Kota is a city where students and parents from all over the country come with a lot of dreams. Someone aspires to become a doctor, someone wishes to become an engineer. When the dreams that they have been seeing for years get fulfilled, the happiness can be seen in their eyes. The was the spectacle seen on Saturday at ALLEN career Institute when the country’s future doctors were honored on Victory Celebration of AIIMS and NEET 2017, the 2 largest medical entrance examinations of the country and ALLEN PNCF division. The students and their parents grooved with joy as they rejoiced on the amazing success in their respective competitions. In the program organized at ALLEN Satyarth Campus located at Jawahar Nagar, rewards worth Rs. 2 crore was given to the students. The students were honored by ALLEN family’s Matushree Krishna Devi Mandhana, Directors Sh Govind Maheshwari, Sh Rajesh Maheshwari, Sh Naveen Maheshwari and Sh Brajesh Maheshwari.
Started with ALLEN Prayer, the program witnessed spectacular and entertaining performances by the institute’s faculties, senior officials and students. The performances included a Yoga, solo song presentation, drama, ALLEN’s journey, and group performances in dance drama. Apart from this, Nishita Purohit, the All India Topper in AIIMS, presented Garba. In the end, fashion shows and Maharas were organized which the members of the ALLEN Family were seen enjoying with the students and their parents. In addition to cultural presentations, a series of honors for students also continued. On this occasion, director Brajesh Maheshwari said that “by bringing 10 out of 10 ranks in AIIMS, ALLEN has once again proved its superiority in the prestigious entrance examinations of the nation. Offering a better education and a good atmosphere to students is paramount for us at ALLEN Career Institute. We want that every student coming to the Kota gets his/her dreams fulfilled and ALLEN contributes to their success in every possible manner.
‘Gudri ke Lal’ honored
The program also rewarded talented students of poor families coming from the rural areas who have done good in the national competition fighting their adverse circumstances and are now ready to enter medical colleges. The first award in this category was given to the student Rupa Yadav. Rupa was married at the age of 8. This child bride did not leave her studies even though she had to face quiet a lot of challenges. While studying, she got good marks in the NEET. Rupa secured 2612 rank at all India level and category rank 658. In the same way, Champalal, son of the artisan father of Jalore, was also honored for receiving the 143rd rank in SC category. Both students will be given scholarships by the ALLEN Career Institute every month during the course of the next four years of their MBBS studies under the scheme of “Gudri ke Lal Scholarship.”
Topper Nishita receives Rs 21 Lac
In the Victory Function, Nishita Purohit, the classroom coaching student of ALLEN who topped All India in AIIMS was given a reward of Rs 21 lac. Along with her, Archit Gupta, All India 2nd rank holder in AIIMS and NEET, was rewarded with Rs 11 Lac, Manish Mulchandani AIR 3 in NEET 2017- 5 lac, Abhishek Dogra AIR 5 in NEET, Kanish Tayal AIR 7 in NEET and Tanish Bansal AIR 10 in NEET were felicitated with Rs 3 Lac each along with Harsh Agarwal on AIR 5 and Harshit Anand on AIR 7 in AIIMS. Chhavi Rajawat who stood on AIR 17 in NEET 2017 was rewarded with Rs 2 Lac. Apart from this, the Top 50 students in NEET and AIIMS were given prizes of Rs. 1 lac each. In the program, a total of 56 students who stood in top 100 of both the examinations were given 81 lakh 75 thousand. Apart from this, all these students will also receive a monthly scholarship from ALLEN during the course of their MBBS.
Talents from PNCF division rewarded too
In the evening session, the ALLEN Pre-Nurture and Carrier Foundation (PNCF) wing organized their award ceremony at Satyarth campus located in Jawahar Nagar. This event too witnessed beautiful performances by the teachers and the students of the PNCF division. Students who performed best in the Olympiads and National and International competitive examinations were rewarded on the occasion. Ten students were given prizes of one lakh each. Among them are Adarsh Shah, Akhil Jain, Ayushmann Tripathi, Dhyey Sankalp Gandhi, Gaurang Dev, Hiya Kawatra, Mudita Goyal, Nishant Abhangi, Niyati Mehta, Rajdeep Singh Dhingra and Stuti Khandelwal. Apart from this, the students who have qualified for different Olympiad stages were rewarded with cash prizes of Rs. 5100 and Rs. 2100.