- Hindi news
- They Make Doctors By Giving Free Coaching, This Year All 19 Of Their Students Were Successful In NEET
Bhubaneswar5 minutes ago
- Copy link
Ajay Bahadur of Zindagi Foundation with this year’s successful students.
- ‘Zindagi Foundation’, an organization providing resources to NEET students on the lines of Super-30
- All students got success for the second consecutive year
Let’s meet Ajay Bahadur, who is considered Anand Kumar of Neet. Just as ‘Super-30’ helps Anand Kumar engineer by supporting poor and needy students, similarly Ajay Bahadur in Bhubaneswar, Odisha leaves no stone unturned to make such students a doctor. His hard work for the last three years finally paid off. By defeating poverty and corona, all 19 students of his ‘Zindagi Foundation’ were successful in NEET examination this year. In 2018, 18 out of 20 and in 2019 all 14 students were successful.
Ajay says- ‘I could not become a doctor, but seeing him become a doctor, I feel like my dream is being fulfilled. I do not want any promising person like me to fulfill his dream of becoming a doctor just because of lack of money. My efforts will continue so that no child is left behind due to lack of resources. I was very inspired by Anandji of Super-30. I know him from Patna. Three years ago I was returning to see Jagannathji. I caught sight of a girl selling flowers. She made her garland and set her eyes on the books.
This student of class 12 was named Dimple Sahu. She told that she wants to become a doctor, but may not complete her further studies, because father cannot afford the family from this shop. I could not sleep for three nights after listening to that girl. On the fourth day I met the girl and her father. Seeing the ardor of his further studies, he prepared the first batch with him.
Worker’s daughter and son of vegetable seller will become a doctor
Khirodini of Angul district, who was successful this year in Zindagi Foundation, scored 657 marks. His father works as a laborer. Satyajit Sahu scored 619 marks. His father sells bicycles from house to house selling vegetables. Subhendu Parida, who runs Idli-vada with parents, scored 609 and Nivedita, daughter of Vasudev Panda, who runs a paan shop, scored 591.