Rajahmundry : Aakash+BYJU’S, India’s leader in test preparatory services, has introduced CET (Common Entrance Test) Courses in Andhra Pradesh for Class XI students who aspire to crack regional entrance examination for engineering colleges and JEE Mains. Aakash+BYJU’S plans to offer the courses in English for students of state board and the courses will commence after the Board examinations are held.
The new AP EAPCET (Andhra Pradesh Engineering Agriculture and Pharmacy Common Entrance Test) courses are a part of Aakash+BYJU’S vision to reach out to the local market and offer training to engineering students of State Boards besides the curriculum designed for CBSE-affiliated school students. The program will provide holistic learning solutions to students who are preparing for both their state engineering colleges as well as JEE Mains.
Students will be offered an integrated AP EAPCET+ JEE (Main) course. Separate batches for Class XI will be formed for the same and the medium of teaching will be in English.
Nearly 21 lakh students are studying in Class X and XII in Andhra Pradesh’s 69,000 affiliated schools. In 2021, more than 1 Lac students sat for EAPCET.
Some features of the new initiative are:
- Exclusive batches will be conducted for students of Class XI.
- Extensive curriculum will be created focusing on AP EAPCET and JEE syllabus
- High-quality study material will be provided keeping in sync syllabus of Class XI while covering subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
- Highly engaging English test papers created by Aakash+BYJU’S
Commenting on the launch of the AP EAPCET Courses, Mr Aakash Chaudhry, Managing Director, Aakash+BYJU’S, said, “With our ‘students first’ approach, the focus is on bridging the gap between regional and mainstream students. We aim to reach a larger percentage of engineering students through our integrated CET course and prepare them to ace not only AP EAPCET but also JEE Mains and Advance. Our highly trained experts are delivering quality mentoring to assist students in these competitive examinations.”