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PROJECT REPORT
ON

ResoVISION Enhancing the Education Possibilities


With Resonance Eduventures Limited

In partial fulfilment of the requirement of

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


In Rani DurgavatiVishwavidyalaya Jabalpur

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF:-SUBMITTED BY:-

Name of Faculty:-Mr.Amit GuptaName:-Mohit Kumar Sharma


Semester:- 4th semester
Enrollment no.:-BE/7780
CERTIFICATE OF TRAINING
This is to certify that the Project Report entitled
ResoVISION Enhancing the Education
Possibilities which is being submitted herewith for the
award of the degree of Masters in Business
Administration, RDVV Jabalpur by Mohit Kumar
Sharma...(MBA 4thSem) is the result of a genuine practice
of business development work undertaken by him under
the supervision of the Senior Executives.

Date:-
Place:-

Center head :- Center Manager:-


SHRI RAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
NEAR ITI MADHOTAL, JABALPUR (M.P.)
Batch 2015-2017

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CERTIFICATE OF THE TRAINING BY COMPANY
SHRIRAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
JABALPUR (M.P.)

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Mr/Ms. Mohit Kumar Sharma MBA 4thSem student
of SHRIRAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT entitled the project of
ResoVISION Enhancing the Education Possibilities


at Resonance Eduventures Limited which is being submitted
herewith for the practice of Partial fulfillment of Masters in Business
Administration RDVV Jabalpur for the year 2015-2017
It has been duly completed as record of bonafide work in practice of
Marketing,SRIM Jabalpur ,(M.P.)

Date Principal/Head

SHRIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,JABALPUR (M.P.)

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Mr/Ms.MOHIT KUMAR SHARMA MBA


3rdSem student of SHRIRAM INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGYentitled the project of ResoVISION
Enhancing the Education Possibilities

at Resonance Eduventures Limited which is being submitted
herewith for the practice of Partial fulfillment of Masters in Business
Administration RDVV Jabalpur for the year ...

It has been duly completed as record of bonafide work in practice of


specialization.. SRIT Jabalpur ,(M.P.)

Date Principal/Head

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the Project Report entitled ResoVISION


Enhancing the Education Possibilities

...which is being submitted herewith for the award of the degree of


Masters in Business Administration, RDVV Jabalpur by Mohit Kumar
Sharma...(MBA 4thSem) under my supervision and guidance.
(Guide)

Date:-

Place: JABALPUR

DECLARATION

I Mohit Kumar Sharma do hereby declare that the project entitled


ResoVISION Enhancing the Education Possibilities
Carried at RESONANCE EDUVENTURES LIMITEDis an original
work carried out by me under the guidance of Mr. Amit Guptain partial
fulfillment of Master Of Business Administration during academic year,
All the data represented in this project is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief. This work has not been submitted for any
other degree exam elsewhere.
Place: JABALPUR Name &Signature:- Mohit Kumar Sharma

Date:

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
It gives me pleasure in expressing my heartfelt gratitude and
indebtedness for the kind blessing showered upon me by honorable
Chairman Mr. R.KarsoliyaShriram Group of Institutions of Jabalpur
(M.P.)
I would like to express my gratitude towards PrincipalDr. Atul Dubey
(SRIM), Jabalpur for their kind cooperation and encouragement which
help me to completing the project.

I am highly indebted to MrAmit Guptafor his guidance and constant


supervision as well as for providing necessary information regarding the
project and also for support in completing the project.

I am thankful to all the faculty members of Shriram Institute of


Management for their help and valuable suggestion.

Date:- Name:- Mohit Kumar Sharma

JabalpurMBA4th semester

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sr. No. Topic Page no

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

3 Company Profile

4 Objective of the study

5 Research Methodology

6 Findings, Suggestions

7 Conclusion

8 Bibliography
Why Resonance? : Executive Summ

System-based Organization
Leadership: Experienced, Competent, Qualified (IITian) &
Academician
Core Team: Group of Academicians (Mostly IITians) & able
Administrators
Defined Processes and Structured Roles & Responsibilities
Planned Academic Management & Curriculum Execution
Student-centric & Performance-oriented Approach

Preparatory Programmes for Various


Examinations
Joint Entrance Examination JEE(MAIN + Advanced)
Joint Entrance Examination JEE(MAIN)
All India Pre-Medical Test (NEET (AIPMT))
All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS)
Scholarship/T alent Search Examinations like NTSE, KVPY &
Olympiads
Other National/State-level Engineering/Medical Entrance
Examinations (along with JEE (Main + Advanced)/JEE (Main) &
NEET(AIPMT)/AIIMS respectively)
CA/CS, CLAT

