NEET 2019 topper Nalin Khandelwal shares success mantra: 'Kept off social media, smartphones', says AIR 1 holder
NEET 2019 topper: Nalin Khandelwal said he took a break from social media and smartphones. "I studied for nearly 7-8 hours a day," he said.
The topper said he took a break from social media and smartphones. "I studied for nearly 7-8 hours a day," he said. Speaking at a press conference here, Ashish Arora, academic head and mentor of Allen Career Institute, Jaipur noted, "Nalin has topped the exam and two students from the coaching institute's Kota center have secured fifth and tenth rank."
Jaipur's Nalin Khandelwal has secured All India Rank 1 in NEET exam, says, 'I am very happy at securing first rank. I used to study for eight hours everyday. I would like to thank my teachers." #Rajasthan pic.twitter.com/0bCGh2Kwg2
— ANI (@ANI) June 5, 2019
Director of the institute, Brajesh Maheshwari, said in Kota that many of his students secured top ranks in the examination. He said Bhavik Bansal secured All India Rank (AIR)-2, Swastik Bhatia AIR-4, Anant Jain AIR-5, Sarthak Raghavendra Bhat AIR-6, Dhruv Kushwaha AIR-8, Mihir Rai AIR-9 and Raghav Dubey secured AIR-10.
As many as 98,757 students had registered for the all-India level entrance exam from Rajasthan. Out of these, 93,149 appeared for the test and 64,890 of them qualified.
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The NEET is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in medical and dental colleges approved by the Medical Council of India and the Dental Council of India.
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