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FAQ - Admission Process

Ques 1.What is the criteria for admissions in various programmes being offered by Resonance for IIT-JEE?
Ans Resonance conducts an Entrance Exam called ResoNET every year for its various courses.Admissions will be based on applicant's performance in ResoNET.

Ques 2.How many students you generally takes in each course/Do you have particular no. of seats for each course?
Ans The intake depends on the cut off marks of the ResoNET in each course.There is around 25% increment in the strength of the students in each course every year.

Ques 3.How can I get your application form?
Ans You can get the application form: in person,by post/courier and through our website you can apply online.

Ques 4.How and Where to send your complete application form?
Ans The application form must be sent by registered post/speed post/courier to Kota Head Office in such a way that it reaches us on or before the last date of the submission.The form can be submitted at Kota or any other Study and Information Center if it is being submitted in person at the institute.

Ques 5.How to check the application status?
Ans You can log on to our website to see the status of your application form or DD during entire administrative process by entering the application form no. only.

Ques 6.Student already enrolled in PCCP,what will be admission procedure for your foundation course?
Ans The student will be given the application form free of cost from PCCP Department which you need to fill and submit at Resonance and shall appear in ResoNET for the foundation course.

Ques 7.What is the mode of payment of fee in Resonance?
Ans All the students who will be declared qualified in ResoNET can deposit their course fee for the new academic session by making Demand Draft/Pay Order of required amount from any bank in favour of Resonance payable at that particular Study Center where the student wishes to study.It can be deposited in SBI Bank through Challan provided along the Admission Packet.The details are mentioned in ResoGuide (available with Admission Packet) and on Institute's website under Fee section.

Ques 8.What should I enclose with the application form?
Ans Attested photocopies of marksheet of 9th,10th,11th,12th and competitive examinations (whichever is applicable to the student) must be enclosed along with the form.

Ques 9.What if I do not receive my admit card of ResoNET on time?
Ans If you do not get the admit card in due time (3 days before the scheduled date),don't get worried.You just have to reach the test center 30 mins before selection test along with the photocopy of filled application form.You will be allowed to appear in the selection test at the venue you had choosen earlier.You can also download the duplicate admit card from the website.

Ques 10.What is the criteria for admissions in various programmes of AIEEE & NEET(AIPMT)?
Ans Admission is based on First cum First serve basis for the various of AIEEE & NEET(AIPMT).

FAQ - General Inquiry

Frequently

Asked Questions (FAQs) about Resonance

Q.1 Will the preparation at Resonance help my ward to undertake JEE (Main/ Advanced) competently?

Ans. JEE (Main/ Advanced) is aimed at testing problem solving skills in the Physics, Chemistry, Maths portion of NCERT syllabus of class XI & XII. Only top 1, 50,000 candidates (including all categories) who will qualify in Paper I of JEE (Main)-2015 & student need to be in top 20 percentile in their respective board in class XII or must have scored 75% (For GEN/OBC) or 70% (For SC/ST) in Class - XII Board examinations to be eligible to get a seat in IITs. To get a seat in NIT/IITs & other CFTIs : a common merit list will be prepared by giving 40% weightage to class XII board & 60% weightage to JEE (Main) 2015 performance. The course curriculum will comprise of coverage of the board syllabus, giving them a Board Pattern Work Sheets & Board Pattern Test to help the students attempt the board exam as well as advanced level questions of Physics, Chemistry, and Maths in JEE (Main / Advanced) with confidence and accuracy.

Q.2 What is the teaching methodology followed by Resonance?

Ans. The institute has prepared lectures based on NCERT syllabus with Text Book coverage of Physics, Chemistry and Maths & special lectures of English & 5th subject both in class XI & XII. We have specifically developed Board sheets which provide theoretical inputs. Resonance has also modified Teaching Methodology to incorporate more of Board content while taking the lectures. The students are also provided with Board Work Sheets, which are small Practice Sheets on board pattern, which students have to complete and submit. The Board Work Sheets then evaluated on board Pattern and returned to student for analyzing his/her securing ability in Board Examinations. The same is discussed in the class for better understanding and improving writing skills which are basic necessity for good score in any Board Examination. The students also undergo periodic board testing to Board Pattern test (BPTs). Facilities for practicals in Physics & Chemistry are also provided to make students confident about good marks in practicals. Daily Practice Problem Sheets (DPPs) & Sheets containing graded exercises help students understand the concepts and practice application of the same.

Q.3 Is there any difference in the Teaching Methodology of the system being followed at Resonance Study Centres in comparison to Kota?

