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StudentEo,e1/4,aos hard work pays off.

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MUSCAT Eoe1/4" Komal Sanjay Jog a student of Indian School Al Ghubra has achieved the unique distinction of securing admission in the Bangalore Medical College through merit.

She passed the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) an entrance exam conducted by CBSE board for medical admission by securing 514th rank in general merit and 517 over all.

AIPMT exam is taken by about 200,000 students and are conducted in two phases the prelims and mains.

The AIPMT board shortlists 10 per cent of the students from the prelims which is of an objective format with negative marking.

The mains exams were conducted in subjective format till year 2009 upon which they have shifted to the objective format.

Similarly about 67,000 students attended Karnataka CET and Komal has secured the 111th rank in Karnataka Common Entrance Exam.

She also secured the 69th rank in All India Entrance Exam held for the private and government aided medical colleges of Karnataka and 226th rank in All India Entrance Exam conducted by Kasturba Medical College of Manipal.

Eoe1/4EoA focused approach and hard work saw me through,Eoe1/4A[yen] Komal says.

Her father Sanjay Jog adds Eoe1/4EoAIPMT was one of the most difficult entrance exams and as far as I know Komal might be the first student from Oman to clear the exams despite the fact that here you donEoe1/4aot get the kind of coaching and facilities available in India. We went through a lot of hassles in applying and attending the various examinations.Eoe1/4A[yen]

Eoe1/4EoI hope her story is one of inspiration for parents as well as students who are aspiring to do this,Eoe1/4A[yen] he says.

Komal performed impressively in her 12th board exams too by securing 92 per cent.

Apart from studies she excels in drawing and painting and has won various competitions. She is also a keen ice skater having cleared the figure skating.

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