- 7 secure rank in Top 10 in Girls Merit List and 4 secure ranks in Top 10 in Boys Merit List
- Poyla Ghosh from Pune and Monalisha Kumari from Bhubaneshwar secure AIR 2 and 3 in Girls Merit list respectively; Animesh Pawar, Aakash DLP student, secured AIR 3 in Boys merit list.
- AIR 2, 5, 12, 17 are from Aakash institute, Pune.
- Total students qualified are 113 out of which 86 are classroom and 27 are from DLP and Digital courses.
Hyderabad, November 17: A whopping 113 students from Aakash Institute, the national leader in test preparatory services, have qualified the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) MMBS 2020 entrance examination, registering one of the best results in the AFMC MBBS examination in the test preparation sector in India, an impressive feat that speaks volumes of the faculty, curriculum and training at Aakash. Out of the 113, 86 students are from the regular classroom course of Aakash Institute while 27 students from DLP (Distance Learning Programme) & Digital courses have qualified the prestigious examination.
11 Aakshians make it to the Top 10 in the Girls and Boys Merit Lists with 7 securing ranks in Top 10 in Girls Merit List and 4 securing ranks in Top 10 in Boys Merit List. AIR 2, 5, 12, 17 are from Aakash institute, Pune.
Aakashians who secured impressive results are Poyla Ghosh from Pune who secured AIR 2 in the girl’s merit list; Animesh Pawar, Aakash DLP student and Monalisha Kumari from Bhubaneshwar secured AIR 3 in the boys and girls merit lists respectively; Krishi Gupta from Meerut and Divya from Chandigarh secured AIR 4 in the boys and girls merit list respectively; Sonali Diyawar from Pune secured AIR 5 in the girls merit list; Aditi Mahajan, Aakash DLP student secured AIR 7 in the girls merit list; Zareef Islam from Guwahati secured AIR 8 in the boys merit list; Rhea Rao from Mumbai secured AIR 9 in the girls merit list; Vaibhav Barfa from Indore and Ashi Anand from Kochi secured AIR 10 in the boys and girls merit list respectively and passed the AFMC’s screening test with flying colours.
Congratulating the students, Mr. Aakash Chaudhry, CEO, Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), said, “We are proud that a significant number of students have qualified the AFMC entrance for MBBS 2020 course. The credit goes to the hard work of our students, the support of their parents and instructors who have guided them throughout their journey. I wish them all the best for their future endeavours. We congratulate all our students for consistently working hard to achieve their goals.”
The students credited the outstanding performance to burning the midnight oil and the excellent coaching provided by the faculty at Aakash. Armed Forces Medical College, set up in 1948, is a premier medical institute of India acknowledged as a centre of excellence in education and research. The college provides training to under-graduate and post-graduate medical and nursing students with assured career prospects in the defence services.
AFMC MBBS 2020 screening test is conducted to offer admission in AFMC, Pune. Students are selected on basis of marks secured by them in the NEET entrance exam as well as in the screening test.
This year the top 3 Rank holders of NEET 2020 are also students of Aakash, from its classroom and distance learning programs.