Student-centric Academic
Programmes/Courses
Classroom Contact Programmes (CCPs): Year-long, Short-term &
fast-track Programmes for JEE (Main + Advanced), JEE (Main) &
NEET(AIPMT)/AIIMS for the students of Classes-XI, XII & XII+
Pre-foundation Career Care Programmes (PCCPs) for NTSE &
Olympiads for the students of Classes-V, VI, VII, VIII, IX & X
Distance Learning Programmes (DLPs) for the students of
Classes- VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII & XII+ for JEE (Main +
Advanced), JEE (Main), NEET(AIPMT)/AIIMS & NTSE etc.

e-LearningProgrammes (eLPs) for the students of Classes-V, VI,


VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII & XII+ for JEE (Main + Advanced), JEE
(Main), NEET(AIPMT)/AIIMS & NTSE etc.

Coverage of respective class Board Syllabus (mostly CBSE based


on NCERT) apart from the preparation of Competitive
Examinations

Human Resources

One of the largest pools of full-time faculty members in the


coaching sector (500+)
More than 25% Faculty Members are IITian (qualified JEE (Main +
Advanced)) in JEE (Main + Advanced) Division
More than 50% Faculty members are having teaching experience
of more than 5 years in the respective target examination
coaching
Superior Faculty Stability Factor (less % turnover) compared to
the coaching education sector
Qualified, Competent, Experienced, Caring & Accountable Support
Staff (non-academics)

Teaching Methodology
Tried, Tested & Trusted Teaching Methodology of Kota System is
followed
Application-based Conceptual & Effective Classroom Teaching
(For CCPs)
Fundamental learning-based & well-researched Study Material
with Comprehensive Syllabus coverage
Personalized Doubt Removal Classes to enhance individual
learning
Innovative & Examination Pattern-based Periodic Testing &
Assessment System

Learning Environment

Disciplined Execution of Course Planning & Syllabus


Interactive Approach to promote & solve/clear the
doubts/concepts
Continuous Performance Evaluation & Remedial measures to
improve performance
Continuous Competitive Benchmarking at National-level
Supportive co-academic environment makes the learning
conducive

Unparallel Growth/Enrollments

Ever growing trust of students & parents as a 'sincere' institute


More than 4,40,000+ students enrolled since 2001
More than 3,00,000+ students enrolled in Classroom contact
Programmes since 2001
More than 1,40,000+ students enrolled in Distance Learning
Programmes since 2001
More than 90000+ students are enrolled in academic session
2015-16

Unprecedented Success Story/Results


The cumulative results in JEE (Main + Advanced) since 2002 are
unmatched by any other 'contemporary' institute in JEE (Main +
Advanced) Coaching segment. The 'only' institute in the country
which has put up its complete results in 'JEE (Main + Advanced)'
on its website with details of each students, course/programme
wise, All India Rank (AIR) and Category wise
Unprecedented Success in JEE (Main + Advanced) since 2002
(Total: 34544 Selections; Classroom: 22523; Distance
Learning: 12021) including 76 students in Top-100 (AIR) from
Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes (YCCPs)

More than 161459+ selections in JEE (Main) & other National


Level Engineering Entrance Examinations (NLEEEs) since 2002
(approx.)
6322 Selections in NEET since 2012 ( classroom : 4008 / Dlpd+
Elpd: 2314).
420 Selections in AIIMS since 2012 ( classroom : 111 / Dlpd+
Elpd: 196) (approx.)
Consistent Selections in National Talent Search Examination
(NTSE), Kishore VaigyanikProtsahanYojana (KVPY) &
International Olympiads (IOs)

Student Welfare Programmes (SWPs)


Micro-Macro Level Performance Analysis & Communication
Students Satisfaction Surveys (SSS) about Academic & Non-
academics
Parents-Teacher Meeting (PTM)/Parents-Resonance Meeting
(PRM)
Grievance Redressal, Assessment & Management System
(GRAMS)
Counseling (Career , Exams & Health) & Motivation Programmes
(CMPs)

Nation-wide Network
01 Resonance Corporate/Head Office at Kota.
28 Study Centres across the country for Classroom contact
Programmes (CCPs)
01 BASE Main Branch.
19 BASE Study Center (BSC).
33 Test Centres in Major Cities for Distance Learning programmes
& All India Test Series.
09 Live Learning Programme(LLPs) Centers.
Nation-wide reach through Distance Learning Programmes (DLPs)
Global reach through e-Learning Programmes (eLPs)

