Srinagar, Jan 06: In a significant development, the leading coaching centers in Srinagar have come up with a joint platform, named as EMERGE, with an aim to impart better and quality education to the students.
According to INS, three leading coaching centers of Jammu and Kashmir including KIE, HOPE CLASSES and MISSION-E have decided to merge to form a single platform for the students of the valley.
The EMERGE with a different brand and a logo is set to be launched in the next few days, the owners told INS.
Taking their long history of producing the toppers in NEET and JEE into account the administration of these coaching centers reaffirmed their faith that they will continue to grow beyond the students’ expectations.
An event was organized in this regard while on the occasion, the Chief Guest, who is also President of Coaching Centres Association of Kashmir (CCAK), G N Var, said that sustenance of the local institutes has become a necessity in the present scenario.
He emphasised on the educators to provide the quality education at par with the national Institutes.
Chairman Hope Classes Dr Sajad Ahmad Lone earlier welcomed the guests and students to the function. He said that these three top Institutes have given hundreds of doctors and engineers to society.
Director Mission-E Shahnawaz Ahmad said that the local Institutes has been at the forefront in serving the downtrodden students of the valley. He said that every Institute has taught hundreds of students for free who were deserving but were not able to afford the fee.
CEO Aspire Institute speaking on the occasion said that it was a dream come true to bring all the top Institutes under one banner. He assured that the best of the best will be provided to the students in terms of facilities like management, academics, online resources etc.
He said that EMERGE plans to expand its branches to the other parts of the country within the next four years.