Besides under 15% merit positions of All India Quota seats, the following States/Universities/Institutions have also consented to use the merit list of AIPMT 2016 for admission to MBBS/BDS seats under their control:
  1. Haryana
  2. Himachal Pradesh
  3. Madhya Pradesh
  4. Andaman & Nicobar
  5. Arunachal Pradesh
  6. Manipur
  7. Meghalaya
  8. Odisha
  9. Rajasthan
  10. Chandigarh (UT)
  11. University of Delhi
  12. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
  13. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (UP)
  14. Hamdard University, New Delhi
Ans. AIPMT 2016 will be an offline pen and paper test.
Ans. The date of examination is 1st May, 2016 (Sunday).
Ans. The Question Paper of AIPMT 2016 shall be based on the syllabus as notified by the Medical council of India which is at Appendix-X of the Information Bulletin of AIPMT-2016 available on the website
Ans. The AIPMT 2016 consists of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only.
Ans. The duration of AIPMT-2016 will be 03 hours from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m
Ans. A list of examination centre cities is provided at Appendix-II of the Information Bulletin of AIPMT-2016 available on The list is also displayed on website separately.
Ans. Application form for AIPMT can be submitted only online through website Details are available under Clause 12 - Mode of submission of Application Form and fee details as provided in the Information Bulletin of AIPMT 2016.
Ans. Candidate can take the assistance of Facilitation Centres for submission of application form during working hours. Details are given at Appendix-VII of Information Bulletin.
Ans. The examination fee for AIPMT 2016 can be remitted in the following manner:
  1. Online payment through Debit/Credit Card
  2. Payment through e-Challan at the branches of HDFC Bank/ICICI Bank/Syndicate Bank/State Bank of India [For details, please refer Clause 12 (pg. 6 & 7) of Information Bulletin.]
Ans. Candidates can approach the concerned Banks on contact nos. which is available on the website of the AIPMT-2016.
Ans. The website has a link – Help, to show nearby branches of HDFC Bank/ICICI Bank/Syndicate Bank/State Bank of India for facilitating candidates to make payment by e-challan.
Ans. No. Once the online application form is submitted successfully by the candidate, it cannot be withdrawn. Claims for refund of application fee will not be entertained under any circumstances.
Ans. A candidate who have completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL.
The upper age limit for candidates seeking admission under 15% All India Quota Seats is 25 years as on 31st December of the year of the entrance examination. Further provided that, this upper age limit shall be relaxed by a period of 5 (five) years for the candidates of Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes/ Other Backward Classes. Candidate must born on or between
Ans. A candidate who have  completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL.

Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) may also appear in AIPMT for admission in seats under the control of participating States/Universities/Institutions subject to rules and regulations of the Government of India, respective State Governments and the University/Institution concerned. OCI candidates may verify eligibility norms of participating States/Universities/Institutions before applying for AIPMT 2016

The upper age limit for candidates seeking admission under seats in the control of participating States/Universities/Institutions shall be as per their rules and regulations.
Ans. Yes, if in case the candidate is not eligible to seek admission to MBBS/BDS seats in Medical/Dental Colleges in the State of Andhra Pradesh, J&K and Telangana. The candidate is also required to submit a self-declaration to this effect that he/she is not domicile of Andhra Pradesh, J&K and Telangna (Format at Appendix of Information Bulletin).
Ans. State of Origin For example, a candidate from Andhra Pradesh and domicile of Gujarat should fill Andhra Pradesh against the column – State to which candidate belongs.
Ans. The candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the print out of the Confirmation Page or any document (s) to AIPMT Unit.
Ans.There will be an option for one time online correction of personal particulars of candidates. However, candidate will not be allowed to correct CHOICE OF EXAM CENTRE AND LANGUAGE OF QUESTION PAPER under any circumstances.
Ans. Yes, any candidate passed class XII examination with an aggregate of 50% marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Bio-Technology) and also passed English in the Qualifying Examination from any recognised Board/University can appear in the AIPMT subject to other conditions.
Ans. It is not necessary to offer Maths to appear in AIPMT.
Ans. No. Any examination equivalent to class XII examination of a recognized Board/University comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology including practical test in these subjects and English is only eligible to appear in AIPMT.
Ans. The Online Application for AIPMT-2016 will be available on from 1st December 2015.
Ans. The application forms are available online only. A candidate can apply by logging into website
Ans. There is no attempt limit, but Age limit should not be exceeded.
