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IIT JEE


Do I need coaching for IIT-JEE?

If you are an IIT-JEE aspirant, chances are that you have dealt with the self-preparation vs coaching institution* dilemma at some point in time ie if you are not struggling with it still. IIT-JEE is perhaps the most prestigious and competitive examination in the country. And why not? After all, it opens your doors to some of the best engineering colleges in the country. So, the predicament about which road to take, vis-à-vis preparation for IIT JEE only make sense.

However, like every path taken, both the options present their fair share of pros and cons. It is important for anyone to understand the advantages and disadvantages of both self-preparation and studying in a coaching institute, before they take the plunge. Read on as we try to understand both sides of the story.

Before coaching centres mushroomed, self-preparation was the only way forward to IIT-JEE. And why not? After all, it was an economical choice to make. Besides, studying on one’s own gives one the chance to study at their pace. The flexibility that comes with self-preparation is undeniable. You don’t really have to get up early in the morning to attend a class, or give up on meeting your friends because you have a class scheduled.

But, this is where the benefits of studying on your own for IIT-JEE end. As lucrative as self-study may sound, it comes with its fair share of demerits. Studying on your own means that you are the only one who can assess your progress, and assessment of self isn’t always objective. This is quite unlike coaching centres, where there are experts at your aid, constantly monitoring your progress and even guiding you on how to do better.

Further on, self-preparation requires a humongous amount of self-discipline. How many times have you ended up binge watching that web series, telling yourself ‘one more episode’, and procrastinating that difficult chapter. That happens when you are studying on your own, a lot. The question is that can you afford such a callous attitude when preparing for an exam as difficult as IIT-JEE. However, the biggest drawback of self-studying for IIT-JEE is that you do not have expert guidance in case of conceptual difficulties.

A coaching institute, on the other hand, is equipped with professionals who can not just help you with difficult and challenging topics, but serve as a constant troubleshooter for all your queries. Coaching institutes are expert study centres that have been meticulously designed with an objective to help students prepare for competitive examinations.

With subject experts at their aid, they focus on conceptual instead of rote learning. By offering the students an absolute clarity of concepts at not just the surface, but a deeper level, they offer them an edge in competitive examinations. In addition, these experts are abreast with the changes in curriculum and latest teaching pedagogies to ensure that their students receive nothing short of the best. Despite these institutes offering so many advantages, many people refuse to opt for them simply for the expenditure they entail.

While the additional expenditure cannot be denied, the fact remains that they are value for money, considering all the guidance they offer. Besides, when something as valuable as your career is at stake, every investment is worth it. Some skeptics say that coaching institutes can make learning stressful because of the competition they enforce, and the pressure of having to balance curriculum in school and coaching. But isn’t stress and competition part and parcel of preparing for a ‘competitive’ exam anyway?

So, it is easy to conclude that coaching institutions are a great bet. But make no mistake, the same cannot be said for each one of them. When preparing for IIT JEE, you would want the best coaching centre in Delhi. While there are plenty options, it is recommended that you opt for one that recruits subject experts and offer a personalized learning approach. Amity Institute of Competitive Examinations (AICE) fares well in both criterion.

Nestled in the heart of south Delhi, it offers its students a constant support system. Students’ progress is analysed on a regular basis and constant feedback is provided that helps students work on their weak areas. In addition, students are offered earmarked study material. AICE with its holistic learning approach and a meticulously crafted teaching pedagogy, is certainly a mecca for any IIT JEE aspirant.

In the end, self-learning or coaching institution, the road to cracking IIT JEE is not easy; one that is marred with quite a few challenges. A coaching institution will only make the journey a tad bit easier.

Best JEE Mains & Advance coaching in Delhi NCR

The joint entrance exam is the an all India exam for admissions to the undergraduate technical course BE, B tech or bachelor of architecture. The coaching for the JEE main and advance helps the student to adequately cover the syllabus and prepare accordingly under the guidance of experts. The JEE main is conducted every year to select candidates for counseling in NITs, IITs, and GFTIs. The questions are based on the NCERT textbooks and concepts.

