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Bihar Farmer’s Son Cracks NEET UG 2024 On His Third Attempt – News18

Bihar Farmer’s Son Cracks NEET UG 2024 On His Third Attempt – News18


He wants to become a doctor in future.

His father is a farmer, works in the fields and tries to make the family strive, saving every penny.

The NEET UG 2024 results were recently announced. Thousands of students have cracked the exam with flying colours. Everyone knows that the economic condition of farmers in Bihar is worse. Farmers work hard to improve their lives. If you have strong intentions and strong determination, then success will follow you. A boy named Mohammad Nazish, the promising son of a farmer from Bankhobhi village in Vaishali district has achieved humongous success. He cracked the NEET exam on his third attempt. His father is a farmer, works in the fields and tries to make the family progress by saving every single rupee.

Mohammad Nazish started his education in a small school in the village, of Gyan Sarovar. He studied school in Gyan Sarovar till class 10 and class 12 and then went to Kota in Rajasthan for further studies. The father’s financial condition was not good but the father did not give up and sent his son to Kota, Rajasthan. In 2021, Mohammad Nazish appeared in the NEET exam for the first time but failed. Still, Nazish did not give up and appeared in the NEET exam for the second time in 2023 but failed that too. Nazish continued his hard work and cleared the NEET exam in the third attempt. After that, there was a wave of happiness in the house.

Mohammad Nazish shared, “I studied in a private Gyan Sarovar school in the village from the very beginning. My mother and father were very supportive of me in this success. They did not let any problems arise during my studies. I appeared in the NEET exam for the first time in 2021 but failed. After that, I did not give up and succeeded in 2024. I owe this success to my parents. I want to serve the people by becoming a doctor in future”.

Another girl, Isha Kumari, a resident of Amgola, Muzaffarpur, Bihar, secured a percentage of 99.13 in the NEET exam. She secured an all-India rank of 19,895 and 8,769 in the OBC category.

In an interview with Local 18, Isha said that she comes from a middle-class family. Her father Krishna Kumar runs a grocery store (Kirana Store) while her mother is a housewife. Isha’s mother used to be a teacher in a private school. But she gave up the job to take care of her children and their studies.

Stay ahead with all the exam results updates on News18 Website.



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