Top Coaching Institutes in India for Engineering Entrance Exams

1. Aakash IIT-JEE:

Aakash IIT-JEE which is 21 yrs into existence has reached the top in India by making more than 15000 Engineers. Aakash has a country-wide network of over 45 centers across India, collective annual student base of more than 25,000 students every year and above all, the trust of millions of parents has made us a household name for focused and quality coaching. Aakash IIT-JEE has to its credit over 3600 selections in IIT-JEE 2009 and 3800 selections in AIEEE – 2009, respectively. The aim is to provide IIT aspirants with the best of qualitative and creative education.

2. Resonance:

With a Vision of “Excellence in Career Education”, Resonance diversified its portfolio of courses in 2012 from IIT-JEE & Medical to Commerce & Law in the form of New Division Resonance Commerce & Law Program Division (CLPD). The institute has also entered into associations with some of the reputed schools across the country for the Integrated In-School Classroom Contact Programs for the preparation of IIT-JEE.

3. Allen Career Institute:

Allen Career Institute, Kota is a pioneer and the most trusted coaching institute in its field. ALLEN is named in the memory of Late Shri Laxmi Narayan Maheshwari. ALLEN was the only institute of its time, providing coaching of all the subjects under one roof i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Maths were taught altogether. This made tuition a very convenient approach for students in terms of time & conveyance. The institute is on its ‘path to success’ by writing its success story and adding more and more episodes of splendid achievements year by year. At ALLEN, they prepare students with subject knowledge as well as the skill to apply it in competitive examinations. To be successful, these components are equally critical and essential.

4. Bansal Classes Private Limited:

The main objective of this institute is to enhance quality teaching by adding incredible value to JEE Main and Advanced coaching, to create successful individuals that make a nation successful. Ever since the Results produced every year challenge the changing trends and turn in the toughest JEE Main and Advanced examination of the many reasons that makes Bansal an advantage non-parallel. It is the first institute to give JEE main and advanced training. The dedication, sincerity, honesty and hard work in training the students by Mr. V K Bansal resulted in the form of commendable success for producing the maximum Results in IITJEE from Bansal Classes which became now the destination for the students aspiring for IITJEE.

5. Brilliant Tutorials:

Brilliant Tutorials, Chennai offers to coach for engineering, medicine, banking, management and the civil services entrance exams. Every year, students from every corner of the country including the Andaman and Nicobar Islands come to Brilliant for help in achieving their career goals. Brilliant Tutorials provides excellent course material, experienced faculty and a committed management have built brilliant tutorials into the most trusted institution in the area of preparing students for competitive entrance examinations for admission to professional courses. Brilliant’s formula for success is based on the belief that there is a winner in every student waiting to be discovered.

6. FIITJEE Limited:

FIITJEE has always been preparing students in a fundamental way. FIITJEE has been teaching in a comprehensive way so that students do well in IIT-JEE (irrespective of the pattern), Boards, KVPY and other engineering entrance exams. They strongly believe in the fact that the environment in which a student studies in is equally important for effective learning. Their vision is in the near future the group envisages creating international standard boarding schools across the country and promoting a publishing house delivering the content with a different approach and concept. Their mission is to give valued services in the field of education, to participate in different spheres of education, at different stages.

7. IITian’s PACE Education Ltd:

IITian’s PACE Education Ltd, Mumbai believe in providing the highest quality of education in coaching the students for competitive examinations such as IIT-JEE (JEE Advanced), JEE Mains, NTSE, KVPY and various Olympiads. PACE has determined to make learning process fundamentally strong and enjoyable (at every stage) for the children by using innovative methods of teaching and integrated approach to learning.

8. PIE Education, New Delhi:

PIE Education, New Delhi is most trusted and successful training institution in the country. They are committed to providing high-quality practice based training programs coupled with well-researched study material and thereby create the best value for the students and strive to maintain a highly trained, experienced and dedicated faculty with cutting edge teaching methodologies. They also endeavor to equip every student along with a strong technical foundation, a positive mental attitude, and a well-defined competitive spirit.

9. Vibrant Academy:

Vibrant Academy (India) Pvt. Ltd., Kota has been founded to facilitate IIT-JEE aspirants with the highest level of expertise to achieve success in IIT-JEE one of the toughest competition in the country. Vibrant is possibly the best choice for promising students having the wish and will to achieve success in IIT-JEE. The complete system of coaching in Vibrant Academy is based on real requirements of a student to crack IIT-JEE. The focus is on developing in each student a strong academic foundation, critical problem-solving ability and providing the mock IIT-JEE environment.

