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Assam tea seller cracks NEET exam in first attempt, set to study in AIIMS-Delhi.

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Rahul Das (24) used to sell tea to support himself and his mother. Due to his financial conditions, he left his studies in 2015 after he cleared high school. Although Das dropped studies after Class 12, he kept the dream of becoming a doctor alive and kept working towards it. His father passed away 11 years ago. Since then, the mother has been taking care of the family and raising Rahul and his brother.

Rahul Das said he would find time to study in between serving customers at his mother’s shop in the Patacharkuchi Chowk area of the district.

After a span of two years, he got admission to a diploma in plastic engineering at the Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering & Technology (CIPET).

He completed the course in three years with a distinction (85 per cent marks) and got a job in a multi-national company in Guwahati as a ‘quality engineer’ in October 2020 in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma had on Friday announced that all education expenses of Das will be borne by the state government, Devchowdhury added.

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