Allen Career Institute bags 8 spots in top 10 of NEET exams
Bengaluru, 12 June 2019: Two students from Allen Career Institute Bengaluru, a player in the coaching space for premier competitive entrance tests excelled in NEET 2019 exam and secured top 500 rankings. Kirthan Srikanth bagged All India 133 rank and Vinay Suresh secured 467 ranks and are the proud students of the institute. With NEET getting more and more competitive every year, students are preferring to join the coaching institutes which provide them the holistic understanding about the career and helps in choosing the right path. Allen Career Institute is one of the leading coaching institutes in the country is seeing the enrollment of students who thrive for excellence.
Allen Career Institute has totally bagged 8 ranks in top 10 positions by dominating other market players. Nalin Khandelwal of Jaipur bagged the top position while Bhavik Bansal of Delhi secured the second rank in the exam held for admission in leading medical colleges across the country.
Expressing happiness about the performance of the students Mr.Mahesh Yadav, Head, Allen Career Institute, Bengaluru said “Students from Bengaluru Allenalso did exceptionally well in the exams. The examination was tough but students worked very hard to achieve good results. We are happy to continue the tradition of giving good results in Allen. We congratulate all the successful students of Allen who could make it to this coveted exam”.
Speaking about the NEET exams Mr. Govind Maheshwari, Director, Allen Career Institute said “We are happy that our institute has helped the students to reach their dream by providing quality support for their education. We always believe in giving the best quality education so that the students reach different heights in their career. Around 15.20 lakh students registered for NEET this year. Out of which over 14.10 students appeared in the exam conducted across 154 cities. In this exam, which conducted in 11 languages, more than 3.51 lakh boys and 4.45 lakh girls qualified to take admission in leading medical colleges across the country”.
For general the cutoff percentile was 134 and for OBC, SC/ST, it was 107. For the physically handicapped general candidate, the qualifying percentile was 120 while OBC, SC, ST in this category, the percentile was 107.