Free IIT-JEE coaching will be provided to meritorious students of Punjab by the Bhai Jaitajee Foundation (BJF) in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
BJF’s managing trustee Sardar Harpal Singh said that meritorious students from the Punjab will provided a seven month free Coaching in the subjects of Physics Chemistry and Mathematics for IIT entrance JEE 2014.
He said that BJF is collaborating with Anand Kumar of Super 30, who is based in Patna and had played a vital role in sending brilliant economically weaker section (EWS) students to IIT’s for the last 3 years.
“BJF has now decided to support these meritorious students with free quality coaching and free boarding and lodging at Chandigarh for SC/ST category students and General category students who belong to economically weaker sections,” he said.
Singh said that a selection test of desirous students will be held on August 25, 2013 at Chandigarh and those who qualify will be invited to join the batch starting September 02, 2013. The program includes daily six hours of teaching on week days and another six hours per day of self-study sessions with regular tests every alternate Sunday.
“Students who have passed their class XII board examinations with 80% and above marks and are desirous of joining IIT in 2014 are eligible to sit for the selection test. Registration for the test can be made till 21st of August over phone number 0172-5067367, 9888459330 or by emailing at email@example.com,” he added.
He added that renowned teachers who run independent coaching centers for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in the city have offered to teach these students from September 2013 to end of March 2014 and fully equip them to crack IITJEE-2014.
“These teachers have an outstanding track record of success of sending students to IIT’s and other top Engineering colleges of the country. In addition to subject teaching, BJF arranged sessions on career counseling and guidance, motivation, communication skills and value based personality testing and development, by outside experts,” he added.