Older brother helped in studies
Mandeep Singh of Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir topped the district in the state board with 98.6% marks. He said "My brother helped me with my studies during the lockdown Despite insufficient electricity supply and other challenges in my village Amroh, I managed to study."
now wanting to clear the neet exam
Mandeep got the biggest help from his elder brother who studied at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology in Jammu, but due to corona virus Returned home due to restrictions. Mandeep says that he now wants to clear the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) so that he can study medicine.
Focus on study instead of complaining about problems
Mandeep also said that the government has taken many initiatives to promote education in remote areas. He has requested the government to support the poor students and help them to achieve their dreams. Describing about his friends, he said that he complained of difficulty in studies during the lockdown, which was true. However, instead of complaining about problems, she focused on studying and worked hard.
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