Ans. Each and every Study Centre of Resonance is a replica of the system of Kota. The Academic and Non-Academic Management is supervised from Kota; however local functions are executed by the respective team members at their Study Centres. The Course Plan of an individual study centre is framed and kept in synchronization with the course plan at all Study Centres; test schedule and portion (almost) also in coherence with others. The faculty team comprises of members who have relocated from Resonance - Kota with few other team members who are residents of that city. There is no difference in the Study Material, Teaching Methodology, Periodic Tests, Discussion of Doubts, Infrastructure, Academic & Non- academic facilities etc.; the only difference is the name of city.

Q.4 How shall we come to know about our ward's attendance & performance?

Ans. At Resonance, we offer the mentioned services to keep the parents informed and updated about their ward's performance and attendance. Student's Attendance in Regular Classes: We do take the attendance of students coming to the class on a daily basis. Any student whosoever is found absent in the class without any prior intimation or a sanctioned leave then a SMS will be sent on the parent's mobile number of that student intimating them about their wards absence. In case, of a long absenteeism, the parents are informed in writing and if the reason for absence is not found genuine and satisfactory then a disciplinary action is taken against the student which can be financial or suspension from classes. The same procedure is followed in the periodic tests.

Student's Academic Performance: A Personal communication to the parents (3-4 times by post) about the wards performance is also made by the institute in the form of Student's Academic Performance and Evaluation Report (SAPER). It comprises of the Marks scored by the student in the Periodic Tests held at Resonance, Centre Rank, All Resonance Rank, Percentage, Percentile, overall Graphical representation of the student's performance and a summary of student's attendance.

NOTE: The result of the students is also communicated to the parents through SMS after every test and parents can also check the performance of their ward on the succeeding Monday of the test on our website under the Student's Corner section.

Q.5 What to do if the Admit Card does not reach on time?

Ans. The institute shall post the Admit Card to students well in advance of the Selection Test (ResoNET). Still, if it does not reaches you in due time (i.e. 3 days before the schedule test) may be because of any reason, no need to worry, just reach at the Test Center, 30 min before along with the photocopy of filled Application Form and the student shall be allowed to appear in the test at the chosen test centre. Student can also drop an e-mail to the institute to know the details regarding test venue. Or you can download the Duplicate Admit Card from the website day before the test.

Q.6 Does Resonance have any Scholarships for students?

Ans. Resonance Scholarship Programs (RSP) offer scholarships under its two Programs: General Scholarship Program (GSP) & Special Scholarship Program (SSP). The preliminary Eligibility Criteria to qualify for any of the scholarships being awarded under these Programs is that the student must have qualified in the Selection Test (ResoNET). The details of scholarships which are awarded to the student on behalf of his/her performance in the ResoNET; is communicated to the him/her at the time of declaration of result of ResoNET.

In case, if a student is eligible for two scholarships then he/ she can take the benefit of the best one of them. The complete details about the Scholarship Programs are given in ResoGuide and on website.

Q.7 What is the mode of payment of Fee in Resonance?

Ans. All the students who will be declared qualified in ResoNET can deposit their Course Fee for the New Academic Session by depositing the required amount of fee as per any of the methods mentioned in ResoGuide for academic session.

Q.8 Is there any provision of Study Centre Transfer or change of Course or Change of Medium?

Ans. In case, if a student has filled a particular choice of Study Centre, or Course or Medium of Instructions at the time of filling up the Application Form and later on wishes to make any change in the opted choices then he/ she can make a change. The details of which are available in the ResoGuide which shall be given to the students after registration.

Q.9 What happen to the school Education (XI & XII) if a student enrolled in Resonance?

Ans. A Student joining our Classroom Contact Program in Class-XI or XII will have to simultaneously join a school to undergo formal school education i.e. appear in Board examinations. Resonance does not have any formal or informal tie up with any of the school anywhere in the country. Hence, requirement of the schooling for the students would be fulfilled by their parents only. Resonance will neither play any role nor impart any help in school.

IMPORTANT

Resonance is a system-oriented organization where we emphasize on success in competitive examinations through various factors like teaching methodology, faculty members, study material, periodic testing system, academic research & development, competitive benchmarking, learning environment, performance measurement, monitoring analysis & improvement, motivation & counseling and co-academic care & students welfare.

We have a large pool of competent, qualified & experienced team of faculty members in all the subjects. Hence, as a system; we are committed towards the effective & satisfactory course completion of the students enrolled with us in various Programs with the aim of their success in various competitive examinations.

