53 Students acquired positions amongst TOP AIR Overall 100
Kota coaching industry never seizes to prove that it is the best for any student preparing for competitions. After bear share in IIT JEE and AIIMS 2017, ALLEN Career Institute has yet again proved that it is the dream destination for any student aspiring for Pre Medical Preparation, with the recently announced results of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2017. Total 51062 students secure position between cut-off marks released by CBSE.
After getting delayed time and again, the NEET results were finally announced on Friday, 23 rd June on the official website of Central Board of Secondary Education in which the institute has grabbed a major share in the Top Ranks of the nation. According to Sh. Brajesh Maheshwari, Director, ALLEN Career Institute, 6 students of ALLEN have acquired positions amongst the All India Top 10 and 12 in National Top 20, out of which 9 are from Classroom and 3 from Distance Learning Program. Where 53 ALLEN students acquired positions in TOP All INDIA RANK OVERALL 100. “Our classroom student from ALLEN Indore, Archit Gupta bagged the All India Rank 2 nd in NEET after being the 2 nd rank holder in AIIMS this year. Other students are Manish Mulchandani from classroom on AIR 3, Abhishek Dogra from classroom on AIR 5, Kanishh Tayal (CCP) at AIR 7, Aryan Raj Singh (DLP) at Air 9 and Tanish Bansal (CCP) who grabbed All India 10 th position in the prestigious medical entrance examination. Nishita Purohit from Kota classroom, who was the All India topper of AIIMS, stood at 11 th position on the All India Level, followed by Anuj Gupta (DLP) with AIR 13, AIR 15 Harshit Anand (CCP), AIR 16 Harsh Agrawal (CCP), AIR 17 Chavi Harkawat (CCP) and Vanishka Arora on AIR 20 (DLP) as per the results complied so far.”
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2017 was conducted on May 7 th by Central Board of Secondary Education for admissions to the Under Graduate MBBS/BDS Courses in India in Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
6,11,739 students have cleared the medical entrance examination. Along with the results, the range of cut off marks was also released according to which 543473 students in General Category scored between 697 and 131 marks, 47382 students scored between 130 to 107 under OBC category, 14599 students under SC category with marks from 130 to 107 and 6018 students in ST category scored between 130-107. Similarly, in the physically handicapped category, 67 general class students scored between 130 to 118 marks, 152 students from OBC scored between 130 and 107, 38 students scored between 130 and 107 in SC category and 10 students in ST category scored between 130 to 107.