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    The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains 2016 were held earlier this
    month, and the results are expected to be declared in a couple of weeks from
    now. Those candidates who are among the top 2,00,000 (including all categories)
    by scoring positive marks in Paper-1 of JEE Mains 2016 will be eligible to sit
    for JEE Advanced on May 22, 2016, to secure a seat at one of the 18 IITs
    and ISM, Dhanbad.

    The coaching institutes in Kota have started preparing their students
    for JEE Advanced examination. Special sessions and batches have commenced at
    the coaching institutes.

    Shailendra Maheshwari, Director, Career Point, Kota, said, “Aspirants
    who are confident of scoring well in JEE Mains have started their preparations
    for JEE Advanced without wasting time. We have four batches for such
    aspirants.”

    Similarly, Bansal Classes is also organizing special batches. Its
    Administrative Head AK Tiwari said, “Of the total 1,500 JEE aspirants who took
    JEE Mains, 70% of them are camping here to prepare for JEE Advanced.”

    On the other hand, Allen Career Institute has been in the Advanced mode
    soon after JEE Mains got over. Amit Ahuja, Academic Counsellor at Allen Career
    Institute, said, “Aspirants who are here in Kota come to the institute if they
    have any issue with their preparations. The faculty is available round the
    clock to help students.”

    Resonance Institute has started special batches for JEE Advance
    aspirants informed its CEO Ashish Sharma.

    The sessions at the institutes are drawing a full house. Students are
    busy brushing up their knowledge and are leaving no stone unturned to revise
    each and every subject thoroughly. An aspirant, Vivek Kumar, said, “We have
    finished our course for JEE Advanced, but there’s no harm in attending sessions
    at the coaching institute.”

    “Learning is a never-ending process,” said Kshitij Sharma, another
    aspirant here in Kota, adding, “Such last-minute classes are helpful and
    shouldn’t be missed even if one has revised the course umpteen times
    before.”

    The pen-and-paper mode of JEE Mains was held on April 3, 2016, and the
    online one in two phases over the weekend, on April 9 and 10, 2016.

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