510 students of Al-Ameen Mission  (West Bengal) Qualify NEET Exam

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510 students of Al-Ameen Mission (West Bengal) Qualify NEET Exam

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Kolkata: As many as 510 students of Al-Ameen Mission have qualified for NEET this year, and most of the students are from the most backward districts of West Bengal.
In a statement, Al-Ameen Mission founder Nurul Islam said that nearly 1,800 students appeared for the NEET examination this year for admission in medical courses. Among them, at least 500 to 550 students would get the opportunity to study medicine. The highest number of them comes from some of the backward districts of the state. 139 candidates belong to Murshidabad and 89 to Malda.
Apart from them, 50 students hail from South 24 Parganas, 50 from Birbhum, 33 from North 24 Parganas, 25 from Burdwan, 24 from Nadia, 16 from Uttar Dinajpur, 15 from Dakshin Dinajpur, 13 from Howrah, 12 from Hoogly, 11 from Bankura, 10 from East Midnapore, 8 Coochbehar, 7 from West Midnapore, 3 from Kolkata, 2 from Purulia and 3 from some other districts.
Speaking with Islamic Voice, Nurul Islam said most of the students who have qualified NEET from Al Ameen Mission belong to very poor backgrounds and weaker sections of society. We nurture their talent, develop their intellect and provide them with an excellent environment to come out with their best.
At present, around 6838 students (40%) enjoy half-free studentship and 4257 (25%) enjoy full accessible studentship facilities from the Mission.
“We utilize Zakat and Sadaqah funds to achieve our goal and play our role in nation-building. We urge the community members to support our efforts, “he said.
Al-Ameen Mission, headquartered in Howrah, has been credited to have produced more than 3500 doctors (MBBS & BDS) and 3000 engineers so far, apart from scores of researchers, administrative officers, teachers, and professors. It currently runs 70 coaching institutes in 20 districts of West Bengal.
The organization teaches 17,000 residential students, and it has more than 3000 teachers and non-teaching staff. The main campus of Al-Ameen Mission is located at Khalatpur (Udaynarayanpur) in the Howrah district of West Bengal.