We, as a system also take every possible step to ensure the stability & continuing association of faculty members with us. We take all possible measures to keep our faculty members motivated and inspired to work for the success of our students. That is why we have one of the lowest attrition rates of faculty members in the coaching field. However, in today's dynamic environment we can not 'fully' ensure the continuation & commitment of all the faculty members for the whole academic session with us. At times, it happens that some faculty members quit during the academic session due to some reasons but we have the adequate & competent faculty members all the time as their worthy replacement.

FAQ - ResoNET

Ques 1.What is ResoNET ?
Ans. ResoNET is Resonance National Entrance Test through which a student can get admission in Resonance Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes of IIT-JEE courses.

Ques 2.Where does Resonance conducts its Selection Test ?
Ans. ResoNET is conducted in most of the major cities of the country which includes the cities of Resonance Study Centers and few more cities.
Please click to see Test wise List of Test Centre Cities

Ques 3.will you communicate the results of ResoNET to the students ?
Ans. The result of ResoNET will be available on Institute's website www.resonance.ac.in and shall also be communicated to the Parents on the mobile no. given by them in the Application Form.

Ques 4.What is the pattern/nature of questions in ResoNET ?
Ans. The Selection Test is objective type in nature and of 3 hours duration with basic fundamental question in the area of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry.

Ques 5.What is the cut-off of ResoNET ?
Ans. The cut-off is for internal use. We don't declare individual marks, highest marks, lower marks of the ResoNET. We only declare the list of the selected students.

Ques 6.You are not disclosing the marks of ResoNET,how will I come to know about my performance or qualifying for a scholarship ?
Ans. The marks and percentage are not disclosed to the students. In case of a students qualifying for a scholarship, all the eligible students are intimated accordingly.

Ques 7.What is the percentage of selection of students in ResoNET ?
Ans. It depends on the cut off marks in ResoNET. Every year there is a certain cut-off.

Ques 8.Do you provide any sample test papers also for the ResoNET ?
Ans. Yes, we provide sample test paper of the previous year which is provided in the admission packet along with the Application Form and Brochure.

Ques 9.What is the syllabus of ResoNET ?
Ans. The syllabus of ResoNET is based on the NCERT syllabus till last examination faced by the students. A few questions to check the student's IQ may also be asked.

FAQ - Scholarship

Ques1.What is Resonance Scholarship Programme(RSP)?
Ans To motivate,reward and financially assist the deserving and meritorious students,Resonance offers different Scholarships under Resonance Scholarship Programme(RSP).

Ques2.What kinds of Scholarship Resonance offers?
Ans Resonance offers three kinds of scholarship:
a)General Scholarship Programme(GSP)
b)Selection-linked Scholarship Programme(SSP)
c)Unique Scholarship Programme(USP)

Ques3.Into how many categories General Scholarship Programme has been divided?
Ans General Scholarship Programme is divided into 3 categories:
1.GSP based on past academic performance in:
a)Board Examination
b)Govt.sponsored/recognized scholarship/talent-reward examinations.
c)Career Oriented Competitive Examinations.
2.GSP based on students past association with Resonance.
3.GSP based on performance Resonance National Entrance Test(ResoNET)

Ques4.What is Selection-linked Scholarship Programme?
Ans Selection-linked Scholarship Programme(SSP) is a post-study scholarship programme which is granted to the student as reimbursement of complete/partial Course Fee after completion of the course & declaration of the result of competitive examinations(JEE(Main+Advanced),JEE(Main),NEET(AIPMT) & other Medical Entrance Examinations)in the form of full/partial reimbursement of Course Fee linked to quality of rank/result.

Ques5.What is the objective of Unique Scholarship Programme?
Ans The objective behind USP is to reward, nurture and financially support the students who are having outstanding talent & intelligence required to succeed in IIT-JEE. The financial support will be proficiently complimented by systematic classroom coaching for JEE(Main+Advanced) at Resonance. The USP shall equip the student to focus purely on JEE(Main+Advanced) preparation without facing any financial burden (Zero Cost) by reimbursing his/her pre-JEE(Main+Advanced) (Schooling-Living-Coaching Expenses in Kota for a period of Max. 02 Years) & post-JEE(Main+Advanced) (during stay at any of the IITs for a period of Max. 04 Years) studies.

