I was fortunate to have come across Mr. D.Nedunchezhian at the right opportune moment when my son entered into class XI in Bhopal. The quality of input, the coverage of almost all "avenues of education" in India and the detailed reports on institutes, eligibility, qualifying exams, schedule etc and especially the "SMS, e-Mail alerts" sent by his team were of timely help in grabbing opportunities by my son G Shankar Viadyanathan.
TICF Admission Alerts helps students and parents to apply for the institutions at right time without missing the application deadlines. There are more than 90 Entrance Examinations conducted by Govt. and Govt. aided institutions for +2 students across India. It’s extremely difficult to go through all the newspapers and magazines and track the admission notices and apply to these institutions. The Subscribed members will get Admission Alerts immediately after the announcement from those respective institutions by Email, Web and SMS. The members will receive the Admission Alerts on the following,
Nearly all the National level examinations application forms will be issued from the commencement of the academic year and the application formalities will be continuing throughout the year (For example July 2013 to August 2014). Most of the students and parents think that they can look out for the Admissions after the board examinations, and the examinations will be scheduled after the board examinations. Only creative entrance examinations and few other examinations will be scheduled much before board examinations. When they (students and parents) plan for applying for these national level institutions, majority of these application processes would have been already over, much before the board examinations.
If the student misses one application form, then it means that he/she is losing a golden opportunity in that particular field/examination and he/she is not exercising the options properly in XII Std. First they need to apply and get admission, after getting admissions, they may reject whatever they are not interested. Majority of the examinations will be objective type questions and it is only from the subjects what they studied in XI and XII standard (barring some creative examinations). Based on our case studies, several students who got low marks in one examination came out successfully in another examination, only by applying at right institutions at right time. Many of the students and parents, even if they aware about the options, they may tend to miss the application formalities due to their hectic schedule.This will give them enormous examination experiences and confidences and more winning experiences will enrich their confidence level for successive examinations in the forthcoming years.