Jammu: A Sister and Brother duo who belongs to Tribal community of Pir Panjal area and who hails from the remote mountainous village of Dhanore in Rajouri district of Jammu region has qualified a MBBS programme at AIIMS in their first attempts without any tuition which has opened new horizons for them.
Umar Choudhary and Iram Shamim has brought delights by qualifying coveted AIIMS exam, the institute is a muse of millions of Indians who appear every year in AIIMS exam to live their dream.
Their mother is an Anganwadi worker who gets Rs 4000 salary a month. They have overcame all hurdles in life and became MBBS doctors at AIIMS.
After qualifying the exam, the District Administration and LG Government both awarded certificates to the siblings. They were also awarded certificates by the Indian Ministry of Tribal Affairs.
We have face so many predicaments in our life, but we have full faith on Almighty, we have put all our efforts to crack this exam and God has a plan for everybody Umar told media.
Our mother supported us since infancy. She is so supportive of us and used to push us in sports and extra-curricular activities to encourage us ahead in our excursion”, he added.
“I want to complete my studies at AIIMS and after that I want to come back in my Pir Panjal region to serve my people as they can t afford treatment outside J-K in big cities he remarked.
Rajouri is a border area and to reach in such a mega and famed institution of the country is a huge thing for us”, Iram told media confidently.
I will do my best in the institution and will help people of my community and my residents of J-K in general she added.