Vidyamandir Classes, a premier national institute for IIT/JEE and NEET preparation, is holding the National Admission Test (NAT) online on 9 May,16 May and 30th May 2021 for 2021 batch. Besides holding the self-assessment test, VMC also rewards the toppers with a scholarship of up to 40,000 INR. Students appearing for the examination can register latest by 29th May.
This National Admission Test is an online nationwide test conducted to help students assess their current preparation level in comparison to their goal of cracking IIT/JEE & NEET 2021. VMC treats NAT as an entrance examination conducted to grant admission to the aspirants in the institute. VMC helps the students in sharpening their preparation and attaining higher ranks in IIT/JEE & NEET exams. Given the unprecedented surge in Covid infection, owing to the second wave across the nation, many institutes have taken to the route of online coaching, in-line with government guidelines.
To curb formation and spread of covid chain the government has announced suspension of all offline coaching classes. Earlier this month, the Directorate of Education (DoE), issued an order stating that schools and educational institutes could hold teaching and learning activities from April 1 through digital mode for academic session 2021-22.
Adapting to the changing circumstances, VMC has again initiated online coaching sessions, which are being delivered by the best of the faculty members, including VMC founders. The institute takes pride in its faculty members who, despite a decade of in-person coaching, have well-adjusted to the e-learning platform. On the bright side the virtual platform, though has its own challenges, takes down the distance barrier as students can study and better their fundamental concepts from the comfort and safety of their home. To help students gain an edge over others, the institute also provides them with mock tests and special sessions for doubt clarification.
Promoting the online sessions as the need of the hour, Brij Mohan Gupta, Co-founder, Vidyamandir Classes, said that the onset of the deadly second wave has compelled people to rethink of different ways to resume the new normal life. He highlighted that on the bright side, it has helped the institute in gaining perspective and enabling the future generation in honing their abilities from home.