Engineering Exams Preparation
Engineering is quite possibly one of the most opted for courses in India and also amongst the toughest. Regardless students try very hard to get through the numerous engineering entrance exams which are conducted for admission to top engineering colleges all over India. While not every aspirant can get through an IIT, but it is very essential that one puts their best foot forward.
Some of the important examinations which are held in India for admission to engineering courses are JEE Mains and Advanced, Karnataka CET, BITSAT, VITEEE , Kerala KEAM , COMED-K etc. The engineering entrance examinations are definitely no piece of cake and require a stringent routine to prepare for the same. Sometimes it is important to have a routine and make sure that you stick to it.
When it comes to engineering entrance exams, more than anything it is essential that you have a clear idea of the formulas and concepts rather than rote learning of things for the papers.
We have trained our teachers to teach the students with high interaction during the session. Our teaching pedagogy follows few most important steps to ensure effective improvement in students knowledge. According to our teaching pedagogy our teachers review students knowledge and make sure their knowledge level to planned topic accordingly. Our teachers mostly focused to teach concept with live example and conduct session on the basis of conceptual doubts.
Medical Exams Preparation
Doctors are always perceived as saviours. No wonder, then, that medicine is regarded as a respected and a lucrative career option by young professionals, today.
As of 2016, there are 412 medical colleges in India with a total capacity to train 52,765 Indian medical students each year at the under graduate level. More than 6.3 lakh students appeared for the all india level medical exam, AIPMT last year. Imagine the level of competition involved!
With the number of aspirants increasing each year, students with good preparation, and the ability to handle pressure have an edge to perform better in these medical entrance exams.
The first question that comes to mind, when you think about preparing for the medical entrance exam is the syllabus. The syllabus for almost all medical entrance exams, for the M.B.B.S programmes in India is similar. You can keep the AIPMT Syllabus as a reference point.
The exam preparation time varies from one individual to another, but the start of class 11th is considered the best time to start preparing for the medical entrance exams, since the syllabus for these entrance exams is almost same as that of class 11th and 12th.