The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET 2017) determines the career of medical aspirants in the country. It is a momentous day for all NEET aspirants in Karnataka. The Karnataka Examinations Authority has released the provisional list of students who have appeared for NEET 2017. Children from Deeksha have surpassed all expectations by achieving tremendous success in NEET. Over the years, Deeksha has been scripting success stories in competitive examinations. And now, our entry into medical entrance coaching has yielded extraordinary results. We just don’t train our children in cracking the medical entrance exam, we make them compassionate and courageous individuals. Our children come out resilient to ease past the 5-year long journey. Deeksha inspires the students to do their best and hone their academic abilities.

The competition for medical seats in the state is extremely stiff. The number of seats is very low when compared to the number of aspirants. Across the 58 colleges in Karnataka, there are only 8,595 medical seats. Delightfully, the state merit list has many of our doctors to be. Three of Deeksha’s children, Chinmayi Prabhakar of Deeksha Centre for Learning, Sanyogita Dileep Chalwade of Deeksha, Indiranagar at Miranda, and Aditi Ajith Pujar of Ace Academy, Mallasandra at SKCH have bagged ranks within the top 100 in Karnataka. Moreover, there are 39 children from Deeksha within the top 2000 ranks.

Delighted about her achievement, Chinmayi said, “Deeksha helped me a lot in cracking NEET. The mock tests were of great help. I hope I can get into Bangalore Medical College”. The result season has been highly fruitful for Deeksha, achieving amazing results in all competitive exams. Aditi Ajith who took Deeksha’s Ace Program at SKCH has also cracked the JEE Main and KVPY along with NEET. “Deeksha helped in balancing my focus between biology and mathematics. My teachers were of immense support. They were always approachable,” said Aditi. Praising the unique pedagogy of Deeksha for her success, Sanyogita said, “Deeksha’s biology study material was of great help. I owe a lot to my teachers for all my success. I wish I can fulfill my dream by getting into Bangalore Medical College.”

The examination conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS courses was held on May 7th. Of the 11 lakh students who took the exam in the country, almost 6.11 lakh qualified.