Gumsini resident Premshankar Verma of Rabidaspuram has to learn the spirit of teaching girls. The eldest daughter runs a small tea shop in Panki and studies engineering. Youngest daughter Kanchan will now study medicine. Its category rank in NEET 2020 is 442.
Kanchan Verma All India Rank 22305 But the division of rank is good. With this, they have every hope of getting admission in any good medical college in the country based on NIT’s All India ranking. Kanchan said he wants to enter KGMU. Based on this rank, there is hope that he will be able to study medical here.
The dream of becoming a doctor
Kanchan says that Shivaji has passed the Inter examination from Inter College. I had a dream of becoming a doctor from the beginning, so I got ready. I worked day and night. The reconsideration was enough once the lockdown was received. Continuing to keep in touch with the new light, the preparations started well We are hopeful that the first place will be good now our dream of becoming a doctor will be fulfilled.
The sister also encouraged
Kanchan’s elder sister is doing engineering from NIT. Kanchan said he got a lot of encouragement from his sister. Father and mother Rai Sakhi Verma are always worried about our studies. This success was achieved through his prayers.
Do not compromise with the education of daughters
Kanchan’s father Premshankar Verma said that despite his poor economic condition, he did not compromise on his daughters’ education. With the ability to go home from a small tea shop, he never hesitated to teach girls. He explained that two of his colleagues helped him financially with his studies. This success was possible.
Son Walid Taylor illuminated the name
Mehtab Alam’s son Aftab Alam has also achieved success. His rank is 11302. Aftab says that somewhere up to 116,000 will be admitted from the net rank. His wish is to be admitted in KGMU. Aftab, a resident of Chaubapur, was studying at his grandmother’s house in Kidwai Nagar. Her father is a tailor and lives in poverty. Aftab has passed the inter examination with 86 percent marks from Sapne Public School in Chaubapur. This was his second attempt. Mother Tanvir Fatima worked day and night for her son’s education. At last the prayers came.