For hardworking and promising people, any kind of troubles can be just a pebble in their path to success, not a mountain. This has been proved true by Ritika, a resident of Badarpur. Ritika of Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Molarband is also among the many students who have cleared NEET in the year 2021. Ritika cracked this exam without any personal coaching.
parents even sold the jewelry
He had no access to online classes and study material during the Corona pandemic. Ritika, who lives in Badarpur with her parents and two younger brothers, initially did not have a mobile phone or even internet. His father, who worked as an embroidery worker in a private factory, lost his job during the lockdown.
In an interview, Ritika said, “We struggled for grain and somehow our work was done with the money saved. But seeing my passion and good score (93%) in class XII, my parents sold the jewelry they had saved for my wedding and bought me an Android phone and books.”
Ritika secured 3,032 rank under SC category by securing 500 marks. She said, “I could not afford private coaching, so I cleared the exam by preparing from YouTube and books. My principal and teachers helped me a lot. He inspired me every step of the way and gave me access to the school library.”
Delhi CM congratulates
A total of 436 students from Delhi schools have cleared NEET this year. As per the data, 51 students from Yamuna Vihar, 28 from Paschim Vihar, 16 from IP Extension, 15 from Loni Road, 15 from Molarband and 14 from Rohini School have cleared NEET this year.
Sujata Tamta, Principal, SKV, Molarband said, “Fifteen students from my school have qualified for NEET. Last year, 42 students took the exam, but this year, due to COVID-19, we could not contact many students. Because the classes were online and many children migrated. Despite this, we called on many students and alumni to guide and inspire other students. Also, the teachers were always in touch with the children offline and online to guide the students and clear their doubts.
After this success of the students, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “Wow! Many students from Delhi government schools have qualified for NEET. Until a few years ago this was unimaginable. I congratulate the students, their parents and teachers.”
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