Cracking NEET and JEE are the primary aim of most school students in India. So much is the competition that they cannot do without a rigorous training at pricy coaching institutions that have mushroomed all over the country. However, not all can afford it, specially students studying in government schools. To bring them on par with private school students, the Delhi Govt. has thought of giving them free coaching for NEET and IIT/JEE, reports the Logical Indian.

What is it?

As a part of their social activity, the Delhi’s government has announced free-of-cost classes for NEET and JEE aspirants who are studying in the government schools of the capital.

Career Launcher, India’s leading test-preparation organization and a division of CL Educate Ltd, has been roped in by the government for this purpose

Aims & Objectives

Heading this initiative, Mohan Prasad, Content Head, Career Launcher said “Our team is proud to offer the Delhi Government its support in launching a much-needed course for its science stream students: the JEE and NEET Crash Course…We are confident of doubling the number of their IIT JEE qualifiers with this initiative, which has already gone up from 40-50 to more than 300 with Delhi govt’s efforts in education, especially since their own teachers and officers of the Directorate of Education are actively involved in the process,” said Mohan Prasad.
Education Minister Manish Sisodia said, “Since 2015, the number of students getting selected in IIT-JEE has risen from 40-50 to over 300 selections today. This has been the result of constant hard work of the teachers and students of Delhi government schools. We thank Career Launcher and welcome them in building upon this success.”

How will it be done?

As per the agreement between AAP and Career launcher, special crash courses on NEET and JEE will be provided to aspirants. Students currently studying in Class 12 in Delhi government schools will get the training.

  • The Career Launcher site login details have been already provided to the respective students.
  • Additionally, Career Launcher organized special training for teachers so that they can help the students with the preparations.
  • The students have been taking the classes from January 21 between 7 pm to 10 pm.
  • For better preparation, the students will also get access to online tests and questionnaires-all free of any charge.
  • They will have 130 hours of training mainly on four subjects- physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics, reported India Today.

Source: The Logical Indian