SRINAGAR: Boys have outshone girls by bagging first three positions in the J&K Common Entrance Test (CET) 2014.
Jassimran Singh, Bilaval Suhaib and Tufail Ashoor bagged first three positions, respectively as the CET results were declared Sunday. The examination was held on June 7-8.
Bilaval Suhaib, who belongs to Damhal Hanjipora in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, has topped CET in the Valley, with 187 points out of 210.
The topper, Jassimran Singh is from J&K’s frontier district of Rajouri while Ashoor, who stood third, is from apple town Sopore.
Singh scored 192 marks out. He has passed his Class 12 from MV International School, Jammu.
Suhaib, son of a government teacher, had his education from Allen Carrier Institute, Kota Rajasthan, and in his CBSE examination for Class 12 he scored 88 percent.
Ashoor told Kashmir Reader that “it was all by the grace of Almighty that I was able to make it so big.”
“Everyone in the family supported me, but it is all because of Almighty Allah with whose help I qualified,” said Ashoor who scored 182.6 marks.
“I lost my father in 2001, and after that my mother along with my uncle and grandfather looked after me. But the credit of my success goes to my mother,” he said.
Ashoor had his basic education at ASI Model School Dangerpora, Sopore till Class 6. He then went to Sainik School Manasbal from where he passed his Class 12.
This was Ashoor’s second appearance in the CET. Last year he missed MBBS only by 6 points.
Meanwhile, according to the JK Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE), the counseling of the candidates (PCB Medical) for admission to government/private medical institutions of the state shall start from July 3, and the day wise schedule together with the seat matrix will be uploaded on the official website.