STATE TIMES NEWS
NEW DELHI/ JAMMU: Aakash Educational Services private Limited, India’s leading coaching institute for aspiring doctors and engineers, announced the results for Aakash Talent Quest (ATQ) 2017 for students studying in class 12th and passed outs.
The exam was conducted across 22 states throughout the country on December 24, 2017 for admission into Crash Courses and Test Series Courses offered by the institute, Aakash Chaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services Private Limited, said.
The first edition of nationwide talent exam witnessed a total turnout of over 20,000 students, he said adding that out of these, top 50 students each from Medical and Engineering streams will be eligible for 100 per cent scholarship on tuition fee (Aakash Institute) for short term courses like crash course and Test Series Course.
Commenting on the result, Aakash said, “I congratulate all students for taking forward the first step towards success.
Our expert team will now work with these students to strike the right balance between ability, aptitude and study material to help them fulfill their dreams.
We are confident that our expert guidance will help these students at the crucial juncture to embark on a successful journey ahead”.
From Jammu branch, a total of 193 students have qualified in ATQ 2017.
Apart from that, students who have secured ranks from 51 to 15000 in both Medical and Engineering category will receive scholarship from 80 per cent to 20 per cent on the tuition fee as per the defined criteria by the institute.
Additionally, the institute will also offer cash prizes to top 100 students each as per the defined terms and conditions.
As a further motivator, all class 12 students who enroll on or before January 31, 2018, will be given free access to Aakash iTutor recorded video lectures till March 31, 2018.
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