In 2017, Pratheek Rebello had scored 660 out of 720 from Goa, which was the best-known so removed from the state on the all-India medical entrance take a look at in its NEET(UG) format.
Nonetheless, Pratheek had bagged an all-India rank of 189, whereas Rubiya’s rank is 922 regardless of having a greater rating, as a single take a look at protecting all medical institutes was enforced this yr, elevating competitors.
“I’ve at all times needed to pursue medication,” mentioned Rubiya, the daughter of Mormugao Port Belief engineer Shaikh Abdussalam and former NIO researcher Mamtaz. “I needed to do my MBBS from AIIMS, however due to numerous elements, my rank went to 922. I’ve a great rank at JEE(Superior) as nicely. However I need to ideally be a part of one of many prime ten medical schools within the nation, 5 of that are situated in Delhi. My dream is to do my medical programme in Delhi.”
“If I had appeared in 2018 or 2019 and acquired the identical rating, I’d be within the nation’s prime 200,” she mentioned.
Nonetheless, she has a greater rank from Goa than that recorded final yr. In 2019, Jaiprakash Gurav was ranked 1,300.
In 2020, apart from Rubiya, Yash Tar with an all-India rank of 1,179, Siddhant Govekar with 1,361 and Kaushal Naik with 2,071 are among the different scores inside the first 5,000, as was identified till late Friday night. All are college students of Mushtifund Aryaan.
“Following Pratheek, Aumkar Shah in 2018, Jaiprakash Gurav in 2019 and now Rubiya are all our college students,” mentioned Vyankatesh Prabhudesai, director of Mushtifund Aryaan. This yr, competitors was powerful and Rubiya’s rank is 922 of the 13.5 lakh college students who took the take a look at.”
In the meantime, a decrease variety of college students from Goa appeared for NEET(UG) this yr, however the proportion of those that certified for a seat was greater.
As towards 3,465 college students who appeared for the take a look at in 2019 from Goa, 3,135 answered it this yr, amidst the pandemic. However, of those that appeared in 2020, 50.4% certified for a seat, up from 2019’s 48.4%, as per information launched by the NTA.