Samikhsya Bureau, Raipur
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has congratulated the students of the state-run Prayas Residential Schools who have cracked the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Examination (NEET) for admissions into medical courses at the national level.
Out of 367 students who appeared for NEET, 166 have been declared successful.
“Prayas students have been the pride of the State,” the Chief Minister stated while congratulating the students and their teachers for the impressive result.
The residential schools, run by the Chhattisgarh Government, offer free coaching to the students to national level tests like IIT, JEE and NEET.
The list of successful candidates includes 33 students of Prayas Residential School in Durg, 26 students of Prayas Residential School in Bastar, 24 students of Prayas Residential School in Bilaspur, 19 students of Prayas Residential School in Raipur, 17 students of Prayas Residential School in Ambikapur and nine students of Prayas Residential School in Kanker.
The Prayas Residential School for girls in Raipur has achieved spectacular success with 38 students qualifying for the NEET.
Similarly, as many as 34 students from the Maoist-hit Dantewada region have cracked the test.
The Chief Minister conveyed his best wishes to the successful students for their future.