Allen's 30 students in top-100 ranks in NEET
Chandigarh: 2023 ALLEN students have proved their excellence in the results of the country's biggest medical entrance exam, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG)-2023. Five students of ALLEN have made it to the top-20 AIR Ranks of NEET UG 2023.
Dr. Brajesh Maheshwari, Chairman, ALLEN Career Institute Pvt Ltd said that ALLEN's Parth Khandelwal has secured All India Rank-10 by scoring 715 marks. With this, Parth has topped Rajasthan. Shashank Kumar got All India Rank 14 by scoring 715 marks and has topped Bihar State. Shubham Bansal has secured AIR-16 and topped Uttar Pradesh by scoring 715 marks. Arnab Pati has secured All India Rank-19 with 715 marks and Shashank Sinha has secured All India Rank-20 by obtaining 712 marks. In this way, 5 students of ALLEN have secured ranks in Top-20 ranks at All India level. Along with this, 17 students have secured a place in the top-50. There are 30 students in the top-100 from ALLEN. All these students have a score of 705 or above.
Result celebration was done after the result was released on Wednesday. The toppers from ALLEN Campus at Landmark and ALLEN Satyarth Campus at Jawahar Nagar reached among the students and celebrated their success. During this, Allen Faculties also stayed together. When the toppers shared their experiences with the students, the students applauded their success.
Good company leads to good outcomes: Parth Khandelwal NEET - AIR -10 Institute - Allen Career Institute Father - Sudhir Khandelwal, Businessman (Dry Fruits), Jaipur Mother - Ritu Khandelwal, Homemaker 10th Class - 95.6 per cent 12th Class - 90.6 per cent Parth Khandelwal, a classroom student of Allen for the past 3 years, has obtained a score of 715 in NEET and achieved an All India Rank 10. Parth believes that everything will be good for you if you have good company. I have found good friends, faculties, and a supportive family at Allen. My elder sister, Jhanvi Khandelwal, inspires me as she was also an Allen student and is currently pursuing MBBS from SMS Jaipur. Parth mentioned that hard work and consistency are the keys to success. I used to go to Allen at 10 in the morning and stay there until 10 at night. I received excellent support from the faculties there. I don't study according to a fixed schedule. Whenever I had not spent enough time on a particular topic, I would start studying it. Talking to friends refreshes me; sometimes, we discuss subjects, and sometimes we have fun and laughter, which recharges me. I am an NTSE scholar with an overall rank of 33 in Stage-1. I secured Rank 1 in STSE. Biology is my strong subject, which is why I decided to appear for NEET. I get motivated by my failures. There was one exam where my percentage was low. After scoring the lowest, I made a resolution to work even harder, and since then, I never let my score go down. I aspire to pursue MBBS from AIIMS, Delhi, specialising in neurology or cardiology.
Self-control is the greatest strength: Shashank Kumar NEET – AIR- 14 Institute - Allen Career Institute Father - Uday Kumar, Regional Manager, Ubicure Pharmaceuticals. Mother - Vandana Kumari, Lecturer at Government College 10th class - 99 per cent 12th class - 96.4 per cent Shashank Kumar, a student of Allen's classroom, has achieved an All India Rank 14 in NEET. Shashank, belonging to a family originally from the Nawada district of Bihar, believes that his greatest strength is self-control. After the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of smartphones increased, and I didn't even realize that I started using it excessively, which wasted my time. When I did self-analysis, I started weekly report analysis. Since then, I only use it for one hour. I follow the guidance of my parents and Allen faculties. Their advice gives me magical results. Whenever I am troubled or in a dilemma, I talk to my mom and dad and follow what they say. Which indeed gets me good results. I practice pranayama for about 45 minutes every day. It makes me feel relaxed. I scored 99 per cent in 10th class ICSE Board and 96.4 per cent in 12th class CBSE Board. Now I want to pursue MBBS from AIIMS, New Delhi, and then I want to go into surgery. I always see myself as a surgeon, which is why I want to go into cardiology or neurology. My father, Uday Kumar, is a regional manager in Ubicure Pharmaceuticals. My mother, Vandana Kumari, is a lecturer at a government college. I am an NTSE scholar.