Our philosophy lies in the new method of learning style and quality to achieve it. We have established an efficient course planning and administration. A team of highly experienced, passionate faculty trains under commitment for excellence and perfection. We strongly believe that our true success, indeed, lies in our students’ success.


To succeed at Entrance exams one requires a thorough understanding of subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, and the ability to solve objective type questions with accuracy and speed. Keeping this in mind, our courses have been designed in such a manner that they will focus on core concepts and fundamentals; sharpening analytical skills and developing problem solving abilities; and speed building through intensive problem solving sessions and tests. The Syllabus has been framed by valour and wisdom Expert Committee and professors from NIT’s, IIT’s, Anna University and other leading institutions. We train students with our dedicated work force through Institutional training using alternative learning method and using software engineering model of execution with experts.



Foundations Division

Foundation Level Exams

Start Smart Classes: VII, VIII, IX, X

Target: X Boards, JEE, Medical-UG, NTSE, Olympiads, Homi Bhabha, IPM, NEMC, NSTSE, MTSE

Foundation Programs Brief:

‘Valour and Wisdom’ aims to prepare junior level students studying in classes VIII, IX & X for their School/Board as well as competitive exams of national and international repute like NTSE, KVPY, JSTS, NSO, JMO, iOS,iOM, NSEJS, INAO, INBO, INCO etc. in one-go.

Besides preparing for the aforesaid exams, the long-term motto is to lay a sound foundation of students in advance as the unit’s name reflects itself, at an early stage to ensure grand success in the elite ‘Medical and Engineering Entrance Tests’ of the country.

The Foundations’ courses are so inclusive and meticulously designed as these also lay strong foundations to students aspiring to appear for CA-CPT exams after their XII standard. Understandably, the programs of this unit help sharpen the skills of average students giving them a head-start to make them emerge toppers in the long run. Credibly, Foundations’ programs work as catalyst in turning average and raw talents stand out cherished ones.

National & International level Scholarship Exams:

  1. NTSE – National Talent Search Exams:
  2. JSTS – Junior Science Talent Search:
  3. KVPY – Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana:
  4. NMMS – National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship:
  5. NSTSE – National Science Talent Search Exams:

International Olympiads:

HBCSE – Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education:

  1. The Mathematics Olympiad Program follows 5 Stages – RMOINMOIMOTCPDTIMO
  2. The Physics Olympiad Program follows 5 Stages – NSEPINPhOOCSCPDT, IPhO
  3. The Chemistry Olympiad Program follows 5 Stages – NSECINChOOCSCPDT, IChO
  4. The Biology Olympiad Program follows 5 Stages – NSEBINBOOCSC, PDT, IBO
  5. The Astrology Olympiad Program follows 5 Stages – NSEA, INAO, OCSCPDT, IOAA 

Indian National Olympiads-INO:

Junior Science Olympiads – NSEJS, INJSOOCSCPDTIJSO

  1. NSEJS – National Standard Examination in Junior Science:
  2. JMO – Junior Mathematics Olympiad:
  3. JSO – Junior Science Olympiad:
  4. APhO – Asian Physics Olympiad:
  5. GMO – CBSE Group Mathematical Olympiad:
  6. CTGO – CBSE-TERI GREEN Olympiad:
  7. NSO – National Science Olympiad:
  8. IMO – International Mathematics Olympiad:
  9. iOS – International Olympiad of Science:
  10. iOM – International Olympiad of Mathematics:
  11. iTHO – International Talent Hunt Olympiad:

Engineering Division

Classes: XI, XII, XII+

Target: XII Boards, JEE (Main + Advanced), MHT-CET


IIT JEE Main | IIT JEE Advanced | CET Coaching

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Engineering Entrance Exams

Engineering Entrance Exams: A Brief Outline

Engineering Entrance Exams have always been the hot choice for millions of higher secondary students, who dream to pursue attractive careers in Engineering. Most of the national as well as state level Engineering Entrance Tests like JEE (Main & Advanced), IIITs, NITs, CFTIs and for other Engineering Colleges of India, are held in the months of April / May / June for the academic year starting from July / August of the following year.

