CHANDIGARH: Eliza Bansal, 17, from Punjab’s retrogressive territory of Lehragaga in Sangrur locale has bested in the placement test for the lofty All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.
Eliza scored 100 percentile checks in the passage for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course at AIIMS as per the outcome was pronounced on Monday.
Lehragaga, a metropolitan town in Punjab’s Sangrur area, around 165 km from here, does not have legitimate restorative offices and enough specialists itself.
Eliza, whose dad Vijay Kumar is an instructor of Economics in an administration school in Sangrur locale and mother is a homemaker, was an understudy of the DAV Senior Secondary Public School in Lehragaga.
She said that she generally needed to wind up a specialist and needs to enhance therapeutic offices in her general vicinity.
She took training from a private foundation from Patiala city.
Three understudies from Chandigarh and Panchkula made it in the best 10 positions in the AIIMS entrance test.
Mehak Arora (AIR-3), Manraj Singh Sra (AIR-4), Eishvauk Aggarwal (AIR-10) were in the main 10 list