NEET, JEE Main: Form NTA to Delhi Government, here is a list of free resources that candidates can use to prepare for JEE Main, JEE Advanced, and NEET.
The exams for admission in top engineering and medical colleges can be quite challenging for the students. Moreover, the cost of the coaching institute is heavy on the pockets of the parents. Here is a list of free resources that candidates can use to prepare for JEE Main, JEE Advanced, and NEET:
SWAYAM Platform: Under this scheme, students of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) have access to courses taught in classes 9 to 12. All courses are interactive and available free of charge to any learner.
To access, these courses candidates need to register themselves on the Swayam website. While the courses are free of cost, the SWAYAM certificate for the final exam comes at a fee. Candidates who do not have the internet at home can also access these lectures available on various DTH channels.
National Testing Agency( NTA): Students can also access free lectures by various prominent professors and mock test series available on the official website of NTA – nta.nic.in.
Delhi Govt’S Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojana: Students residing in Delhi belonging to SC, ST, OBC, who have passed 10th and 12th and whose total family income does not exceed Rs.6 lakh per annum are eligible under this scheme.
The students are selected by the coaching institute on the basis of the academic criteria and eligibility test prescribed by the institute. The coaching institutes listed under the scheme issue advertisements in local newspapers and invite applications from eligible SC candidates as per the provisions of the scheme.
Rajasthan Govt Anuprati Coaching: Students residing in Rajasthan, who have secured 85 percent or more marks in the previous examination and belong to SC, ST, OBC, and EWS, whose total family income does not exceed Rs. 2.5 lakh per annum, can apply under this scheme. are eligible to apply. Interested candidates can apply online on the official website of the Rajasthan Government.
Haryana Govt’s Super 100 Scheme: Students who have passed class 10th with more than 80 percent marks are selected through a screening process for this scheme. To be considered candidates are required to register online on the website of the scheme. Apart from this, a boarding facility is also provided to the selected students under this scheme. As per the latest update, this scheme has been extended to 225 meritorious students.
Uttar Pradesh’s Abhyuday Yojna for Rural Students: This scheme is mainly to provide training in competitive examinations like UPSC CSE, JEE Main, NEET, NDA, CDS, etc for candidates from rural areas and low-income families. Students need to register themselves online through the registration portal of the scheme. The students are selected after the screening process. Study material like syllabus, notes, mock questions, etc. is available on the website, which can be downloaded and used by anyone for free.
Odisha’s Chatra Prosthan Yojana: It was launched in October 2021 by the Government of Odisha to provide free coaching for medical and engineering entrance examinations to ST students in the state. A total of 320 students are selected on the basis of class 10 merit and selection tests from among the students who have passed matriculation from SSD High Schools. Candidates can apply online on the website of ST and SC Development, Minority and Backward Classes Welfare Department, Government of Odisha to become the beneficiary of this scheme.
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Karnataka’s Mukhyamantri Vidyarthi Margadarshini: Students from reserved categories are eligible to apply under this scheme announced by the Karnataka government earlier this month. For JEE/NEET, as of now the only eligibility criteria is Class 12 Science background candidates. Candidates can apply online through the website of the Department of Social Welfare, Government of Karnataka.