NEET Consequence 2020: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday referred to as up NEET All India Rank (AIR) 1 holder Soyeb Aftab and congratulated him on his success. Patnaik additionally wished Soyeb a shiny future.
In the meantime, Soyeb Aftab who’s a resident of Odisha was elated on receiving a name from the chief minister and thanked him. He’s the primary scholar from Odisha to have topped the NEET.
Soyeb of Rourkela topped the Nationwide Eligibility cum Entrance Check (NEET), outcomes of which have been declared on Friday. He scored 720 out of 720 and credited his dad and mom for the success, saying he by no means anticipated to bag the primary rank within the medical entrance examination.
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The Odisha CM additionally congratulated all the scholars from the state who succeeded within the examination and wished them a shiny future.
Governor Ganeshi Lal additionally joined Patnaik in congratulating Soyeb for his NEET success. Odisha Governor’s official Twitter deal with learn, ”Hon’ble Governor congratulates SoyebAftab of Odisha for creating historical past by scoring 720 and topping the advantage record. Hon’ble Governor needs Soyeb many extra laurels in future.”
Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who’s from Odisha, additionally congratulated Aftab on his success and hoped he’ll deliver laurels to the state sooner or later.
Soyeb’s father Sheik Mohammad Abbas is a small enterprise in Odisha. Chatting with PTI, Soyeb stated his father prolonged all of the monetary help but it surely was his mom who spent her most time supporting him on his research.
Aftab and Delhi’s Akansha Singh scored 720 out of 720 marks however the Odisha boy was ranked first and Singh second as per the Nationwide Testing Company’s tie-breaking coverage, officers stated.
The tie-breaking coverage takes into consideration elements reminiscent of age, subject-wise marks and variety of incorrect solutions, they stated.
A complete of seven,71,500 candidates have certified the examination for which over 13.66 lakh candidates had appeared.