“ALLEN Career Institute has yet again created history with its classroom students acquiring top 3 All India positions in the prestigious National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2016.” It is worth mentioning that previously, ALLEN’s Classroom students had bagged top 3 positions in the most prestigious engineering entrance examination of the country that is JEE Advanced 2016. With this, ALLEN has become the only institute to grab such success in the country in both the prestigious examinations.
According to Sh. Brajesh Maheshwari, Director, ALLEN Career Institute, the results of NEET were released on Tuesday 16th August 2016. As soon as the results were announced, a wave of excitement and happiness spread across the institute. All India Rank 1 was grabbed by ALLEN Kota classroom student Het Shah. Het, who has been a student in Kota since last 2 years, cracked this entrance to MBBS Undergraduate courses along with his 12th class. 2nd AIR Ekansh Goyal also has been coached in Kota since past 2 years and has registered this success with his class 12th. The All India Rank 3 was acquired by Nikhil Bajiya, who along with the above two, has been a classroom student at ALLEN. 4th Rank was bagged by ALLEN’s distance learning student Ashank Khaitan. Amongst other students of ALLEN, Dwiti Shah grabbed the 6th position, Japnoor Kaur stood 7th and Utkarsh Anand acquired 10th All India Rank.
Previously, the 3 toppers had also proved their excellence as per the results of AIIMS 2016, Het Sanjay Shah has also grabbed 4th All India Rank in it, with Nikhil Bajiya 2nd AIR and Ekansh Goyal acquired 9th position. Dwiti Shah stood at 6th position in AIIMS too.
Along with the results, the range of cut off marks was also released according to which 171329 students in General Category scored between 685 and 145 marks, 175226 students scored between 678 to 118 under OBC category, 47183 students under ST category with marks from 595 to 118 and 15710 students scored between 599 to 118 marks under SC category.
Similarly, in the physically handicapped category, 437 general class students scored between 474 to 131 marks, 597 students from OBC scored between 510 and 118, 143 students scored between 415 and 118 and 36 students in SC category scored between 339 to 118.