Ques6.What is the basic eligibility criteria of Unique Scholarship Programme?
Ans

  1. The student should be a permanent resident of India.
  2. The student shall appear in ResoNET: (Resonance National Entrance Test for admission in any of the Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes for preparation of JEE(Main+Advanced)) for admission in new academic session. Also the student should be declared qualified for USP in the result of ResoNET; and an intimation of the same shall be made officially on website to the student.
  3. The student should study in any of the Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes (YCCPs) of Resonance at Kota for a minimum period of one academic session for the courses JF & JR and two academic sessions for the courses JA & JB.
  4. The student shall study (schooling, coaching) at Resonance for a minimum period of one academic session for the courses JF & JR and two academic sessions for the courses JA & JB.
  5. For the student joining Resonance in Class-XI or Class-XII: The student should have secured Minimum 90% Marks (aggregate) or equivalent Grade and 95% Marks in Science & Maths or equivalent Grade in Class-X Board Examinations (CBSE/ICSE/any State Board or equivalent).
  6. For the student joining Resonance in Class-XIII (after Class-XII): The student shall secure/have secured Minimum 80% Marks (aggregate) or equivalent Grade and 85% Marks in Physics, Chemistry & Maths or equivalent Grade in Class-XII Board Examinations (CBSE/ICSE/any State Board or equivalent).
  7. All meritorious students under top - 10 (declared in public/merit list in a reputed newspaper) of any Board are eligible for USP through ResoNET.
  8. All Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) qualified students are eligible for USP through ResoNET with or without having minimum academic performance (Board %) as mentioned above.
  9. All the qualified students of Regional/National Level Olympiads (Physics, Maths & Chemistry), participants/winners of International Olympiads (IPhO, IMO, IChO) qualified students are eligible for USP through ResoNET with or without having minimum academic performance (Board %) as mentioned above.
  10. All the five heads of USP are applicable to the students coming to Kota City from outside. For the students of Kota City, all the heads except 03 will be applicable under USP. At other Study Centres: only the Head-04 & Head-05 shall be applicable.

QUES 7.What are the major heads of Unique Scholarship Programme?
Ans The USP aims at 100% substitution of academic and related expenses (Zero Cost) to be incurred by the student on his/her studies from Class-XI onward (till Graduation from IITs). This will include following 05 major scholarship heads:

Head-01: Tuition Fee of Resonance for Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes (YCCPs) for JEE(Main+Advanced) at Kota.
Head-02: School Fee of studying in any of the school in Kota.
Head-03: Living Cost (Boarding & Lodging Expenses) in Kota.
Head-04: The Lump sum Scholarship Award at the time of Selection in JEE(Main+Advanced).
Head-05: Reimbursement of Living Expenses as Scholarship for Studying at any of the IITs.

Ques 8.What is Performance - linked Reward Programme?On what basis these awards has been given to students?
Ans We have performance-linked Reward Programme in place to continuously motivate the students towards excellence. At Resonance, we reward an individual performance that exceeds agreed upon standards in the following ways:

1) Periodic Test Performance-linked Rewards (PTPR)
2)Competitive Examination Performance-linked Rewards (CEPR)
3)Scholarship/Talent Examination Performance Rewards (SEPR)

The Performance-linked Rewards are applicable:

  1. To the students of all study centres (subject to the Terms & Conditions).
  2. To the students of Yearlong Classroom Contact Programme (YCCPs).
  3. To the students of JEE(Main+Advanced), JEE(Main) & NEET(AIPMT) Division.

Ques 9.What are terms and conditions for Performance-linked Reward Programme?
Ans Terms & Conditions for PRP(Performance-linked Reward Programme) is as follows:

  1. To become eligible for the PRP rewards; all students across the Resonance Study Centres nationwide should be appear in the periodic Test.
  2. To become eligible for the PRP rewards; there should be a common paper (without any change) across the Resonance Study Centres nationwide in the periodic Test.
  3. A student will be eligible for any of the rewards on the basis of All Resonance Rank (ARR) but if he/she doesn’t satisfy the minimum % criterion; then he/she will be considered for the reward equivalent to his/her % marks in the Cumulative Test (CT).

If there is more number of eligible students than the specified numbers; the reward amount shall be proportionately shared amongst the all eligible students.

Ques 10.Are the Resonance Scholarship Programmes applicable for all Study Centres?
Ans Yes, the Resonance Scholarship Programme is applicable for all Study Centres with their different terms and conditions except USP(Unique Scholarship Programme) which is only available at Kota Study Centre.

FAQs (Frequently asked Questions) for students/parents

       Q.1 What is the difference between online payment using payment gateway at the site of Resonance vis a vis making the online payment using the NEFT Mode going through the web site of the respective bank?

Reply – Technically both the mechanisms are identical and similar and in both the modes the login and password of your net banking will be required. In case of payment gateway the extra step of creating and adding beneficiary i.e. ‘Resonance Eduventures Limited’ is not required. In addition, the payment gateway mechanism makes a direct route of transfer of amount from your bank account to the bank account of Resonance, which makes it relatively simpler and faster. In addition, we may keep a quick track of the receipt or failure of the amount for a quick confirmation to you. Therefore, we advise you to prefer the payment gateway route as compared to NEFT route.

