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Aryabhata (For X to XI Moving Students)


Target Class
IIT-JEE 2020
Course Name Aryabhata
Eligibility Class X appearing/passed students
Who Should Join A student appearing/passed in Class-X Board Examinations in 2017 with strong academic background especially in Science & Mathematics.
Course Commencement 07.04.2018|28.04.2018
Completion of the syllabus First year by 15.02.2019
Second year by 12.08.2020
Admission Process Admission through Selection Test

Super 45 Batch


Necessity of Entrance Test & Essentiality of foundation training


There are many children who get more than 90% in regular school exams but the success rate of entering into IIT is very less since they are acquainted to rote learning.


The student who qualifies/selected for RMO / INMO / IMO / or any Olympiads, NTSE is the most successful entrant in IIT. There are many children who are not aware of Olympiads and other competitions but still capable of getting into IITs.


We are in search of best collection of students who are ready to work hard and capable of solving open problems/exhibiting new ideas. For that reason we need to conduct a test to gather such students who are capable of getting into IIT / National level institutes after nurturing them with utmost care.


Even though we select students through screening test, it is not necessary that they are exposed to all the concepts. Since students come from different boards, they find it really difficult to adopt themselves to the new pattern. They lack some of the basic essentials like analytical logical thinking and proper approach towards the subject. Some might have not learned the concepts properly. This will really be a setback for them to crack JEE. So our specially designed course with experience acts like a bridge between.


A Course specially designed for those students who wish to take an early advantage by enrolling immediately after Class-X Board examination. The surplus advantage of 8 weeks in comparison to Aryabhata Course (begins in the month of April) gives them the exposure to the course curriculum of JEE (Main + Advanced), best utilization of the crucial summer vacations and early building of positive attitude. It also enhances their analytical thinking, conceptual learning and confidence levels to face the competition. Initially, the course begins with fundamental study as the students are not exposed to the syllabus and pattern of JEE (Main & Advanced).


It also rectifies the most of the shortcomings/mis-concepts informed above and homogeneity will be achieved which is useful for the teachers to go at the same pace in further classes.


Course Concept:


  • A Course specially designed for those students who wish to take an early advantage by enrolling immediately after Class-X Board exams.
  • The surplus advantage of 8 weeks in comparison to Arayabhata Course (begins in the month of April) gives them the exposure to the course curriculum of JEE (Main + Advanced), best utilization of the crucial summer vacations and early building of positive attitude.
  • It also enhances their analytical thinking, conceptual learning and confidence levels to face the competition. Initially, the course begins with fundamental study as the students are not exposed to the syllabus and pattern of JEE (Main & Advanced).
  • It also rectifies the most of the shortcomings/mis -concepts informed above and homogeneity will be achieved which is useful for the teachers to go at the same pace in further classes.

Course Structure:


The entire course is divided into two academic sessions:

  • First Year (During class 11th):
    During the first academic session, the syllabus which is common to school syllabus of Class-11th, will be taught to the students. We take care of the student till 10 days before the commencement of 11th Board Examinations and call them back immediately after board exams.
  • Second Year (During class 12th):
    Based on the performance of the students in periodic test , they are promoted to second year in Bhaskara Course.

Course Content:


  • Regular Classroom Coaching
  • 80 minutes lecture which is further divided into DPP discussion of 25 min, theoretical and conceptual learning of 55 minutes.
  • Five lectures per subject per week.
  • Total 585 lectures (approx. 195 lectures in each Course) in entire course.
  • Approximately 800 hours of Classroom Teaching + doubts clarification sessions.
  • Periodic Tests are conducted weekly. Once in a month in the form of Part Test & Cumulative Test.
  • Regular conduction of Doubt Classes

 

Distinctive Features:


  • Longest time availability as compared to other Courses.
  • Lays solid foundation of basic concepts of all the subjects
  • The focus of the Course is more on concept building & gradual improvement in the performance of the students.
  • Develops quick analytical thinking & systematic problem solving skills.
  • Good practice of JEE problems which ensure the clarity of every small doubt.