With ALLEN coming to Jodhpur, students will now get an enhanced learning experience to Pursue their Dreams.
Class 8 to 12 & Class 12 pass students will be able to prepare for JEE, NEET, Olympiads, and other National & International level examinations.
ALLEN Career Institute, renowned for preparing students for the Medical and Engineering Entrance Examination in India, is starting its services in Jodhpur. ALLEN’s Jodhpur center is located at C-17, Shastri Nagar, Opp. MDM Hospital.
The center’s inauguration ceremony was held at the Hotel The Ummed Banar road under the covid protocols. Sh Brajesh Maheshwari (Co-Founder Director of ALLEN & HOD Physics), Dr. Amit Mohan Agarwal (Vice-President, ALLEN), and prominent personalities of Jodhpur were present on occasion. Maharaja Gaj Singh of the Royal family, Jodhpur, joined the event online.
Speaking on occasion, Sh Brajesh Maheshwari said that the students of western Rajasthan are performing well in JEE, NEET, Olympiads, KVPY and NTSE, and other examinations. Now the west Rajasthan students can get the best guidance.
Allen Career Institute has launched its offline classes in Jodhpur. The batches for the medical and engineering entrance examinations of 2022-23 will start in April. Special Fees benefit will be offered to the students if admission is taken on or before 20 February. Students will also get scholarships up to 90% on appearing in Allen Scholarship Admission Test (ASAT).
Dr. Amit Mohan Agarwal said that Allen’s branch in Jodhpur would prove to be a boon for the science students since earlier students of Jodhpur had to go to Jaipur or Kota.
Maharaja Gaj Singh, who joined the ceremony online, extended greetings to the Allen family. He said that Jodhpur and western Rajasthan students are passionate, and if they get the guidance, they can produce the best results.
Catering both Career and Caring
Sh Brajesh Maheshwari said Allen Jodhpur will be based on Care First principal. Allen Team will ensure compliance with the Covid-19 safety protocols. Priority will be given to the students’ health and care.