BASE student Sankeerth Sadananda has once again made the state proud by securing All India Rank (AIR) 4 in National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2017, the results of which were announced on June 23. He has also emerged as the South India Topper. Another student from BASE Rakshita Ramesh has secured AIR 41 in NEET Result 2017. Sankeerth had also bagged AIR 27 the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS 2017 examination results announced recently.
A total of 11,38,890 students are said to have registered for NEET examination conducted in 10 different languages across 1,921 exam centres this year.
“For this success, I would like to thank BASE for their continuous support and encouragement. BASE puts lot of efforts in improving the fundamentals which helps in long run. The practice tests given by BASE were very helpful for me to identify my weaknesses and take corrective action. I thank BASE for giving me the exposure to set myself a goal worth achieving,” said Sankeerth.
“I am very happy about my results and thankful to all the BASE teachers for their excellent teaching, encouragement and support. Through their concept based approach, BASE has helped me a lot to prepare for competitive exams. I am very grateful to BASE for playing an important role in my success,” said Rakshita.
“I am extremely happy that our student Sankeerth has emerged as the South India Topper in NEET 2017 while at the same time many other students have come out with flying colours. BASE adopts the right approach of training students for NEET by way of concept clarity, application and solving numerical wherever applicable. We encourage self learning by the students from the beginning. Administer tests at regular intervals to monitor and analyse the progress from time to time since consistent performance is the key to success. We ensure that the entire journey of learning and performing is enjoyable. What strikes about Sankeerth is that he is very humble, dedicated, hardworking and religiously followed the process of BASE training. We hope that our students will keep weaving such success stories and we will continue to make a difference with the dedicated efforts of our faculty and carry on the legacy of the institution,” said Professor Y K Jayaramappa, CEO, BASE.
BASE was set up in 1991 by Dr. H.S. Nagaraja with the intention of increasing the number of candidates from Karnataka gaining entrance into IITs (Indian Institute of Technology), NITs (National Institute of Technology) and All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS). To learn more, visit www.base-edu.inPosted in Corporate