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IITs to give DTH tution classes to JEE aspirants

It may be mentioned that, the offer of free tuition is being expected to attract an encouraging response from IIT aspirants around 1.2 million of whom appear for the JEE mains exam every year. India has as many as 23 IITs which admit around 10,000 admissions every year

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 13 Nov 2016 5:01 AM GMT

IITs to give DTH tution classes to JEE aspirants
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New Delhi: The Indian institutes of technology has decided to offer free tuition classes to students across India to help them crack The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). According to the IIT authorities the institutes wold start providing tuition from January next year through dedicated Direct to Home (DTH) TV channels and the internet to the students of classes 11th and 12th. who aspire to get admissions in the elite engineering schools.

V Ram Gopal Rao, Director of IIT Delhi said," We know what kind of conceptual understanding is lacking in a sizable portion of aspirants. Through our coaching we shall clear those and make them IIT-ready". "The National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) will prescribe the problems that students would have to solve", he further stated. Rao also said," Human Resource Development Ministry has provided full support in the exercise."

  • These tuition will be offered in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.
  • IIT Delhi is in charge of the project.
  • The project is being implemented by all the holder IITs including Delhi, Mumbai, Kanpur, Chennai, Kharagpur and Guwahati.
  • Some Kendriya Vidyalaya teachers have also been enlisted in the exercise.
  • The Professors will record at least 200 hours of lectures in each subjects.
  • Only 1,50,000 students are short listed for the JEE advanced stage for selection to the IITs.

It may be mentioned that, the offer of free tuition is being expected to attract an encouraging response from IIT aspirants around 1.2 million of whom appear for the JEE mains exam every year. India has as many as 23 IITs which admit around 10,000 admissions every year.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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