       Q.2 If we encounter difficulty or failure of technology in executing the fee payment using the payment gateway or NEFT whom should we approach for the necessary assistance?

Reply – You may call up on 9529936404 or 9529936409 for necessary assistance in this matter. Alternatively, you may mail for the required assistance on fee@resonance.ac.in.

       Q.3 I have received the Debit Instruction (DI) Form and filled it up also for execution of the both the installments for fee payment, where should I send the same and how the fee payment process will take place?

Reply – We have provided you a self addressed (at Resonance Kota) envelope for your convenience. Please insert the duly filled up and signed DI form and dispatch the same preferably through Speed Post by paying the applicable charges (please avoid the ordinary post). We, on receipt of the same, quickly (preferably on the same day if received by 12.00 p.m. or otherwise next day) send the same to the respective Bank for amount of transfer of fee amount from your account to the account of Resonance. Our team will send a confirmation of such credit in our account through SMS to you on the mobile number of the Account Holder provided on the DI Form.

       Q.4 This form is in three copies – which copy to be sent and which one to be kept by us?

Reply – The first copy (original copy in white colour) is Bank’s copy and second copy (in green colour) is Resonance copy. The third copy is in yellow colour, which is your (parent’s) copy. These are in self carbon form and have to be filled putting all together and filling up the white (original copy). The other two copies will, on its own carry the writing impression.
The white (original) and green (second) copies are to be inserted in the self addressed envelope and the third copy (the yellow colour copy) is your copy which you will keep with you.

       Q.5 Can I deposit the DI form at the respective Centre (City) of Resonance instead of sending the same by courier to Kota?

Reply –No, the same cannot be deposited at the branch/centre at any other city. Since the processing of these forms can only be done in Kota, therefore, we advise you to insert the same in the self addressed envelope and dispatch to Resonance, Kota only. Branches are advised not to accept there but to advise you to directly send the same to Kota.

       Q.6 What should be the dead line (the last date) by which the DI form should reach to Kota through Speed Post/Courier etc.?

Reply –You will get to know the last date through this Reso guide or through the respective branch or centre in your city or through our Call Centre team about the last date of deposit of fee for the respective/applicable course. However, it is pertinent to note that the last date for opting the fee deposition through the DI mode would be two days prior to the general date as the last date of payment. For example if the last date, in general, is 25th February then to opt for DI as mode of payment would be 23rd February by which the DI form should reach to Kota. (This is to avoid any hassles involved due to the last day being Sunday /Holiday.)
As a matter of an abundant caution we advise all the parents to carry some amount of cash – at least Rs. 10,000/- to deposit and to ensure provisional admission subject to realization of the fee pending in the process completion or delayed receipt of the speed post etc. Such amount (Rs. 10,000/- or so) would be subject to refund if after completion of the fee realization process through the relevant mode(s) of fee payment, if it is eventually realized in excess.

       Q.7 In case we have dispatched the DI form inserting the same in the self addressed envelope by speed post and it has not reached before the last date, as applicable then how to ensure that our case be considered for admission and batch allotment?

ReplyYes, in that case you have to deposit the fee through any other suitable mode. In such a case you are advised to make sure getting in touch with our call centre teams or on the numbers provided i.e. 09529936404 or 09529936409 about the receipt of the DI Forms at Kota before the last date, as applicable.

       Q.8 If I have paid the first installment of the fee applicable through cash/DD/payment gateway/NEFT/Debit or credit card etc. but I wish to pay the second installment through DI form which I find more convenient in order to avoid the difficulty in future or to avoid payment through Post dated cheque, Can I do so?

Reply –Yes, you are welcome and are strongly recommended to pay your second installment of fee through DI form, if you have opted any other mode for payment of your fee for the first installment. In that case please strike off the column provided for the first installment and only fill up the second installment and also sign within the appropriate box assigned for the purpose of second installment for signature and strike off the remaining boxes. Now, the duly filled up DI form should be inserted in the self addressed envelope and should be dispatched to Resonance Kota preferably through the Speed Post.

       Q.9 If we are taking admission in another city (other than Kota) at the respective Resonance Centre, can we use the DI form for payment of our fee?