10. Vidyamandir Classes:

Vidyamandir Classes goal is to provide knowledge and guidance and thereby create an environment that not only guides students to the path of success but also inspires them to recognize and explore their own potential. Vidyamandir Classes teaching is based on the pedagogical philosophy of conceptual clarity leading to structured thinking, further leading to logical problem-solving.

How Do You Measure the True Value of Higher Education?

I have written numerous articles about best practices for educators to use when teaching adult students, and I have enjoyed conversations that have begun as a result of comments posted. Several of the comments that have been written in response to my articles have discussed aspects of higher education that seem to be broken or in need of repair. I understand those perspectives and I have respect for anyone who wants to discuss important issues in this field. For example, I have read many articles recently about adjuncts, especially online adjuncts, related to issues concerning pay, course size, and job security. I know that the for-profit online school industry has come under great scrutiny. In contrast, there is a non-profit online school that is gaining popularity by offering competency-based degree programs resembling correspondence-based courses.

If you aren’t familiar with the original concept of a correspondence course, it was popular in the 1970s and usually consisted of a participant being mailed study materials and a test or assessment that had to be completed and mailed back in. There may have been lectures to watch on public television at a particular time of day as part of the program. Once the requirements were met, a certificate of completion was mailed. I have spoken with several people who have completed degrees with the non-profit online school mentioned above and the reason why I compare it to a correspondence course is that it is possible to complete classes without ever having to interact with an instructor. The only requirement for course completion is to pass a final assessment, with a pass or fail option in place of a grade, and the passing grade is often set with a percentage as low as 55%, which is a failing grade for most traditional colleges.

With all of the issues surrounding the field of higher education, the question then becomes: Is it possible to still earn a degree, one that holds value for students? More importantly, is it possible to measure the true value of a degree in higher education? I believe the answer begins with a matter of purpose and by that, I mean schools should be working to ensure that educational programs and courses are designed with a specific purpose and completed for a specific purpose by the students. Educators should also see this as a matter of importance as they develop their instructional strategies and work with students in the classroom. It may sound too idealistic and improbable to implement; however, there is something that every educator can do to ensure that their students are working towards this goal of purposeful-driven education. What I will focus on is the educator’s perspective and strategies that can increase value for students.

My Experience in Higher Education

While working for one of the larger for-profit online schools, students stated to me hundreds of times in their introductions that once they completed their associate’s degree they would be able to purchase a new house, new car, and earn a six-figure income. I do not know if that was their belief when they began their degree program, and I do not want to blame anyone if that wasn’t their initial belief; however, students need to have realistic expectations. For these students, a degree was almost like a lottery ticket to a better life. While they were not really certain how that transformation was supposed to occur, they were convinced that it would happen upon graduation.

I can also share an example of my own continuing education. I enrolled in a traditional MBA program as I was planning to relocate and I knew that I was going to start my own small business as a consultant and writer. I also knew that historically a MBA graduate was highly-sought after; however, that has changed over time. Obtaining a MBA no longer guaranteed a certain job or career. What I acquired after graduation was a knowledge base that would inform my small business practice, help develop my business acumen, and continue to inform my teaching practice.

The next degree I sought was also done for a specific purpose and it was focused on adult education, as I was working in the field of higher education and had goals established. I knew going into my doctorate degree program exactly what I wanted accomplish once I had graduated, and how the acquired knowledge would enhance my teaching practice and serve as professional development for my career. In other words, I did not expect that the degree itself was going to do something for me, as people often do when they invest their time and finances in a degree, I knew what I was going to do with that degree – and that is how I was going to gain value from it.

The question that I keep in mind now is this: How do I help students also gain this type of value from their degree, especially if they do not start out with a purpose in mind?

What Does It Mean to Create Value?

I have worked for many online schools that have told their students to be sure to relate the concepts they are studying to the real world, without providing any further explanation or set of instructions. The phrase “real world” is being used so much now by schools that administrators believe everyone knows what it means, and I am not convinced that students actually understand it from the same perspective. The real world for students may involve trying to make ends meet, working to support a family, and balancing many responsibilities – while in contrast, schools want students to see bigger issues. Many of these same schools also give their instructors similar guidelines and tell them to relate the course concepts to the real world as they write course announcements, provide feedback, and engage students in class discussions.

