Fri, Apr 10, 2020, 04:37 PM
Hyderabad, April 10, 2020:
- Career Point launches online classes for NEET & JEE aspirants
- Classes to commence from April 15 amid Covid-19 scare
Career Point, Kota based leading medical & IIT entrance examinations coaching Institute, announces online classes for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) aspirants from April 15 onwards to cope with the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.‘Career Point Live
’ enables NEET & JEE aspirants to learn from the best faculty from Kota, while sitting at home in any part of the country. It boasts of interactive live chatting feature that lets students communicate with professors on spot and clear their doubts. Combined with thousands of video lectures, mock tests, and result analysis that are being offered as a single package; it’s a one-of-its-kind coaching to ensure that students keep in touch with subjects and don’t lose the momentum of preparation for national exams during this lockdown period.
The online courses feature live classes every day and students would be provided access to archives along with the aforementioned features. The online classes will continue till lockdown and will later resume in classroom program at Kota and at respective study centres across the country. Some of the students who will not be able to join physically after lockdown can continue to avail this online coaching classes.
“There is high probability that the current lockdown may get extended. All the students can connect in real time through our online platform for the classes. The classes will be interactive as well,” said Mr. Pramod Maheshwari, Managing Director & CEO, Career Point.
Although the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and JEE have been postponed till further notice, students are more than happy with the extra time offered by the lockdown to prepare for the test using online coaching classes and video calls.
As the life comes to a standstill, thanks to technology, learning can continue. Tests are also conducted online. The students can remain at home for their safety while at the same time not lose out on coaching,” Promod Maheshwari further added.