meghan: NEET results: Two Karnataka boys bag all-India 5th rank | Bengaluru News – Times of India


BENGALURU: Two students from Karnataka — Jashan Chhabra and Meghan HK — have bagged the fifth all-India rank at the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) 2021, scoring 715 out of 720 marks.
The National Testing Agency on Monday evening shared scorecards with students via email and the result is now available onneet.nta.nic.in. Jashan is from Mangaluru and Meghan from Pramati Hill View Academy, Mysuru. Meghan had created history by topping all streams in the CET — engineering, Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences, agriculture, veterinary science and pharmacy.
“I had expected a rank in the top 10 and knew that I will score 715 after checking the answer keys,” he told TOI. Meghan said his parents — who are educators —set him on the right path of preparation. “They made sure no obstacle could bother me. The pandemic was challenging and it was difficult to maintain discipline initially. But my teachers encouraged me to speak to them a lot, asked me to make a schedule and work in that direction,” he said.
When Meghan had topped the CET exams, he had shared with TOI that though he was happy with the results and was aspiring to become a doctor and awaiting the NEET results. “One college that I had dreamed of joining is AIIMS, New Delhi. For now, I hope to pursue oncology but I have heard that students change their course during their internship phase,” he said.
In addition to helping people, he also likes to comfort them and make them feel comfortable. Meghan studied for 10 hours a day but did not compromise on his hobbies. “I advise other aspirants to plan their day, week and month. The journey towards the exam is a marathon and must be built step-by-step. There will be many frustrating moments but talk to people you are close to and compete with yourself,” he said.
Jashan, who completed his XIIth from Mount Carmel Central School in Mangaluru, said he studied for the love of the subjects which made his preparations a breeze. “There were hiccups due to the pandemic. But my love for the subjects and support from my mother made it easy,” Jashan said. “I joined Aakash Institute where I prepared for the exams during Class XI and XII. The focused preparation helped me crack it,” he said.
Sinchana Lakshmi with 658 marks topped the list of girl (PwD) candidates. While Harshitha Gangadharappa Negalu bagged fourth place, Shaiksha Nayaka BP stood eighth in the list of ST toppers. Other students from the state in the top 100 are Varun Aditya and KV Pranav from Sri Chaitanya Techno School Marathahalli and JP Nagar, respectively.

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