by Muslim Mirror Staff
Over 600 students from West Bengal’s Al-Ameen Mission, spanning across 70 branches, achieved remarkable success by excelling in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2023.
This year’s topper from Al-Ameen is Ariful Haque, who achieved a score of 682 out of 720 in the NEET examination. He secured a rank of 1339 at the All India level.
Among the girls, Suhana Sultwa emerged as the topper, securing a score of 675 out of 720 in the examination. She obtained a rank of 2260 at the All India level.
A total of 494 boys, accounting for 79% of the qualified candidates, and 132 girls, making up 21% of the qualified candidates, have successfully passed the examination this year.
As per Al-Ameen’s data, out of the successful candidates, 27% (167 students) belong to poor and below-poverty line (BPL) families, 35% (218 students) come from the lower-middle-income group, and 38% (241 students) are from the middle and upper-middle-income group.
In the previous year, more than 500 students from Al-Ameen Coaching Academy successfully cleared the NEET examination and secured admissions into different medical colleges.
Al-Ameen Mission, established by M. Nurul Islam, is a renowned organization based in Howrah, West Bengal. It has an impressive track record of producing more than 3500 doctors (MBBS & BDS) and 3000 engineers, along with numerous researchers, administrative officers, teachers, and professors.
Operating across 20 districts in West Bengal, Al-Ameen Mission runs 70 coaching institutes. It provides education to approximately 17,000 residential students and employs a dedicated team of over 3000 teachers and non-teaching staff. The primary campus of Al-Ameen Mission is located in the Howrah district of West Bengal, specifically at Khalatpur (Udaynarayanpur).