NEET result 2017: 6 toppers from Kota, coaching industry rejoices
Last Updated: February 1, 2018, 5:48 pm
Jaipur: Kota has once again lived up to its reputation as the best coaching hub in the country. Six toppers are from Kota. They have grabbed 2, 3, 5, 7 and 9 ranks in NEET 2017, results of which were announced on Friday. The story of Archit Gupta and Manish Moolchandani who grabbed 2nd and 3rd ranks is quite motivating. They are the best friends and stayed together in paying guest facility in Kota. Both were not at good terms when they were studying in a school together in Class 11. The competition between them was such that they would not talk to each-other. Teachers had to intervene and persuaded them to become friends. They told the duo that their competition was against students across the country, not with each-other. The relationship then improved and both started exchanging study notes. Archit Gupta had received 2nd All India Rank in AIIMS results with 100 percentile, while Manish had secured 10th rank with 99.997 percentile. Abhishek Dogra who has secured 5th rank in NEET-2017 said that he had secured ninth rank in AIIMS results also. Abhishek hails from Maharasthra. His mother is a BAMS doctor who gave up her practice and stayed with her son in Kota to help him prepare for the exam. Here are the marks of the topper students: 2nd rank - Archit Gupta got 695 marks 3rd rank – Manish Moolchandani got 695 marks 5th rank - Abhishek Dogra got 691 marks 7th rank Kanish Tayal got 691 marks 9th rank - Aryan Raj Singh got 690 marks 10th rank – Tanish Bansal got 685 marks The results was announced after the Supreme Court delivered its judgedemnt on National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) on June 12. CBSE said that the results would be announced by June 26. Nearly 12 lakh students had appeared in the examination for admission in MBBS and BDS colleges. You can check the result by visiting either of the two websites www.cbseresults.nic.in www.cbseneet.nic.in click on the ‘NEET-2017 result’ link and enter your roll number and date of birth.
First published: June 23, 2017