Anil secured 700 marks in NEET-2020 and got 77th rank in All India.
- Anil got inspiration from cousin doing MBBS
- Lockdown came as an opportunity, a lot of preparation
Anil, who studied in Allen from Kota, has got All India 77th rank by scoring 700 marks in NEET-2020. Due to financial constraints, aunty got a job in hostel and nephew also taught the flag of success after studying for four whole years. With this, Anil’s father Ramswaroop and mother Kamala Devi’s dream of getting their child to study in medical college were fulfilled. Anil wants to do something for the society and the country by becoming a doctor.
Father plowing the fields of others
Hailing from Bissau town of Jhunjhunu district in Rajasthan, Anil’s father plows in other fields. The mother gives his hand. Anil lives in a joint family. Meera Devi is also Anil’s aunt and aunt. Anil’s mother could not come to Kota with him due to the responsibility of the joint family and two daughters.
Anil got inspiration from brother Ashok
Earlier, Meera’s son Ashok also prepared for coaching by staying in Kota and got success. Ashok is a MBBS Final Year Student at SMS Medical College Jaipur. Anil was in class 9 when Ashok was selected.
With Anil’s parents.
The father wanted Anil to go to Kota and become a doctor after studying. When there was talk of living and eating in Kota, the father did not understand how it would be possible. Meanwhile, Meera, who was already in Kota for her son Ashok, came forward and asked Anil to go and study in Kota. He got a job in the hostel here and kept Ashok with him.
Waiting for the age of 17 for two years
Anil said that he came to Kota in the year 2016. Scored 93 percent in class 10 and 87 percent in class 12. In 2018, he passed the 12th standard, but even then he could not appear in the NEET exam, as it is necessary to be 17 years of age to join NEET. So had to wait two years. In these two years, he worked hard.
Lockdown came as an opportunity
Anil said that his wait ended in 2020 and now the parents’ dream is going to come true. The wait of two years after 12th was quite long. As soon as the year 2020 came, there was a lockdown due to Corona.
He was fully prepared but the exam slipped further. This led to a lot of trouble but Allen’s faculty mobilized and made full use of the lockdown. Due to repeated revisions of the syllabus, Dout came forward. Which were solved with the help of faculty.
The Allen Career Institute made a large concession in fees considering the financial status of Anil’s family. Only registration fee was charged from Anil. Due to concession in fees up to 90 percent, the financial burden on the family was also low and Anil could study better.
Naveen Maheshwari, director of the Allen Career Institute, said that the success of such students is a real success. We feel very happy when the children of village-poor families come to Kota and their families’ dreams are fulfilled. Alan is always ready to help such talents and will continue to be helped in the future.