Due to the Covid-19 across the entire country, different coaching institutes have come up with online classes to ensure that the students who are going to appear for JEE and NEET are not at loss. Vishnu Dutt Sharma who is the CEO of VMC stated that because of the current situation, the economy has been hit hard, and it becomes mandatory that students preparing for the toughest competitive exam such as JEE and NEET are not affected.
In addition to this, he also said that all the classes that have been planned as per the schedule are being taken up by the facilities without any kind of delay or disruption. The students can attend classes online until the situation turns better, and would return back to normal classroom once the lockdown ends.
With the help of their ‘Learn From Home’ programme, the institute has been enrolling and educating students who want to study exclusively online.
Sharma added on to it that the live classes that are being conducted follow the same pedagogy of high quality teaching as their coveted classroom programs, but turn out to be more cost-efficient as VMC incurs lesser costs in delivering these programs.
“Prime Class” has been launched by Aakash Institute, this program is an extended course which aims to bridge the gap and provide best test preparation for students, irrespective of their geographical location.
Aakash Chaudhry who is the CEO of Aakash Educational Services has stated that the course will be delivered with the help of new age satellite technology to students all across the country. To explain a concept, live interactive classes are being conducted by teachers and comprehensive study content is being prepared in the form of videos and animations.
As per the HRD Ministry, competitive exams like JEE and NEET for admission to medical and engineering colleges are likely to be conducted in the month of June.