JVM student tops state in NEET with AIR 204 | Ranchi News

Ranchi: Jarubii Akanksha of Jawahar Vidya Mandir (JVM), Shyamli, secured an All India Rank (AIR) of 204 to emerge as the state topper in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2020, the results of which were announced on Friday evening.
Jarubii, who dropped out for a year in preparation of the examination after not securing a good rank in the first attempt, said, “Studying medicine in a top college of the country has been my childhood dream. I am happy with the results now.”
The state topper said there were many critics when she dropped out of studies for a year. “I just remained focused and blocked all de-motivating opinions,” Jarubii said, adding, “Taking coaching from private institutes give a competitive edge. However, it is not essential if one has the right textbooks and the guidance of a good teacher.”
Jarubii had also secured a rank in the first 3,000 in the JEE (Advanced).
The JVM management said a total of 20 of its students, including Sumit Pal, Saumya, Swarnim Aditya, Kanisk Kataria and Shoib Akhtar, qualified for the examination. School principal Samarjit Jana said the result was because of the hard work of both the students and the teachers.
Delhi Public School (DPS) Ranchi said 25 of its students from the current 2019-20 batch cracked NEET in their first attempt.
Among the successful students are Pratik Singh, who became the school topper with AIR 303, and his twin brother Pratyush Singh. Both brothers have the played state-level under-16 cricket tournament. Other students include Anima (AIR 369), Ashima Singh, Shirsh Jaurihar, Rishi Bhakat and Ankit Modi.
School principal Ram Singh congratulated the successful students.
Loyala Convent School Ranchi also said its student Arpit Kumar has succeeded in the examination.
Meanwhile, the state school education and literacy department said 25 students enrolled under its Akanksha 40 programme succeeded in NEET. In addition, five students from previous batches also cracked the exam. Notably, Akanksha 40 is operated by the state government to provide coaching to poor but talented students for competitive examinations. Under the programme, students selected from government schools are provided free education, coaching and accommodation.

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