Shopian Boy Shines In NEET UG Exams

Son Of A Fruit Merchant, Haziq Lone Secures All India Rank 10

Srinagar- Festivities broke out in the family of a fruit merchant in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir after his son topped the NEET-UG-2022 examination in the union territory and secured the all-India rank 10.

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and politicians congratulated Haziq Pervez Lone for the feat.

Lone, resident of Trenz area of Shopian in south Kashmir, has secured the 10th rank in the all-India level NEET UG-examination and topped J-K UT.

Son of a fruit merchant, Pervez Ahmad, Lone secured 710 points out of 720. As the family celebrates the success., friends and relatives dawned upon the house, hugging Lone and garlanding him.

Lone is elated over his achievement and credits the success to his family, teachers and to the hard work.

I am thankful to God Almighty for this success. This has been possible only because of Him. I am thankful to my parents and the coaching institute as well, he said.

Lone said he expected his score to be around what he secured, but, the all-India rank of 10 was beyond his expectations.

I had no idea I will get this rank. I was surprised when the results came. My parents were also surprised, but are very happy, he said.

Asked about his message to future aspirants, Lone said there is no substitute to hard work.

You should work hard as hard work brings results. You have to be consistent and you will achieve good things finally, he said.

He said at least 7-9 hours of study was needed to crack the examination with flying colours.

He said the major difficulty he faced was shift from offline to online in the wake of Covid pandemic.

The problem with online learning was frequent internet shutdowns and restricted network speeds in Shopian. However, the coaching institute offered additional classes, video lectures etc which helped a lot, he added.

Lone did his primary schooling from two private schools in Shopian, and then enrolled himself at the government higher secondary school in Turkwamgam village of the district for class 11 and 12.

Meanwhile, Lieutenant Governor Sinha and politicians congratulated Lone for the feat.

Congratulations to Haziq Parveez Lone from Shopian for securing the All India 10th Rank in NEET UG- 2022 Result. Proud of your achievements. My best wishes to all the candidates from Jammu & Kashmir, who have qualified in the NEET exam, Sinha wrote on Twitter.

Overjoyed to see Haziq Lone from Shopian secure tenth rank in the NEET exams. My best wishes to him for a bright future, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti said in a tweet.

Apni Party president Altaf Bukhari also felicitated Lone for the success.  (PTI) 

Hajin Boy Qualifies NEET In Fourth Attempt

After fourth attempt, a young boy from Hajin locality of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district qualified the NEET UG 2022 by securing 603 marks.

Mohammad Nadeem son of Abdul Rehman Dar of Hajin has qualified the coveted the NEET UG 2022 by securing 603 marks.

Nadeem said that it was due to his hard work and support from the family, especially his parents and cousin brothers that he was able to crack this prestigious exam.

Nadeem, who had done his coaching from KIE institute, also gave credit to his teachers and said that without their support it was not possible for him to crack the exam. “I am thankful to Allah almighty for bestowing me with the success as it was a dream which came true today. Before this I have made three attempts to crack the NEET, however, there wasn’t Allah’s will but I did not lose hope and made it possible in the fourth attempt,” he said.

Nadeem has done his schooling from government school in his locality up to 12th standard and then moved to Srinagar for coaching purpose to quality the NEET, as he aim was to become a doctor since his childhood.

Today, by the grace of Allah and the support from his family and teachers, he said his dream has come true even though he faced a lot of difficulties on the way toward success.

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