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AESL observes 31 percent growth in students’ admission despite Covid-19

While most of the coaching institutes struggled with the substantial decline in students’ admission due to Covid-19, Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) observed 31 percent growth in students’ admission across the country since the last year.

This was disclosed by the deputy director of AESL, Suresh Singh at the launch of Instant Admission Cum Scholarship Test (IACST) in Aakash Institute of Dehradun on Tuesday. Informing about it, Singh said that students from class VII to class XI who aspire to be doctors or engineers can attain up to 90 percent scholarship on tuition fees through this online test. He said that AESL will offer qualified students instant scholarship and admission on the basis of this 60 minutes’ test. According to him, this scholarship will enable the students from different social backgrounds to get the advantage of quality teaching at Aakash Institute.

Further, students will also have a choice to attend the classes physically or online from their homes. Singh said that they are providing the best of classroom and online learning to the students during the pandemic. The students can also catch up with the missing lectures through iTutor Lab and join regular doubt sessions for their subjects. Talking about this scholarship, Mr Aakash Chaudhry, managing director of AESL said, “AESL is introducing the online IACST for the convenience and comfort of thousands of talented students.

Covid-19 and the following lockdown made us work on a tailor-made offering that is more convenient and digitally accessible for the students. I am sure students will take the advantage of this opportunity.” Moreover, Singh also disclosed that AESL is planning to establish extension centres in various Garhwal regions like Srinagar and Kotdwar to make Aakash accessible to students there. He also disclosed that despite the Covid-19 pandemic, AESL observed 31 percent growth in students’ admission all over the country which is due to the fact that they ensured that their faculties remain well connected with students even during the lockdown and the pandemic.

Wednesday, 24 February 2021 | PNS | Dehradun

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