Inspired by Anand Kumar’s famous Super 30 of Patna, Ajay Bahadur Singh is providing free medical education to the disadvantaged students in Odisha and now the results of his initiative are coming. 14 disadvantaged students of Odisha have achieved success in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Examination (NEET). He has expressed gratitude to Ajay Bahadur Singh’s Life Foundation NEET is the national level only entrance test for medical courses.
18 out of 20 students passed the exams last year, while 12 students got admitted to Government Medical Colleges of Odisha. Each year, the ‘Zindagi Foundation’ provides free coaching, free arrangement of food, accommodation to some selected disadvantaged students. Ajay Bahadur Singh said, “I am very happy that the results of my efforts is a success. This year all the 14 students have passed the exam and I am confident that they will get seats in state medical colleges.”
Ajay wants to increase the number of students in the coming years. There are some inspirational stories of the students involved in the Medical College. Krishna Mohanty, who got 15,295 ranks at the all-India level, said, “My mother sells ‘Kakra Peetha’ (a sweet fried cake) near the ISKCON temple for livelihood. My father died in road accident At that time, I was in the sixth grade, after 12th, I wanted to study medicine, but I did not have the money to support my education. Ajay sir in making our dreams come true.”
Aniruddha Nayak also told his story He is a resident of Narsinghpur area of Cuttack district. Aniruddha said, “I always wanted to be a doctor and wanted to serve people, but my family’s financial condition is very bad and for medical education, I can not afford coaching. My father is a hotel supervisor in Hyderabad.”
Nayak has secured 83% marks in the 12th standard from BJJ Junior College. He was selected in the entrance examinations where he got free medical coaching. Nayak has achieved 5,562 ranks at all-India level in NEET.