As a faculty development specialist and educator in higher education myself, I well understand the wide range of possibilities that an application of course concepts to the real world can involve. In other words, how I view the real world and the issues surrounding it may be vastly different than someone else who holds a different position, skillset, academic background, and set of experiences than I do. This means that simply telling instructors to apply topics to the real world does not necessarily mean value is being created for their students. How someone defines the real world now is a matter of importance and that can vary from one individual to another, and students may not always relate to the reality of their instructors – and that means another solution must be found if relevance is the key to creating value. Below are some strategies that I have implemented in my online classes to help create value for students.

Purpose, Vision Statement: I believe that a purpose statement exercise is one of the most helpful projects that an educator can implement, if a connection can be made to the course and there is flexibility allowed in the course curriculum. When I have utilized this as an activity, I have asked students to define, redefine, expand, elaborate upon, and share the purpose for their degree program. I then have an opportunity to help work on mentoring students and adjusting, if even slightly, their expectations. When I provide instructions for this activity, I will ask them to share some research related to the career outlook for any of the jobs they may be interested in.

A vision statement activity can be implemented in conjunction with a purpose statement exercise, or used as a standalone activity, as a means of encouraging students to look ahead and define what they are working towards in realistic and specific terms. This activity can be useful for students who are visual or prefer to write out their goals. If a student is visually oriented, they can express their vision as a series of steps and find images to represent each goal. For written goals, students can provide details that go beyond stating something general, such as “I will earn a six-figure income” – and describe specific steps to be taken after graduation.

Collaboration: If you want students to begin to understand what the real world is like, try to find a way to have them collaborate together in small groups. What this does is to have them experience difference perspectives, opinions, and experiences. While some students may not be open to listening to or accepting what others have to say, and may even argue against them, eventually they will realize that there are other versions of reality that exist. While this may prompt conflict, and the group may never fully function together in the manner that you would like for them to in the short term, it is possible that this can serve as a trigger and prompt higher order thinking.

Projects: Project-based learning or PBL is popular with many educators and I can certainly understand why as it effectively demonstrates how students have taken and applied what they are learning throughout the class term. In addition, they are creating a portfolio, often stored through electronic means, that can be shown to potential employers as evidence of work product produced as part of the degree program. In other words, PBL prompts more that rote memorization of course concepts.

Case Studies: This is one of the most popular methods for implementing a real-world approach to learning. There are many case studies available for instructors and many more than can be found through online resources. These studies are usually related to businesses and can be used to prompt discussions and analyzation, leading to the use of critical thinking skills. This provides value as students are learning to think beyond the parameters of a textbook and apply what is being learned to what they may encounter in their careers.

Current Topics: Any time an instructor brings current topics into the classroom they are utilizing the real world. This provides context but not necessarily value. The value comes from how it is used and what students are doing with the information. More importantly, as with any activity there must be consideration given as to how it relates to the course, the learning objectives, and ultimately the degree program. For example, a current topic that is used as a springboard for application and analyzation of a course topic provides context and value for students.

As an educator, I am not going be able to change higher education by myself – whether it is the for-profit online school industry or the non-profit online school industry. As an adjunct online instructor, I am not going to be able to change existing courses and curriculum that I have been assigned to teach. Does this mean I should look at higher education as a system that is broken and beyond repair if I see nothing but problems? Should I feel hopeless if students are earning degrees that do not seem to hold the value they hoped to receive or may have been told they would receive? Absolutely not.

I can take every opportunity I have available to help teach my students how to define and redefine the purpose they have for their degree program – even as I am working to help them learn to relate and apply what they are learning to current topics and business issues. I measure value in higher education by the strategies I implement to help students find purpose and meaning as they are involved in the learning process. True value in higher education begins when I help engage students in the course and the learning process, and I implement purposeful-driven educational strategies.

Dr. J has been working in the field of higher education and distance learning since 2005, with roles that have included Chief Academic Officer, online instructor, college instructor, and online faculty development specialist. Dr. J has also acquired significant experience with instructional design and curriculum development, having developed hundreds of online courses for bachelors, masters, and doctorate programs.

Dr. Bruce A. Johnson is a professional writer, resume writer, learning and development consultant, social media strategist, and career coach. Dr. J founded Afforded Quality Writing in 2003 and has written hundreds of resumes every year in most industries, utilizing a skill set based approach to highlight the best of each person’s career.

