Fighting all odds, 4 students of TMREIS secure MBBS seats

The four selected students are Tahura Masood, who got a seat at Dr. VRK Women's Medical College; Mohammed Saifuddin, who got a seat at Ayaan Medical College; K. Rambabu, who got a seat at Gandhi Medical College; and E. Sravan Kumar, who got a seat in BDS at Jamia Millia in New Delhi.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  4 Nov 2022 3:30 AM GMT
Fighting all odds, 4 students of TMREIS secure MBBS seats

Hyderabad: Four students of Telangana Minorities Residential Junior College secured MBBS seats in prestigious medical institutes in the country. B. Shafiullah, secretary of Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society (TMREIS), shared the details in a press statement on Thursday. He said the four students have created history by securing medical seats in the recently-concluded first round of medical counselling.

The four selected students are Tahura Masood, who got a seat at Dr. VRK Women's Medical College; Mohammed Saifuddin, who got a seat at Ayaan Medical College; K. Rambabu, who got a seat at Gandhi Medical College; and E. Sravan Kumar, who got a seat in BDS at Jamia Millia in New Delhi.

Tahura Masood's mother said, "My husband is a daily wage earner. If not for the free NEET coaching provided by TMREIS, my daughter wouldn't have dreamt of preparing for the exam, given our family's economic condition."

Md. Saifuddin, who decided to become a cardiologist after losing his parents at a very young age, remembered his family's sacrifices and said, "My grandparents and uncle sacrificed and struggled a lot to educate me."

K. Rambabu, a resident of Kotamarthy village in Nalgonda district, thanked his teachers for their support. "My teachers motivated me. My parents work as labourers. No words are enough to thank the government and my teachers for their support."

E. Sravan Kumar added, "I am thrilled beyond words at the thought of becoming a doctor. Poverty taught me lessons in life and made me realise that no one should die due to lack of money."

Koppula Eshwar, Telangana minister for Minorities welfare, and A.K Khan, advisor to the Telangana government, Minorities Welfare, and president of TMREIS congratulated the students for their outstanding performance and securing MBBS seats.

TMREIS secretary Mr. Shafiullah congratulated the students for scripting success and appreciated the teachers for fulfilling the dreams of students from less privileged backgrounds. He said the state government's policy of providing top-notch NEET and IIT coaching facilities to medical and engineering aspirants played a crucial role in producing a large number of NEET and IIT rankers.

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