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10 students of Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), Sagar, which prepares students for competitive examinations across the country, have brought laurels to Sagar, Madhya Pradesh and Aakash Institute by scoring more than 600 marks in the NEET UGC exam results declared by the National Testing Agency (NTA). 
This achievement is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and the high-quality coaching AESL provides.

Many students scored 680 marks. Neeti Jain secured the 3522nd position in the country by scoring 695 marks in the examination, whereas Vidushi Tripathi, with 681 marks, secured the 8272nd position in the country. Other students who secured positions include Shweta 670, Shreyash Jain 666, Abhinendra Singh 665, Naved Alam Ansari 656, Shruti Tiwari 654, Arya Jain 631, Garima Goswami 616.

Sagar Watch NewsOn this occasion, NEET-selected student Niyati Jain said that she worked hard with the help of study material and coaching provided by Aakash Institute and passed NEET. Niyati said that initially, she was a little nervous. But as she kept working hard, her confidence increased and she kept getting success.

Vikram Saxena, Assistant Director of Aakash Educational said that Aakash students consistently perform well in NEET. Aakash students have contributed 9% to this year's results. The Sagar branch is also included in the better results.

Students in AESL's classroom program prepared for NEET, which is considered one of the toughest entrance exams in the world. They attribute their success to an easy and in-depth understanding of concepts and a disciplined study timetable.

The students said, “We are grateful that Aakash has helped us with both. Without the content and coaching from AESL, we would not have been able to grasp the concepts of so many different subjects in such a short time.

Congratulating the students on their achievement, Dr. HR Rao, Regional Director, Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) said, “We congratulate the students on their achievement.

NEET is conducted once a year by the National Examination Agency. It is a competitive examination for students who want to pursue undergraduate medical (MBBS), dental (BDS) and Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Homeopathy (BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, etc.) courses in government and private institutions in India. It is also for students wishing to obtain primary medical qualifications abroad.

Manish Vishwakarma Branch Head, Vikram Saxena Assistant Director, Sumit Kumar Academic Head Engineering Branch, Safal Joshi Academic Head Medical Branch, etc. were present at the conference.

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