May I Know the Advantages of Engineering in Electronics or Electrical?

The field of engineering in Electronics or electrical helps a lot in boosting up the career. The task of completing this course is a great challenge. It is a study of our day to day applications. It is a good professional degree meant to achieve the level of excellence. It is a course of tough theories and applications. There are many benefits of doing this course and these benefits are explained in the following manner.

Good Graduate Degree
It is a course of good professional education. It analyzes all the subjects practically. It prepares the students by developing professional skills within him or her. Along with professional education, it provides a good graduate degree. After completing it the student is designated as engineer-graduate.

It is the study of day to day applications and machineries which are a part of electrical companies and to handle these applications and machineries is not an easy task, therefore engineers of this field use to get higher amount of salaries. Along with salary, some companies offer other facilities to these engineers.

This course develops the skills of the student practically. It develops problem solving skills with respect to practical theories and applications. It prepares the students to solve all sorts of technical issues. It develops all sorts of technical skills within the students in order to make him or her liable to face each and every type of challenge.

This degree is recognized in every corner of the world. These types of engineers have a place outside India. They are warmly appreciated everywhere. This degree prepares the students in accordance to the high profile standard of foreign countries.

Our new developing nation has a high demand of electrical or electronics engineers. A common person cannot create, understand and alter electrical control systems and it is the function of degree-holders of this education which is not an easy task and thus they are in high demand.

This qualification provides the job of good designation and salary. He or she finds job everywhere. He or she uses to get full priority in the jobs. He or she enjoys his or her work position with full dignity.

Social Status
This qualification makes a good image in the society. He or she lives in the society with full prestige and honour. He or she has many contacts not even in the company in which he or she is working, but with his or her family members and relatives.

The degree-holders of this qualification work in variety of fields. These diverse fields comprise telecommunication, energy equipment and laser technology. These fields are always available for him or her in order to choose the field of one’s own interest.

What Do You Do When Good Students Seem to Go Bad?

As an educator, I care about my students – all of them. Even the students who challenge me and occasionally cause me to walk away from my laptop for a short break. I believe it stems from my belief in the potential that every student has to learn, even if students do not learn at the same pace or comprehend the course topics at the same time. Most of the classes that I have taught have been online, and I have enjoyed teaching in a virtual learning environment – even though it was challenging at first when I could not see the students like I could when I was teaching in a traditional classroom. Over time I developed an ability to tell when students are engaged in the class and when students are slowly starting to disengage. I know that some form of outreach is needed when students are struggling, to help re-engage them back in the class.

The easiest aspect of online teaching, and I know that it applies to teaching adult students in general, is working with students who are highly motivated and want to perform well in your class. Those are the students you do not have to worry about or spend a lot of time trying to help them improve upon developmental issues as they are usually your top performers and earning the best grades in the class. At the other end of the teaching spectrum are the students who seem to put in the least effort possible and need a lot of attention, and I do not mind that either as I want to show those students that someone cares enough to help them when they need it – even when they may not think they need help. As long as they are receptive to receiving help, they can improve.

A challenge for teaching adult students, and this applies for instructors who are teaching students online and in traditional classrooms, occurs when the performance of high achieving students suddenly declines. Their involvement in class discussions may diminish significantly, they may miss assignment deadlines, or they stop submitting assignments. With poor performing students it can be easy to make an assumption that they are not applying themselves, not trying hard enough, or they are not utilizing the feedback and coaching provided. What does an instructor assume when it is a top performing student whose grades and performance begins to decline? At what point should an instructor intervene and try to ascertain what is causing the issue? I have learned that there are always steps to be taken and solutions that can be implemented, whether internally or externally based, and these are the strategies I will address.

Finding the Root Cause

Whenever a student is struggling, regardless of how well or how poorly they have been performing throughout the duration of the course, I always make an attempt to reach out to them and assist them. When the performance of a student who has been doing especially well begins to decline, there is likely something more going on. For those situations, I have learned that it may not be possible to get to the bottom of the issue – especially if it involves something going on in their personal life. More importantly, is not my responsibility to ask questions of a personal nature when contacting students.

