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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With entrance exams round the corner, Technopark-based Oztern Technology has announced that it is teaming up with Kerala Government’s Akshaya to offer students the opportun

Published: 13th February 2012 06:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:55 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With entrance exams round the corner, Technopark-based Oztern Technology has announced that it is teaming up with Kerala Government’s Akshaya to offer students the opportunity to practise entrance crash courses at www.EntranceWisdom.com online through Akshaya’s 2,200 citizen centres across the State.

Alternatively, students can purchase a subscription for this crash course from www.EntranceWisdom.com or from the nearest Akshaya centre to practise for the entrance examination from their home. “The crash course is called ‘Prof P C Thomas Classes.’ Till date, Prof P C Thomas classes have helped create 2,50,000 engineers and 18,000 doctors,” claimed a press release.

The online training provides 25 model examinations for each subject that cover the entire syllabus and 50 chapter-wise model examinations, each of which can be attempted 25 times. This 45-day crash course is priced at ` 1,500. Students are provided detailed reports at the end of each examination on their performance.



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