24 - 04 - 2019

School of Science will impart free coaching with scholarship

Agartala, Dec 4, 2018: Like previous years, this year also School of Science will impart free coaching with scholarship to 100 students for NEET & JEE – 2019.

Addressing press conference, Abhijit Bhattacharjee  principal of the leading institute for all joint entrance and competitive  exams here in Shyamali Bazaar said, “ School of Science has decided to offer free coaching with scholarship of Rs. 1000 per candidate to 100 aspiring students.The coaching will be given for national eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) and JEE  - 2019”

“Of the total 100 students, 50 seats will be available for UR while ST and SC students will have 15-seat share each community. As many as 10 seats will be for OBC student and five seats each for minority and BPL” Bhattacharjee said.
“The selection will be done on the basis of a screening test to be conducted on December  15 ( Saturday)  from  10 am to 1 pm  in Nazrul Kalashetra  while the result will be declared on  December 16 ( Sunday)t at 5 pm.The free coaching class will start from  December 17.Application forms will be collected from the institute’s office at Shyamali Bazar area from December 5th   to 14th .Altogether 760  of School of Science have been able to crack medial and engineering tests  so far””  he said.

Principal, School of Science  informed  the institute will celebrate silver jubilee for imparting competitive exam. So far  140 students of the institute  is working in the state administration as civil service officers.  More than 700 students qualified in different category of TET exam, headmaster, assistant head master and inspectorate of schools.

Bhattacharjee said,” For meritorious and underprivileged students the institute charges no fees, coaching is imparted absolutely free and even given scholarship. For children of media person the institute provides free coaching”

It's a moment of pride for the institution to launch such a program. With honesty and dedication one can definitely gain his goals, he added.