Ans. The candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the Confirmation Page of the online application form or any document (s) to AIPMT Unit.
Ans. Yes. Indian Nationals and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) are Eligible for appearing in the AIPMT 2016. However, OCIs are not available for seats under 15% All India Quota. Eligibility of OCI candidates for admission under seats in the control of participating States/Universities/Institutions shall be ascertained before applying for AIPMT.
Ans. The tentative schedule of hosting of Admit Cards is from 1st April, 2016.
Ans. The Guidelines for AIPMT 2016 are available in the Information Bulletin of AIPMT 2016 which is available on the website
Ans. Under 15% merit positions of All India Quota seats in Government Medical Colleges filled through the Counselling conducted by DGHS are All India quota seats.
Ans. Yes, only in those States/Universities/Institutions/AFMC opted to use merit list of AIPMT 2016. Details are at Annexure-VIII of Information Bulletin of AIPMT 2016.
Ans. Yes. Each correct answer will get 04 marks and for each incorrect response, 01 mark will be deducted from the total score.
Ans. The result of successful candidates of AIPMT 2016 is valid for the academic session 2016-16 only.
Ans. CBSE Toll Free No.18001 180 02, 011-22041807 and 22041808
Ans. Online Application forms once submitted successfully cannot be cancelled.
  1. The candidate is required to bring his/her admit card of AIPMT 2016.
  2. Candidates are advised to bring with them a card board or a clip board so that they have no difficulty in writing responses in the Answer Sheet even if the tables provided in the Examination Hall do not have smooth surface.
  3. One Post Card size (4” x 6”)photograph pasted on format downloaded along with the Admit card.
Please Note: Ball Point Pen will be supplied to the candidates by the centre.
Ans. No other article will be allowed in said examination centre. Hence, candidate should not carry any other things.
Ans. No candidate will leave the examination hall/room before the test concludes.
Ans. If Admit Card of a registered candidate is not uploaded on the website, one can contact AIPMT Branch, CBSE at e-mail: or fax no. 011-22509251 or through helpline number after 1st of April, 2016.
Ans. The result of AIPMT 2016 will be uploaded on the website, as per schedule.
Ans. For 15% All India Quota seats, counselling will be conducted by the DGHS. For seats under the control of participating States/Universities/Institutions, their respective authorities will be conduct counselling. Details are available at Annexure-VIII of Information Bulletin.
Ans. The images of OMR Sheet and Responses captured by the machine will be displayed on the website for any three days between 20th May, 2016 and 25th May, 2016. Candidates can view the same during said period free of cost.
  • Candidates will be given an opportunity to submit representation against the OMR grading on payment of Rs.1000/- per response challenged.
  • Rs.1000/- per response will be refunded to candidate if his/her challenge is accepted by the Board.
Ans. The Examination Hall will be opened 45 minutes before the commencement of the test. Candidates are expected to take their seats immediately after the opening of the Examination Hall. If the candidates do not report in time, they are likely to miss some of the general instructions to be announced in the Examination Hall.
Yes. Candidates who have taken admissions in NITs in 2015 are also eligible for appearing in JEE (Advanced) 2016, if they satisfy all other eligibility criteria given here.
  1. Criterion 1 – Performance in JEE (Main) 2016
  2. Criterion 2 – Age limit
  3. Criterion 3 – Number of attempts
  4. Criterion 4 – Appearance in Class XII (or equivalent) examination
  5. Criterion 5 – Earlier admission at IITs/ISM
Ans. If you have accepted seat in IITs/ISM then you are NOT eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2016. However, if you have accepted a seat in NITs/IIITs/Other GFTIs through JoSAA 2015 then you are eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2016.
Ans. Yes. You are eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2016 subject to fulfilling other eligible criteria.
Ans. Yes, it is compulsory. If a candidate is absent in one of the papers, then the candidate will be considered as absent in the examination.
Ans. Yes. JEE (Advanced) 2016 offer question papers in two languages: English and Hindi. Candidates have to choose the language option during the JEE (Advanced) 2016 registration.
Ans. Candidates will get only one question paper - either English question paper or Hindi question paper but not both.
Ans. No. Candidate will get the question papers in only one language (English or Hindi).
Ans. No. You will be considered absent in the examination and the result will not be prepared. It is compulsory to appear in both the papers for result preparation.
