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Tata Motors trains underprivileged students for NEET, IIT JEE Mains, etc.

Madhushree Chakrabarty November 5, 2020

Tata Motors joins hands with Avanti Fellow NGO to conduct special coaching classes for the students of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (JNV). The aim of the classes will be to train the students of 11th and 12th for the various competitive exams such as NEET,  IIT JEE Mains and IIT JEE Advanced. There are 42 students from this programme have successfully cleared the IIT JEE Mains and 27 students have aced the IIT JEE Advanced. Also, JNV Puducherry with more than 89% and 100% success rate for IIT JEE Advanced JEE Mains respectively, has emerged as the leading centre.

The programme is mainly focussed on identifying, nurturing and enabling the minds of the students inclined towards science and technology for attaining their career goals. There are so many students from this programmes, who have got featured in the top 500 on the IIT JEE list and also there are a few who have successfully pull off full time scholarships at the best universities of the world. Due to the success achieved through these classes, the pursuing students of the programme stay motivated and work harder to pursue their dreams with perseverance, hard work and hope.

Recently, the results of NEET have also went well for the students undergoing this programme. JNV Palghar has managed to achieve 95% selection rate where 23 students appeared for the exam and 22 of them got selected.

Elaborating on the success of Tata Motors’ Education programmes, Vinod Kulkarni – CSR Head at Tata Motors, said “Tata Motors firmly believes that quality education is the cornerstone of nation-building and has therefore committed to ensuring a conducive learning environment for disadvantaged students across India. Through our programmes, we aim to accelerate the career aspirations of talented young individuals with limited resources, who will further contribute to moving the nation forward. It is a matter of immense pride for Tata Motors to have assisted these future engineers in their educational journey. Tata Motors will continue to design and invest in programmes for better learning of the underprivileged by introducing advanced technology in academics to cater to the evolving times.”


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