Resonance - Introduction
Resonance was established on 11th April, 2001 in Kota. The
institute was named as Resonance with the commitment to
enhance the teaching to bring them in the frequency band
of teacher so that resonance becomes a reality. In Fourteen
years of its inception, the institute has risen beyond all the
expectations in terms of volume and quality of results.
The growth in number of student's enrollment in classroom
coaching as well as selections in JEE (Main+Advanced) is
matchless as compared to any other institute in the country
offering classroom courses for JEE (Main+Advanced)
coaching. The institute is having its own Study Centres
which are offering Classroom Programmes for JEE
(Main+Advanced) at Kota, Agra, Ahmedabad, Allahabad,
Aurangabad, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chandrapur, Delhi,
Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kolkata,
Lucknow , Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Patna, Raipur,
Rajkot, Ranchi, Surat, Udaipur, Vadodara.

The institute is also offering classroom courses for
NEET/AIIMS and CA/CS , SCRA, NDA, CDS etc. coaching at
selected study centres and Distance Learning Programmes
through its DLP Division looking at the need of students
who can not leave their native places for education.
Resonance is also offering coaching to students of class V
TO X through its PCCP Division and preparing students for
competitive exams like NTSE, Olympiads etc.
COMPANY PROFILE
Resonance is a leading coaching institute for preparation
of :
Competitive entrance exams for Engineering and Medical
like JEE Advanced, JEE Main, NEET, AIIMS etc.
Scholarship/Talent hunt Exams Like NTSE, KVPY &
Olympiads, CA/CS/CLAT.

For the above mentioned exams we provide different modes to


reach our students. They are:

Classroom Contact Programmes


The traditional approach of teaching where a student has to
attend classes on regular basis. The Teaching methodology of
CCPs involve teaching by faculty, class notes, home assignments
(DPPs & Sheets), classroom discussion, doubt removal & periodic
assessment of performance through various tests.

Distance Learning Programmes

The Learning Methodology of DLPs involve learning at home by


going through & practicing the study material, doing/attempting
home assignments (Sheets), doubt removal through e-
mail/phone, periodic assessment of performance through various
tests and benchmarking of performance with other DLP students
& also classroom students through common tests.

e-Learning Programmes:

This is the futuristic approach towards learning. e-Learning at
present is restricted through Online Testing and CDs/Books. The
Live-video Learning Programmes (LLPs) have been just launched
at some schools during academic session 2010-11 & are going to
be launched during academic session 2011-12 across the country
through HCL-Career Development Centres (CDs).
Here at Resonance, we use a holostic approach to:
Help students in building their Career
Prepare them for the Competitive Examinations
Guide them for a better career path
Develop Scientific Temperament & Logical thinking
Develop and nourish Competitive Psychology
Z

Practice, persistence and performance when inculcated in


the meticulous guidance of master minds are sure to
produce the output of excellence in terms of career and
development of holistic personality, and this is the mere
objective of a brand called Resonance.

Resonance was founded on 11th April, 2001 by Mr. R.K. Verma, B.Tech,
Electrical and Electronics from IIT Madras. Coming from an obscure
town to becoming the top educationist in the field of education, enabling
students from all part of the country to realize their dreams of IIT, Mr.
R.K. Verma has indeed come a long way.
The institute is having its own Study Centres which are offering
Classroom Programmes for IIT-JEE at Kota | Jaipur | Bhopal | Bhubaneswar |
Lucknow | Nagpur | Udaipur | Patna | Jodhpur | Indore | Agra | Delhi | Kolkata
| Mumbai | Ahmedabad Nanded | Ranchi | Allahabad | Aurangabad | Jabalpur |
Raipur | Gwalior | Vadodara | Chandrapur | Gandhinagar | Surat | Nashik |
Rajkot. These Study Centres are not franchisees. They are established and
managed by Resonance, Kota.

The institute has also entered into associations with some of the
reputed schools across the country for the Integrated In-School Classroom
Contact Programmes for the preparation of IIT-JEE.
Resonance formally launched its Distance Learning Programmes through
its DLP Division during the Academic Session 2005-06 looking at the need of
students who can not leave their native places for education.

Resonance launched its Pre-Foundation Career Care


Programmes (PCCP) Division in 2006
The Institute has diversified its portfolio by launching AIEEE
&NEET(AIPMT) division in the Academic Session 2010-11. Apart from
coaching for competitive examination, the Institute is also offering
programmes for the students of Class VII to X who appear in Talent Search
Examinations like National Talent Search Examination (NTSE), International
Olympiads conducted by various Government and Private Organizations.

