B. Shafiullah, Secretary Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society (TMREIS) said that four students of Telangana Minorities Residential Junior Colleges have created history by securing medical seats in the recently concluded first round of medical counselling.
Tahura Masood got seat in MBBS at Dr. VRK Women’s Medical College, Md Saifuddin got seat in MBBS at Ayaan Medical College, K Ram Babu got seat in MBBS at Gandhi Medical College, E Sravan Kumar got seat in BDS at Jamia Millia, New Delhi.
“Our life depend on daily wage earing and my husband is lone breadwinner in my family. If my daughter was not provided free NEET coaching by TMREIS, my daughter would not have passed it out, as our financial condition is not good to bear fee etc. I am very much thankful to the Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao for establishing TMREIS for the poor families,’’ said, Tahura Masood’s mother, who is likely to join Dr. VRK Women’s Medical College.
Md. Saifuddin, who decided to become a Cardiologist after losing his parents at a very young age, said, “My grandparents and uncle sacrificed and struggled a lot to educate me,” he added. Saifuddin will be joining Ayaan Medical College.
Similarly the other students despite several hurdles, they proved their worth by getting MBBS seats in different Medical Colleges.
“Our teachers motivated me a lot. My parents work as labourers. No words are enough to thank the Government of Telangana and my teachers for their support,” said K. Rambabu of who hails from Kothamarthy village in Nalgonda district, who will be joining Gandhi Medical College.
Another students E. Sravan Kumar, who bagged seat in BDS at Jamia Millia, New Delhi expressed happiness, “I am thrilled beyond my words at the thought of becoming a doctor. Poverty taught me lessons in life and made me realise that no one should die due to lack of money,”
Koppula Eshwar, Minister for Minorities Welfare, Government of Telangana and A.K Khan, Advisor to Government of Telangana, Minorities Welfare & President TMREIS congratulated the students for their outstanding performance and making their way to secure MBBS seats.
B. Shafiullah, Secretary, TMREIS thanked Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao for his vision of providing highest quality education to poor minority students, who have nurtured their dreams of becoming doctors overcoming poverty and several obstacles on their road to achieve their dreams and providing NEET coaching on par with corporate institutions, thereby helping poor students fight their way out of poverty and achieve their dreams.
He congratulated the students for scripting success and appreciated the teachers for fulfilling the dreams of students from less privileged backgrounds. He said the State government’s policy of providing top-notch NEET and IIT coaching facilities to medical and engineering aspirants had played a crucial role in producing a large number of NEET and IIT rankers.