Rajouri boy tops CET 2014

RIYAZ UL KHALIQ

SRINAGAR

Jassimran Singh, Bilaval Suhaib and Tufail Ashoor from three distant districts of Jammu and Kashmir are the first three toppers of the recently declared results of J&K common Entrance Test.

This year’s CET topper: Jassimran Singh hails from Rajouri in Jammu region while Bilaval Suhaib is from D H Pora Kulgam and has topped J&K CET from valley while Tufail Ashoor from Sopore has got third rank making him second topper from Kashmir, respectively.

The results were declared late Saturday evening and the entrance test was held on 7&8 early this month.

Jassimran Singh did his twelfth from M V International School, Jammu. Hailing from Rajouri, Jassimran’s family is these days in Jammu for schooling of their children. He has scored 192.2 marks out of 210.

Speaking to Kashmir Life over phone from Jammu, father of Jassimran, Gurcharan Singh, who is a civil engineer by profession said, “It is Guru Ji’s grace and hard work of my son.”

Having had his two years coaching from Akash Institute Jammu, Jassimran could not be contacted. “The managing body of the institute had come here and have taken him with themselves to their office,” he informed.

“It is a wish of every parent to nourish their children so as to help society at large and that is what I as a parent am trying to do,” he said.

Bilaval Suhaib
Bilaval Suhaib

Speaking to Kashmir Life, second in the list,Bilaval said that it is hard work and luck that bore him the top position in CET. “Almighty God has been merciful to me and then definitely it is hard work and luck that worked,” he said. Bilaval has scored 187 points out of 210.

Son of a government teacher, Bilaval did two years course from Allen Carrier Institute, Kota and scored 88% marks in CBSE held twelfth exams this year.

“The prayers and financial help from parents are the key,” he said. “Besides, the guidance by teachers in Kota has been torch bearer.”

Single child of his working parents, Bilaval is all praise for his mother, who is a junior legal assistant. “She has been my inspiration,” he exclaimed. “The contribution of mother in upbringing a child is three times more than a father so we have to give credit to her three times more than we give to our father.”

Besides, Bilaval said, “I thank my grandmother for her prayers.”

Tufail Sopore

Tufail Ashoor Bhat from North Kashmir’s volatile Sopore area is at number three in the Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test declared results.

In a chat with Kashmir Life, Tufail credited his success to his mother’s love and affection. “My mother’s love and care has been the tonic to my success,” he said. Besides, Tufail said that the guidance his teachers gave him was of great help. Tufail has scored 182.6 marks out of 210.

“My teachers both at Sainik School and Coaching Institute have been a great help,” he said.

An orphan, success has been touching Tufail at every point. After his basic schooling from AFI Model School Dangerpora, Sopore, Tufail got selected in Sainik School Manasbal in class sixth in 2006. “The time period at Sainik School was very helpful in my over all upbringing,” he said.

Being one of the brightest minds in his batch, Tufail topped in Class twelfth with 88.8% marks amongst his class mates.

His teachers describe him the most obedient and hard working guy. “The three things that define a successful student – hard work, obedience and Intelligence are imbibed in Tufail,” G M Shah who taught him at Sainik School said.

This was Tufail’s second appearance in J&K CET and last year he missed chance of getting MBBS cadre by .6 points. “I got selected in Bachelors of Dental Surgery (BDS) but I left it mid way,” Tufail informed. “Mentoring at Kashmir Institute of Excellence, Parray Pora has been very helpful,” he said.

Tufail’s father, Muhammad Ashoor Bhat died after being shot dead in 2001. Tufail was first class student then. Since then his grandfather and two uncles have been taking care of him and his elder brother who is a 3rd year student at Degree College Sopore.

Close relatives of Tufail said, “Ashoor had shunned life of militancy and one day in 2001 while he was coming from market, unknown gunmen fired at him.”

Tufail said, “I don’t know exactly what happened that day as I was just a class first student.”

He continued, “my grandpa and uncles have nourished me in such a way that I never felt missing my father.” “But I pray no one’s father dies like my left me.”

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