With a Vision of "Excellence in Career Education", Resonance


diversified its portfolio of courses in 2012 from IIT-JEE & Medical to
Commerce & Law in the form of New Division Resonance Commerce &
Law Program Division (CLPD). Resonance CLPD is providing coaching for
commerce faculty preparing for CA (CPT, IPCC & Final), CS (Foundation,
Executive, and Professional), CLAT, XII (CBSE/RBSE), XI (CBSE/RBSE), B.Com
and M.Com. Our experts in the field deliver this expertise in the form of
excellent teaching methodology and study material
SUCCESS STORY:-
Every part of the Resonance system - be it the Academia, Student-Faculty
Relation, Performance Monitoring, Orientation, Curriculum execution or
other relevant areas - follow a set of do's and don'ts along with target
based goals. This ensures that every student at Resonance experiences
uniform attention and interaction with each faculty member along with
setting of their individual goals and achievement.
A team of India's finest 800+ faculty members are at the core of the
Resonance experience. Around 28% of our faculty members are IlTians/
NITians for Pre-Engineering Division or Doctors from the top Medical
Colleges of India for Medical Division; Most of our faculty members are
CAs/CS/MBAs/Law Graduates for CLPD. Faculty Training & Development
Programs are conducted frequently to sharpen, add and improve the
delivery mechanism of our faculty.
Trust is a successor of test; the hardwork put in behind every individual
student and the passion of the entire Resonance team to see their students
successful in life. We are proud of guiding more than 4 Lac+ students
through our various available programs since 2001 upto 2016-17. This trust
of students and parents in Resonance is evident through growing
enrollments year after year.
Resonance is a success story which started with a small team of around 10
members and now is a team of 1900+ members in a span of merely 15
years. This includes Technocrats, Engineers, Doctors, CAs, CSs, MBAs&
Other professionals. The credibility of the organization is highly trusted,
commitment of the entire team under able leadership of RKV Sir, leaves no
stone unturned for the benefit of the students.
PROGRAMS OFFERED BY RESONANCE:-

Resonance

classroom Distance learning e-learning


program program program division
PROGRESSIVE RESULTS SECTION:-

34544 (CCP: 22523| DLP + eLP: 12021) Students selected in IIT-


JEE (Now called as JEE-Advanced) so far since 2002.
161459 (CCP: 98085 | DLP + eLP: 38856) Students selected in
AIEEE (Now called as JEE-Main) since 2003.
420 (CCP: 111 | DLP + eLP: 196) Students selected in AIIMS (All
are from Classroom Program) so far since 2012.
6322 (CCP: 4008 | DLP + eLP: 2314) Students selected in NEET so far
since 2012.
1553 (CCP: 835 | DLP + eLP: 721) NTSE Scholars, 921 KVPY Fellowship
winners, 14 Medalists in IJSO & 26 Medalists in International Olympiads
since 2006.
132 Selections in CA-CPT (Till June 2015), 417 Selections in CA-IPCC
(Till May 2015), 98 Selections in CA-Final (Till may 2015), 189
Selections in CS-Foundation (Till June 2015), 143 Selections in CS-
Executive (Till December 2014), 95 Selections in CS-Professional (Till
June 2015) & 9 Selections in CLAT (Till 2015).

2015-16

UTKARSH GUPTA WON GOLD MEDAL IN ICHO 2016 HELD AT TBILISI,


GEORGIA.
5111 Selections in JEE Advanced 2015-16 (Classroom-3554, DLP+ELP-
1557).
28090 Students Selections from Jee Main 2016 (Classroom-20429,
DLP+ELP-7661).
1787 Students Selections from NEET 2016 (Classroom-1155, DLP+ELP-
632).
213 students selected in AIIMS 2016 (Classroom-32, DLP+ELP-181).
3 Students Won Gold Medals in IJSO (Yash Gupta, PawanGoyal, Lay
Jain)
113 students selected in NTSE 2016 (Classroom-81, DLP+ELP-32).
PCCP Student TusharGautam of class X got selected for OCSC Camp of
International Mathematics Olympiad.
3 Students got selected for IJSO-PDT (Stage-4). Yash Gupta secured
1st position, PawanGoyal secured 2nd and Lay Jain secured 3rd position
during OCSC.
2 Students Lay Jain &Yash Gupta of class IX got selected for OCSC
Camp of International Astronomy Olympiad from Junior Category.
11 Students got Selected for Second Stage of International Earth
Science Olympiad (IESO) 2015 conducted by Geological Society of
India.

