NEET results 2020: As many as 190 students belonging to SC and ST classes finding out in numerous social and tribal welfare residential colleges of Telangana fought their means out of poverty and social backwardness to safe ranks within the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate programs, results of which had been declared by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday.
According to official figures, as many as 162 SC students belonging to institutions being run by Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Society (TSWREI) bagged ranks within the NEET. Of them, 102 are more likely to get admission into medical schools and the remaining 60 are anticipated to get into dental schools, as per the earlier yr’s cut-off mark.
Similarly, 48 ST students from the universities run by Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TTWREIS) additionally secured ranks within the NEET. Of them, 30 students are anticipated to get seats in MBBS programs and others in Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).
Senior IPS officer Dr R S Praveen Kumar, who’s heading these social welfare and tribal welfare institutions, stated having come from poorer sections of the society, it’s a large achievement for these students. “Their parents are from socially and economically underprivileged sections, eking out their livelihood as beedi workers, small farmers, agricultural labourers, road-side tea sellers, vegetable vendors, auto drivers, housemaids, watchmen and peons etc,” he identified.
He congratulated the toppers and stated your complete credit score goes to academics for his or her arduous work and going an extra-mile in fulfilling the aspirations of underprivileged students.
For instance, Dejavath Girija, a tribal lady from a distant hamlet from Wanaparthy district, secured All India rank of 85 within the ST category and is more likely to get admission into All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
“I have no words to describe my happiness. It has been my dream to be a doctor since my school days and it has come true today. My parents live in a tribal hamlet and struggling day in and day out to make a living as labourers. I got long-term intensive coaching for NEET under Operation Emerald programme. I want become a cardiac surgeon and make a difference in the lives of poor people,” Girija stated.
G Abhilash, who secured 168 All India rank in SC category stated his mother and father had been the happiest folks to see me as a health care provider. “I have got free coaching under Operation Blue Crystal long-term NEET coaching programme and I am thankful to chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for the same,” he stated.
Abhilash acquired contaminated with Covid-19, just a few days earlier than the NEET. But that didn’t dampen his spirits. “I continued my studies in self-quarantine days and achieved the success,” he stated.
Dr Kumar stated under the federal government’s KG-PG Mission, each social and tribal welfare students have been sustaining a profitable streak with a quantum leap in shifting from nondescript villages/tribal hamlets to the nation’s premier medical schools, an indication socio-economic progress within the state of Telangana.
He thanked state minister for social welfare Koppula Eshwar and minister for tribal welfare Satyavati Rathod for his or her fixed help to the students and serving to them obtain the success in NEET.
State minister for info know-how Okay T Rama Rao congratulated the students of social welfare and tribal welfare institutions for his or her stupendous efficiency within the NEET.