by Saifullah Bashir
SRINAGAR: The NEET results have thrown up interesting surprises. Authorities recently booked three teachers from a south Kashmir seminary-school alleging they were radicalising their pupils. In today’s results, two of the former students who scored better belonged to the same seminary until their middles.
One of them is Kaisar Gulzar, 18, a resident of Srigufwara in Anantnag who scored 606 in the national level examination. Kaisar was a student of Sirajul-ul-Uoom till his eighth class. Then he went to a government secondary school and qualified tenth class examination from there.
After qualifying his tenth class examination with 466 marks, Kaisar flew to Rajasthan for a good education. Accordingly, he qualified twelfth with 443. Kaisar did a two-year course in Kota and the appeared in NEET exams. Kaisar worked hard to secure good points in the first attempt.
“This was the national level exam so I was nervous but finally I did it”, Kaisar said.
Kaisar was willing to study in Kashmir but an encounter forced him to left for Rajasthan. “In our village, one of the militants was killed and then my parents sent me Rajasthan”, he said.
During preparation days, Kaisar used to study for six hours and used to play games in order to engage his mind with activities. Parents of Kaisar are orchardists and they are now extremely happy with the achievement of their children.