Bangalore, India (PressExposure) January 28, 2012 -- BASE, the Bangalore based, premier training organisation providing quality training for competitive examinations announced its admissions for NET-JRF Achiever, an online training programme for National Eligibility Test (NET) & Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) exams conducted by University Grants Commission (UGC) every year. The program would commence from 15th February 2012 and will end by June 2012. Post Graduates in Mathematics and Physics, aspiring to become degree college/university lecturer or research scholar can apply for this program. The duration of the program will be for three months, comprising of100 sessions, each of 2 hours duration.
The entire program will be delivered on the internet which will enable the candidates to pursue the program with flexible timings from anywhere in the country. Classes will be pre recorded and made available as per a drawn out schedule. The entire program will be delivered by top - of - the - line teachers, all of whom have taught at the university level for a large number of years. The candidates will be given text soft copies of the teacher slides and worksheets for their reference. Online tests will also be held every fortnight. There will also be 4 - 5 online classes for participants to interact with the faculty.
Announcing the program, Dr HS Nagaraja, Founder Director of BASE said "We want to reach out to maximum number of teachers and enable them to prepare for the exam. Since several participants are likely to be working professionals and spread across the country, this internet program will be a boon for them as it will help to pursue the program with flexible timings". BASE's research efforts give the edge in preparing the program objectives and content, he added.
About BASE: BASE started functioning in the year 1991 from its present premises in Basavanagudi in Bangalore. It was started by Dr. H.S. Nagaraja with the intention of increasing the number of candidates from Karnataka gaining entrance into IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) and NITs (National Institute of Technology). From a modest strength of 4 faculty members and 3 students, BASE has now grown to include 150 teaching faculty and multiple programmes for students from class 5 to 2nd PU/Class12. BASE trains students to qualify in the entrance examinations of world renowned centres of learning such as the IITs of India. BASE has consistently performed since its inception both in terms of growth and an astounding share in the number of BASE students gaining entrance into the IITs and NITs. It is a proud fact that each year, the number of BASE students qualifying to the IITs is more than that of all other institutions in Karnataka put together.