The JEE advanced is the second stage of the competitive exam where students are selected by the different IITs on the performance in the advanced stage. The Best JEE Mains & Advance coaching in Delhi NCR is provided simultaneously with the preparations for the CBSE exams. The exam is conducted in math, physics and chemistry . The students do not have to separate the preparations for the two exams. The syllabus of the JEE exam is covered during the preparations for the CBSE exam. To reduce the burden on the students and avoid the extra effort to prepare the competitive exam, the Amity has developed synchro study program covering the syllabus of CBSE while preparing for the competitive exam. The coaching classes teach the CBSE syllabus and study material for the JEE exam in synergy with each other.

Since coaching is provided during the school hours, the student does not have to study the whole day. The study material is developed by the experts with the year of experience in the teaching of subjects that are part of the syllabus for the competitive exam. The compilation of the study material helps students to assimilate more in the short period of time. The same syllabus is covered in details during the advanced classes for the competitive exam. The Amity provides the coaching which helps each student to understand the basic concept and deal with questions asked in the exam. The coaching classes for the main and advanced cover the syllabus comprehensively that enables students to face the highly competitive exam confidently. Since negative marking is part of the exam, we help students to understand each topic deeply and comprehensively. The systematic preparations help our students mark the answers confidently. Hostel facility for outstation students is also provided at the institute.

JEE MAINS & Advanced Top Achiever 2020-21

JEE Advanced- 2020-21

Student Name

Rank

Aryan Gupta, (AIS, Gurugram 46)

AIR – 298, JEE Advanced 2020

Abhimanu Sinha, (AIS, Gur. 46)

AIR – 375, JEE Advanced 2020

Kanishk Goel, (AIS, Gur. 43)

AIR – 433, JEE Advanced 2020

Pranav Sharma, (AIS, Mayur Vihar)

AIR – 722, JEE Advanced 2020

Rishabh Sharma, (AIS, Mayur Vihar)

