Synchronized study of X Board, XII Boards, International Olympiads and National Level Scholastic Exams like National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) and Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY)
In a Major Announcement, The Joint Admission Board (JAB) – conducting body of the JEE entrance exam announced that the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) will be conducted through online mode from 2018 Onwards. In another major announcement the Joint Admission Board (JAB) declared that JEE Advanced question paper will now also have short answer type questions.
FIITJEE prepares you for JEE Advanced & JEE Main in a Pattern Proof Mode. This means that you are prepared to give your best and optimum performance even if the pattern of the exam is changed at the last minute. We are the only institute whose Students do well not only in JEE Advanced but also in JEE Main, NTSE, X & XII Boards & Other Engineering Entrance Exams.
All FIITJEE Students who qualified for JEE (Advanced) also scored well in their XII Board Exams thus figuring in the Top 20 percentile of their respective Boards.
The goal of the program will be to get a Top Rank in JEE (Main & Advanced). The program will also help you score high marks in X & XII Boards & also prepare you for NTSE / KVPY and Other Scholastic Competitive Examinations. In addition, this program will also lay a strong foundation for International Olympiads by enhancing student’s potential. Students joining this program will have more time to clear their fundamentals and practice extensively for JEE (Advanced), their ultimate goal!
IITs have restricted the number of attempts for JEE (Advanced). Students now just have two chances – one just after the XII board exams and the second immediately in the next year. They should try to succeed in JEE(Advanced) in the first attempt itself and not take unnecessary pressure as uncertainty of ill-health or any accidents while appearing for the second & last attempt could be too risky.
Till the eighties, it was alright if you started your preparation just after XI and at the beginning of XII, but even then to get Top Ranks you had to begin your preparation at the commencement of XI itself. In late nineties it became a norm to start preparation at the beginning of class XI and devote at least two years to train rigorously for JEE.
Now, with the increase in competition and keeping in mind that only two chances are available, only the very talented students can succeed by starting their JEE training in XI. But, if you do not have an inborn spark that can put you in Top rank students in JEE you have no other choice but to start as early as class IX to achieve the desired success in JEE.
Classroom contact hours of approx 1230 hours (265 in class IX, 284 in class X, 401 in class XI & 280 hrs. in class XII) excluding :
SS: Special Sunday Batch 6hr/day classes (Either 9:30 am - 4:15 pm or 11:45 am - 6:30 pm) on sundays and holidays.
WE: Weekend Evening Batch 3hr/day on Friday and Saturday / Sunday
RW: Regular Week Batch 3hr/day (5:20pm to 8:30pm) and 3-4 days in a week, Tests on Sundays
SW: Special Weekend Batch 6hr/day classes any time between 9:30 am 6:30 pm on sundays and holidays + 3hr (5:20pm to 8:30pm) class on Saturdays
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|Program||Approximate Fee without GST (Per Annum Fees in Rs.)|
|Four Year Classroom Program for JEE (Advanced)_RW||91,000|
|Four Year Classroom Program for JEE (Advanced)_Sunday||72,000|
|Four Year Combined Program for JEE Advanced||1,63,000|
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