New Delhi: Shaheen Group of Institutions has decided to provide Rs 5 Crores Scholarship for Long term NEET repeaters for this academic year said Dr. Abdul Qadeer in a Press Conference held at Press Club of India, Delhi. Parents are in financial distress because of floods and Coronavirus. We have decided to provide Rs 5 Crores Scholarships to the poor students in view of the success of obtaining AIR 9 & 1st Rank in Karnataka in NEET-2020 results. Scholarships will be offered at all branches of the country said Dr. Abdul Qadeer ( Chairman, Shaheen Group). Preference will be given to Hindi & Urdu medium students of North India Students will be awarded a scholarship based on marks obtained by NEET.
More than two thousand students are expected to benefit from the scholarship. Students who have lost their parents due to Coronavirus will be provided with the NEET training for free, he added. Students can register for free on the website and take advantage of the scholarship. November 15 is the last day to register for the long-term NEET Repeater. For more information contact the toll free number 18001216235. More than 15 thousand students are studying at the Shaheen Education Institute, which began 32 years ago with 16 children. There are a total of 42 branches throughout the country including Karnataka said Dr. Qadeer. The institution has garnered the attention of the nation through quality education in PUC, CET, and NEET results. Karthik Reddy and Arbaaz Ahmed Who have secured the first and third place for the state in this NEET examination also spoke on the occasion.
Shaheen Student Mohd Anas spoke on the occasion and said I belong to Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, studying in Shaheen PU College, Bidar scored 663 marks in NEET-2020 UG and secured a free medical seat in the country’s top medical college under the government quota.
I hail Hail from a poor farmer’s family. I passed the Class X examination in 2012 and passed with 67%. In 11th class, I scored 69% and 60.2% in Class XII. After that, I took admission in B.Sc and achieved 59% in BSc 2nd year, 57% marks in the third year. The dream of becoming doctor was always running on my mind in spite of completing my Bachelor’s. To fulfill this dream, I again attended the classes along with the students of 11th & 12th.
During the year of 2015, he met a graduate student from Shaheen Institutions in my native place and got all the information about Shaheen Group and its educational system.
In 2015, I wrote the Medical Entrance Exam AIPMT and scored 180 marks and 209 in NEET-2016. In 2017, I scored 330 but couldn’t qualify for the top Medical College. So, I again wrote the exam in 2018 in which I scored 333 and 531 in 2019 marks, but still, I did not secure a medical seat in any Medical College in North India.
So, again I wrote NEET in 2020 and scored 663 marks securing a free government medical seat. We are happy to serve Muhammad Anas in our institution and pray for his success said Dr. Abdul Qadeer.