At least three medical applicants from Tamil Nadu committed suicide within three days of conducting the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), a medical entrance examination. Following the tragic news, Major Madang Kumar, a former Indian Army officer, shared a moving message to NEET applicants. Sharing his story, officials said he was also an MBBS aspirant who once failed to pass the entrance exam and was still successful in his life.
Kumar lost NEET twice instead of once, with a margin of 9 marks, and then with a margin of 7 marks. He tried the 12th exam again to improve his score, but was unable to attend MBBS University. The retired major later enrolled in Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, but with family advice he dropped out within two months and continued to pursue engineering. After completing BTech in textile engineering, he obtained SSC and CDS and joined the Indian Army.
He then passed both the Combined Defense Services (CDS) and Short-Term Services Commission (SSC) exams and served the Indian Army. A retired Major from Tamil Nadu shared his story through a tweet.
He writes: I took a year’s break, improved my +12 score, and then reappeared. I encountered a troublesome accident on my way to the test center. I missed it with 7 marks. He also wrote that life gave him Indian troops, adding that “suicide is not the solution to failure.”
I missed 9 marks on my MBBS sheet for the cutoff. I took a year off to improve my +12 score and then reappeared. I encountered a troublesome accident in the middle of the test center. I missed it with the 7 mark.Life gave me #IndianarmySuicide is not the solution to failure. #NEETexam— Major Madang Kumar 🇮🇳 (@major_madhan) September 16, 2021
The retired Major shares clips on YouTube and keeps NEET applicants and their families hopeful of failure because of the many other relevant streams such as biotechnology, veterinary medicine, emergency care courses, and forensic units. I urged you. A medical university that students can choose.
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Retired majors who missed NEET twice by whiskers share an inspirational message for medical applicants
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