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Stranded Coaching Students reaches home, Kota is a Major Missing due to JEE NEET 2020 Exam

  • With the announcement of JEE and NEET exam dates, students get busy with preparation
  • A total of 10450 Bihar students studying in ALLEN and other institutes depart for homes
  • Special trains to continue running till May 10
  • On the third day (Wednesday) of Homecoming, 2268 students left for East-Champaran and Danapur in two trains
  • 23 students leave for homes in Manipur Imphal in buses

While fighting hard to combat the spread of COVID-19, the whole country is dealing with a sense of fear and panic. Amidst such hard times, there has come a sigh of relief from the cities where the students have successfully reached home and united with their family members.

Along with happiness, these students are filled with firm determination to study and achieve their targets. With the announcement of the JEE and NEET entrance exam dates by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, students have started preparing with a new-found enthusiasm. Even in these tough times, they haven’t let their spirits down.

As they are busy with preparation, career city Kota is a major missing for all. Many students are studying through ALLEN’s Online Test Series while quite a few have started reaching out to faculties directly through WhatsApp. Faculties of ALLEN Career Institute are doing their best in providing students with all the needed support and guidance from home.

Student Homecoming Continues

In the past 19 days, more than 37000 students of 22 states and 4 centre governed states have reunited with their families. On Wednesday, 1200 students of East-West Champaran and 1068 students of Danapur, departed in trains from Kota Railway Station. Along with this, 23 students of Manipur Imphal also left for their homes in bus.

So Far 10450 Students of Bihar Have Reached Home

In the Homecoming process, around 15000 students of Bihar studying in Kota have reached home. Special trains started running from May 3, which will now continue till May 6. Every day two trains run in the morning and evening schedule. In the 9 trains that ran in past the 4 days, 10450 students were safely united with their families.

On Thursday, students of Madhepura, Saharsa, and Supaul departed in trains at 11:00 AM. At 9:00 PM, students of Buxar, Bhojpur, Kaimur, and Rohtas will leave for their respective cities.

Students have also expressed their gratitude by bringing handmade thank-you posters to the railway station for ALLEN, Kota, ALLEN Students Welfare Society, ALLEN Swachhta Brigade, Kota District Administration and Rajasthan Government.

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Kota Lending Support Even at Homes

Students are getting constant support from ALLEN faculties after reaching home. They are sharing their doubts through call and getting personal guidance and assistance from faculties. This unique initiative by ALLEN has made it easier for students to focus on studies and it has even made the parents happy.

Kota Ready to Help Under Every Circumstance: Naveen Maheshwari

ALLEN Director Shri Naveen Maheshwari shared that Kota’s evacuation model and student support system during lockdown has made it evident that Kota is ready to help students under all circumstances. He told parents and students that as exam dates have been announced, students should continue with their studies. ALLEN will provide all help online to solve doubts and problems. Students will not face any kind of problem.

“I came from Kota two days ago; was glad to see the happiness on my parents’ face. Now I am back to studies. Exam dates have been announced, I hope what I studied in Kota and the support ALLEN provided, will prove helpful”. Milan Jaiswal, Darbhanga, Bihar

“Feeling very good after coming home, parents’ worry is over. At first, I was very troubled and parents were constantly calling. Now I have started studying from home. NEET exam date has also come; I am taking help from Kota faculties. Kota is always helpful”. Arshiya Khan, Chhattisgarh

“ALLEN was highly helpful during the lockdown in Kota, and even after coming home, ALLEN’s support has been constant. Faculties have been helping us completely, if there is any doubt or problem, we call them and get good response. There is no city like Kota for medical and engineering”. Anshika Rajput, West Bengal

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