Telangana: 4 pupils of TMREIS make it to MBBS
Hyderabad: Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Societyon Thursday revealed that 4 of its pupils have actually developed background by safeguarding clinical seats in the just recently wrapped up preliminary of clinical coaching.
According to TMREIS, a trainee Tahura Masood obtained seat in MBBS at Dr VRK Women’s Medical College, Md Saifuddin obtained seat in MBBS at Ayaan Medical College, K Rambabu obtained seat in MBBS at Gandhi Medical College as well as E Sravan Kumar obtained seat in BDS at Jamia Millia inNew Delhi
Rambabu of that comes from Kothamarthy town in Nalgonda area stated “Our teachers motivated me a lot. My parents work as labourers. No words are enough to thank the Government of Telangana and my teachers for their support,” he included.
Md Saifuddin, that made a decision to end up being a Cardiologist after shedding his moms and dads a really young age, stated, “My grandparents and uncle sacrificed and struggled a lot to educate me.”
A mom of Tahura Masood stated “My husband is a daily wage earner. If not for free long NEET coaching provided by TMREIS, my daughter wouldn’t have dreamt of preparing for the exam given our family’s economic condition. I thank Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for establishing minority residential schools.”
“I am thrilled beyond my 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,” stated E Sravan Kumar that got a seat in BDS at Jamia Millia inNew Delhi
B Shafiullah, Secretary, TMREIS praised the pupils for scripting success as well as valued the instructors for meeting the imagine pupils from much less blessed histories.