Srinagar: ‘If you believe in yourself then you can fulfill any dream you want.’ This coat belongs to three sisters from Jammu and Kashmir who have cracked the National Eligibility Entrance Test ie NEET in their first attempt itself. Tuba Bashir, Rutba Bashir and Arbish, residents of Nowshera, Srinagar, have cracked one of the toughest competitive exams in the country, NEET UG, with good marks in their first attempt.
These cousins belong to normal families. These sisters have done their basic education from Islamia Higher Secondary School, Srinagar. Despite decades of insurgency in the valley, these sisters never stopped their studies. Successfully cleared the NEET exam with the help of coaching, his hard work and the support of his parents.
we decided to become doctors
Talking to the media agency, Urbish said that there was no doctor in his family, but he decided to become a doctor himself. Sharing his formula to crack the exam, he revealed that he prepared diligently for this extremely tough entrance exam. Urbish said that I am feeling very happy. Our parents supported us from the very beginning. While preparing we had to keep in mind that this is the first and last attempt, we have to walk with this determination and continue with the studies.
Jammu & Kashmir: Three cousins of Tuba Bashir, Rutba Bashir and Arbish from Nowshera in Srinagar cleared the NEET examination (15.06)– Advertisement –
Tuba Basheer said, “I feel great that all three of us have cleared NEET together because we went to school and coaching together & we thought we… pic.twitter.com/o4l6jw0Lb5
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Tuba Bashir said that I was very happy. All three of us sisters have passed NEET exam together. We went to school together and pursued our dreams of becoming doctors together. We thought that we will pass MBBS and become doctors. I am very happy because I worked hard and got the result.
parents always supported
Whereas, according to Rutba Bashir, she started preparing for NEET exam in class 11th and studied hard to crack it in one go. Rutaba credits her success to her parents, who have supported her since childhood. Rutba told that we are very happy. The credit for our success goes to our parents. Our parents have supported us since childhood.