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Aspiring for an expert NEET training and hamstrung by financial constraints? Worry no more. This vibrant bunch of medicos and engineering professional will hand you the necessary residential coaching for free. All they ask for is a year of commitment and hard work.
Phoenix NEET academy, a not-for-profit coaching centre, has come forward to lend a helping hand to 30 students who are ready to spend a year for training. As the fees are higher for coaching classes, generally only those whose parents can afford the training opt for it.
Many are not so lucky, especially the underprivileged students in the government schools, and often had to settle for other career options, unable to afford coaching classes. Super 30, as the programme is named, is for such students. IGNITTE- The teaching club of NIT Trichy will be offering the academic support to the students under the program.
Those, who are from low economical background and aspiring to become a professional to serve people, may register for the examination. “Many of the students, who have scored well in plus-two board examination, did not perform well in NEET. The reason is a lack of proper orientation for NEET. It was then we thought of orienting these students who are capable of clearing any competitive examinations,” says Dr Madan Gunasekaran chief coordinator of Phoenix NEET academy.

Madan is a doctor in a government medical college and was earlier lending tuitions to plus two students from the government schools. A group of likeminded people started Phoenix NEET coaching last year and a total of 370 students trained by them cleared NEET this year.
Following the success, they have now decided to go a step further by identifying capable students but not oriented properly for the exam.
“Candidates would be selected after brief round of screening and once they are in, they will be given residential training free for a whole year,” say members from the academy. The academy will have a centre in Trichy where 30 students selected from across the state will be trained.
“Screening will be done to access the basic knowledge of students. The selected 30 students will be given everything for free. “All that we expect is a year of commitment and everything would be taken care of. Accommodation, food, material and coaching,” says Madan. “We will cover the entire state but will focus mainly on southern and central districts of Dindigul Thanjavur Pudukkottai, Perambalur, and Ariyalur districts.


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