Kota Empowers Soldier’s Son; secured All India Rank-1 in NEET UG 2024

Kota Empowers Soldier’s Son; secured All India Rank-1 in NEET UG 2024

Kota Empowers

When determination is strong, no obstacle can stop a person from achieving the goal. This has been proved by Allen Classroom student Divyansh. Despite suffering from a severe lung condition, pneumothorax, he not only cleared the NEET UG 2024 exam but also secured All India Rank 1. His achievement serves as an inspiration to those who give up in the face of challenges.

Divyansh shared that both my father and uncle are in the Indian Army. Our family has a history of serving the nation in the armed forces. Inspired by them, I also wanted to join the army and was planning to take the NDA exam. When I shared this with my father, he encouraged me to become a doctor and serve society differently.

He spoke with his friends and decided that Allen Kota was the best place for NEET preparation. Consequently, he moved to Kota and joined Allen. Initially, Divyansh felt out of place in Kota, but soon he realized there was no better place to study. “After enrolling at Allen, I became deeply engrossed in studying and enjoyed it. The national-level competition here motivates us to strive for excellence through healthy competition. Trust in the teachers is crucial,” he emphasized.

Despite the competition, Divyansh focused solely on his teachers’ guidance rather than worrying about other students. In his first minor test, he scored a perfect 720 out of 720, boosting his confidence significantly. He used a basic keypad phone and still has no social media accounts.

Diagnosis of Pneumothorax in July 2023 Divyansh recounted that after arriving in Kota, he began experiencing breathing problems in July 2023. “Tests revealed that I had pneumothorax, a condition where the lungs collapse. One of my lungs had burst, so I was breathing with just one lung. I was hospitalized for a week. During this time, Allen’s faculty regularly visited and motivated me. After returning home, I focused on preparing for the minor test and scored 686 out of 720, despite the week lost in the hospital.”

Treatment in Chandigarh and Delhi After his second minor test, Divyansh’s condition worsened. His father took him to the Army Hospital in Chandigarh, where he was admitted for two weeks but showed no improvement. They then moved to Delhi for further treatment, where he spent another two weeks.

“I fell ill on July 1 and returned to Kota in September after treatment in Chandigarh and Delhi.” Dengue After Pneumothorax

Just as Divyansh began studying again in Kota after three months of treatment, he contracted dengue. “I was bedridden for a week due to dengue, and once I recovered, my mother fell ill with dengue. I took care of her and visited the hospital daily. I returned to coaching on September 15. Despite losing a lot of time, my teachers welcomed me back, and with their support, I started from scratch again. It took about 10-15 days to get back on track. Other students were far ahead in the syllabus, but I focused on myself and followed my teachers’ guidance.”

Completing the Syllabus Two Days Before the Exam The NEET exam was on May 5, 2024, and Divyansh completed his syllabus on May 2. “With two days remaining, I listened to my teacher’s advice and did not study on May 3 and 4. Although I was tempted to revise, I reminded myself that if I forgot everything in three days, I wasn’t meant to be a doctor. I played football to relax. On May 5, I attempted the exam with the mindset that whatever marks I get will be by God’s grace.”

Divyansh’s journey is a testament to the power of perseverance and belief in oneself. It shows that with determination and the right support, one can overcome even the most daunting challenges.

Rabindra

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