Admission


Admission Procedure

    Basis of Admission

    Admission is strictly on the basis of performance in admission cum scholarship test.

    How to Register for Admission Test

    You can get registration form and brochure from our head office at Varanasi by paying Rs. 700/ - in cash during any working day including Sunday. Alternatively you can register yourself on our website www.jrstutorials.ac.in Fill in registration form completely and submit to our head office, Varanasi one day before the date you wish to appear in admission test.


    Type of Test and Syllabus :

    Foundation Course Class - XI

    The admission be of objective type consisting 100 question in Mathematics and Science. Syllabus will be complete class IX and X of CBSE Board NCERT.

    Foundation Course Class - XII

    Foundation Course Class - XII The admission test will be of objective type consisting 100 questions in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The syllabus will be complete Class XI of CBS E Board NCERT.


    Target Batch XII Pass

    The admission test will be of objective type consisting 100 questions in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The syllabus will be complete Class XI and XII of CBSE Board NCERT

    Scholarships :

    A very handsome amount (up to 100% of fee)  in the form of concession in fees is given to significant number of meritorious students on the basis of performance in admission test.  




Admission Test Result

    The admission test result is declared within two days of test. You can see your result on notice board or get it through telephone form our office. You can also get your result on our website by entering your admission test I.D. Number.


    How to Monitor Progress of Your Ward 

     However you can get the progress report of your ward by sending request through e-mail at info@jrstutorials.ac.in 

    You can also view the result of each and every test of your ward at our website : www.jrstutorials.ac.in by entering the I. D. number and the password.

    Please note that -1 in the mark secured column indicates that the student is absent and has not appeared in that particular test. So you are requested to give proper attention to this