This boy took it all in his stride

During the first three months of college, Mohith S found it tough to even comprehend what his teachers taught.

Published: 31st May 2017 02:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st May 2017 06:51 AM   |  A+A-

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BENGALURU: During the first three months of college, Mohith S found it tough to even comprehend what his teachers taught. Coming from a small town of Chikkanayakanahalli in Tumakuru, his first exposure to city life threw a lot of challenges at him.Undaunted by the hurdles that came his way, Mohith, a student from Narayana PU College, went on to secure fifth rank in veterinary sciences.
“When I started attending college, I got nervous. It was a new place and I was staying away from my family,” he said.

“In my first three to four months, I was almost unable to grasp anything that my teachers explained. Chemistry was one subject I found tough. I did not give up.I requested them to give me more time. I followed what my teachers said and it helped me perform,” he said.
He attributes his success to the motivation his lecturers gave him.
His study routine was no less than four hours a day. He said that in his college priority was given to NEET preparations  and this helped him score better.

He also stood fifth in the state in SSLC with 99 per cent and has scored 97 per cent in PU II.
His father works as a senior health inspector at the taluk hospital. “My father had to take a loan for my education. Staying in another city meant additional expenses. However, he never stopped me from studying what I wanted,” Mohith said. After this, he wants to prepare for civil service exams.

Davangere boy secures second rank in CET

Davangere: “Hard work, studying as per time table, solving question papers of previous years and support extended by my parents and college staff helped me get a good rank in Common Entrance Test (CET),” said  Davangere boy Victor Thomas, who secured the second rank in CET for medical and first rank in veterinary sciences.  The PU II student is from Vaishanivi Chetana College for Science, Anjaneya Layout.  “I had hoped of securing a rank but not expected the second rank,” Victor said. He now wants to pursue MBBS.

They now look forward to NEET results

Bengaluru: Even as they have aced the CET exams and are eligible to avail Indian System of Medicine or Homeopathy seats in a college of their choice, these toppers are pinning hopes on NEET results. Rakshitha Ramesh, a Sri Bhawan Mahaveer Jain PU College student has bagged the first rank in both IISM and Homeopathy and RSc (Agriculture). She aspires to study neurology and is eyeing a seat in Bangalore Medical College and Research Centre. Ananya B C hopes to bag a seat through NEET. “I will have CET as a back up option,” she said. A student of Sri Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain College, VV Puram, she  secured Rank 4 in ISM and Homeopathy and third in BSc Agriculture.


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