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Students buckle up for the upcoming dSAT on 2nd October, 201629-Sep-2016

After passing class 12 a student has many career options to choose from for higher education. Some of the common streams students opt for after completing class 12 includes engineering, commerce, law, Arts & Humanities and Medicine. The good news is there is excellent scope in all these fields. The pre-requisites to excel in these fields are aptitude and the willingness to do hard work.Read More...

Can your kid succeed in competitive exams? 28-Sep-2016

Often it is difficult for parents to stand by and watch their kids preparing hard for the exams, whether in high school or college. Exams are the tough time for students-many don’t take care of their health, suffer from high level of stress and anxiety. Read More...

Questions you must answer before joining a coaching Institute 27-Sep-2016

Are you planning to pursue NEET from a top institution after class X? For that purpose are you looking for a good coaching institution to guide you in your preparation? Don’t get confused while selecting the right coaching centre. Here are few tips that will help you find the right option for yourself. Read More...

Why you should write an aptitude test after class X24-Sep-2016

Aptitude is the ability of an individual to acquire certain skills required to complete a task. In today’s competitive world it is very important to be aware of one’s own aptitude so that he or she can choose the right career based on that. There are many aptitude tests which students should write before deciding a career stream. Read More...

Take up dSAT on 25th September and assess your aptitude23-Sep-2016

Wondering in which career after class X you can be successful? Try dSAT (Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test) to get a clear idea. The test is designed to assess your aptitude and interests, clear the confusion whether to opt for JEE (Main), JEE (Advanced), CET or NEET, choose the right career stream that is well-suited to you. Read More...

Discover the right career for you with an aptitude test22-Sep-2016

Every student would preferably like to choose a stream that will enable them to have a successful career. However, it is hard to decide what one wants to decide for the rest of his or her life while studying in class X. Selecting the right stream of education to pursue is the most important academic decision a student makes in his or her career life. For some, it is filled with mistakes, ranging from choosing a wrong stream for wrong reasons. Read More...

dPAL’s NEET Program launched for medical aspirants21-Sep-2016

dPAL has added another feather to its cap with the launch of NEET program on 16th September 2016. The online preparation program helps students prepare for the medical entrance exam using smartphones and tablets.  Read More...

Choose the right career by assessing your aptitude after class X19-Sep-2016

I am confused whether to opt for Science, Commerce, or Arts after class X; no idea which competitive exam is right for me, shall I prepare for JEE (Advanced), JEE (Main), CET or NEET? Do I have the aptitude for cracking any of the competitive exams? If these questions strike your mind, why not take up dSAT (Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test) to find the right solution? Read More...

Attend Second dSAT on 18th September, 2016 to gauge your competitive exam skills 17-Sep-2016

Did you miss the opportunity to write first dSAT held on 11th September, 2016? No worries. You can attend the second dSAT going to be conducted on 18th September, 2016.  Appear for the aptitude test and get a clear idea whether you should start preparing for JEE (Advanced), JEE (Main), CET or NEET after completing class X. Read More...

Do you need to join CET coaching classes after class X? Take up dSAT and decide 16-Sep-2016

To crack CET, one must start preparing after class X. For students who want to be among CET toppers should plan ahead. The student needs to put in a high level of dedication and effort right from the very beginning. The questions asked in CET are mostly from class 11 and 12 syllabus. Read More...