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Good News for students of Jammu and Kashmir: Top IITian to guide students on how to crack exam

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NEET-2017: Deptt of Libraries to organise mentoring sessions in Srinagar, Jammu

JAMMU, APRIL 07: The Department of Libraries and Research has roped in top IITian Vivek Gupta to conduct counselling and mentoring sessions for the students from Jammu & Kashmir appearing in NEET-2017.

According to Director Libraries and Research, Mr Mukhtar-ul-Aziz, the counselling and mentoring sessions by Mr Gupta, who is a BTech from IIT Bombay, will be held in Srinagar on 13 April and in Jammu on 15 April 2017.

Mr Gupta, who has counselled around 30000 students across the country on how to crack various competitive examinations, will give tips and tricks to the JK students on how to prepare for and crack NEET-2017.

Mr Aziz said the students interested in counselling at Jammu should register themselves at the office of the Deputy Director Libraries/Chief Librarian SRS Library Building Kachi Chawni, Jammu on telephone nos:  0191-2547269, 0191-2565711.

Mr Aziz said the students interested in counselling at Srinagar should register themselves at the office of the Deputy Director Libraries, Municipal Corporation Building, Karan Nagar, Srinagar on telephone nos:  0194-2481571, 0194-2482452 and 9419004558.

Pertinently, the Department of Libraries and Research has, in a maiden effort, this year launched one of the biggest e-coaching and e-learning initiatives in J&K to provide quality coaching and comprehensive solutions free to the students aspiring to appear in NEET, JEE and CET.

Under the initiative, IT-enabled learning material, including video lectures, e-books and written notes have been made available free of cost in the government libraries across the state to facilitate students to prepare for NEET, JEE, CET and other competitive examinations.

Nearly 2,500 plus hours of video lectures, 75,000 questions with answers, 150 e-books and hard books are being made available to the students in the public libraries across the State.

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