Raipur, 12 February 2022
The children studying in the tribal areas of the state have performed brilliantly in the All India Medical Entrance Examination 2021, due to which the dream of becoming a doctor is being realized by the tribal children. 9 students of Eklavya Adarsh Residential School established in remote areas of the state have been selected for MBBS studies this year. Tribal Welfare Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam has congratulated all the successful students and wished them a bright future.
Successful students in NEET 2021 include 5 girls from Eklavya Model School Katekalyan District South Bastar Dantewada, two students from Eklavya Model Residential School, Taregaon Jungle District Kabirdham, two students from Eklavya Model Residential School, Chhote Mudpar Kharsia District Raigarh. All these students belong to rural background and farming family.
5 girl students of Eklavya Adarsh Vidyalaya Katekalyan District South Bastar Dantewada have prepared for MBBS entrance exam from Cholo Aasam Coaching Institute operated in Dantewada district. Out of these, Kumari Piyusha Wake of village Badepaneda in Geedam tehsil will study medicine at Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial College, Raipur. Similarly, Ramshila Wake of Badepaneda village of Geedam tehsil will also study medicine at Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial College, Raipur. Indu Kodopi, a resident of village Sameli in Kuakonda tehsil, will study medicine at Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Science, Bilaspur. Madma Mede of village Borje of Bijapur tehsil has also been selected for medical studies in Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Science, Bilaspur. Salvam Pale of Fandiguda, Naxal-affected area of Konta tehsil, will study medicine at Government Dental College, Raipur, Raipur.
Similarly, Eklavya Adarsh Residential School, Taregaon Jungle District Kabirdham’s Shri Raghunandan Dhurve will do medical studies in Government Medical College, Bilaspur. Shri Digvijay Singh Masram of the same school will study medicine at Government Medical College, Kanker. Eklavya Adarsh Residential School, Chhote Mudpar will study medicine at Tribhuvan Sidar Government Medical College Ambikapur in Kharsia district Raigad. Parasmani Rathia of the same school will also study medicine in Government Medical College, Ambikapur.