Shree Gurudev Sewa Ashram’s noble gesture towards NEET aspirants

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 11 May 2017 10:21:15


Staff Reporter,

CENTRAL Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) in a neat manner on May 7. Over 30,000 candidates appeared for the examination conducted at 54 centres in city.

Students not only from city but from upcountry and adjoining places of the nearby district chosen Nagpur as a centre for the examination. Shree Gurudev Sewa Ashram of city made arrangement of lodging and boarding for the out station candidates free of cost coming for the exam.


Adv Ashok Yawale, one of the main organisers of the event, while talking to ‘The Hitavada’ said, “Since Nagpur is one of the main centre, many students from nearby districts opt for it. We at Nagpur are organising many event and distribute free meals on several occasions.

The students coming for the exams are mostly teenagers and are accompanied by their parents. We thought of providing free loading and boarding to the students from May 6,” Shree Gurudev Sewa Mandal’s team including Satvik Thaware, Krupal Bhoyar, Suresh Rajurkar, Gyaneshwar Rakshak, Praveen Paradkar, Tapas, Subash Bangade, Anand Mathane, Vitthal Punse informed people about services on social media.


“We had given option of prior registration, to avoid rush on time. More then 90 students and their parents took the benefit of the services,” informed Subash Bangade. Gyaneshwar Rakshak added, “People spend lot of money on several celebrations. We thought that this is a crucial examination and people from other cities, many of them coming for the first time to the city.

They even don’t no the centre and places to stay, as well as to find quality food amidst scorching heat. We decided to help them.

This is the true help to the aspairing doctors of the country.” This was a noble gesture, very rare to see. Even aspirants coming for other exams like police recruitment etc often are forced to sleep on the railway platfrom.


A little help to the strugling youths can carry a good name for the city. “Its a new begining and we will continue the same in future also,” said Praveen Paradkar.