Shoaib Aftab

Shoaib Aftabter NEET 2020 TOPPER:


The National Testing Agency has released the results of the NEET Exam 2020 on Friday.  The special thing of about result is that this year, Shoaib Aftab of Odisha has created history by bringing 100 percent marks.  No candidate has ever appeared in the history of NEET.  Shoaib has topped the score by getting 720 out of 720.  Not only has Shoaib set this record by scoring 100 percent marks, he has also become the first topper of Odisha to pass the NEET exam.  Let us know that the candidates who had given the NEET exam can now check their results by going to the official website ntaneet.nic.in.

NEET examination result for medical studies was released on Friday.  This year’s NEET examination has been won by Shoaib Aftab, a resident of Odisha.  18-year-old odisha boy Shoaib Aftab has created history by scoring 720 out of 720.  Shoaib Aftab has become the first student from Odisha to have secured the first position in this examination.

Shoaib Aftab, who got 100 per cent marks, took coaching from an institute located in Kota, Rajasthan.  Explain that this year the examination was conducted amidst the shadow of global epidemic corona virus.  The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted this examination on 13 September.  About 14 lakh students participated in it.

On this success, Shoaib said that there is no doctor in my family, so I did not expect it.  I expected my name to be in the top 100 or top 50 but did not expect to get 720 out of 720.  This examination was postponed, due to this the pressure was also considerable.  My goal was to remain calm and make good use of time.

Second place participants from Maharashtra

– 79,974 participants from Maharashtra have passed the exam

– National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was conducted on 13 September with stringent precautionary measures in the midst of Kovid-19 epidemic.

From this year, 13 All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Jawaharlal Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Puducherry, MBBS course seats will also be entered through NEET.

– This change has been made under the National Medical Commission Act-2019 passed by the Parliament last year.

This time NEET exam was conducted in 11 languages ​​- English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

According to preliminary report, 77 percent of the candidates took the exam in English language.

– 12 percent candidates took the exam in Hindi language

– 11 percent students in other languages ​​took the exam

– NEET exam deferred twice this year due to covid-19 epidemic

– To save the academic session from zero, the government decided to conduct the exam despite opposition from a class

A total of 15.97 lakh candidates had registered for the NEET 2020 examination.

– About 90 percent of the students had given the exam

This year, more than 14.37 lakh candidates appeared in the NEET examination held on 13 September despite the corona epidemic.

– Due to being in the Containment Zone, the students who were not able to take the exam were re-organized on October 14.

– There was a slight delay in the result.

– Successful candidates in this examination will get admission in MBBS and BDS courses in government and private medical colleges of the country.

Education Minister expressed happiness after Neet’s result

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank expressed happiness after the NEET result and said, “To conduct the progress of students and ensure a better future, these examinations were very important.”  Nishank has congratulated the NTA for better conduct of the examination.  He said, “Due to the hard work of all the people, the successful conduct of the examination and the timely results have been released. Due to the Kovid epidemic, an attempt was made to spoil the atmosphere regarding the conduct of the examination across the country, but due to better determination and will  Not only has a year of students been saved, but there will be no hindrance in the study anywhere in the country and abroad.

It was necessary to conduct these examinations for future

Union Education Minister Nishank said, “Due to the global disaster Kovid-19, the academic and academic world of the whole world was being affected widely. In the current situation, we did not see getting relief from this disease soon.  It was necessary to organize these examinations for better future of students.

Conducting this exam was nothing short of a challenge

The Union Education Minister said, “The Chief Ministers of the states also provided administrative help in conducting the examination and supported the adverse situation. On the other hand, conducting this examination by following the lockdown across the country was nothing short of a challenge. Organizing these examinations  While the students survived a year of wastage, there will no longer be any hurdle in students’ qualification, credibility, scholarship, award, placement and acceptance of admission to any university in the world and better future-building. “

Explain that despite all the opposition, the Education Minister organized the NEET.  The opposition had started politics on this too, but Neet was organized irrespective of all the protests.

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