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Course Name (Code) Target AADHAAR - EB
[JEE (Main) 2021]
[JEE (Main) 2021]
[JEE (Main) 2021]
[JEE (Main) 2021]
[JEE (Main) 2021]
Event/ Class Class-XI (Phase-II) Class-XI (Phase-II) Class-XI (Phase-II) Class-XI (Phase-II) Class-XI (Phase-II)
Last Date for Fee Deposition
11.05.2019 18.05.2019 25.05.2019 08.06.2019 22.06.2019
(Saturday/05:00 pm) (Saturday/05:00 pm) (Saturday/05:00 pm) (Saturday/05:00 pm) (Saturday/05:00 pm)
Display of Batch Allotment List (Website, Notice Boards & SMS) Applicable for Kota Study Centre 12.05.2019 19.05.2019 26.05.2019 09.06.2019 23.06.2019
(Sunday/ 05:00 pm) (Sunday/ 05:00 pm) (Sunday/ 05:00 pm) (Sunday/ 05:00 pm) (Sunday/ 05:00 pm)
Commencement of Classes 13.05.2019 (Monday) 20.05.2019 (Monday) 27.05.2019 (Monday) 10.06.2019 (Monday) 24.06.2019 (Monday)
Medium of Instructions English & Hindi* English & Hindi* English & Hindi* English & Hindi* English & Hindi*
Last Date for Fee Deposition
13.07.2019 (Monday) 20.07.2019 (Monday) 27.07.2019 (Monday) 10.08.2019 (Monday) 24.08.2019 (Monday)
(Saturday/ 05:00 pm) (Saturday/ 05:00 pm) (Saturday/ 05:00 pm) (Saturday/ 05:00 pm) (Saturday/ 05:00 pm)
End of Regular Classes# 23.01.2020 (Thursday) 23.01.2020 (Thursday) 23.01.2020 (Thursday) 23.01.2020 (Thursday) 23.01.2020 (Thursday)
Course Duration (approx.)
(With 02-Weeks Holidays)
36 Weeks 35 Weeks 34 Weeks 32 Weeks 30 Weeks
Academic Session Ends# 22.02.2020 (Saturday) 22.02.2020 (Saturday) 22.02.2020 (Saturday) 22.02.2020 (Saturday) 22.02.2020 (Saturday)
Holidays / Vacations
(Total: 13-Days)
Holidays/ Vacations (Total: 12-Days): 1. Independence Day & Raksha Bandhan: 15th August, 2019 : One Day, 2. Deepawali Holidays: From 24th October, 2019 (Thursday) to 02nd November, 2019 (Saturday): 10 Days, 4. Republic Day: 26th January, 2020: One Day (Applicable only at Kota SC and at other SC's Deepawali vacation will be informed to students as per respective SC holiday calender).

Course Concept:
This course is meant for those students who miss the opportunity to enroll themselves in ABHINAV Course in April. It also gives ample time to the students to make up his/her mindset for JEE (Main). The Curriculum, Methodology and Study Material is absolutely a replica of ABHINAV Course. Initially the course begins with fundamental study as the students are not exposed to the syllabus and pattern of JEE (Main).

Course Structure:
The entire course is divided into two academic sessions:

  • First Year (During class 11th): During the first academic session, the JEE (Main) which is common to school syllabus of Class-11th, will be taught to the students. This syllabus is scheduled to be finished by mid of February. During month of March, the students will be given a break of around 30-40 days from the institute. During this period, the students take their annual examinations of Class-11th in their respective schools.
  • Second Year (During class 12th): Based on performance of the students in periodic test, they are promoted to second year in ANOOP course.

Course Content:

  1. Regular Classroom Coaching.
  2. 90 minutes lecture which is further divided into DPP discussion of 15 min, Sheet Discussion of next 30 minutes & theoretical and conceptual learning of last 45 minutes.
  3. 3 to 4 lectures per subject per week.
  4. Periodic Test is conducted once in a month in the form of Part Test & Cumulative Test.
  5. Regular conduction of Doubt Classes.

Distinctive Features:

  1. Longest time availability as compared to other Courses.
  2. Lays solid foundation of basic concepts of all the subjects.
  3. The focus of the Course is more on concept building & gradual improvement in the performance of the students.
  4. Develops quick analytical thinking & systematic problem solving skills.
  5. Good practice of JEE (Main) problems which ensure the clarity of every small doubt.
  6. On the basis of performance in Periodic Tests, students are reshuffled so as to enhance the competitive spirit amongst them.