KPS Kadma boy scores AIR 135
Jamshedpur, June 4: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday announced the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) result at around 12.30 pm. Pranjal Prasun of Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Bokaro scored AIR 75. He got 660 marks out of 720. Pranjal attributed his success to parents and school teachers.
Pranjal’s mother Dr. Anjali Aawa is a divisional medical officer (DMO) at Bokaro general hospital while father Shailendra is a senior advocate at Jharkhand High Court.
Jamshedpur boy Mohit Das, a student of Kerala Public School, Kadma scored AIR 135.
Pranjal Prasun didn’t used whatsapp or other social networking sites and with full dedication and hardwork cleared the NEET exam.
Later, talking to the media, Pranjal, said, ‘It is due to my mother that I got interested in the medical field and started preparation from class 8. My parents supported me a lot and always pushed me to follow my dreams and my mom is my ideal. I want to become a doctor and serve the people of my country’.
Bokaro boy further said that my parents never forced me to study and always encouraged me. I like cricket a lot and reading poems but gave minimum of six hours to study on a daily basis.
Several candidates learnt about the result a bit later as CBSE had earlier announced that the results will be declared on June 5.
Several of the coaching institutes of Jamshedpur saw rush of candidates after the results were declared. Students after knowing about their AIR were in a dilemma as to which college they will land up in and whether they will get admission into MBBS course. Students also sought information about the last year rank holders and in which college they were admitted.
This year total of 15,337 students registered for NEET from Jharkhand of which 14.838 students appeared for the exam at 27 centres in the state and 9,039 students qualified. This meant 60.91% students cleared the exam from Jharkhand and the percentage of the state is better the national average of 56.26% but when it comes to top rankers Jharkhand is lying behind.
Along with the result, the board also released the cut off marks for this year. For unreserved category, the cut off this year is 119 marks while for reserved categories the cut off is 96 marks. Bihar Girl Kalpana Kumari has emerged as the All India Topper in the NEET exam this year. Kalpana Kumari has scored 691 marks out of 720 in the exam which was held on May 6, 2018.
The test was conducted in 136 cities in 11 languages across India.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay the announcement of CBSE NEET Results 2018. Shortly after the development, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared CBSE NEET Result 2018 on Monday, June 4, 2018