The Indian Air Force on Sunday congratulated Akanksha Singh who secured AIR 2 within the NEET examination 2020. Akansha Singh is the daughter of veteran sergeant Rajendra Kumar Rao (Retd) and mom Ruchi Singh is a main college trainer in a village.
Akanksha, who hails from Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, scored 100% marks within the NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test) examination.
“#Congratulations Ms. Akanksha Singh, daughter of #IAF veteran Sergeant Rajendra Kumar Rao (Retd), who has scored 100% in #NEET2020. IAF wishes her the best for her future,” the IAF tweeted.
— Indian Air Force (@IAF_MCC) October 18, 2020
The NEET topper studied in Kushinagar until the 10th normal and handed her 11th and 12th class from Delhi’s Pragati Public School.
Speaking to IANS, Akanksha stated that the lockdown interval gave her further time to arrange for the medical entrance examination, not like different college students who demanded that the examination be postponed.
“I wanted to become a doctor. After passing class 10, I came to Delhi for my plus two (class 11 and 12) and also joined coaching here,” IANS quoted Akanksha as saying.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday launched the outcomes of the NEET 2020 examination on its official web site. With the declaration of outcomes, the NTA has additionally launched the ultimate Question and Answer (Q&A) keys.
Both Akanksha Singh from Delhi and Soyeb Aftab from Odisha are the highest scorers within the NEET examination securing 720 of 720 marks.
NEET, which is a nationwide stage entrance check for medical and allied programmes, was performed by NTA on September 13.