2014-15
4124 Selections in JEE Advanced 2014-15 (Classroom-2570, DLP+ELP-
1554).
25542 Students Qualified from Jee Main 2015 to Jee Advanced 2015
(Classroom-18816, DLP+ELP-6726).
447 Students selected in AIPMT 2015 (Classroom-337, DLP+ELP-110).
35 students selected in AIIMS 2015 (Classroom-20, DLP+ELP-15).
104 Students got selected for NTSE Stage-2.(Class room-66,
DLPD/ELPD-39).
Yash Gupta got selected for A Star youth scholarship sponsered by
Ministry of Education, Singapore.
LakshyaBhatnagar won Bronze Medal for India in International Earth
Science Olympiad (IESO) 2014 conducted by Geological Society of India
in Spain.

2013-14
4105 Selections in JEE Advanced 2013-14 (Classroom-2748, DLP+ELP-
1357).
18069 Students Qualified from Jee Main 2014 to Jee Advanced 2014
(Classroom-13025, DLP+ELP-5044).
414 Students selected in AIPMT 2014 (Classroom-306, DLP+ELP-108).
16 students selected in AIIMS 2014 (All from Classroom).
153 selections in NTSE Stage-2 (Class room-91, DLPD/ELPD-62).
ChinmayTalegaonkar selected for Stage-3, OCSC of 10 th IJSO in 2013.
159 Students awarded with KVPY Fellowship Award in 2012 (Classroom-
95, DLP+ELP-64).
BhavyaChoudhary (Kota Centre) & Charles Ranjan (Bhopal Centre )
bagged 3 Gold Medal for IAO ( International Astronomy Olympiad)-
Jr.Group-2013.
RohitChoudhary&MohitKherwa won Silver Medal for India in IESO-2013.
322 Students awarded with KVPY Fellowship Award in 2014 (Classroom-
139, DLP+ELP-183).
2012-13
3003 Selections in JEE Advanced 2012-13 (Classroom-1865, DLP+ELP-
1138).
15240 Students Qualified from Jee Main 2013 to Jee Advanced 2013
(Classroom-10815, DLP+ELP-4425).
595 Students selected in AIPMT 2013 (Classroom-422, DLP+ELP-173).
10 students selected in AIIMS 2013 (All from Classroom).
177 Selections in NTSE Final Stage.(Class room-86, DLPD/ELPD-91).
Ajay Shrivastav won silver medal &GauravVerma won Bronze Medal
international Earth Science Olympiad (IESO) - 2012.
BhavyaChaudhary (Kota Centre) ,KushalBabal (Udaipur centre) and
Charles Ranjan (Bhopal Centre ) won Silver Medal India in 9th
International Junior Science Olympiad 2012 held at Tehran (Iran).
250 Students awarded with KVPY Fellowship Award in 2013 (Classroom-
132, DLP+ELP-118).

2011-12
3206 Selections in JEE Advanced 2011-12 (Classroom-2063, DLP+ELP-
1143).
12078 Students Qualified in AIEEE 2012 (Classroom-8170, DLP+ELP-
3908).
103 Students selected in AIPMT 2012 (Classroom-63, DLP+ELP-40).
5 students selected in AIIMS 2012 (All from Classroom).
189 Selections in NTSE Final Stage. (Class room-98, DLPD/ELPD-91).
3 Students KaushalJha, Parth Sharma &Shrishti Jain got selected for
Stage-3, OCSC of IJSO.
Archit Sharma, A student of PCCP (Station Center, Kota) got qualified
for Stage-3, OCSC of International Astronomy Olympiad (IAO).

2010-11
Resonance Classroom Students got All India Rank 2 & 5 in IIT-JEE
2011.
17 Students in Top-100 (Classroom: 13 | Distance: 4)
Total 1813 Selection (Classroom: 1194 | Distance: 619)
203 Scholars in NTSE.
2 Students selected for Final Stage of 42nd International Physics
Olympiad
Launch of Yearlong Classroom Contact Programme (YCCP) for AIEEE &
AIPMT
YASH GUPTA - A student of the Resonance Udaipur Study Centre won
the GOLD MEDAL in International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO-2010)
held at Abuja, Nigeria
Change of Tag line to 'Educating for better tomorrow'
Launch of Live Video Learning Programmes in collaboration with HCL
Launch of Ahmadabad and Patna Study Centre
Launch of In-class Classroom Contact Programme (ICCP) at
Visakhapatnam in collaboration with VikasVidyaNiketan
15 JNV students out of 44 cracked IIT-JEE 2011 & 38 cracked AIEEE
2011, with Two Year Classroom Coaching from Resonance, at no
financial cost
9283 selections in AIEEE 2011 (Classroom: 6488 | Distance Learning:
2795)
Shubham Mehta won the GOLD MEDAL and NisheethLahoti won SILVER
MEDAL in International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) 2011