Reply –Since the arrangement of processing of DI forms has been made with the banks situated at Kota only therefore we have not provided this particular mode of payment at any other location, therefore you are advised to use the other modes of payment in such cases.
However, for payment of second or subsequent installments of fee payment we advise and encourage you to pay the fee through DI form depositing the same at the respective Centre in your city. The Centres will in turn arrange to send these DI forms for fee collection of second or subsequent installment to Kota. We recommend that for payment of second or subsequent installment at the other locations this would be the most convenient mode of fee payment, however, for the payment of first installment we recommend the other modes of fee payment at such locations (other than Kota).

       Q.10 If I have provided the DI form for second installment of fee due in near future and in the meantime any scholarship amount is granted to our ward can we provide the revised DI form for the reduced amount of second installment in that case?

Reply –You need not to go for the revised DI form for making the necessary amendment in the second installment of fee amount due. Any scholarship granted to you in the meantime, shall be paid to you transferring the same directly in the bank account details provided by you in the application form, Subject to the completion of formalities involved with respect to the refund process, as applicable.

FAQS Resonance

Q.1 What is the criterion of admission in various programmes being offered by Resonance?
Ans.

S.No.

Division

Programmes

Class

Admission Criteria

1

Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes (YCCPs)

JEE (Main+ Advanced)

IX,X,XI,XII,XIII

Through ResoNET

2

JEE (Main)

XI,XII,XIII

Direct Admission

3

NEET (AIPMT)/AIIMS

IX,X,XI,XII,XIII

Direct Admission

4

Short Term Classroom Contact Programme (SCCP)

JEE (Main+ Advanced)

XII,XIII

Direct Admission

5

Distamnce Learning Programme (DLPD)

JEE (Main+ Advanced)/NEET (AIPMT)/AIIMS/ Other Compitetive Exams

VII,VIII,IX,X,XI,XII,XIII

Direct Admission

6

Prefoundation Career Care Programme (PCCP)

Competitve Exams/NTSE/ Olympiaads

VII,VIII,IX,X

Through ResoNET

Q.2 Will the preparation at Resonance help my ward to undertake competitive examinations other than JEE(Main+Advance)/ JEE(Main)?
Ans. The course curriculum which is covered at Resonance is as per the syllabus of JEE (Main+Advance)/JEE(Main). The portion of JEE (Main+Advance) is so vast that it almost covers the syllabus of all other engineering competitive examinations. However, few topics are not included in the syllabus of JEE (Main+Advance) but are included in the syllabus of class XII board portion ; For such topics, we do arrange extra classes for students of class-XII once we complete with their JEE (Main+Advance) syllabus. At the end of the Academic Session, we do conduct JEE (Main) Preparatory Test to give our students a rehearsal of the other exams. Also, all the other prominent competitive examinations including JEE (Main+Advance),JEE (Main), NEET (AIPMT)/AIIMS, BITSAT, VIT are objective in nature and the students at Resonance are given sufficient practice for solving such problems.

Q.3 What is the Teaching Methodology followed at Resonance?
Ans. The institute has prepared lectures based on NCERT syllabus with Text Book coverage of Physics, Chemistry and Maths & Special Leactures of English & 5th subject both in class XI & XII. We have specifically developed Board sheets which provide theoretical inputs. Resonance has also modified Teaching Methodology to incorporate more of board content while taking the lectures. The students are also provided with Board Work Sheets, which are small Practice Sheets on board pattern, which students have to complte and submit. The Board Work Sheets then evaluated on board Pattern and returned to student for analyzing his/her securing ability in Board Examination. The same is discusseed in the class for better understanding and improving writting skills which are basic necessity for good score in any Board Examination. The students also undergo periodic board testing to Board Pattern test (BPTs). Facilites for precticals in Physics & chemistry are also provided to make students confident about good marks in practicals.
Daily Practice Sheets (DPPs) & Sheets containing graded exercises help students understand the concepts and practice application of the same.
Periodic Test: Part Tests PT (i.e. test of the portion covered between two consecutive tests) and Cumulative Test CT (i.e. tests of the syllabus covered till that date) are conducted alternate at a frequency of 4-Weeks each. The student's preparation is then evaluated at National Level as these tests are conducted at all the Study Centres of Resonance as per the same schedule and syllabus.

Q.4 Is there any difference in the Teaching Methodology of the system being followed at Resonance Study Centres in comparison to Kota?
Ans. Each and every Study Centre of Resonance is a replica of the system of Kota. The Academic and Non-Academic Management is supervised from Kota; however local functions are executed by the respective team members at their Study Centres. The Course Plan of an individual study centre is framed and kept in synchronization with the course plan at all Study Centres; test schedule and portion (almost) also in coherence with others. The faculty team comprises of members who have relocated from Resonance - Kota with few other team members who are residents of that city. There is no difference in the Study Material, Teaching Methodology, Periodic Tests, Discussion of Doubts, Infrastructure, Academic & Non-academic facilities etc.; the only difference is the name of city.

