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Lockdown duration is difficult but could be proved as plus point for students who are preparing for JEE and NEET. Aspirants can utilise the time productivity by preparing for the JEE/ NEET amid lockdown by joining Online Classes, availing E-Notes & Crash course. Engineering and Medical Competitive exam aspirants are being facilitated with e-learning resources as they get extra time for preparation at home or Hostels amid lockdown. Several coaching institutes have started online Crash courses and facilitating e-notes for betterment in studies of JEE and NEET aspirants.
Online resources for preparation of competitive exams like JEE and NEET including Online Classes for JEE, NEET, enotes are made availavle now. Several institutes are providing e-learning facilities to let students remain in touch with studies amid pandemic crises. Experts on one hand also believe that preparation is difficult for Class 12th students who have made their minds for NEET / JEE exams as they have to focus simultaneously on both sides in comparatively less time.
But Aspirants of Engineering & Medical Competitive Exams are being facilitated with online classes, enotes and Crash Courses so that students can prepare effectively without any substantial burden and hurdles, said Institute head.
Institutes including Baloni Classes has started online Crash course. Chairman of Baloni group of Classes Dr. Navin Baloni and academic head Dr. Lalitesh yadav have said that both examinations were conducted in April and May and because of postponement of these exams students can prepare in more efficient manner as they are getting additional time for preparations.Online classes will help those who couldn’t attend the lectures due to lockdown. It will contain topic wise lectures, previous years papes, worksheets and regular interval tests. If students find difficulties then they can contact to subject teacher. For wards of coronavirus warriors such as medical, paramedical staff, media man and police, access of classes are free.
Amit Sriwastav who is running Maximum Classes says that it is not possible for JEE & NEET aspirants to come for Regular Classes amid lockdown. In view to this Group has started facilitating online lectures and e-notes are also being sent to the students to boost their preparations.
Every coaching institute is choosing online Crash course and promoting them. Students are also taking it as an opportunity to accelerate their performance in NEET and JEE examinations as no new dates are announced for the examination so students can prepare calmly.
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