AIR – 967, JEE Advanced 2020

JEE Advanced- 2021

Student Name

Rank

Tejas Anand

119

Anikesh Parashar

402

Ameya Mishra

497

Aryan Sharma

518

Achintya Gupta

581

Ark Verma

901

Mridul Pandey

1015

Shresth Ojha

1102

Durgesh Nandini

1312

Ishaan Sinha

1333

Vidunram A R

1628

Vedant Tuli

1879

Medhansh Goyal

1904

Pratham Mittal

2218

Saptarshi Banerjee

2616

Aditya Singal

2699

Aditya Chauhan

3133

Jaskaran Singh Sodhi

3972

Saksham Bajaj

4194

Harshit Garg

4338

Kanika Jain

5270

Kritvi Gera

5357

Nishant Luthra

6152

Chinmay Gupta

6440

Anchit Gupta

6816

Manan Hingorani

7035

Akshit Shishodia

7505

Palash Jha

8057

Akshat Gupta

8186

Mohammad Kaif

8278

Om Singh

8650

Priya Mathur

9005

Dhruv Sandhu

10849

Himanshu Sachdeva

11166

Ayush Goyal

14099

Ananya Singh

14997

Vrinda Juneja

15328

Aditya Jain

15653

Aayush Gupta

15978

Pratyansh Vaibhav

16460

Sanjana Dutta

17638

Aryaman Jain

20593

Eashan Bhardwaj

20772

Sarthak Aggarwal

21928

Gourav Pandey

22693

Saatvik Dabral

22814

Srishti Ambastha

24237

Pratik Gupta

25346

Aaryan Gupta

27069

Shivansh Awasthi

27839

JEE Mains- 2021

Student Name

Rank

Tejas Anand

67

Anikesh Parashar

181

Achintya Gupta

279

Durgesh Nandini

536

Kanika Jain

577

Aryan Sharma

589

Mridul Pandey

1026

Shresth Ojha

1053

Keshav Kapoor

1068

Avdhesh Chaudhary

1088

Saptarshi Banerjee

1098

Ark Verma

1325

Ameya Mishra

1437

Chinmay Gupta

1575

Aadi Avasthi

1593

Vedant Tuli

1883

Harshit Garg

2228

Medhansh Goyal

2315

Nishant Luthra

2509

Manan Hingorani

2774

Vidunram A.R

2913

Aditya Singal

3069

Akshat Gupta

3118

Khushi Sinha

4000

Jaskaran Singh Sodhi

4228

Akshit Shishodia

4273

Pratham Mittal

4358

Palash Jha

4511

Manaswinee Gupta

4702

Ishaan Sinha

4752

Mohammad Kaif

5228

Aditya Chauhan

5491

Saksham Bajaj

5871

Priya Mathur

7317

Anchit Gupta

7724

Ayush Goyal

8075

Eashan Bharadwaj

8747

Vyom Gupta

9722

Kartik Verma

10496

Vrinda Juneja

10588

Tanmay Prabhanjan

12003

Pratyansh Vaibhav

12055

Himanshu Sachdeva

7976

Aryaman Jain

12347

Bhavya Jalan

13862

Dhruv Sandhu

14038

Ananya Singh

15140

Aditya Amitabh Gupta

15204

Animesh Srivastav

15862

Aayush Gupta

15982

Examination Pattern of JEE

JEE (Mains)*

  • Paper - 1: (B.E./B. Tech.) • Paper - 2: (B.Arch./B. Planning). Depending upon the course(s) candidates are seeking admission, they may take Paper-1 (B. E. /B. Tech.), or Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning.), or both. Subject combination for each paper, type of questions in each paper and mode of examination available is given in the table below.
  • Duration of Exam (Mains) - 3 hrs.

*Paper pattern as per JEE Mains 2016 notification

JEE (Advanced)
  • Mode of examination will be Computer Based Test - the complete examination will be conducted in Computer Base Test (CBT) mode only.
  • Duration of each paper will be 3 hours
  • Each of the question papers will consist of three separate sections – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • The questions will be designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates. In some sections, incorrect answers may be awarded with negative marks.
  • Amity provides a comprehensive course curriculum that enables students to clear the competitive examinations confidently.

JEE (Mains)*

  • Paper - 1: (B.E./B. Tech.) • Paper - 2: (B.Arch./B. Planning). Depending upon the course(s) candidates are seeking admission, they may take Paper-1 (B. E. /B. Tech.), or Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning.), or both. Subject combination for each paper, type of questions in each paper and mode of examination available is given in the table below.
  • Duration of Exam (Mains) - 3 hrs.

Paper-1 Time: 3 hrs. Maximum Marks: 183 (61 × 3)

Section Subjects Type of Questions No. of Questions Full Marks Negative Marks
1 Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics Single digit Integer (0 – 9) 5 3 × 5 = 15 0
2 One or More Correct Option(s) 7 4 × 7 = 28 –2
3 Single Correct option 6 3 × 6 = 18 –1
Total  

 

18 61  

Paper-2 Time: 3 hrs. Maximum Marks: 183 (61×3)

Section Subjects Type of Questions No. of Questions Full Marks Negative Marks
1 Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics Single Correct option 7 3 × 7 = 21 –1
2 One or More Correct Option(s) 7 4 × 7 = 28 –2
3 Comprehension 4 3 × 4 = 12 –1
Total  

 

18 61  

* Paper pattern as per JEE-Advance 2017

ACCELERATED CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME (ACCP) FOR CLASS XII PASS STUDENTS

Duration: 1 Year

No. of Hrs.: 400

Commencement: June/July

This programme is divided into three parts.

Part-I: Covers the entire syllabus of XI & XII.

Part-II: Extensive Training Programme (ETP) in which the student is groomed extensively with the entire syllabus.

Part-III: Test and Discussion Programme to be ready for the examination.

Features:

  • 3-4 days a week, 4-6 hrs. each day
  • Weekly test • 352 hrs. of comprehensive training
  • 48 hrs. of final review in the pinnacle/A.MAT
  • Olympiad Training Programme
  • Exclusive Doubt Classes
  • Daily Practice Papers (DPP), Online Test Series

CRASH PROGRAMME (AIEEE/DCE) FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE APPEARED/PASSED CLASS XII

No. of Hrs. : 180

Commencement: March uptill May

  • During this Programme the entire syllabus is revised and the questions asked in the previous entrance examinations are discussed.
  • Programme also includes a number of part and full tests that serve as practice tests for various Engineering Entrance Examinations & test the student’s speed and accuracy.
  • The admission to this Programme is direct on the basis of the percentage of marks secured by the student in the board examinations.