2009-10
1652 selections in IIT-JEE 2010 (Classroom: 1078 | Distance Learning:
574)
14 Ranks in Top-100 with Top rank of 19
189 Scholars in NTSE ( Class room-62, DLPD/ELPD-127)
3 students won medal in International Junior Science Olympiad held at
Azerbaijan.
Students enrollment in YCCPs crosses 17,000 (IIT-JEE)
Launching of Yearlong Classroom Contact Programme (YCCP) for AIEEE
exclusively for old Resonance students
Launch of Study Centers at Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar , Rajkot and
Udaipur
Introduction of Class VII in PCCPs
Introduction of first In-school Classroom Contact Programme (ICCP) at
Chandigarh
As part of Resonance CSR, introduction of free of cost In-school
Classroom Contact Programme (ICCP) at JawaharNavodayaVidyalaya
(JNV), Bundi
3 Students win silver medals in the final stage of International Jr.
Science Olympiad held at Baku, Azerbaijan

2008-09
First Top 10 rank for Resonance - Anvit Singh Tanwar (AIR 9)
177 Scholar in NTSE (( Class room-98, DLPD/ELPD-79)
Students enrollment in YCCPs crosses 14,000 (IIT-JEE)
Launch of Study Centers at Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, Mumbai and
Nagpur
2 students win Silver Medals in International Chemistry Olympiad
(IChO) held in London, UK
Introduction of Fast-track Classroom Contact Programme (FCCP) for
IIT-JEE

2007-08
9 Ranks in Top 100 with Top Rank of 18. Students enrollment in YCCP
crosses 10000 (IIT-JEE)
103 Scholars in National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) from class-
VIII
Introduction of Unique Scholarship Programme (USP)
Launch of Information Centers (IC) in Delhi, Lucknow, Indore,
Chandigarh, Patna, Ranchi & Kolkata and Study Centre with YCCP in
Bhopal

2006-07
6 Ranks in Top-100 with Top Rank of 14
Launched Pre-foundation Career Care Programmes (PCCP) for Classes
VII, VIII, IX and X
40 Scholars in NTSE from class-VIII
Launched Hindi-medium YCCPs for IIT-JEE
Launched Online Test Series for IIT-JEE
2 Students from YCCP win Gold and Silver medals in International
Physics Olympiad (IPhO), held in Iran

2005-06
710 Selections (Classroom: 495 | Distance Learning 215)
6 Ranks in Top-100with Top Rank of 28
Students enrollment in YCCP crosses 5000 (IIT-JEE)
Introduction of JEE Preparatory Tests (JPTs)

2004-05
355 Selections (Classroom: 289 | Distance Learning: 66)
ResoNET (Resonance National Entrance Test) is conducted across India
for the first time
2003-04
312 Selections (Classroom: 277 | Distance Learning 35)
1 Rank in Top-100 with Top Rank of 96
Students enrollment in YCCP crosses 3000 (IIT-JEE)

2002-03
170 Selections from Classroom Programme only
2 Ranks in Top-100 with Top Rank of 87
Students enrollment in YCCPs crosses 2000 (IIT-JEE)

2001-02
Resonance established on 11th April 2001, at Kota (Rajasthan)
161 selections from classroom in the very first year
2 Ranks in Top-100 with Top Rank of 48
Students enrollment in Yearlong Classroom Contact Programme (YCCP)
crosses 1000 (IIT-JEE)
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY:-
Primary Objectives:-
1. To study the various techniques adopted by the business development
department of the company for reaching out the students that require
guidance for clearing the exams.

2. How the company performs its marketing activities and what are the mediums
that they use for their marketing.

Secondary Objectives:-

1 .To study the various modes that are used by the company to teach the
students .

2 .What are the extraordinary qualities that the company has through which the
students gets the extra support needed in their preparation for exams.

3.To study the overall description of the company including the material
suitability , material standards, quality teaching skills and other co-academic
terms.

4.Factual analysis of the results in comparison with past years working.


Research Methodology:-

1. The research methodology adopted by me during my


work was mainly observative as I have done the work
relating to marketing and activities that are related to
expansion of educational projects of the company.

2. The sample size that I took was restricted to the


study centre of Jabalpur that has approximately 300
students currently studying in the coaching.

3. For further marketing work analysis the data used


for the work is of primary nature.

4. I had visited many schools regarding the


promotional work of the company in Jabalpur as well as
cities nearby Jabalpur.
Findings from the study:-
1.During my training I came to know about the various activities
that are undertaken by the marketing and business development
team of the company in relation to reach out the young talents
of the country.
2.Resonance maintains a very good environment in terms
academic and co- academic areas , so that a bright future of the
students can be ensured .

