Faculties from Kota (Rajasthan) to open IIT study centre in Bhubaneswar

January 29, 2010 at 8:23 pm 2 comments

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

In a bid to enable more students from Odisha to qualify for the IIT and JEE entrance, ABLES Educations, Kota (Rajasthan) has decided to open its study centre in the capital. It would be its first centre in eastern India. Worthwhile to mention, Kota is famous for producing highest number of IITians in the country.

Addressing a Press conference here, Head Operations, ABLES Education Shiv Prakash Vijay said with his 28 high quality centres across the country, the institute has been able to help a number of students to qualify the tough examinations like IIT, AIEEE and medical test. “Around 30 per cent of our total faculties are from IIT back ground,” he said, adding that it selects its faculty and teachers through all -India recruitment programmes with preference for IIT and NIT graduates.

“Out of the totally 8,000 qualified for the IIT, 12 per cent are from our institutes,” he said, adding that there are regular tests for students like daily tests, simulator test and online test. “Bhubaneswar has the potential to become Kota of the East,” he added.

He further said one student has to pay Rs 50,000 to Rs 55,000 for the enrollment in the Bhubaneswar institute. Academic Director, ABLES Education Dr Bijoya Mishra said the new centre would function from April. “We have not yet decided the location of the centre,” she said, adding that all the faculties of the centre would come from Kota.

Senior Faculty members Venkar Panikiran, Rajat Gupta, eminent educationist Prof Priyambada Hejmadi were present on the occasion.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Shakti Prasanna Chand; M.Sc., M. Phil.  |  January 30, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    The students of 11th and 12th who are going to kota for preparation are failing in the class test and CBSE board exam. So what to talk of IIT. Being a lecturer in chemistry I personally feel that without teaching the basic things if they are tought things of IIT standard oviously they will fail. How ever you must be having the stastistics of Orissa students those who have taken addmission at kota and those who have qualified for IIT.Many other factors are also there for better reslt of Orissa students. If you need I can suggest only for Organic Chemistry which I use to teach and by addopting those I have been sucessful.

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  • 2. SHIV  |  February 5, 2010 at 11:46 am

    Its simple if a student does not prepare for school or board exams he has to fail irrespective of city, he is studying in.

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