Ans. Yes. All foreign nationals including PIO and OCI card holders are eligible. Please refer to the relevant section of Information Brochure for more information.
Ans. Not all defence service personnel’s children are eligible for DS category seats. DS category seats are earmarked for children of defence / paramilitary personnel killed or permanently disabled in action during war or peacetime operations.
Ans. No. Since the bubbling on ORS is done using only black ball point pen, candidates cannot modify the answers once bubbled.
Yes. Such candidates have to decide as to which percentage of marks i.e. 2014 or 2015 is better and accordingly, they have to select the year and corresponding roll number in the first step of application form of JEE (Main) – 2016.
Further, the candidates who have passed class 12th in 2015 and appearing in improvement examination of class 12th in 2016, may fill the form in either of the following methods:-
(a) Select the year of passing class 12th as 2015 and enter the roll number, name of the board in the first step of the application form. In the second step of application form, select ‘yes’ in the column – appearing for improvement examination.
(b) Select the year of appearing class 12th as 2016 and fill the remaining form correctly.
After declaration of result of improvement examination, there will be option on the website to provide the correct roll number of class 12 in which candidate’s result is better.
Ans. As per Page No 16 of Information Bulletin, the scanned image of left hand thumb impression (right hand thumb in case the candidate do not have left hand thumb or any finger if both thumbs are not there) is to be uploaded during online submission of application form of JEE (Main) - 2016. However, if a candidate has uploaded right hand thumb impression (by mistake), he/she need not to worry because the form will not be cancelled because of this mistake and he/she will be issued admit card for appearing in JEE (Main) – 2016 as usual.
Ans. Name of the candidate and date on which the photograph is taken is to be mentioned on the photograph, but in case uploaded photograph does not have name and date, the form will not be rejected and no correction is required in such a case and he/she will be issued admit card for appearing in JEE (Main) – 2016 as usual.
Ans. Such candidates should enter the mobile number of his/her relative residing in India.
Ans. Yes, but a candidate can change mode of examination from pen & paper examination to computer based examination.
Ans. The correction in particulars can be done only if the candidates have paid the fee and completed all the steps of online application form of JEE (Main) – 2016. The candidates can modify all the particulars (except change of examination center and change of mode of examination from computer based to pen paper based examination) of his/her application form during the facility of correction in the 2nd fort night of January, 2016. The balance fee, if any due to correction in particulars, will have to be paid by the candidates during that period.
Ans. The roll number data of class 12th examination of 2016 is being collected from all the boards and it will be linked on the website of JEE (Main). The candidates at the time of downloading their admit cards of JEE (Main) – 2016 will have to enter their roll number of class 12th which will be verified with the data received from the concerned board and thereafter it will be updated in the database. In case, the roll number of class 12th of any particular candidate(s) is not provided by the concerned board, such candidates will not be able to download his/her admit card of JEE (Main) – 2016. The candidates appearing in improvement examination of class 12th in 2016 will get a chance in the last week of May or 1st week of June, 2016 to confirm as to which result/roll number of class 12th (i.e. of the year 2015 or 2016) they want to get considered for calculation of All India Rank of JEE (Main) – 2016.
Ans. If the payment status of online transaction (by credit/debit card) is not communicated by payment gateway in real time then fee payment is not completed. In this case, the candidates are required to pay the fees again either through online transaction or by e-challan and to download the acknowledgement page. Your amount of failed transaction of credit/debit card will be refunded back within 7 to 10 days. In case, fee payment is made through e-challan and the fee is not updated on the website, the candidate has to contact the concerned bank/branch for updation of fee. However, such candidates may also send the copy of paid e-challan through e-mail on
Ans. As per Page No 12: 2.9.2 of Prospectus –
  1. Year of Appearance in Qualifying Examination (QE), only those candidates who have passed their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2014 or 2015; or those who are appearing in their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2016 are eligible to appear in JEE (Main) - 2016.
  2. Candidates who passed Class 12th/Qualifying examination in 2013 or before as well as those who will appear in such examination in 2016 or later are not eligible to appear in JEE (Main)-2016.
  3. Candidates who appeared in class 12th/equivalent Qualifying Examinations in 2013, did not pass in 2013, but passed in 2014 are also not eligible to appear in JEE (Main) 2016.
  4. This criterion is applicable for both private and regular candidates. Private candidate can fill ‘xxx’ against the school name column.