3.Resonance has its own Research and Development team of


Teachers that are there just to keep up the study material to be
used by the students updated in relation to the ever changing
and dynamic environment.

4.Resonance organizes workshops for the students to give them


a practical approach to look at the problems, which helps in
developing their understanding level.
5.Activities undertaken by Resonance includes school based
exams named as Brain-O-meter exams, that is conducted to
check the understanding level of the students of their respective
classes.

6.Sparsh- An initiative of Resonance to get in touch with the


parents of the students studying in classroom programs of the
Resonance in order to keep a check on their weaknesses and
problems that are not addressed or discussed in coaching.

7. For admission purposes resonance conducts examination


during the annual session named as :- ResoFAST ,ResoNET,
these are the scholarship exams on the basis of performance of
students in these exams the students gets deduction on fixed
slabs.

8.The student gets deductions on the basis of his/ her


performance in board exams as well as in olympiads.

9.Resonance also provides distance learning study material for


those students who are not capable of attending regular classes
at Resonance.
Along with that resonance also conducts a national level talent
search exam called as RESO- START , which aims to reach out,
spot , reward & nurture talented students across the country.

Academic Team (Faculty)


1) Apart from his/her own; the Most Important
Role in a students' success is played by the
Faculty, the Teacher or The Coach. Resonance can
boast of having one of the best Faculty Team
across the Country in terms of strength, coaching
experience, qualification, competence and most
importantly care for the students.
2) Presently, a strong Faculty Team of over 250
members is the core strength of Resonance. The
Faculty Team includes Faculty Members in Physics,
Mathematics & Chemistry for JEE(Main+Advanced)
& JEE(Main) Divisions and in Physics, Chemistry,
Zoology and Botany for NEET(AIPMT) Division .
3) Most of the Faculty Team leaders/members are
B.Tech./ M.Tech. from IITs in JEE(Main+Advanced)
& JEE(Main) Divisions and Graduates/ Post
Graduates from top Medical colleges in for
NEET(AIPMT) Division . They understand the
rigours of
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT),
respectively, preparation very well.
4) The Faculty Team is a perfect blend of
Experience, Energy and Enthusiasm to hone the
skills required to crack
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT).
5) All the Faculty Members are recruited through a
rigorous Recruitment Process which involves
Scrutiny of Applications, Written Test,
Demonstration Lecture and Personal Interview.
6) A Faculty Member who is new to the Resonance
System; is sufficiently trained in Teaching
Knowledge, Attitude and Skill before getting face
to face with students inside the Classroom. They
also attend the classes of Senior Faculty
Members/HODs to understand the teaching
methodology, effective use of teaching aids and
general behaviour inside.
7) Apart from Regular Teaching and Problems
Solving; the Faculty members also deliver
motivational thoughts and tips to revitalize the
students and keep their momentum up towards
the ultimate target.
8) Resonance has envisaged the future need of
competent & skilled Faculty Team for the growing
number of aspiring students' appearing in
JEE(Main+Advanced).
9) A Faculty Training Programmes (FTP) is the
platform created by Resonance to identify, select
and train the young teachers according to its
Academic System and Teaching Pedagogy.
10) Further to groom and refine the coaching skills
of young teachers; Resonance has evolved a
Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) under
which continuous enrichment and value addition is
done to keep the faculty members abreast with the
changing trends of
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/ NEET(AIPMT),
respectively.

Regular Classes
1) Total Lectures Per Week: 09 to 18.

2) Total Lectures Per Week Per Subject (Physics,


Chemistry & Mathematics each): 3 to 6

3) Each lecture consists of 90 Minutes duration (01


Hr 30 Min.)

4) The 90 Minutes of each lecture is divided as


follows: First 15 Min for Daily Practice Problem
(DPP) Discussion; Next 30 Minutes for
Sheet/Module Discussion and last 45 Minutes are
devoted for theoretical and conceptual learning.

5) Theoretical learning consist of Theory coupled


with important concepts /fundamentals, formulae
and is taught through solved/ unsolved
examples/illustrations and derivations.
6) The Discussion part is more of interactive type
and students are motivated to raise and discuss
their doubts/objections to understand the
concepts/fundamentals used in problem solving.

7) The Faculty Members take help from and largely


followed standardized Lecture Notes while
delivering their lecture. This helps in synchronized
teaching in all the batches across the course/study
centres.

8) Exhaustive & detailed Class Notes are prepared


by the students in the Classroom for all topics
which almost eliminates the need of any other
study material.

9) Appropriate Home Work is assigned in the form


of Daily Practice Problems (DPPs), Problems from
the Sheet and Problems from some
standard/NCERT books.

