Getcetgo, Online Crash Course by Karnataka Govt | Online Crash NEET, JEE, KCET

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Getcetgo, Online Crash Course by Karnataka Govt

Online Crash Courses for NEET, JEE, KCET: GetCETGo, an online crash course for students preparing for the NEET, JEE, and KCET entrance exams, has been launched by the Karnataka government. For enrolled students, the course costs less than Rs. 40. Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa launched 'GetCETgo,' a Karnataka government initiative that offers a comprehensive online crash course for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test, NEET, and JEE for less than Rs 40 for registered students. This was to assist students in overcoming the difficulties they faced last year when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and many of them were behind on their exam preparations and had minimal access to academic material.

GetCET Go available via web portal, app, YouTube channel: GetCETgo would be more useful to students who come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, and this includes LMS (learning management system), he added. According to him, the course was also launched for JEE this year. GetCETgo will be available via a web portal, an Android app, and a YouTube channel, according to an official statement, and will include preparatory material for KCET, NEET, and JEE, as well as a JEE Main format test.

GetCET Go for lower socioeconomic background: GetCETgo would be more useful to students who come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, and this includes LMS (learning management system), he added. According to him, the course was also launched for JEE this year. GetCETgo will be available via a web portal, an Android app, and a YouTube channel, according to an official statement, and will include preparatory material for KCET, NEET, and JEE, as well as a JEE Main format test.

The purpose to increase students in IITs: It added that GetCETgo 2021's support services include login assistance, tech back-end assistance, doubt clarification, and customer service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The aim, according to Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwath Narayan, who also oversees higher education, is to increase the number of Karnataka students enrolled in IITs. "This course makes reading, revising, and taking exams much easier. Videos, synapses, and interactive tests will be the first initiative by any state in the world, particularly in terms of scale on an online platform "he said

GetCET Go supports over 2 Lakh Students: GetCETgo is designed to support all students (over two lakh) who have registered for the program across the country, according to Narayan. The government will be able to provide quality crash course material for less than Rs 40 per registered student as a result of this, according to the deputy CM. From the next academic year, GetCETgo will be eligible for the entire year, and the Karnataka Examinations Authority will be in charge of it, he said.

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