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Engineering & Medicine: Venper Academy

Author : HER Team

HER Team

Generating Toppers by Preserving Excellency

Being one of the most literate states in India, Tamil Nadu is bestowed with talented students who are ample hard-working and determined to acquire a high-rank position in their life. However, due to insufficiency of guidance and counseling, most of the students fail to fulfill their respective dreams. Thus, on the verge of eliminating this gap between the talent and the sources, Venper Academy was established in 2014, initially with the aim to coach medical aspirants for various competitive exams.

Subsequently, in 2016, after the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) made mandatory for MBBS/BDS, the institution geared up to provide NEET coaching to the students of Tamil Nadu and make them knowledgeable regarding all the aspects of NEET. Along with this, Venper also offers courses on IIT-JEE and IIT-JAM comprehending the growing demand of students to get into IITs. "There is an enormous difference between preparing for Board and Competitive exams. We enlighten our students about the nuances of competitive exams including providing them a clear picture of the type of questions they are going to face," says Satheesh Kumar. J, CEO, Venper Academy.

Venper Academy stands out from the crowd with a blend of experienced senior faculties and junior faculties who have graduated from premier institutes like IIT, NIT and IISC.


Today, the institution has been able to establish its own 10 learning centers and 5 franchise centers in Tamilnadu across various places viz. Chennai, Trichy, Coimbatore, Kumbakonam and so on, rendering coaching to more than 2000 students. Besides imparting coaching in the centers, the management of the institution also conducts in-campus programmes in 27 Schools spread across Tamil Nadu.

"Our USP is our study contents that we have created by completely concentrating on the syllabus of NEET and the State board syllabus, making it easy for the students of Tamil Nadu state boards to crack the exam with less preparation," shares Satheesh. The pivotal role in conveying these contents to the students in an interesting, engaging and interactive manner, summing up the teaching learning-process productive is performed by the 60 faculty members who are a major part of the institution.

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