Telangana: 190 TSWR Students get MBBS seats in the first round of Medical Counselling: Minister Koppula Eeshwar Congratulates
190 Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) students created history by securing MBBS seats in the recently concluded first round of medical counseling.
“The entire credit goes to the chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and the minister SCDD Koppula Eeshwar for sanctioning funds for conducting NEET coaching on par with the corporate institutions and thereby helping poor students fight their way out of poverty and achieve their dreams” said TSWREIS secretary, Ronald Rose.
Secretary congratulated the successful students and said “this is a milestone for the TSWREIS as never before such a large number of the first generation learners from humble family backgrounds made it to the medical colleges.
“The TSWREIS had sent 513 marginalized students to medical colleges in the last six years, a remarkable achievement in itself. Secretary praised teaching staff for their hard work in guiding poor students from villages, tribal areas and urban slums achieve their long-cherished dreams of joining medical colleges, IITs, NITs, premier higher educational institutions.
B Saani from Gowlidoddi college got a seat in Gandhi medical college, Hyderabad. He said, “my father is a sanitation worker and mother a laborer from Husnabad, Karimnagar. If not for the free NEET coaching, I wouldn’t have dreamt of preparing for the NEET exam given my family’s poor economic condition. I am indebted to the government of Telangana and to my teachers. I want to become a nephrologist and want to be remembered as poor people’s doctor” .
Spandana from Cherlapalem village, Mahabubbad district, secured admission in Osmania medical college, Hyderabad. She said “I am thrilled beyond my words at the thought of becoming a doctor. Our teachers motivated me a lot and very much indebted to them. I want to pursue Nephrology as a specialization”.
Neha, a semi-orphan hails from Nagarkurnool district and got admission Kakatiyma Medical College, Warangal. She said “I had decided to become a doctor when I lost my father at a young age and he died when I was in 5th class. It was this tragic incident in a way instigated me to pursue medicine. Poverty taught me several lessons in life and no one should die lack of money. My mother is a daily wage laborer, from Singotam village, Nagarkurnool district. I am indebted to my mother for her sacrifices and she courageously sailed through rough times and struggled a lot to educate me. Today, my dream became a reality. I am elated and can’t express my joy in words. Credit goes to my mother and teachers who constantly motivated me to give my hundred percent. I broke this news to my single mother and she is extremely happy. My ultimate aim is to serve the needy people”.