Cowherd’s Son In Tamil Nadu Clears NEET, Seeks Financial Help To Study


    Cowherd’s Son In Tamil Nadu Clears NEET, Seeks Financial Assist To Research Study

    Cowherd's Son In Tamil Nadu Clears NEET, Seeks Financial Help To Study

    Jeevithkumar thanked his instructors for help in enrolling at a training centre for NEET preparation.


    A cowherd’s kid in Tamil Nadu cleared this year’s National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), topping the list of students from federal government schools in the nation who took the coveted exam for admission to undergraduate medical courses.

    However, due to financial restrictions, Jeevithkumar, the kid of a cowherd and a Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee (MGNREGA) employee from Theni district of Tamil Nadu, said he might not be able to pursue the course.

    He was a trainee of the Government Design Greater Secondary School at Silvarpatti, Periyakulam and has actually scored 664 marks out of total 720 in his 2nd effort of taking the assessment.

    Jeevithkumar stated he might not have the ability to pursue the medical education as the costs of even the federal government colleges is beyond his household’s reach.

    ” It wasn’t my aim to end up being a physician, however I tried it because the examination was really hard to break. Now I wish to pursue MBBS course, however my family would not be able to pay the costs for even federal government colleges, let alone a personal one. I wish to request people to assist me pursue my research studies,” he said.

    He also thanked his instructors at his school for their guidance and help in enrolling at a training institute for NEET preparation.

    ” Last year, I wrote the test only to realise how tough it was. I prepared to write it again and my instructors assisted me in signing up with a NEET training and this time I was able to score 664 marks that made me the national topper among federal government school students across the nation,” he added.

    Jeevithkumar’s mom, Parameshwari, who is a MGNREGA worker, revealed joy at her kid’s success and thanked his teachers for their aid and assistance. “Jeevith’s school and teachers played a significant function in making sure that he had the ability to enroll in a year-long training class. Jeevith was the first in our household to score high marks in Class 10 and12 We enjoy with how well he has done and it seems like he has currently become a doctor,” she said.

    The National Screening Agency had actually stated the NEET 2020 results on Friday.

    ( the heading, this story has actually not been released by Essential India News personnel and is released from a syndicated feed.).


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