Delhi NEET topper shares his success story

06 Jun, 2019
Delhi NEET topper shares his success story

Bhavik Bansal, the Delhi topper of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), shared his success mantra in NEET exam. He said that watching standup comedy acts on YouTube worked as stress-buster for him every time when the burden of studies hit him hard. On Wednesday, the nationwide result of NEET for admission to MBBD and BDS was declared. Bhavik Bansal secured 700 out of 720 marks and was declared the Delhi topper. As per him, he expected to be in the top 10 list but never imagined to be in the slot of top 2.

He told PTI over the phone from Mumbai, “I was confident of being among the top 10 rank holders, but the second rank is a surprise. I used to stay at home and prepare for the exam, and my parents motivated me all the time. All this has been possible due to their motivating words.”

Parents of Bhavik are in service under the Delhi Government. His mother teaches physics in a government school while his father is an accounts officer.

The reporters when asked him about his social media usages while study, he replied that he doesn’t like watching television that much, rather he regularly checks standup comedy acts on YouTube to burst out the stress. As per him, there is liberty with online content to choose what you prefer and enjoy the most.

Bhavik Bansal is currently participating in International Biology Olympiad in Mumbai. If he gets through the 35 candidates in contention, he will be representing India in Hungary.

In class 12th board examinations, Bhavik secured 93% marks from Vivekanand School, Delhi.

According to the east Delhi-based NEET topper, “NCERT books are like Bhagavad Gita for NEET preparation as well as board exams. Hence, the syllabus remains the same.

While talking about his future plans, he said it’s too early to make any prediction about his future. He is fond of studying Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. After completing MBBS only, he will be able to choose the specialization.

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.


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