Free coaching for kids who lost parents to Covid

Will help prepare for IIT-JEE, NEET

Free coaching  for kids who lost parents to Covid

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Bathinda, June 14

Coming to aid of students who lost their parents to COVID-19, a premier private institute that provides coaching classes for competitive exams such as IIT-JEE and NEET preparation, has decided to launch a humanitarian initiative of offering free coaching classes to them.

The institute has decided to assist students who lost their mother or father that were the family’s sole breadwinners. The move will help students in resuming their dreams and reducing the looming hardships. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla’s had recently announced that students preparing for engineering or medical entrance tests who had been orphaned due to the Covid-19 crisis would be provided with free coaching and accommodation in Kota. The lower house speaker requested coaching institutes across the nation to follow suit. The institute’s free coaching proposal is in line with the request. — TNS

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