All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) announced the results for AIIMS MBBS 2018 on 18 June. Those who appeared the exam can check the results through the official website, aiimsexams.org

The examination was conducted on May 26 and 27. AIIMS Delhi is the No. 1 medical institute in the country and hence the epicentre of every medical student.

The Toppers

Eliza Bansal, a 17-year-old girl, bagged all-India rank 1 in Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery entrance exam. Not only in AIIMS, she also made it to the top in the KVPY exam. The meritorious girl hails from Sangrur, Punjab. She aspires to become a cardiologist in future. Eliza credits her success to her family. Her father, Vijay Kumar is a government teacher.

“I did not expect to top the exam,” – Eliza Bansal

Ramneek Kaur Mahal has secured AIR 2 in her MBBS. She also got the 10th position in NEET this year. Ramneek belongs to Bhatinda, Punjab. A student of Allen Kota’s Distance Learning Programme, she aspires to be a neurologist.

“I was not expecting even to pass the AIIMS examination as I found it very tough but now when I have bagged AIR (all-India rank) 2, I cannot describe my happiness in words,” says Ramneek.

Mehak Arora attained AIR 3 in the same examination.

All three girls proudly acquired 100 percentile, giving wings to their dreams and setting a milestone for themselves.

The story repeats

Last year, Nishita Purohit who is from Gujarat, topped the exam securing AIR 1 with 100 percentile.

This year, the cut-off list has decreased marginally. According to the experts, the paper was a bit typical this year. Yet, we come across ambitious girls grabbing top positions in the toughest exams and building their dreams into reality.

Read also: Meenal Parakh Tops Among Women in JEE Advanced; Secures AIR 6

Udisha Srivastav is an intern with SheThePeople.Tv

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