“Online coaching during Covid has helped”

tantray said Great Cashmere that her son studied in Sainik School, Nagrota from 6th class to 12th class.

“He had also appeared in the NDA entrance test. However, he was unable to make it to the SSB in the Bangalore selection process. Until class 12 he stayed home and started preparing for NEET without taking coaching during the Covid19 pandemic,” Tantray said.

“After completing MBBS, my son plans to prepare for IAS,” Tantray added.

As a voluntary initiative, Gazalley also prepares students at its alma mater school in Khari for NEET exams.

It can be mentioned that Tanmay Gupta, also from Jammu, topped the NEET exams across the country with two other candidates, scoring 720 out of 720 points. His father, Dr. Akshay Gupta said Great Cashmere that her son was focusing on studies which is why his family sent him to Delhi for his studies.

“He completed his secondary education from KC Public School, Jammu and got 100% marks. When he got the maximum mark, we realized his potential and then decided to send him to Delhi for further education i.e. 11th and 12th grades,” Tanmay’s father said, Dr Gupta.

“He was admitted to DPC RK Puram in Delhi while staying with his maternal grandparents there. He went through Aakash Institute coaching and passed the NEET exams for which there are no words to express our joy,” said Dr Gupta.

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