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Vidyarthi Mitra: Mock tests for exams to be held on Apr 30

PUBLISH DATE 23rd April 2017

Vidyarthi Mitra, under guidance of MLA Medha Kulkarni, will guide students

Pune: Search engine Vidyarthi Mitra and BJP MLA Medha Kulkarni organised a press conference on Saturday to announce registrations for the mock engineering CET and medical NEET examinations. 

The exams will be held a week prior to the MHT-CET, conducted by the Maharashtra Government, to prepare Standard XII students. Both mock exams will be conducted on April 30 at the Bal Shikshan Mandir English Medium School, Kothrud, between 10 am and 1 pm.

Vidyarthi Mitra is a search engine, which was inaugurated on April 18 by School Education, Higher and Technical Education Minister Vinod Tawde, in the presence of Kulkarni.

Under the guidance of Kulkarni, Vidyarthi Mitra is conducting the mock exams to stimulate actual examination environment for Standard XII students. The test papers will be set by experts from IITs, NITs and top medical colleges. 

The students would get their results on the next day of the examination through email, with overall and subject-wise marks, state-level rank and a detailed analysis. Interested students can register their names for free on www.vidyarthimitra.org/mockexam.

Kulkarni said, “These mock exams will help students know what to expect from the actual exams. Coaching classes might give them training them but they wouldn’t know where to rank themselves when compared to students from other places. Our main purpose is to provide students means for self-analysis.”

On the date of the exams, parents will be provided with counselling sessions with experts on how to use the right parameters to choose the best colleges and branches. K Ravindra, Founder, CMD, Vidyarthi Mitra, said, “In our guidance programme, we intend to clear parents’ doubts regarding which colleges should be given priority and what to do after the results come out.
 
Filling registration forms can often be confusing and we would be guiding the parents through the process.”

Speaking about what students can gain from Vidyarthi Mitra, Ravindra said, “On the basis of the State Merit List (SML) number earned by the student in the actual exam, we can provide the best options for colleges and branches. Our interactive counselling is a continuous process, where we try to help students out.”