Labourer’s Daughter Tops NEET with Rs 8000 Family Income, got AIIMS admission

EducationLabourer's Daughter Tops NEET with Rs 8000 Family Income, got AIIMS admission


Recently, the NEET success story of the laborer’s daughter, Charul Honariya, comes. As we know, NEET, the National Eligibility cum Entrance test, is the toughest entrance exam to crack, but one girl recently beat this exam and topped in NEET Exam. It is the story of a laborer’s daughter named Charul Honariya. 

About charul Honariya

Charul Honariya is the daughter of labourer who top in NEET exam and achieve admit in AIIMS. It is a big, inspiring, and successful story for us. She hails from kartarpur village, UP. Her farmer is a small-scale farmer struggling to fulfill their needs. Charul’s father used to work hard all year, farming on his small land and running as a laborer for other farms.

Managing a family of 7 becomes tough work for Charul’s father, with their complete family income in keeping with the month being simply around Rs 8000. However, the 18-year-old lady in no way permitted the cross of her youth dream of becoming a physician and labored hard closer to her purpose.

Charul in studies 

Charul was weak in English and started to improve her language abilities in Class 6. Soon, she utilized her zeal for training and began preparing for the medical entrance exam NEET while she was in Class 10. Her family did now not have money for private training, so she ended up applying for a scholarship and entered right into the top NEET training center.

After getting ready for 2 years, Charul Honariya handed her Class 12 assessments with 93%, being one of the toppers in her district. 

Charul Honariya appeared in the NEET Examinations. 

Charul first appeared in the NEET examination in 2019. However, she was not happy with her rating. In her 2d try, she becomes one of the toppers in NEET 2020. With a stellar rating of 680 out of 720, Charul got an all-India rank (AIR) of 631, moving into AIIMS New Delhi and soon becoming a health practitioner.

Although, first of all, weak in English, Charul started out honing her language abilities in Class 6. Driven by her ardor for training, she launched into her journey to prepare for the NEET exam in Class 10. Faced with financial constraints, she applied for a scholarship, getting access to a leading NEET coaching center.


After two years of self-studies, Charul Honariya not only qualified in Class 12 tests with an impressive 93% but also emerged as one of the top performers in her district. Charul’s first try on the NEET examination in 2019 left her unhappy with the score. From them, she aims to take the NEET exam again. She persisted in her efforts and decided to make 2nd try in NEET 2020. However, her aim was to crack the NEET exam and secure admission to AIIMS New Delhi, where she achieved success. She tops in the recent NEET examinations and secured admission to AIIMS. 

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