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Bravo: Truck driver’s son clears NEET 2019, set to join MBBS


Bravo: Truck driver’s son clears NEET 2019, set to join MBBS

“I was unaware how to become a doctor and which test to take. But then I got to know about NEET and went to Kota for coaching. Initially, it was difficult, but I gradually coped up and started securing decent scores. I stayed in Kota for three years and cracked NEET 2019.”

Jaipur: The son of a truck driver Abhishek, a native of Dhaulia village in Pokran tehsil of Jaisalmer district, is all set to join MBBS and become a doctor as he has now cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019.

Abhishek appeared for the NEET examination which is conducted every year for admission to medical and dental colleges at the All-India level. The question paper consisted of 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with total marks of 720 in which Abhishek scored 612. He secured 5,305th rank in the general category.

Abhishek belongs to the low-income group and has non-permanent means of income. His family consists of his parents and a younger brother who lives in Mohangarh. His father is class 8th pass and drives truck owned by his uncle. His mother is illiterate and is a housewife. Abhishek studied in the government school of the village till 8th standard. He secured 73 percent marks in 10th standard and 85 percent marks in the standard 12th             

He was motivated by his uncle to go for medical examination and to take Medicine as a career. He then took admission at Allen Career Institute to prepare for the entrance examination.

Abhishek told the IANS, “I was unaware how to become a doctor and which test to take. But then I got to know about NEET and went to Kota for coaching. Initially, it was difficult, but I gradually coped up and started securing decent scores. I stayed in Kota for three years and cracked NEET 2019.”

The young one wishes to take admission at RNT Medical College Udaipur. However, he desires to become a medical teacher after completing his MBBS to help the students of rural areas.

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  1. In three years of constant grilling, even without KOTA one , whether a truck driver\’s son or a millionaire can crack the knot for a success in academia . But future would real challenging , for which he or she needs more exposure and acumen to react and balance the situation as it comes and that\’s called real success. Hope the present success doesn\’t make him to take everything for granted.

  2. Shagufta perween fake news he ye

  3. Impossible. If he is really a truck drivers son he can never afford 2-3lakh of kota…. Fake news😡😡😡

  4. I have no money to take a coaching

  5. user
    Mukesh Bhasker June 30, 2019, 3:55 pm

    If you have no money then you can read from biomentors online. It is a youtube channel. But it is a regular class. I have also a same type problem therefore I also read from this channel.

  6. This is for That negative person Doc Ixe,
    First of all you dont have any right to become a doctor with such narrow thinking secondly he hasn\’t wasted 3 years but rather he has invested those 3 years for his bright future and yes I personally know a pathologist who enrolled in medical college at the age of 34 and now he is earning well.
    So please stop spreading negativity and if you can\’t encourage people better shut your mouth

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    Abdul samad Burhan June 30, 2019, 10:10 am

    You have misread the commentor
    Many doctors wonder was it worth joining medicine after facing the reality
    The top of the talent joins medicine, the way the society treats you enslaves you; patients, government, judiciary, media- you don\’t have any personal or professional rights. .
    this is what is reflected in the comment. Not on the person getting the seat. If you are from not so sound financial background you end up in government service/ private hospital and vulnerable to abuse. You have to be corrupt to survive