Ans. . If a candidate does not make any selection, he/she shall be randomly assigned a slot/date as per the availability of the same as per page no.11 of information bulletin. Details of session and slot will be given on the admit card which can be downloaded from 2nd Week of March 2016.
Ans.Since Paper-2 is only in offline mode, a student who is appearing for both the papers, paper 1 being online mode and paper 2 being offline mode will only get such centers that have facility for both the modes of examination. For example: Test centers for this could be PATNA: PEN & PAPER BASED and COMPUTER BASED. Kindly refer to appendix 2 of information bulletin. Two different roll no and separate admit cards cannot be issued to a candidate to appear at different centres for paper 1 and 2 separately.
Ans. Yes, to appear in JEE (Advanced) a diploma holder can apply in JEE (Main) 2016 but his/her rank and score for JEE (Main) will not be declared as diploma holders cannot apply for admission in NITs and CFTIs through JEE (Main) channel.
Ans. Hindi medium paper will be bilingual in English and Hindi medium.
Ans. It is a Computer Based Exam which will be conducted using the Local Area Network (LAN) to make it safe, secure and un-interrupted.
  1. The candidate can review or re-answer any question at any point of time during the examination.
  2. The candidate can change the option of the answer during the exam duration and it is one of the most important features of computer based examination.
  3. The candidate also has the option to mark any answer for review at later stage during the examination.
  4. There will be a panel on computer screen showing all the question nos. in different colour scheme which will indicate which are the questions answered, left unanswered and marked for review.
  5. Candidate gets the flexibility in choosing the exam date of his/her choice as per his/her convenience.
  6. It will make Candidate feel confident on use of Information technology.
  7. You can also save upto Rs. 500 in Exam fees compare to Pen/Paper mode.
Ans. How to apply and what is the last date of applying for computer based exam?
Ans.The dates of examination are 9th & 10th April 2016.
Ans. A candidate can select the date of computer based examination at the time of filling the form for JEE (Main), after paying the fee. In case, a candidate do not select the date for computer based examination, he/she will be allotted the date as per the availability in that city.
  1. The exam will be from 09.30 - 12.30 Hours [IST].
  2. The Second shift (if required) will be from 14.00 - 17.00 Hours [IST].
Ans. The candidate need to know only how to use computer mouse. That is at the most required.
  1. All Examination Centre Cities - English and Hindi Medium
  2. Examination Centre Cities in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli - English, Hindi and Gujarati Note: The Candidate can also switch medium as many times as he/she wants during the examination.
Ans. The Candidate can opt for city of his/her choice as per list of computer based exam cities at the time of filling application form only.
Ans. It is very secure with zero error possibility as human intervention is minimal.
Ans. The Mock Test is available on CBSE/JEE websites. The Candidate can download the same and practice as many times as he/she wants. This will give look and feel of the format of Computer Based Exam in simulation environment.
Ans. There will be enough buffer computers available at the examination centers to take care of such problems and the time lost in change of system will be duly compensated as each and every second will be recorded by the server.
Ans. Combined result will be declared along with the Pen and Paper based examination candidates.
Ans. In Computer Based Examination the questions will appear on computer screen along with the answer options. Instruction page will also be displayed before the actual test begins. The time of reading of instructions will not be part of examination duration.
Ans. Yes, the question paper along with the options marked will be mailed to each and every candidate after the exam schedule is over.
Ans.Exams like NTSE, NSO, KVPY and JSTS are conducted at national level. Thousands of students compete in these exams and in order to excel in such exams, a student needs some extra preparation and a competitive edge that is missing from the school syllabus. We at Aakash cater to this ‘extra’ need of preparation that helps your child excel in such exams. Having the achievement of qualifying in a NTSE exam on a student’s resume will surely go a long way in boosting his career prospects.
Ans. The foundation level course at Aakash does not overburden a student with unnecessary facts and figures. It actually helps in enhancing the competitive streak in a student. The course material is so developed in such a manner so that a student gets simultaneously prepared for both, school level as well as national level exams. Aakash understands the importance of school level exams and hence never lets a student get diverted from its preparation.
Ans. No. It is not mandatory for a student to prepare for such competitive exams. However, it is beneficial if a student prepares for exams like NTSE that are held at a national level as these let a student know where he stands in a national level competition. A student gets to know about his weaknesses which will make him/her work even harder for future examinations. Such exams also set a student in the right mental frame so that he prepares himself well for future exams such as JEE, AIPMT and AIIMS etc.
