IMPORTANT NEWS!


NEET ANSWER KEY-2016

Around 50% of questions in various entrance exams are asked from the class XIth syllabus. The ideal time to start preparation is immediately after class X. This course provides a sound foundation in class XI for IIT/PMT preparation along with board studies. This programme is designed in three phases spread over two years.

 

In phase-I, Student will cover the XIth syllabus targeting the board and IIT/PMT exams. The entire class XI syllabus will be completed by the last week of January so that students are left with adequate time to prepare for their class XI final examinations.

 

A revision test series covering the entire syllabus of class XI is held in March after the school examinations.

 

In phase-II, Next academic session will start from the second week of April. The entire syllabus of class XII will be completed by mid-November and the class XI syllabus will be revised from mid-November to mid-January.

The XIIth syllabus will be completed well before their pre-Board exams in school. While preparing for pre-Board, students are given the revision classes for class XI syllabus considering the importance of this syllabus in entrance exams.

 

After board exams when the institute starts with the test and discussion programme for new students. in the month of march, the students of this course will be allowed for this programme, free of cost. The consent for this should be given by the students of this course, one month before the completion of their course.

 

Each students will be provided with the study material and assignments on all topics of all subjects.

Regular class test are conducted on the objective and subjective pattern to evaluate the performance of the students and the subsequent feedback is sent to the parents at regular intervals.

There are two options for Xth students applying for this programme :

1. Before Xth Board results (for Xth appearing students)
This course commences from the third week of April. Classes are held 3 days a week, 3 hours a day. Students are given the option of Regular Classroom programme (4.00 to 7.00 pm, 3 to 4 days a week) Frequency of classes may increase during vacations.

2. After Xth Board results (for Xth passed students):
This course begins in the first week of July and classes will take place 4 days a week, 3 hours a day. Frequency of classes may increase during vacations.