Ramlal's hard work paid off and he qualified in his 5th attempt in NEET 2023 and is now all set to pursue MBBS...
Digital Desk: The story of a Rajasthani teenager who cleared the NEET in his fifth attempt to become a doctor is absolutely inspiring and extraordinary.
Ramlal from Rajasthan is on his way to becoming the family's first doctor. The story of his life is unique because of the circumstances and hardships he overcame to obtain the position.
Ramlal was forced to marry at the age of 11 in Ghosunda village in Rajasthan's Chittorgarh district. He was in Class 6 when he was forced to marry due to their village's child marriage traditions.
He did, however, always desire to study and finish his degree. Although his father was not enthusiastic about his son's academics, he recognised his son's talent and later encouraged him, according to a Times Now story.
Ramlal's wife has also completed Class 10 and has decided to assist her husband because she sees his enthusiasm and determination. Ramlal attended a Hindi medium government school in his area and received a 74 percent on his Class X exams.
Later, he enrolled in Plus II Science while also studying for the NEET UG exam. His first attempt came in 2019, during his 12th grade. He did not make it, but he did manage to score 350 by studying on his own without any assistance.
He received 320 points on his second attempt and 362 points on his third. Finally, he chose to take classes at ALLEN Kota and seek coaching assistance. Despite scoring 490 points on his fourth attempt, he may make the list.
Finally, his efforts paid off, as he passed NEET 2023 on his fifth attempt, and he is now on his way towards doing MBBS. After the news reached his village, the delight of his family members knew no bounds.
Ramlal now aspires to be a top doctor and to make his community and country proud.