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Delhi Govt to provide free NEET & JEE coaching classes to Govt School Students

In good news, the Delhi government came up with a huge announcement stating that the government school students will be given free coaching classes for NEET and JEE preparations, as a part of their social activity.

However, according to the agreement between AAP and Career launcher, exclusive crash courses on NEET and JEE will be provided to aspiring minds. Students currently studying in Class 12 in Delhi government schools will get access to free training. The students have already been given login credentials to the Career Launcher site.

Credits: TheHindu.com

Moreover, Career Launcher organised special training for teachers so that they can guide the students with the preparations. The students have been attending the classes from January 21 between 7 pm to 10 pm.

The students will also get free access to taking online tests for better preparation. Additionally, they will have 130 hours of training primarily on four subjects like physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics, as reported by India Today.

Leading 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 added, “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 the constant hard work of the teachers and students of Delhi government schools. We thank Career Launcher and welcome them in building upon this success.”

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated the construction of 11,000 classrooms for 200 government schools. “Building infrastructure isn’t rocket science, but the way how confidence has been instilled in the teachers of Delhi government schools, through exposures at the most reputed institutes of the world like Cambridge, Oxford and Harvard,” Mr Kejriwal said.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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