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Chirag Falor scores a remarkable 352 out of 396 

Bengaluru, NFAPost: Aakash Institute Classroom student, Chirag Falor, the national leader in test preparatory services, has done the Nation and the Institute proud by securing AIR 01 inJEE Advanced examination 2020. The results were announced by Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi).

Chirag has scored 352 out of 396. Congratulating Chirag for becoming the National Topper, Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) Director and CEO Aakash Chaudhry said it is a matter of great pride for the institute that its student Chirag Falor has secured AIR 01 in the tough JEE Advanced 2020 entrance examination.

“The credit goes to the hard work of our student, the support of his parents and the instructors who have guided him throughout his journey. Our quality test preparation is renowned in the industry for preparing students to excel in medical and engineering entrance exams. I wish Chirag all the best for future endeavours,” said Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) Director and CEO Aakash Chaudhry.

Chirag Falor credited his outstanding performance to hard work and the excellent coaching provided by Aakash IIT-JEE instructors for the examination, which is considered among the toughest in the world. The JEE Advanced Examination is applicable for admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs.

This is an impressive feat considering that more than 1.6 lakh students registered for JEE Advanced 2020 from across the country.

Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) provides comprehensive test preparatory services for students preparing for Medical and Engineering Entrance Examinations, School/Board Exams and Competitive Exams such as NTSE, KVPY, and Olympiads. 

Preparatory exam

AESL believes that the “Aakash” brand is associated with quality coaching and a proven student selection track record in various Medical and Engineering Entrance Examinations, Scholarship exams & Olympiads.

With over 32 years of operational experience in the test preparatory industry, the company has a large number of selections in Medical & Engineering Entrance Exams and several Foundation level Scholarship exams/Olympiads, a pan India network of 200+ Aakash Centers (including franchisee), and a student count of more than 250,000.

The Aakash group also owns famous K-12 EdTech brand, as well. AESL recently announced the appointment of cricketer Yuvraj Singh as its brand ambassador. The cricketer has come on board to help promote the company and its various brands including Aakash Institute, Aakash IIT-JEE, Aakash Digital and Meritnation. As the face of Aakash, Yuvraj Singh will lead the brand’s latest omni-channel ‘Success is Waiting’ campaign for Aakash Digital.

With the lockdown in place across the whole country, India is witnessing a unique situation where a lot of the school and college students are finding it difficult to prepare for various entrance examinations. To meet the demand, AESL has resorted to online classes called the Aakash Prime Class.

Aakash Prime Class

Using the new age satellite technology, AESL new inititive Aakash Prime Class will help students who wish to become Doctors and IITians across the country. Live streamed through the Internet to a classroom equipped with audio-visual equipment, this is a two-way interactive medium that will enable students preparing for JEE and NEET to study in a classroom sitting in their respective town/city interacting with the Faculty@Aakash based in Delhi live on screen.

The Aakash Prime Class courses will be delivered through the national network of AESL. The centres are VSAT-enabled and with the heldp of state-of-the-art studios & telecommunication facilities, they will channelize audio, video and data-enabled high-quality, faculty lectures to students. As part of this, the institute will now launch live classes on its YouTube channel. This is completely free of charge and anybody can access it.

“Aakash Prime Class will be like a mega webinar, through an easily accessible medium. This is majorly aimed for students who have no access to high-end gadgets. These can work on basic smartphones and computers too,” says Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) Director and CEO Aakash Chaudhry.

“The children are already loving it. They’re happy with the interface and the way it works. They don’t need a separate app for it. We are hoping that somewhere between 10,000 to 15,000 students will be accessing it,” he adds.

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