By M M Special Correspondent
New Delhi: Once again Bidar (Karnataka) based Shaheen Group excel in the all India medical entrance examination as its as many as 300 students have cracked the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-UG (NEET 2018) who may get admissions in different medical colleges of India.
This year around 1600 students from Shaheen Group had appeared for the NEET and out of those 1363 students scored more than the minimum marks.
The examination was held on May 6, 2018, and in the result was declared on June 04.
‘This year 300 students of Shaheen Group have qualified for free medical seats in government colleges , 10 of them are Hafiz e Quran who never went school. We admitted them in AICU (Academic Intensive Care Unit ) and after four year of hard work 10 of them have successfully qualified to get admission in different medical colleges, said Dr. Abdul Qadeer the founder chairman of Shaheen Group of Institutions to MuslimMirror.com.
Haafiz-e-Quran Waheed Abdullah’s success is outstanding as he secured All India Rank (AIR) 95 and got 659 out of the total 720 marks. Dr. Qadeer said like other Huffaz , Hafiz Abdullah also never went to a school and got free coaching at the Shaheen. He hails from Gorakhpur, UP.
Besides him, 9 other Haafiz, who got the elementary education in different Madaris, have also made to the list of the Shaheen students eligible for admission in variou medical colleges based on their NEET 2018 score.
Shaheen Group had sent more than 201 students to different medical colleges in 2017, 152 in 2016, 111 in 2015, 93 in 2014, 89 in 2013 and 71 in its first batch in 2012.
Shaheen Group of Institutions was established in 1989 with Shaheen School to provide quality education to students from Urdu medium. Started with just 18 students, it now has more than 12,000 students and centers running in different cities of India including Bengaluru, Mysore, Belagavi, Shimoga, Kolar, Gulbarga, Raichur, Bidar, Basavakalyan, Humnabad, Aurad, Chitguppa, Aurangabad, Patna, and Lucknow.
Dr Abdul Qadeer wants his experience and expertise to be utilized in other parts of the country. He is running different branches of AICU for dropout students and preparing them to appear in competitive exams as well as NEET.
‘We will start regular batches for 10th pass students as well as crash course for repeaters from 18th June , Dr Abdul Qadeer added.