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    Published On : Mon, Mar 24th, 2014

    Aakash Institute’s new city franchisee AB Singh all set to drive students to success


    AB Singh, Aakash Institute’s new Centre Director and franchise owner in Nagpur looks confident to sail through.

    Nagpur News : Amidst the election fever which gripped the city in soaring temperatures, the coaching scene in Nagpur has once again heated up with the students finishing their boards to concentrate their full side on the desired Engineering and Medical destination. Aakash Institute in Nagpur, which holds over 800 students taking up preparation for entrance examination to the top medical and engineering colleges countrywide, has recently hit the headlines after it snowballed into controversy followed by the transfer of its students from its former franchise at Shraddhanandpeth to the new franchise at Law College Square.

    However given the pace at which the students were being rushed to the new institute, the new franchisee appears all set to catch up the coaching flavor with renewed vigor.

    Transforming Aakash Institute

    Reining the confidence is an experienced mentor and avid administrator Ajay Bahadur Singh, who has taken up the new franchise of Aakash Institute in Nagpur as Centre Director. More than 20 years into the profession, AB Singh has a successful stint with Aakash Institute which wrote the success stories of many of the students. After churning out the students to lead them to bright success through four Aakash Institutes in Bhubaneshwar, Cuttak, Delhi (East) and Ranchi across three states, AB Singh, who hails from Bihar and currently settled in Bhubaneshwar, has made a remarkable entry into the state of Maharashtra with the Nagpur franchise onboard his profile.

    Aakash Institute recently extended its associations with Aamir Khan’s TV show Satyamev Jayate being aired every Sunday on Star Plus channel.

    Aakash Institute recently extended its associations with Aamir Khan’s TV show Satyamev Jayate being aired every Sunday on Star Plus channel.

    Confident new franchisee

    Clearing air about the turbulent waters that Aakash Institute here had to wade through recently, Singh put a full stop to all the confusion, asserting that the transfers to the new franchise was done in the larger interest of the students, and his efforts was evident from the quantum of admissions being received at the new franchise, that is only multiplying by the day.

    Students at advantage

    “We received over 200 admissions in just two days and the parents were all praise for the decision as the former franchise was noticeably failing to follow the strict parameters and teaching standards laid down by Aakash Institute.  The impending decision was finally taken as the new admission session was to start and the Institute higher ups did not want to compromise with the quality of education any more”,  AB Singh told Nagpur Today.

    Aakash Institute Centre Director AB Singh (right) along with Managing Director.

    Aakash Institute Centre Director AB Singh (right) along with Managing Director.

    Resurrection from Day One

    Aakash Institute’s new franchisee in Nagpur AB Singh informed that he had infused his expertise to yield better results from the word go. He said that he has enforced various corrective measures for the collective benefit of the students and of course, for their bright success. “We have drawn some new methodologies as per the norms laid up by Aakash Institute. In order to get those acts in perfection, I have roped in some of the finest faculties from my other institutes, who hold rich experience in guiding the students to crystal clear concepts,” Singh added.

    Back to track

    Singh said that Aakash institute in Nagpur has put in place an assemblage cum agenda for the students which shall surely push each one of them towards interest in studies and love for what they learn. A rule book especially compiled for the faculty members include the topics to be undertaken by each faculty on daily basis. In addition, weekly tests, and monthly ‘Mock tests’ are said to be a key! The tests shall make the students cover the topics of preceding classes, he added

    Towards success…

    Singh added, the students are as well provided with prospectus and booklets which guide and educate them in a correct direction about syllabus and the amount of time plus practice requirements in order to crack these entrance examinations. Last but not the least, the faculty members, as well as students aren’t allowed to enter the class even if they’re a second late, Singh said.

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