Chandigarh: For Arushi Jain’s family, Wednesday became the best day of their life after they got the news that after topping the tricity by bagging rank 10 in the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) entrance exams, now their daughter has again brought laurels to the city and her parents as she bagged AIR 2 rank in the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) exam.
Daughter of Jaspal Ram, an SDO in the Irrigation Department, Punjab, and Chander Kiran, a Hindi teacher, Arushi always dreamt of becoming a doctor since childhood. “I’m ecstatic. My dream of becoming a paediatrician will now be fulfilled,” said the chirpy girl, who says her brother Mohit is her inspiration. He is currently studying at the IIT. Arushi studied at St Anne’s Convent till Class X and thereafter from Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 19. She was the topper in the medical stream among the city government schools with 95.6 per cent marks and were regularly took coaching from Lakshya.
While the JIPMER MBBS result 2016 were declared here on Wednesday. The exam was conducted at 275 test venues on June 5. Over 1.5 lakh applications were received by the authorities for 200 seats in JIPMER. The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) is a medical school in India, and the oldest to teach European medicine in Asia. JIPMER is located at Pondicherry, the capital of the union territory of Puducherry, in southern India. DP Correspondent Chandigarh Baba Farid University for Health Sciences (BFUHS) PMET 2016 results have been delayed due to 379 objections raised by candidates, says the official website of BFUHS.
Following the objections, the University has formed three committees to avoid any mistake. The result that was slated to be declared here on Wednesday has been delayed. Fresh date for declaration of results is yet to be announced by the University, which has requested the candidates to bear with the delay in declaring the result. The exam was conducted on June 11. Over 14,000 candidates appeared for the examination for as many as 7,000 MBBS and 1,000 BDS seats in government colleges and government quota seats in private colleges.
While earlier the exam that was held 2016 held on June 11 was marred by protests from students against out of syllabus and erroneous questions as about 12 out of the 145 candidates who appeared at the Sector 34-A centre have demanded a re-conduct of the exam. The candidates appeared in the second shift of the exam from 2 pm-5 pm. Notably, the Punjab PMET was held on June 11 at 33 examination centres across the state. As many as 16,000 students had appeared for the exam that was conducted in two shifts 10 am-1 pm and 2 pm-5 pm.
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