Q.5 How shall we come to know about our ward's attendance & performance?
Ans. At Resonance, we offer the mentioned services to keep the parents informed and updated about their ward's performance and attendance.
Student's Attendance in Regular Classes: We do take the attendance of students coming to the class on a daily basis. Any student whosoever is found absent in the class without any prior intimation or a sanctioned leave then a SMS will be sent on the parent's mobile number of that student intimating them about their wards absence. In case, of a long absenteeism, the parents are informed in writing and if the reason for absence is not found genuine and satisfactory then a disciplinary action is taken against the student which can be financial or suspension from classes. The same procedure is followed in the periodic tests. Student's Academic Performance: A Personal communication to the parents (3-4 times by post) about the wards performance is also made by the institute in the form of Student's Academic Performance and Evaluation Report (SAPER). It comprises of the Marks scored by the student in the Periodic Tests held at Resonance, Centre Rank, All Resonance Rank, Percentage, Percentile, overall Graphical representation of the student's performance and a summary of student's attendance.
NOTE: The result of the students is also communicated to the parents through SMS after every test and parents can also check the performance of their ward on the succeeding Monday of the test on our website under the Student's Corner section.

Q.6 How will I get the Admit Card ?
Ans. The institute shall upload the Admit Card to students at our Resonance's Website of the Selection Test (ResoNET). Still, if it does not uploaded on the website in due time (i.e. 3 days before the schedule test) may be because of any reason, no need to worry, just reach at the Test Center, 30 min before along with the photocopy of filled Application Form and the student shall be allowed to appear in the test at the chosen test centre. Student can also drop an e-mail to the institute to know the details regarding test venue.

Q.7 Does Resonance have any Scholarships for students?
Ans. Resonance Scholarship Programmes (RSP) offer scholarships under its two Programmes: General Scholarship Programme (GSP) & Unique Scholarship Programme (SSP). The preliminary Eligibility Criteria to qualify for any of the scholarships being awarded under these programmes is that the student must have qualified in the Selection Test (ResoNET). The details of scholarships which are awarded to the student on behalf of his/her performance in the ResoNET; is communicated to him/her at the time of declaration of result of ResoNET.
In case, if a student is eligible for two scholarships then he/ she can take the benefit of the best of the two. The complete details about the Scholarship Programmes are given in ResoGuide and on website.

Q.8 What is the mode of payment of Fee in Resonance?
Ans. All the students who will be declared qualified in ResoNET can deposit their Course Fee for the New Academic Session by making Demand Draft/Pay Order of required amount from any bank in favor of 'RESONANCE' and payable at that particular Study Center where the student wishes to study.
It can also be deposited in SBI/ CBI/ AXIS/ YES/ HDFC Bank through the Challan provided along with the Admission Packet & also can deposit it through SI/ECS Machenism. The details are mentioned in ResoGuide (available with Admission Packet) and on Institute's website under FEE section.

Q.9 Is there any provision of Study Centre Transfer or change of Course or Change of Medium?
Ans. In case, if a student has filled a particular choice of Study Centre, or Course or Medium of Instructions at the time of filling up the Application Form and later on wishes to make any change in the opted choices then he/ she can make a change. The details of which are available in the ResoGuide which shall be given to the students after registration.

Q.10 What will happen to the school Education (XI & XII) if a student gets enrolled in Resonance?
Ans. A Student joining our Classroom Contact Programme in Class-XI or XII will have to simultaneously join a school to undergo formal school education i.e. appear in Board examinations. Resonance does not have any formal or informal tie up with any of the school anywhere in the country. Hence, requirement of the schooling for the students would be fulfilled by their parents only.

Q.11 Does RESONANCE have its own Hostel?
Ans. Resonance doesn't have its own hostels; however, numerous hostels and PG are available close to the Institute.

Q.12 What is the cost of living / charges for Boarding & Lodging for a student in Kota?
Ans. The present cost of living in Kota is around Rs. 7000/- (Shared accommodation & food) and around Rs. 8000/- (Single accommodation and food) per month for a student.

Q.13 What is the medium of instructions in classes at Resonance?
Ans. The classes are conducted both in English and Hindi medium at Kota Study Centre, whereas at most of the Study Centres classes are conducted in English medium. The Distance Learning Programmes are offered both in English and Hindi.

