These achievements go a long way to make positive changes in society: LG
SRINAGAR- Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha met J&K NEET topper Basit Bilal Khan here at the Raj Bhavan today.
The Lt Governor congratulated the topper for his extraordinary feat and commended him for setting an incredible example for all the youngsters. “I wish him many more laurels in the future. He represents our future and his hard work and perseverance are going to inspire many to achieve their goals”, he added.
Applauding the efforts of young NEET qualifiers from across the Union Territory, the Lt Governor remarked that he is well aware of the inherent strengths of people of the region and the government is committed to providing the requisite environment for their progress.“Our youngsters deserve every opportunity to achieve their dreams, and it is our duty to provide the resources and support they need to succeed”, he said.
‘These achievements go a long way to make positive changes in the society and all these young achievers will be the key drivers of socio-economic growth and community development in the region’, the Lt Governor observed.
The 18-year-old Basit who hails from Narwa area of Pulwama was accompanied by his father Bilal Ahmad Khan and Chief Education Officer, Pulwama, Ms. Soni Sonam. He has scored 695 marks out of 720, securing 99.98 percentile in the NEET-2020 exam, the result of which was declared recently.
The Lt Governor extended congratulations to all the qualifiers and wished them success in their future endeavours.
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