Five FIITJEE students from the Northeast qualified the JEE this year who were enrolled in the institutes’ distance learning programme. FIITJEE, a leader in the field of training aspirants for IIT-JEE and various other competitive examinations, announced this through a press statement.
Announcing new admissions, FIITJEE said that the distance learning programmes include self-sufficient and easy to understand study materials and practice assignments. Head of non-classroom programmes at FIITJEE, Amit Bansal, said that the national toppers Aman Bansal (AIR 1), Kunal Goyal (AIR 3) as well as Girl Topper Ria Singh have all taken the FIITJEE distance learning programme, irrespective of the fact that they were studying in different institutes.
“Aspirants, belonging to the cross-section of the society, who wish to make it to the IITs, require rigorous training and guidance to crack JEE. Through our distance learning series, we aim to cater to the needs of the aspirants who aren’t able to join the classroom series. We reach them and help them realise their true potential and capability to achieve their desired goals,” said Amit Bansal.
Bansal further emphasized that even if a student is enrolled in any institute, their studies are not complete without FIITJEE distance learning programme. Bansal gave example of the national toppers who, in spite of joining regular courses, opted for FIITJEE’s distance learning programme to boost their preparations.
The five students from the Northeast who have qualified in JEE this year are Kaustav Kashyap Das (AIR 2281), Sheikh Md. Shakeel Hassan (AIR 6943), Swapnil Bhowmik (AIR 11730), Atibhi Agrawal (AIR 16789) and Mayank Singh Kushwaha (AIR 25814). They all undertook the FIITJEE’s distance learning programme.