To help understand the level of preparedness and to gear up for the joint entrance exam, FIITJEE is conducting talent reward exam (FTRE) on June 9.

The exam aims to help aspiring students to learn from their peers, learn different concepts and hone their conceptual and analytical abilities before they appear for JEE 2014.

Those who secure a rank among top 500 in the exam will get an achievement certificate apart from a free online reference support to help prepare for the main exam. Based on the individual’s performance, top 500 meritorious students will be eligible for cash scholarships, tuition fee waiver for FIITJEE programme apart from a waiver for hostel fee.

Encouraging the students, director of FIITJEE R.L. Trikha said: “It is important to start preparing early for JEE. FTRE focuses on time management techniques and revision strategies that help students analyse their strengths and weaknesses.” Further details log on