However, I need to be diligent in my outreach attempts and determine if there are any factors that are within my control. For example, within an online classroom it is possible that a conflict has occurred between this student and another student. I can usually spot incidents like this during class discussions and when I do, I make certain to intervene. Other factors that cause disengagement from online classes include a dislike of the course, course topics, or discussions. When there are visible symptoms within the classroom that provide indicators as to why the student’s performance has been adversely affected, I can then better address the root cause of the problem.

Finding Solutions to Help Your Students

Before you can develop solutions to help the top performing students recover from a time of declining grades or performance, you need to speak with that student in some manner. The most effective method would be direct one-on-one communication, either by instant messaging or phone. However, I understand that as an adjunct instructor finding time to schedule an appointment with students who live in different time zones can be challenging. Consider though how impersonal an email can be, and how easy it can be to misinterpret the tone and intent of the meaning of the message because you are being represented by the words you have written.

Once you have made contact with your student, you can then develop a solution. I view the possible solutions for helping these students from three different perspectives: Internal solutions, external solutions, and solutions discovered through self-reflection.

Internal Solutions: When I am able to contact a struggling student, and learn about the reason for the decline in their performance, I can better determine how to assist them. For example, if they have lost interest in the class topics, they are bored with the class in general, or they do not know how to respond to the class discussion; I can find a solution to help them and it is something internal or within the scope of my instructional practice. There may be other reasons identified when I am able to speak with the student that can be addressed, and would have remained unresolved if I would not have made an outreach attempt. As an example, if this student had a conflict with another student, I can implement conflict resolution strategies to help change the situation.

External Solutions: If I am unable to contact the student whose performance has declined, and I have been consistent in my outreach efforts, then I have school procedures I can follow. For example, I may be able to contact an academic advisor for assistance with reaching out to this student or submit a referral notice to classroom support. If I am able to communicate with the student, and the student expresses personal information that concerns their well-being, I can also make an immediate referral to the appropriate academic department. Regardless of the circumstances, if I cannot reach the student and they are now at risk for failure – I need to make certain that I have done my part and the school has been notified as well.

Solutions Through Reflection: Becoming a highly effective educator occurs over time and with practice. I have discovered that the times when I am challenged are also the times that I discover how to improve my teaching methods and instructional strategies. When a “good” student seems to go “bad” – that is a time when I look more closely at what I have posted in my online class, considered how I interacted with students through emails and posts, and what I did to encourage their best performance. I realize that I cannot control all possible circumstances; however, reflection is always part of growth and I know that I can always learn, just as my students can learn.

The most important lesson I have learned is that putting in my best effort does not always mean every student is going to stay highly productive and engaged in the class. If there are students who are not a good fit for the class or the program, then they need to be offered assistance and options – rather than be allowed to continue to decline until they fail the class or they are dropped by the school. If there is a reason for the decline, and one that can be corrected once it has been discovered through a conversation, that creates a teachable moment and strengthens working my relationship with them. Hopefully the next time they feel challenged, they will contact me right away.

I have also learned not to have pre-conceived assumptions about students when they are performing at different levels. Instead, I want to help students discover their own potential. However, I know that student performance is going to naturally fluctuate over time. I remember being a student and I did well in some classes but in others I had to put in a lot more time as the subjects challenged me. It was my instructor who made a difference and that helped influence me as I became an educator. When I demonstrate care and concern for a student, especially a student who is struggling for reasons I may or may not ever know about, I might be able to make enough of a difference to help re-engage them back into the class and see their performance begin to improve again.

Dr. J has been working in the field of higher education and distance learning since 2005, with roles that have included Chief Academic Officer, online instructor, college instructor, and online faculty development specialist. Dr. J has also acquired significant experience with instructional design and curriculum development, having developed hundreds of online courses for bachelors, masters, and doctorate programs.

Dr. Bruce A. Johnson is a professional writer, resume writer, learning and development consultant, social media strategist, and career coach. Dr. J founded Afforded Quality Writing in 2003 and has written hundreds of resumes every year in most industries, utilizing a skill set based approach to highlight the best of each person’s career.

Judicious Use of Finance Assignment Assistance

Financial Accounting is one of the most popular and sought after courses. At the same time, it is quite difficult to study and master. The subject has a lot of elements that may leave a student perplexed and bewildered when writing statements and solving financial cases. Most of the times, the students are hard pressed for time and grapple with a lot of academic assignments simultaneously.

Online Help and Its Significance

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Help Available for a Variety of Subjects

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Judicious Use of Finance Homework Help

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