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Counselling for NEET- MBBS 2021 admission provided

Hyderabad: Counselling for MBBS admission aspirants of NEET-2021 held at Dr. Gulam Yezdani Khan Educational Technical Welfare Centre, Chadarghat, Hyderabad under the Chairmanship of Khasif Ali Khan today.

Counselling for more than 200, NEET-2021 MBBS admission qualified aspirants was given by expert Councilor. Counselling for medical admission 2021 aspirants and issues being faced by them delivered in 6 hours long counselling given by the prominent Councilor Mr. Abdul Rub Arif Sir free of cost.

Former Deputy Director, Govt of India, Medical Services who is also the President of All India Muslim Federation, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Area Committee Dr. A.B. Ansari provided guidance including likely confusions, problems to be addressed by the aspirants in admission to MBBS 2021 course.

In his address as chief guest Sri. MA Mujeeb, (Senior Editor, Senior Advocate High Court of Telangana, & IAF Retd.) National President, All India Muslim Federation who is also ex-officio Chancellor of Progressive Bahujan Democratic Council (PBDC) delivered motivational lecture.

Mujeeb advocated to make MBBS academic goals to be made easy through self discipline, feasible forecast, planning, execution of academic curriculum as per given schedule necessary to reach MBBS milestone.

MA Mujeeb asked the Muslim parda-nashi girl MBBS admission aspirants to gather courage achieve all the heights. Mujeeb gave an example of hard work of a Muslim Lieutenant Colonel (Mrs) Sophia Qureshi of Indian Army who not only lead Indian Army Contingent in UN Peace Keeping Force but also restored peace in war torn Muslim world without prejudice to Islam. Colonel (Mrs) Sophia Qureshi has received laurels continuously for 5 years from the Government of India as the best officer in the United Nation Peace keeping roadmap to restore peace.

“You are also a similar human being can do better than any other human being, and whoever has a strong Will can not only achieve his or her goal but can also climb over Himalayas”, Mujeeb added.

Mujeeb assured all Muslim-OBC-SC-ST students including those MBBS 2021 batch aspirants that All India Muslim Federation and Progressive Bahujan Democratic Council are there behind them as guardians, next to their respective parents in their academic achievements. Mujeeb emphasized the need to improve Muslims intake in all the field of profession, public service, business and industrialization.

Mujeeb thanked prominent Medical Students Councilor Mr. Abdul Rub Arif sir, organizers of Counselling and the directors of Dr Gulam Yazdani Khan Educational Centre specifically Mrs. Yazdani Khan for promoting academic standards of underprivileged Muslim students in poorest poor localities in Hyderabad.

Advocate Md. Aizay Hussain lectured “Mile Stone reaching made easy” by the MBBS 2021 aspirants. Hussain proposed vote of thanks.