74 students of TMREIS crack NEET 2022

The topper from Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society (TMREIS) is Tahura Masood of TMRJC Ibrahimpatnam. Tahura secured 463 marks and ranked 51278.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  9 Sep 2022 2:34 PM GMT
74 students of TMREIS crack NEET 2022

Hyderabad: Around 74 students of Telangana Minorities Residential Junior Colleges have qualified the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2022. A total of 99 students from 69 junior colleges were coached for NEET-UG 2022.

The topper from Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society (TMREIS) is Tahura Masood of TMRJC Ibrahimpatnam. Tahura secured 463 marks and ranked 51278. "My father is a daily wage earner. Due to acute financial constraints, I couldn't have dreamt of cracking the NEET. The TMREI Society provided me free long-term coaching. I wholeheartedly thank Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao for providing free, intensive, long-term NEET coaching for students like me and fulfilling my dream."

Masood added, "The truth is that I wouldn't have afforded coaching in a private institution considering my family's financial status and my dream would have been shattered if not for the free long-term NEET coaching programme provided by TMREIS." Her goal is to become a doctor and give back to society.







The other toppers from the society are Md. Saifuddin of TMRIC Barkas, Md. Thahar Sharif of TMRIC Barkas, J. Gowtham Raj of TMRJC Barkas, Md. Javeed of TMRJC Barkas, Md. Rayan Uddin of TMRJC Barkas, Md. Abraar Hussain of TMRJC Barkas, Vijay Kumar of TMRJC Barkas, Esvaran Kumar of TMRIC Barkas, Rachith Kumar of TMRJC Barkas, and K. Rambabu of TMRJC Barkas.

Koppula Eshwar, Telangana minister for minorities welfare, and A.K Khan, advisor to the state government and minorities welfare and president of TMREIS congratulated the students for their outstanding performance and for securing MBBS and BDS seats. He praised the commitment and dedication of principals and junior lecturers for their hard work in helping these students.

B. Shafiullah, secretary of TMREIS, said, "It is a golden moment in the history of Telangana Minority Residential Schools that our students will be making their way into medical colleges this year, including students from remote villages."

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