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BASE students Shine in Pre-Medical Exam

 

BASE students have,yet again, put up an applaudable outcome in the pre medical examinations. NEET, being one of them, is an all India level, year wise college entrance exam for students who wish to pursue any undergraduate medical course. It is the most awaited and respected exam of the pre-medical examinations.

In NEET-2017, a total of 74 BASE students qualified NEET with 4 ranks in Top 10 and 19 ranks in top 100.

Be it NEET, AIIMS or KCET, BASE students have proved their fortitude in every arena.

Sankeerth S., who is a part of the BASE classroom program since grade 9, bagged the 4th rank in NEET, AIR-10 in JIPMER and AIR-27 in AIIMS. “I joined BASE in grade 9 for the FsNT program and the teachers there provided me with a sense of curiosity. To all you medical aspirants, don’t be baffled by what others perceive as intelligence, work hard, keep faith in yourself and you will do well. BASE provided me with materials and other support I would require for my academic goals.”, said Sankeerth, who is the Karnataka state topper in NEET.

 

As quoted by Deccan Chronicle – ”City student Sankeerth S. of BASE has bagged all india rank of 27 in AIIMs.” and India Today-”Beating all odds, this year, only one student from Karnataka made it to the top 10 list. Meet, Sankeerth Sadananda, who has once again made the state proud by securing All India Rank (AIR) 4 in CBSE NEET 2017. Being a student of BASE, Sankeerth had also bagged AIR 27 the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS 2017 examination results announced recently.” Sankeerth has incredibly made BASE proud.

 

 

In the NEET state ranking, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Rank were secured by Base students.

 

Rakshita Ramesh, who is another shining star of BASE (AIR-41 in NEET, AIR-460 in AIIMS), says,” My teachers’ at BASE had enriching experiences which were fascinating and always motivated us to think beyond the books. My journey with BASE began 4 years back as an FsNT student in 9th standard. We were taught our fundamentals extremely well and on the basis of the concepts taught we were made to think on a wider scale. This improved my problem solving abilities. Their weekly, monthly and 1st year concept tests helped me crack All India exams with good ranks.”

 

Along with Sankeerth, Deevith D V(AIR-198 in NEET, AIR-224 in AIIMS), Vivek Nayak(AIR – 345 in NEET) and Yash L. Kothari(AIR – 612) are others who have made it to the top.

 

“It is a matter of great pride to see our students perform so well. They have been very persistent in their training and have been diligently working towards their goals. We are truly proud of our students and wish them the best in all their future endeavors”, said Mr. Vallish Herur, Director, BASE.

 

Print News Coverage:

  1.  The Times of India1
  2.  Deccan Herald2
  3. Deccan Chronicle3
  4. The New Indian Express4
  5. Vijaya Karnataka5
  6. Kannada Prabha6

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