Ans. In the Foundations program courses where there is only one installment, fee that can be paid through Cash or DD. In this case neither local nor outstation cheques will be accepted. For the courses having more than one installment, the first installment is to be paid through DD/Cash and the rest can be paid by post dated A/C payee local cheques. Payments can also be made online by visiting our website using a credit card/online payment option.
Ans. Yes. Aakash always awards scholar students in the form of scholarships. There is test like Admission Cum Scholarship Test (ACST) for admission in the foundation course program. Based on the performance in this test, a student is offered scholarships. The percentage of fee waiver may vary according to the marks secured in this test.
Ans. Each class has a maximum of 40 students. Student teacher ratio is of 40:1. Less number of students in a class means greater attention for every student present. A teacher can give more time to each student and can clarify his doubts properly. Thus the students get trained effectively.
Ans. Aakash has been quite consistent with its performance when it comes to producing achievers. A good number of students who had taken coaching from Aakash qualified NTSE and many other such exams. The details of which have been mentioned in the ‘Our Results’ category in .
Ans. If a student asks for fee refund before the commencement of classes at Aakash, then the admission fee and the first installment of fee deposited will be refunded. However, the registration fees and admission cum scholarship test fees will not be refunded under any circumstances whatsoever.
Ans. Succeeding in any examination depends on the hard work and diligent efforts that a student puts into preparation. We at Aakash can only show the right path and provide the necessary guidance to a student. Aakash believes that for success in an examination 80% credit goes to a student and 10% credit goes to the mentors and the parents individually. Aakash can only encourage a student to work hard, provide him with the best quality of guidance and study materials and inculcate a sense of discipline in him, the rest lies with a student, whether he wants to succeed or not.
Ans.These exams help a student gauge his performance on an all India level. Qualifying in such a competitive exam definitely gives a student some brownie points on his resume. These exams boost a student’s confidence and catapult him into the league of achievers. Qualifying in such an exam is a symbol of excellence in education. So a student must give these exams his best shot.
Ans. The various programs carried out under the ‘Foundations’ banner try to develop the reasoning and analytical skills of students that come handy when they go for higher level competitive exams like JEE, NEET and AIIMS etc. These programs help to invoke the thinking process of a child by making him understand the concepts from the basics. As the name suggests, the ‘Foundations’ course program establishes the ‘foundations’ of a student’s academic career which help him to succeed in all his future endeavors.
Ans. The eligibility varies from course to course. For,
  1. Integrated Course for Olympiads, NTSE & Class X, a student must have passed class IX or should be studying in class X.
  2. Integrated Course for Olympiads & Class IX, a student must have passed class VIII or should be studying in class IX.
  3. Integrated Course for Olympiads & Class VIII, a student must have passed class VII or must be studying in class VIII.
These courses prepare a student for NTSE exams and Olympiads along with sharpening his/her analytical skills and boosting his/her confidence levels.
Ans. The fee structure at Aakash is justified according to the quality of coaching provided. The details of the fee program are given in the subsequent sections.
Ans. Olympiads are organized at two levels:
Level 1 is a Science Olympiad and Mathematics Olympiad that is organized by the SOF in the respective schools of the participants during school hours.
Level 2 is conducted across India and abroad and is organized in more than 120 centres.
The centres of exams are the Kendriya Vidyalayas and the exams are conducted in the month of February.
The top 500 students along with the school topper award winners of level 1 qualify for level 2 exams. Students from classes 1st to 12th are eligible for this exam. Registration forms are made available at schools and a nominal participation fee is charged from each student.
Ans. To gauge a student’s potential many exams are conducted at national and state levels. The notable exams are: NTSE - This exam identifies talented students and nurtures them. Scholarships are also awarded to the qualifiers.
KVPY - The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) entrance exam searches for the scientific temper among young students.
Mathematics and Science Olympiads - These gauges a student’s performance in Mathematics and Science at an all India level.
JSTS - The Junior Science Talent Search Examination (JSTS) is conducted separately in each state (union territories too) of India by the respective state education departments only through schools, not individually.
These exams are symbolic of merit and achievement and every student must try to qualify in these.
Ans. Teachers at Aakash bring along a wide range of teaching experience: It varies from 2 years to 15 years. Our young teachers bring in a very high level of interaction with students, build rapport & solve doubts intricately. Our experienced teachers are endowed with rich teaching knowledge during their lectures, thus, helping students build stronger concepts and get an exposure of all kinds of questions that can probably be asked in the exams.
