VIJETA NEET 2023-24 (JPM2)
Batch for Dropper NEET Aspirants
Distinctive Characteristics of This Batch:
- Daily classes ( Monday to friday)
- Evening Batches (for Regular School Attending Students)
- 11 Months of Continuous Rigorous Classroom Training
- 850+ Teaching Hours
- 25+ Minor & Major Tests
- Concept & Problem-Solving Tips & Tricks
- Post-Class Doubt Sessions
- Detailed Test Analysis Reports to Students and Parents
Why Choose This Batch?
Experiential Learning Model
Pioneer of the Experiential Learning Method for Teaching Advanced Exams. Learning by Rote methods is no longer necessary.
When it comes to identifying and developing each student's unique set of skills and interests, we use a technique called Psychometric analysis. This will enhance their Speed and Accuracy in everything they undertake
Counselling & Mentoring Sessions
Incorporating frequent counselling and mentoring activity based sessions with IITians might help students reduce stress and open up new opportunities.
Committed to Excellence
Our approach is grounded in the study of our pedagogy experts, who sought out to meet the Educational requirements of Competitive Exams through engaging, activity-based Learning Models.
Empowered Goal setting
Students are empowered and instructed to develop SMART goals, plan to attain them, and revise their plans as necessary. Their objectives are evaluated based on SMART sheets.
Sudhanshu Dubey Sir
Uma Shankar Sir
Keshav Trivedi Sir
One of the many benefits of joining this course was taking classes whenever I had time. I would make notes from the recorded lectures. The audio explanation of NCERT books was a real game changer for me. Teachers helped me with my doubts which made my concepts crystal clear.
I enrolled in this course in May 2020 when covid hit. I prepared with recorded lectures and practiced a plethora of questions that are available in this course. Studying theory and doing a lot of questions based on what I have prepared boosted my confidence and helped me score 650 in my NEET exam.
Kolaghat, West Bengal