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Webinar on JEE and NEET Preparation

The journey of academic life is highly competitive and a bit complicated for the students to choose the right platform at the right moment. Entrance examinations are hard nuts to crack for them as they are gateways for university and college admissions. In such circumstances, GISK has taken a big stride to help its learners achieve their goals of cracking medical and engineering entrance exams. GISK has pioneered the competitive exam preparation for the learners of classes IX and X Foundation course and XI and XII JEE & NEET Entrance Exam. With expert faculties and unmatched study material GISK aims at producing top rankers in JEE and NEET examinations.

GISK organized an online orientation programme on 22 May 2021 for its parents. This constructive webinar stressed the inevitability of JEE and NEET preparation for the learners of IX and X to promote the eligibility of the students to get admission in approved/recognized medical and engineering colleges in India and abroad.

Opening remarks and introduction of the programme was given by Mrs Sonia Budhiraja, the revered principal of GISK. She highlighted the action plans for the effective and timely implementation of JEE and NEET exams preparation so that the learners can easily face the impending challenges while attempting these entrance examinations. She explained how the school would avail the facilities for the same and provide study material to the learners.

Faculty members, who are highly experienced in training the learners for JEE and NEET, shared their opinions and showed their exuberant action plans to make the learners well-equipped for the above-mentioned entrance exams. Some of the parents presented their doubts regarding fees and syllabus. All the doubts and queries were solved by our respected Principal Ma'am and the faculty members. The parents were gratified with the efforts laid by the school to brighten the future of their wards. The programme ended with a vote of thanks by Mr David Kere, respected Vice Principal of GISK.

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