The Increasing Online Coaching Culture in India
Examinations such as IIT JEE have always been in news in India. After the failed attempt of the ministry of human resource and development is to tweak the format of the joint entrance examination to renounce the increasing coaching culture in the country, it is observed that the popularity of the IIT JEE Coaching has scaled up new heights than it was ever before. According to many published sources, it is found that students in large numbers are knocking on the doors of online educational institutions to fulfill their test preparation requirements.
As per the news published in the English daily, the year 2013 has been good for the JEE coaching centers as they have witnessed a steep rise of about 15% in the current fiscal year. Adding, the contribution share might up to 30 percent in the coming few months, the report concludes.
Highlighting the reasons for this sudden increase in the students ushering in for coaching culture, many experts feel that with the changing examination norms and the changing Government policies on the exam patterns, it would be best to go through an experienced institute who keeps a track of everyday update. They also feel that both parents and students feel that institutes help them to get a formal educational pattern that suited best for cracking the exam. Moreover, many students are enrolling for IIT coaching from their high school days itself. Planning for the exam in advance would increase the chances of getting into the IIT without much hassle.
Interestingly, many top institutes have opened their branches across the country, bringing the same quality of education and assistance to students residing in different cities and states. Through a network of web education, students can avail the best of IIT JEE coaching right from a common center next to their homes.
Reportedly, the MHRD ministry had introduced amendments in the IIT JEE examination patterns the previous year on the notion that the increasing coaching culture is forcing students not to attend schools.