New recruits have to undergo a systematic training regime before they start taking classes. The training given to the teachers provides them with an edge and grooms them in a way that sets us apart from other institutes. Other institutes pick up teachers from anywhere and send them to the class without sharpening their teaching abilities. But here at Aakash, each and every faculty has to undergo a training schedule of 3 months. The training imparted includes development and sharpening of skills like:
  1. Subject Matter Expertise,
  2. Blackboard writing and presentation,
  3. Audibility of voice, and their body language while teaching,
  4. Interaction level with students while answering their queries,
  5. Demo lectures with senior staff for content approval,
  6. Training is a way towards perfection, and requirements of Aakash, so that this training overcomes the variation in experiences and/or qualifications.
Ans. The faculty is selected through an exhaustive selection process that comprises of:
  1. Written Test
  2. Demo Lecture with HODs
  3. Personal Interview with MD
  4. Final Selection & Offer Letter
Suppose, if 100 people turn up for the interview, usually two of them are able to make it through finally. The rest candidates get filtered off in the selection process. After this tough and tedious selection process, the candidates are put to undergo training where their skills are polished. Freshers are also recruited from colleges like IITs & NITs through campus selection. Selections are also made from other such premier institutes across India.

We keep on experimenting with the selection process rather than sticking to the stereotype model of the selection. We have the following distinguishing features. Advantages of fresher: We offer equal opportunities to fresher because they are energetic, vibrant and have the capability to work hard with innovative methodologies. They can generate the interest of students in subject and maintain a quick & easy rapport with them. Our teacher recruitment exercise is open 24 X 7 throughout the year because it is very challenging to select competent teachers as it takes a lot of time. In fact, efficient teachers to teach for the exams like JEE and NEET(AIPMT)/AIIMS are very rare in the market. With the ever increasing of trust of students in brand Aakash, we do not compromise on quality. Hence, we keep conducting interviews to recruit new teachers every day. Most of the Franchises are being provided with teacher support from AESPL, so that teaching quality remains of high standards at all centres.

Ans. Our aim is to maintain single faculty throughout the session for one batch. However, if one third students in a class complain, then we have to change the faculty. However, it should be noted that a teacher will always be changed only in the best interest of the students. Centre Specific Faculty: Aakash has a pool of teachers in every city where it has centres. Therefore as per the requirement, availability and experience of teachers and the requirement of students, teachers are assigned to different batches.
Ans. As far as the competent faculty is concerned, every centre has best faculties because we have maintained uniformity in selection and training of faculties. The best and the average teachers have been classified by the students because the mode of teaching varies from teacher to teacher.
Ans. Aakash Educational Services Pvt. Ltd., which is the parent company of Aakash Institute, Aakash IIT-JEE and Aakash Foundations, employs only full time teaching staff. There is no part time faculty like other institutes. Advantages of Full-time faculty are:
  1. Student can ask doubts any time during the week or anytime before or after classes.
  2. Student can come to the centre and take one-on-one sessions with the teachers and clarify all his/her doubts.
  3. They help in preparing original study materials, test papers and assignments. The permanent faculty team also enhances ‘Student-Teacher’ interaction, thereby boosting a student’s confidence level through which they feel comfortable in asking questions in the class.
Ans. Yes, PTMs are an integral part of our education delivery and feedback system. We frequently invite parents to meet with their ward’s respective teachers to understand their performance closely. This is also an opportunity for Aakash to get in touch with the parents and motivate them to help Aakash and its students achieve the common goal of qualifying in entrance exam selection. One more advantage of permanent faculty is that, parents can meet the teachers and teachers hold themselves responsible for mentoring weak students and sharpening bright students.
Ans. Our teachers conduct Daily Revision of previous lectures; Concept clearing sessions in each subject are also conducted which equip students with all possible tips, tricks and short-cut-methods to crack the competitive examinations. Student-teacher ratio at Aakash is around 50-60:1. Other institutes keep 100-200 students in a class. We cannot compromise with quality education at any cost. Others are concerned with business only but our top priority is the career-building of our students.
Ans. The study material provided by Aakash is original and is prepared by Aakash’s own teachers. The material prepared is strictly as per the syllabus guidelines of various entrance exams. The study material is exhaustive enough to give the required competitive edge to the students. Study material builds the concepts of the students. Concepts are then put to test by our original and conceptual test papers. Test papers designed at Aakash are not only as per the latest pattern of the Entrance Exams but are also intended to keep students on toes.
