Jaipur: Prince Choudhary, a resident of a nondescript village in Barmer district, has secured fifth rank in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET), the result of which was announced on Monday. He scored 686 marks out of 720 with a percentile score of 99.999606. Prince attributes his success to a strict discipline in studies.
Prince belongs to Dhorimana village in Barmer district, located on the Indo Pak boarder. His father Ramaram Chaudhary runs a medical store in the village, while his mother is a housewife. He is the only son. His younger sister is eight year old.
Not only the family members, but the villagers also celebrated Prince’s success. They said that the boy has created history by being featured on the merit list for such a tough examination.
Prince was a coaching student at a private coaching center in Kota. He had been staying in Kota since he completed his secondary education.
Speaking to the media persons after the results were announced, he said that he never missed his classes and used to study at least six hours a day.
He added that revisions made his basics very strong. “I would revise the chapters that I read in the past. It would keep me updated,” said Prince sharing his success formula. He said that had he given the answer to just one more question currently, he would have scored second rank in the country.
Prince aspires to get into AIIMS. More than 13 lakh students had appeared in the NEET-2018 exam which was conducted at 2255 examination centers across the country on May 6.
First published: June 4, 2018