FAQ - Career

ENGINEERING

One of the oldest career options, engineering still remains the choicest career option among the youngsters. The stream offers lot of opportunities for the graduates, who are in great demand in almost all type of organization.Today, with development of science and technology, engineering offers a wide range of options like Aeronautical, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Textile, Agricultural, Industrial, Production Engineering, etc. Engineering is a profession full of challenges where creativity and ingenuity know no limit or boundaries. This is one profession which can make you explore the depths of ocean and take you to as far as the outer space.

Q.1 What are the different courses in Engineering?
Ans. Apart from the traditional branches which include Civil, Mechanical and Electrical, engineering offers a vista of branches and specialization options. One can opt for B.E/ B.Tech in the disciplines of Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics and Communication, Chemical, Automobile, Ceramics, Environmental, Textile, Marine, Production engineering etc. Engineering courses are usually offered at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate level. The eligibility criterion for undergraduate courses is a pass in 10+2 with 50% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics. For postgraduate course i.e. M.E/M.Tech, a Bachelor’s degree in engineering is required and for doctoral course, post graduation in the relevant subject is essential.

Q.2 . What are the different Institutes which offer degrees in Engineering?
Ans. In India, there are a plethora of institutes offering courses in various disciplines of engineering, at different degree/diploma levels. Some of the topmost engineering institutes include the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology(NITs), Birla National Institute of Technology and Science, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute Of Information and Communication Technology, Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), Vellore Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) etc.

Q.3 . How can one get admissions to these colleges?
Ans. Admission to the engineering courses is usually done on the basis of merit in the entrance exams ( like IIT-JEE, AIEEE, BITSAT, WBJEE, VITEEE, CUSAT, ISAT, etc ) conducted at the state or national level. Also many colleges and universities give direct admission based on the merit list ( based on XII board exams).

Q.4 What are the different career prospects after completion of engineering?
Ans. The overall career prospect of this profession is good and is considered to be excellent in certain specialties. Engineers find job opportunity in almost all related industries, academics and research institutes. They could also find employment in the government sector and armed forces.

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MEDICINE

Medicine is one of the sought after professions the world over. In India, medical science has made tremendous development, over the past few decades. Numerous specializations have been developed over a period of time. The medical profession is considered to be the noblest profession of all. The job of a doctor requires hard work, dedication, patience and above all, zeal to cure the patients. The various areas of specialization include General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Orthopedics, ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat), Paediatrics, Cardiology, Anesthesiology, Neurosurgery, Neonatology etc. The other systems of medicine other than Allopathy are Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani etc. It also includes Dentistry and Veterinary Science. It is one of the most rewarding careers for those who are interested in dealing with sick people and helping them to live life again in its full colours.

Q.1 What are the different courses in Medicine?
Ans. Courses in medical science are offered at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate levels. At the undergraduate level, an MBBS degree is awarded in allopathic system of medical science, whereas in Ayurvedic, Homeopathic and Unani System of Medical science, BAMS, BHMS and BUMS degree are awarded, respectively. A BDS degree is awarded at the undergraduate level in dental science. For Veterinary Science, B. Sc degree is awarded. For pursuing any of the above mentioned courses, one has to pass the intermediate exam with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as compulsory subjects, from a recognized Board. For pursuing Master’s degree, Bachelor’s degree is required and for doctoral programme, one has to be a postgraduate in the field of medical science. The admission procedure for the above mentioned courses is very strict, as one has to go through highly competitive entrance exam held at state or national levels. Medical students are comprehensively taught about the various fields of medical science, through theoretical and practical knowledge. Moreover, MBBS undergraduates are assigned compulsory internship at the end of the curriculum, when they have to work as doctors in medical colleges.

Q.2 What are the different Institutes which offer degrees in Medicine?
Ans. In India, there are a number of institutes offering courses in various disciplines of medicinw, at different degree/diploma levels. Some of the topmost medical institutes are All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Lady Hardinge Medical College, Maulana Azad Medical College, Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Christian Medical College (CMC), Aligarh Unani and Ayurvedic Medical College, A.B. Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences, etc.

Q.3 How can one get admissions to these colleges?
Ans. Admission to the engineering courses is usually done on the basis of merit in the entrance exams ( AIIMS-PMT, AIPMT, BHU-PMT, UPCMET, AIPGDET, JIPMER etc ) conducted at the state or national level. Also many colleges and universities give direct admission based on the merit list ( based on XII board exams).

Q.4 What are the different career prospects after completion of degree in Medicine?
Ans. The profession of a doctor is very demanding and also, very rewarding. One could not just find employment in the government or private hospitals, but also find employment in research institutes and medical colleges, as researchers. They could also do private practice or work in nursing homes, clinics or health care centers.

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