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FIITJEE announces Talent Support Exam for 2013

Saturday, 24 August 2013 | PNS | Ranchi | in Ranchi
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Students aspiring to study at the IITs and other prestigious engineering colleges of the country will get an opportunity to test their standing and preparation for JEE-2014 on September 22, 2013, when FIITJEE, India’s premier Institute for engineering entrance training holds its annual Talent Support Exam.

Students securing a Rank in Top 300 in this exam will get a certificate of achievement & will also get online doubt removal support to help them in their preparation for IIT-JEE, 2014 without even joining FIITJEE.

 FIITJEE announced the dates for FTSE 2013 and the exam will be held in over 50 centres across several cities in the country.  To help meritorious students best achieve their dream, FIITJEE also offers scholarships and tuition fee waivers. Students securing a Rank in Top 300 in the FIITJEE Talent Support Exam will get Cash Scholarships + Tuition Fee Waiver for FIITJEE Program + Hostel Fee Waiver on the basis of their performance in the Exam. The FTSE rank one holder will get scholarship of Rs 1, 50,000/ in addition to complete fee waiver for FIITJEE coaching programmes.

 “Today the competition is such that students who start preparation late fall behind in the fray even if they have the ability to crack the JEE. And the early they gauge their standing, the better it is for them. Through this test, we not only help students know their rankings among aspirants but also offer them advice on the way forward for them. FTSE is like a mock JEE test for students, it also makes them aware of the possible pattern of the exam and gives them an idea on how they have to approach it,” says Mr. R L Trikha, Director, FIITJEE.

“While you can all the time be working on your preparation, it gives you a relative assessment of your chances. said Trikha.

 
 
 

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