The intricate level problems and questions asked in the test papers truly test the application capability of students. Students are tested on part-wise as well as full syllabus tests. Performance reports of test papers and class/test, attendance etc. are regularly sent to parents, to keep them abreast with their ward’s performance. Depending on the batch size and number of batches, we often reshuffle students after 3-4 tests. The objective is to bring like-minded students together so that they learn faster and perform better.
Ans. We provide our students with original question samples that have been prepared by the competent faculty at Aakash. Other institutes simply copy the previous year questions or modify them a bit. This does not provide a competitive edge to the students. We have a dedicated research based team that stresses only on the study material.
Other such coaching institutes overburden the teachers with the work of making study materials. This causes a decrease in teaching quality as well as in the quality of the study material. We plan for tomorrow. So we are the leaders and others are the followers.
Ans. Proper classroom attendance records of students are maintained and monitored. Any student absenting himself/herself from classes for more than one week without prior information is called at by the centre counselor or manager. The institute is very strict for maintaining proper discipline in the institute. Also, students absenting themselves from Class Tests are reprimanded. Careless attitude towards classroom and test attendance can lead to termination or cancellation of admission of the student by the centre authorities
Ans. Most of the parents feel that our fee is high; however, this relatively high fee structure at Aakash is justified because:
  1. Aakash has a culture of high quality of teaching
  2. Highly conducive classroom infrastructure
  3. Highly efficient & effective system of work
  4. The aforesaid features may sound simple but to achieve this level of competence a lot of hard work and commitment goes into the working.
  5. This implies, High Fee = High Quality Coaching
High fee structure is justified in many ways because arrays of scholarships are being offered which shows that we appreciate a student’s performance:
  1. For a long-term course of One Year or Two Years, our fee may look higher by 15000 to 30000 (Depending on the discounts etc given by other institutes).
  2. However, a parent must understand that spending 15000-20000 extra right now and providing the child with the expertise of Aakash, will go a long way in helping him secure a seat in top colleges in India.
  3. Admission at a cheaper institute implies coaching with no quality and system. Parents will end up paying lot more money as DONATIONS in order to get their child enrolled in private medical and engineering colleges later.
  4. Donation money will cost parents anything between 10 Lacs to 30 Lacs. So it is better that they pay little more now and get quality coaching to crack the entrance exams.
Ans. The medium of instruction is English along with the use of Hindi at times to make a concept clear to students. However, the study packages are available in English only.
Ans. Aakash has tied up with Hostels around the centre. You simply need to visit the hostels personally and satisfy yourself of all the arrangements. A nominal hostel fees charged from each student as boarding charges.
Ans. The competition for engineering and medical entrance exams is getting tougher with each passing day. And ‘Two-Year-Course’ provides integrated preparation.
These days about 55% of the questions asked in entrance examinations are from Class XI syllabus and the rest 45% questions are from Class XII syllabus. So preparing in the right earnest from class XI is a must for cracking these competitive exams. Now-a-days, two-year integrated program has been bearing optimum result, so if someone wishes to book his/her seat in medical & engineering entrance exams, it is wise to get enrolled in this program at the earliest.
Ans. Aakash imbibes the following preparation methodology among its students:
  1. Attend Classes promptly and conscientiously
  2. Read the topics from NCERT
  3. Complement it with Aakash Study Material
  4. Solve Aakash Home Assignment/Practice set
  5. Clear Doubts from Teachers
  6. Attend Regular Tests for evaluation
  7. Final Review on Topic
  8. Join All India Aakash Test Series
Ans. Preparing for an entrance exam is undoubtedly exhausting. However, a student can follow these tips in order to prepare well and not overburden himself at the end;
  1. Coming prepared to lectures at Aakash by reading Study Package notes helps student understand concepts/chapters better.
  2. Solving home assignments reinforces whatever is taught in the class.
  3. NCERT chapter coverage gives immense advantage by ensuring that the Board or School exam preparation is taken care of, since entire NCERT is covered.
  4. NCERT forms the base for PMT & JEE; therefore preparation for entrance exams is also solidified.
  5. Practicing lots of questions from good MCQ books provides exposure to all kinds of questions and also helps a student to solve questions in a limited time span. Remember, for example, in PMT you need to solve 180 questions in 180 minutes (approx. one minute to solve one question). Therefore, a student should not waste time in the examination hall in making himself familiar with questions. Instead, he should simply start doing the questions, which is possible only if he has solved lots of similar questions in the past.
