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JAMMU: Vidyamandir Classes (VMC), Jammu held National Admission Test (NAT 2017), scholarship-cum-reward exam, at its Bahu Plaza Centre.
Students from all the schools of J and K appeared for the test to assess their competitive temperament.
Students who qualify the test will get admission in Vidyamandir Classes Jammu centre.
A career counseling seminar was also organised by VMC which was also attended by parents of all the NAT aspirants.
This seminar focused on the parenting and the nurturing of the kids in the present education scenario. Experts on this subject from VMC interacted with parents and cleared the jungle of dilemmas regarding the needs of students preparing for higher studies and exams.
Parents appreciated the seminar saying that it is the dire need of today’s educational era that along with the students, parents should also be guided for the nurturing of their wards.
VMC Jammu has produced best results so far in all spheres of education whether CBSE, JEE, AIPMT, JKCET, KVPY or NTSE.
Vidyamandir Classes has given another remarkable result of Jammu and Kashmir recently by giving three selections from entire J and K in Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) 2016 out of which two qualified the interview round as well. Another student from VMC Jammu center has secured All India Rank 34 in NSTSE 2017. VMC Jammu has produced maximum number of selections in NTSE stage 1 2016-17. VMC has become a renowned name in Jammu for those who want to crack the above mentioned target exams.
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