Vadodara boy Ashraf Kesrani has topped PG-NEET


By Muslim Mirror Desk

Ahmedabad:  Ashraf Kesrani from Vadodara has bagged first position in All India Postgraduate National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (PG-NEET).

Total 1.43 lakh students from India had appeared in the entrance test for admission in PG courses across Indian medical colleges out of which 78,660 students have qualified. In Gujarat, 6,000 students had appeared in the test.

Kesrani a student  of   Baroda Medical College,Kesrani scored 1,006 out of 1,200 marks in the PG-NEET result declared on Thursday.

Coming from  a middle class family —his father works in a private firm Kesrani wihes to pursue MD medicine from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.


5 thoughts on “Vadodara boy Ashraf Kesrani has topped PG-NEET

  1. Hats off to Dr Ashraf Kesrani and his entire family!

    May Allah grant you the best in Duniya and Aakhirah!

    You are an awesome living inspiration to the Indian Muslims who are lagging behind significantly in education and employment and spirituality too!

    May Allah take good work from you for our nation as an outstanding qualified Physician, and may you also become a teacher for inspiring meritorious medical students!

  2. Congratulations, Ashraf. Best of luck with the specialty training. My son, 49, is an internist, all schooling/training/birth in the States. Your score of 84% is really impressive, unlike the former IAS topper from Kashmir. With his kind of oral and written performance, my contemporaries could not make to the list. What is going the wrong way to education in India? You would do far better, I say.

    1. Dear Mr Hassan,
      Dr Ashraf has topped an extremely competitive exam for qualified doctors all over India.
      It is a stupendous achievement for the Indian Muslim community.
      I hope yours is not a case of sour grapes!
      Most qualified Indian physicians save more lives and help more sick people than many doctors in the western world!

  3. RSS Brahmanvadi policy is make one Indian Muslim topper, so all Muslims are happy with the carrots doled out.

    But in reality, I am sure these RSS brain-washed officials conducting the NEET exam have deliberately given low scores to hundreds if not thousands of Muslim doctor candidates, because the community will progress by numbers who become qualified professionals and can bring in positive change.

    But still this does not in any way undermine the talent and hardwork of Dr Ashraf!

    I hope in future we have people like Manish Sisodia and Kejriwal looking after education and HRD to offer equal opportunity and fair practices for all downtrodden religions and castes in India.

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