Srinagar: After successful completion of Super-50 free tuition to students preparing for different professional courses, the Education Department has invited applications from aspiring students to appear in the entrance examination and avail a chance to get admission to the free tuitions program
The Director School Education Kashmir (DSEK) said the department has upgraded various facilities for the successful completion of coaching program which include smart classes, central heating, regular counselling sessions, special sessions on personality development, highly qualified and competent faculty and guest lectures.
The Chief Ministers Super-50 tutorial is a comprehensive free coaching program for the students preparing for NEET, AIEEE and JKCET and allied examinations. Candidates who have cleared the 10+2 examinations from 2014-15 onwards or those awaiting results can submit their applications for the program.
According to DSEK application forms can be submitted online at www.dsek.nic.in upto December 16, 2016. The candidates who dont have access to the internet or find it difficult to submit online applications may visit office of the respective Chief Education Officer to get facilitation for online form submission.
The Entrance Examination to be held on December 19, 2016 shall consist of one paper containing 60 MCQs, 20 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Mathematics subjects. Results will be declared on December 24, 2016 and class work will start from December 26 at Government Girls High School (GGHS) Hyderpora and at all the district headquarters.
It was said that top 50 candidates in each stream (PCM and PCB) shall be admitted to the program. In addition, a District-wise merit list of 50 students for each district shall also be drawn and admitted to the program at respective district headquarters.
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