Jammu & Kashmir

Bhaderwah’s Cousin brothers shine in NEET

Majid Malik

BHADERWAH : Cousin brothers namely Divyansh Bhushan  and Kulrattan Bhushan from Village Dugga Chinta Tehsil Bhaderwah  have qualified the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate exams the result of which was declared by the National Testing Agency.Talking to media persons father of Kulrattan Bhushan , Dr Kulbhushan ( Ex CMO ) , said it was a dream come true for the whole family to see the achievement of his son and his brother’s son in this prestigious national level competitive exam.“I am running out of words to explain the level of happiness. It was the first attempt of my and brothers son for NEET exams and they qualified it with a good score,” he said adding that both will pursue MBBS in GMC Srinagar. Neighbors and relatives flocked Bhushan’s and Kulbhushans house with congratulatory messages, mithais, and blessings. Advocate Mohd Majid Malik congratulated the successful  National eligibility –cum-entrance test (NEET ) qualifiers two cousin brothers of the same family from Bhaderwah. While congratulating the successful students of NEET examination, Malik  said there is no substitute to hard work and that perseverance and hard work are the key to success. “I congratulate both the successful students of Dugga Chinta  who have passed the NEET. I extend my best wishes to them for their future endeavors. The parents and teachers of the successful students equally deserve our appreciation for their support and guidance to the students,” he said and described its a proud moment for whole Bhaderwah . 

 

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