Puducherry

Institute launches coaching for entrance tests

PUDUCHERRY, 25/11/2018: Kota-based Allen Career Institute on Sunday launched an entrance coaching initiative in collaboration with Aditya Vidhyashram Group of Schools in the city. Special Arrangement   | Photo Credit: Handout_E_Mail

Allen Career Institute, a player in the coaching space for premier competitive entrance tests (JEE Main/Advanced/NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER ) has launched a training initiative for aspirants in the region, in collaboration with the Aditya Vidhyashram Group of Schools here.

The ‘TALLENTPRO’ programme, which was formally announced on Sunday, is targeted at preparing students studying in class VI to XII for engineering and medical streams.

The aspirants will be mentored for a host of competitive tests for the 2019-20 academic season. The coaching extends to national level pre-engineering entrance examination (IIT JEE – Main and Advanced), pre-medical entrance examinations (NEET, Jipmer, AIIMS), National Talent Search Examination, the Government-run Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana scholarships as well as national and international Olympiads.

Tushar Pareek, Vice-President, Allen Career Institute, Kota, Rajasthan, said that classes would commence from April 1, 2019, at the Aditya Vidyashram Group of Schools campuses — Vedam campus at 372 & 374, M.G. Road, Bharathi Street and Gurugram campus situated at VIP Nagar, Villianur Main Road, Arumparthapuram.

The institute has opened dedicated helpline numbers (9741303080 and 9655995899) to guide students and parents.

Mahesh Yadav, Academic Head, Allen Career Institute said that all the faculty members mentoring aspirants in the city campuses would be from Kota and would be available here from March.

Santosh Singh, mathematics faculty at the institute, said the learning methodology developed by the institute that had helped scores of aspirants from across the country crack a range of competitive tests would be replicated in Puducherry.

C. Anandane, founder Aditya Vidhyashram Public School and Ashok Anand, chairman, hoped that the tie-up would enable talent from this region to break through the tough entrance tests and build successful careers.

Huge potential

Anudha Poonamalle, trustee Aditya Vidhyashram, said the intitiative had the potential to benefit aspirants not only from the city but neighbouring places such as Neyveli, Cuddalore, Chidambaram, Villupuram, Vellore, Chengalpet, Karaikal, Kalpakam, Tiruvannamalai and Tindivanam.

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