Features:

  • 6 days a week, 6 hrs. each day
  • Covers all subjects for practice
  • 3 Module tests
  • Daily Practice Papers (DPP)
  • Online Test Series available
  • A.MAT / Pinnacle

EXTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME (ETP) FOR XII STUDYING & XII PASS

No. of Hrs. : 220 (Discussion)

Commencement: October/November

  • This Programme is meant for the students who have a thorough understanding of the subject and wish to sharpen their problem solving skill and to develop a competitive attitude.
  • There is no teaching of the syllabus in this Programme. The students study the topics themselves and come prepared for the test and discussion as per schedule.
  • There are 20+ tests patterns in all (IIT-JEE/AIEE/DCE etc.)

EXTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME (ETP) FOR XII STUDYING & XII PASS

Commencement: Aug. - Nov.

This course starts after finalizing the syllabus of class XI and XII extensively.

  1. In the Programme, potential candidates are selected from various centres and are given opportunity to interact with their counterparts along with the revision of the syllabus in an exam like atmosphere.
  2. Through the series of tests, students are constantly screened and their grey areas are discussed.
  3. Holistic approach is undertaken for overall development of students to maximize the chances of their success.

Features:

  • 2 days a week, 6 hrs. each day
  • Covers all subjects.
  • 3 Module tests
  • Daily Practice Papers (DPP)
  • Online Test Series available
  • A.MAT/ Pinnacle
  • Test & Discussion Programme (T&D)

Foundation Course (IX / X)

About

This program includes comprehensive coverage of CBSE Syllabus of science and mathematics subjects in synchronized way with relevant topics of higher level.

Program

In this course additional and relevant topics of higher level will also be taught to inculcate analytical skills, problem solving ability and better understanding of core-concepts required for PMT and various competitive examinations (like NTSE/Science Olympiad).
Students, who want to develop clarity of concepts at an early stage for competitive examination and those who want to build up a self-esteem in their overall development, need to join the foundation course.

Exam Pattern

Alternate weekly test of math and science + 4 mock tests (full syllabus)

ONE YEAR CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME (OCCP) FOR CLASS XII STUDENTS

(For All students)

Duration : 1 Year

No. of Hrs. : : 460

Commencement : March/April

This programme is divided into three parts.

Part-I: Covers the entire syllabus of XI & XII.

Part-II: Extensive Training Programme (ETP) in which the student is groomed extensively with the entire syllabus.

Part-III: Test and Discussion Programme to be ready for the examination.

Part - IV: Test and Discussion Programme to be ready for the examination.

Features:

  • 3 days a week, 4 hrs. each day
  • 2 Module Tests • Fortnightly Test
  • 412 hrs. of comprehensive training
  • 48 hrs. of doubt clearing classes and tests in the month of January/February
  • Olympiad Training Programme
  • Exclusive doubt classes
  • Daily Practice Papers (DPP), Online Test Series
  • Pinnacle/ A.MAT

TWO YEARS CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME (TCCP) IIT-JEE FOR CLASS XI STUDENTS

(For All students)

Duration : 2 Years

No. of Hrs. : 680

Commencement : April/July

The programme concentrates on clearing the basic concepts and then progress to the level of IIT-JEE.

This programme is divided into four parts.

Part-I: Covers Syllabus of class XI.

Part-II: Covers Syllabus of class XII. Includes preparation for both CBSE Boards and IIT-JEE examinations together.

Part-III: Extensive Training Programme (ETP) in which the student is groomed extensively with the entire syllabus

Part - IV: Test and Discussion Programme to be ready for the examination.

Features:

  • 3 days a week, 4 hrs. each day
  • Fortnightly Test
  • 6 Module Tests + 2 Complete Test
  • 632 hrs. of comprehensive training
  • 48 hrs. of doubt clearing classes and Tests in the month of January/ February
  • Extensive Training Programme (ETP)
  • Olympiad Training Programme
  • Exclusive doubt classes
  • Daily Practice Papers (DPP), Online Test Series
  • Pinnacle/A.MAT
  • The Synchrostudy programme is meant for Amitians