AIIMS MBBS Toppers Are From Same Institute

AIIMS MBBS Toppers Are From Same Institute
AIIMS MBBS Toppers Are From Same Institute

The result of AIIMS MBBS 2017 was announced on Thursday i:e 15th of June and you all will be shocked to know that the top ten scorers in the AIIMS MBBS entrance test were coached from the same institute which is in Kota.

Coaching centres are made for the benefit of students, it sell dreams to million of students in India. It is a formula to crack the country’s tough medical or engineering exams. On Thursday the result of All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) was declared and two institutes were claimed to the top ten rank holders in the MBBS entrance exam. The result was declared near about 2 am on Thursday. And the list of the toppers is also out. The ten toppers are from Kota city which is in Rajasthan and the city is well known as the coaching centre hub of the country with near around 40 odd institutes that admit near about 1.5 lakh students every year.

AIIMS MBBS Result Is Out
AIIMS MBBS Result Is Out

Allen Career Institute which is in Kota, Rajasthan said that the top ten were their students, led by all-India topper Nishita Purohit from Surat in Gujarat. The director of Allen Career Institute, Naveen Maheshwari also revealed the name and positions of the students. He said, Archit Gupta (2) followed by Tamoghna Ghosh, Nipun Chandra, Harsh Agarwal, Rishav Raj, Harshit Anand, Rinku Sarmah, Abhishek Dogra and Manish Moolchandani.

At the same time, the another coaching institute, Aakash Education Services Pvt Ltd (AESPL), also revealed his own list of 11 students who were placed in the top twelve position. An AESPL statement said that “Out of the top 12 ranks, from our classroom programme, Tamoghna Ghosh secured 3rd AIR, Nipun Chandra secured 4th AIR, Harsh Aggarwal secured 5th AIR (classroom+distance), Abhishek Dogra secured 9th AIR”.

AESPL also revealed name of first and second toppers from their institute, Nishant Purohit and Archit Gupta and they both were pursuing distance learning programmes. They also said that Harshit Anand (AIR 7), Rinku Sarmah (AIR 8) and Manish Mulchandani (AIR 10) were also taking distance courses.

The business of coaching classes in India is said to run into crores of rupees with lakhs of students who gets engage with the institute and seek help to crack the competitive exams to secure a seat in one of the best colleges, and that will result to get a well-paying job. The competition all over the India puts students under pressure and because of this reason we see many students doing suicide.

Well, we congratulate all the toppers and wish them to have a great success in their life. For more updates stay connected to our official website. Keep your eyes on Insiderindian.com for the trending news.

Facebook Comments