510 students of West Bengal’s Al-Ameen Mission qualify NEET

According to Al-Ameen Mission, at least 500 to 550 students would have the option to study medicine among them. The majority of them are from the state's most impoverished districts. Murshidabad has 139 candidates, while Malda has 89.

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510 students of West Bengal’s Al-Ameen Mission qualify NEET

More than 500 students from the Al-Ameen Mission’s 70 branches in West Bengal have passed the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test this year (NEET). Touhid Murshid, a student from the Malda district of the state, came up on top with 690 points (All India Ranking 472). Nearly 1,800 students took the NEET exam this year. According to Al-Ameen Mission, at least 500 to 550 students would have the option to study medicine among them. The majority of them are from the state’s most impoverished districts. Murshidabad has 139 candidates, while Malda has 89.

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510 students of West Bengal’s Al-Ameen Mission qualify NEETApart from them, 50 students come from the South 24 Parganas, 50 from Birbhum, 33 from the North 24 Parganas, 25 from Budwan, 24 from Nadia, 16 from Uttar Dinajpur, 15 from Dakshin Dinajpur, 13 from Howrah, 12 from Hoogly, 11 from Bankura, 10 from East Midnapore, 8 from Coochbehar, 7 from West Midnapore, 3 from Kolkata, 2 from Purulia, 3.

Al-Ameen Mission, based in Howrah, is recognized with graduating around 3500 doctors (MBBS and BDS) and 3000 engineers, as well as a large number of researchers, administrative officers, instructors, and professors. Mr. Nurul Islam created the organization, which now operates 70 coaching institutes in 20 West Bengal districts.

The organization includes around 3000 professors and non-teaching employees who teach 17,000 residential students. The Al-Ameen Mission’s main campus is in Khalatpur (Udaynarayanpur), in the Howrah district of West Bengal.

Currently, the Mission provides half-free studentships to 6838 students (40 percent) and full-free studentships to 4257 students (25 percent).”The majority of Al Ameen Mission NEET students come from very impoverished families and come from the lower portions of society. Nurul Islam told Muslim Mirror, “We foster their talent, enhance their intelligence, and offer them with a decent environment so that they can come out with their best.”

“To attain our goal and perform our part in nation-building, we use Zakat and Sadaqah funds.” “We implore community people to join us in our efforts,” Islam said.

510 students of West Bengal’s Al-Ameen Mission qualify NEETSource –  Muslim Mirror

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