The data says that the state has achieved 68.80% success rate and was only behind Haryana which got 72%.
Figures say that 95,752 candidates had appeared in the examination and 65,758 aspirants met the cut-off mark. This resulted in 68.68% success rate for the state. Interestingly, national topper Soyeb Aftab, who had appeared in NEET exam in Kota, was shown as a top ranker from Odisha in state toppers’ list.
It clears that the astonishing result of the state is not entirely due to coaching students who come from outside, but the overwhelming majority of them are domicile students from the state. Experts have commented that the majority of the success in the state is from schools affiliated to the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education.
The 4th rank in NEET Vineet Sharma of Dausa has studied from RBSE affiliated school in his native town and in his interviews confessed that syllabus has helped him in scoring well over lakhs of students even without any coaching.
Stamping the premise, the state board students are shining in the NEET results, an NGO ‘5o villagers Sewa Sansthan’ based in Barmer.
Founder of ‘5o villagers Sewa Sansthan’, an NGO in Barmer, Dr Bharat Saran, who is a medical officer in government medical college, has claimed that all his 45 students appeared in the examination have qualified in the NEET examination. “Our best score was 605 and out of 45 qualified students, 11 of them will study in the government medical colleges,” said an elated Saran.
Surprising part of the NGO is open for those students who are enrolled in government schools. “They should be a resident of either a hamlet or a village. The whole idea is we have limited resources and we would like to spend on those who required the most,” said Saran.
Kota coaching majors say that their success stories have been bringing a change across the state.
Nitesh Sharma, a media manager at coaching major, said Kota has been attracting students from the length and breadth of the state.
“We are amazed to see the number of students has been increasing far and wide from the remote corners of the state. From a helmet on the border areas to the socio economically backward villages in the Mewat areas, students are coming to Kota for coaching,” said Sharma.
He supported the arguments with the empirical evidences. “In the past, we have seen success from students belonging to poorest economic background, including children of MGNREGA labourers,” said Sharma.
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