Usually, the syllabus of the entrance tests is based on the NCERT courses outline of class XI and XII. The motto of almost all the entrance tests is to assess the fundamental concepts of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics, and their varied applications; but the questions being asked now a day are a bit tricky. However in some specific entrance tests, questions are also asked on Mental Ability Test (MAT), General English, Logical Reasoning and Drawing etc. Single test is conducted for most of the entrance tests; while for some specific exams, entrance tests are conducted in two-stages / two-days.

The Ministry of Human Resource & Development (MHRD), Govt. of India directed in 2013 to conduct combined entrance tests called Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for all IITs, NITs, IIITs, and other State & IIT-JEE affiliated Engineering colleges in India.

The JEE has been divided into two phases: JEE (Main) – A common entrance test for admission to undergraduate degree programs in India’s government as well as private Engineering / Science Institutions/ Colleges/ Universities, and the screening test for the IITs. JEE (Advanced) – This is conducted for the admission into the very coveted IITs after JEE (Main).

In 2015, State Governments voluntarily participating in the JEE for admission in the B. Tech / B.E. courses are Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland and Odisha. The candidates seeking admission to the institutions in these states, which were earlier admitting based on their State Level Examination, are also advised to fill in the JEE (Main)-2015 application form online.

States which are NOT clubbed with JEE (Main)-2015 system – Bihar (BCECE), Uttar Pradesh (UP-SEE), Uttarakhand (UK-SEE), Rajasthan (RPET), Goa (GCET), Jharkhand (JCECE), Chhattisgarh (CG-PET) and Punjab (PET).

Pattern of some Entrance Exams:

JEE (Main): There are two papers in JEE (Main), Paper-1 for B. Tech and Paper-2 for B.Arch. Paper-1, B. Tech which contains 90 questions; 30 questions from each in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each question carries 4 marks with a total 360 marks. There is ¼ negative marking, means 1 mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. Duration of the paper is 3 hrs.

JEE (Advanced): There are two objective type papers i.e., Paper-1 & Paper-2 in this exam. Each paper contains 60 questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each subject contains 20 questions. Each question carries 3 marks with a total 180 marks. There is also -1 negative marking in some sections of this paper. Duration of each paper is 3 hrs. Questions are varies from section to section.

VITEEE: In the Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam, there are 3 parts –Part-I: Physics, Part-II: Chemistry and Part-III: Mathematics/Biology. Each part contains 40 questions with equal weightage. The total number of questions is 120. Each question carries 1 mark with a total 120 marks. Duration is of 2.5 hrs.

BITS-Pilani: In BITSAT entrance test, there is one paper containing 4 parts. Physics in Part-I contains 40 questions; Chemistry in Part-II also contains 40 questions; Part-III contains two sub-sections: (a) English Proficiency-15 questions & (b) Logical Reasoning-10 questions and Mathematics/Biology in Part-IV contains 45 questions. Total no of questions is 150, each question carries 3 marks with a total 450 marks. There is also -1 negative marking. Duration is of 3 hrs.

Medical Division

Classes: XI, XII, XII+

Target: XII Boards, Medical-UG (MH-CET/AIPMT/AIIMS)



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Pattern of some Entrance Exams:

AIPMT: The All India Pre Medical/ Pre Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) consist of total 180 objective type questions from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Each subject has 45 questions with 4 marks each carrying a total 720 marks. There is also one fourth (1/4) negative marking for each wrong answer. Duration of test is 3 hrs.

AIIMS: In the entrance test of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), 60 questions from each subject – Physics, Chemistry and Biology are asked along with 20 questions from General Knowledge. Out of 200 questions, 120 questions based on MCQs, 60 questions based on A/R type and 20 questions from GK. There are also negative marks 1/3. Duration of entrance exam is 3.5 hrs.

JIPMER: Jawaharlal Institute of Post graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) for MBBS entrance exam will consists of 200 single response type Multiple Choice Questions in the subjects of Physics-60Q, Chemistry-60Q, Biology-60Q, Logic & Quantitative Reasoning-10Q and English & Comprehension-10Q.  Each correct response shall be awarded 1 mark. There is NO negative marking for wrong answers. Duration of test is 2 ½ hrs.

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