Ans. It all depends on the comfort levels of a student. Weekdays batch helps in maintaining the rhythm of a student but are a bit hectic. Weekend classes generally take the entire day but are a bit relaxed as these are scheduled on weekends.
There are some significant differences between the two –Weekdays or Weekend.
  1. In weekdays batch, a student can interact with the faculty regularly but in weekend batch he has to wait for Saturday or Sunday.
  2. In weekdays time management could be the problematic area for the student, but on weekends, a child can easily manage his/her time.
  3. If a student is coming from a far off place then certainly weekend batch would be a better option otherwise weekdays batches are fine.
  4. For weekend batch, student needs to be self-motivated towards his/ her aim.
Ans. Aakash Crash Course offers an array of benefits because this course is divided into three zones, which describe the overall advantages as
Secure Zone: This covers the 55 to 65% syllabus of competitions and questions come every year from this zone.
Relax Zone: This covers 20 to 25% syllabus and questions are asked from this zone once in every 2-3 years.
Topper Zone: This zone covers only 5 to 10% syllabus and questions are asked from this zone once in 5 years.
If we are covering the secure zone, then a child can easily crack the entrance. So, in crash courses we generally give stress on Secure Zone.
Ans. According to Aakash Success Triangle, the contribution of Student, Parents and Mentors is in the ratio of 80%, 10% & 10% in their respective role for the success of a student in competitive exams. Parents should not run away from their responsibility after admitting the child in the institute. The child will succeed in the entrance exam only if the parents and the teachers work together and keep the child motivated and focused.
Ans. All the results published by Aakash institute and Aakash IIT-JEE are genuine and the institute has detailed record of these successful students. Aakash has never published or claimed any fake result and will never do so in future also. Many such coaching institutes often give manipulated and fake results. We never do so as we firmly believe that Our Product, Commitment and Quality are the best.
Ans. The preparation at Aakash is based on CBSE / NCERT syllabus, so during the course of Entrance exams preparation, most of the school syllabus gets automatically covered. We also conduct the classes for preparation of class XI & XII syllabus.
Ans.In such a case, you have to submit the student’s documents like class 10th mark- sheet and Category certificate (if any) along with Aakash I-Card. After verification, refund cheque will be provided to student.
Ans.Aakash is famous not only for the paramount system of education delivery for the medical and engineering aspirants but also for the original and relevant study materials and methodical approach of teaching. Since 1988, we have perfected the system of coaching because we know what is best for students. And our system is same for the Engineering as well as for Medical. In 2008, we didn’t have many students for IIT, but this condition didn’t stop us. We produced top 12 ranks out of 100 in IIT-JEE, total 503 selections in first year. This kind of result was possible purely because of meritorious education system we have developed over the years.

Ans. : There are many reasons why one should join Aakash and a few of these have been summarized below-

  1. Impeccable system of education delivery.
  2. Highly qualified and trained teachers.
  3. Unmatched results (producing toppers for the last 22 years).
  4. Exhaustive, simple, precise, relevant and unique study material and Test papers.
  5. Learning-friendly and competitive environment at the study centres.
  6. Integrated approach of teaching – covers School/Board & Competitive Exams.
  7. Special Revision and doubt Classes
  8. Work culture – Disciplined & Transparent
  9. Ever evolving and flawless system of management.
  10. Back-up classes for weak and late-joining students.
  11. More than 150 strategically located Centres across India.
  12. Over 150 AIATS Exam Centres
  13. Various types of tests - like Weekly/Fortnightly tests, Term tests and AIATS
  14. Practice assignments i.e., AWS, APS and ADP etc.
  15. Part-wise & Complete syllabus-based Home assignments.
  16. Excellent Hostel Facility.
  17. Frequently organized parent-teacher meetings.
  18. Motivational classes to inspire and stay focused.
  19. Transport facility for out-station students.
  20. Cab/Taxi facility for in-station students.
  21. Library & Canteen facilities are available for students.
  22. Well-equipped Air-conditioner Classrooms.
  23. Special Question Banks – Aakash Explorer, Success Achiever & Success Magnet.
  24. Aakash iTutor Lab facility for students who missed certain classes.
  25. Brilliant initiatives like e-Learning Programs on Aakash Live platform.

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