Pulwama, Dec 9: Two youth from Pulwama has brought laurels to Kashmir by securing over 85 per cent points in the prestigious NEET examination, thus getting admission in top medical college.
Sahil Maqbool a resident of Mitrigam Pulwama and Syed Raif Hamid from Midoora Tral have secured 627 and 639 point out of 720 in the NEET examination 2020.
The duo said their hard work and the proper guidance in Hope classes in Parrypora is the reason for their success.
“After passing the 10th class examination, I joined Hope classes Parrypora where teachers are providing a very competitive environment and individual attention is being given to every student,” Suhail Maqbool said.
After an impressive scores in NEET, Maqbool has got the admission in GMC Srinagar and want to be an endocrinologist.
Syed Raif Hamid also echoed the same voice and attributed his success to teachers of Hope classes Parrypora.
He said that teachers there provide a very friendly environment and the regular classes and mock testing helped him a lot in qualifying the NEET.
“Even during the shutdown, our teachers continue to guide us, it helped me a lot in clearing the examination,” Hamid said—(KNO)