10) The assigned home work is discussed in the


next class with interactive participation of the
students.

Example : For a Typical Yearlong Classroom


Contact Programme (YCCP)
A) Total Course Duration: 40 Weeks B) No. of
Classes (Minimum): 09 Classes Per Week C) Total
No. of Classes Per Course (in a Year) = 40 X 9 =
360 Classes D) Total No. of Classes Per Subject (in
a Year) = 120 Classes (P, C & M each) E) Total
Classroom Teaching Hours Per Course (in a Year)
= 360 X 1.5 Hr = 540 Hours F) Total Classroom
Teaching Hours Per Subject (in a Year) = 120 X
1.5 = 180 Hours

Daily Practice Problems (DPPs)


1) Daily Practice Problems are popularly known as
DPPs. It is a set of Problems assigned to the
student as a part of the Home Work and is to be
attempted at home.

2) The objective of DPP is to revise all the


concepts which have been taught till date.

3) Typically a DPP contains 6 -10 Problems (on an


average 08 Problems). It includes all variety of
problems like Single Choice, Multiple Choice, Short
Subjective, Long Subjective, Match the Column,
Comprehension, Assertion & Reason, True & False,
Fill in the Blanks and Miscellaneous Type. Further,
DPPs can be changed according to the
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/ NEET(AIPMT)
pattern.
4) Around 03 DPPs Per Week Per Subject are given
for all the three subjects (P, C & M). Hence, a
student typically gets about 100 DPPs in each
subject in a year. Hence, DPPs are like ' Boond
Boond Se Ghada Bharta Hai (Many a pickle makes
a mickle)'. A student can learn and practice around
8X100X3 = 2400 Problems in a year.

5) Each DPP is assigned with Total Time/Marks


(overall/question wise) for self-assessment.

6) A DPP consists of questions mostly based upon


the syllabus studied/learned in the previous
lectures. Few problems in each DPP are also
included from the topics previously taught for the
continuous revision of old topics.

7) The Discussion of problems of DPP is done in


the next lecture. It boosts the morale of the
student by doing sufficient practice of the theory
taught in the classroom by practicing/solving the
problems himself based upon that in the
succeeding lectures.

8) The problems of DPPs (with the same data or


change in numerical data are revised in the Part
Tests to firmly anchor the concepts.
9) DPP gradually helps in developing a habit and
practice of revision of the syllabus. The problems
of DPPs can be marked/highlighted at the time of
attempting so that they can work as an additional
Question Bank and help in better revision before
the JEE(Main+Advanced).

10) The DPP is an important tool of Resonance's


Teaching Methodology. Its importance can be
understood by the fact that if a student attempts
the DPP regularly with full sincerity and
commitment; he/she may have more than 75%
chances of getting selected in
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT) with
a good All India Rank (AIR).

Sheet
1) A Sheet is typically a topic wise collection of
problems in each subject i.e P,C & M. It is provided
to the students as printed Study Material (topic
wise).

2) The objective of the Sheet is to achieve


perfection in a topic while it is being taught
through rigorous practice of variety of problems of
various levels.

3) The entire syllabus of


JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT) is
approximately divided into 25 to 30 Sheets in each
subject.

4) The contents of the Sheet starts with


summarized theory related to the particular topic;
which is provided for a quick review of the topic.

5) A students learns/attempts around


20000/15000 problems through Sheets in a
two/one year course/programme respectively.

6) Every Sheet includes problems which are


sequentially segregated in exercise of four different
levels. Exercise 1 comprises of conceptual
problems which require fundamental knowledge of
the topic; thus it helps the student feel confident
about the preparation of that particular topic
immediately he/ she complete the topic. It is
further divided into two parts i.e. Part-A
(Subjective Problems) & Part-B (Objective
Problems). Each part is divided in various
sequential section of the topic. In Exercise 2 the
toughness of problems gradually increases. It is
further divided into two parts i.e. Part-A
(Subjective Problems) and Part-B (Objective
Questions of Single Choice & Multiple Choice). The
Exercise 3 further consists of 4-5 parts wherein
variety of problems like Match the Column,
Comprehension, Assertion & Reason, True & False
and Fill in the Blanks etc. are included with the
objective of practice of almost all the variety of
problems. Exercise 4 consists of problems asked in
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT) in
last 10 Years.

7) The Answers for all the problems are provided


at the end of the Sheet for reference to the
students.

8) After each Theory Class; the student is


assigned to attempt some problems from the
Sheet (keeping in mind around 15 Questions Per
Lecture Per Subject) as Home Work. Further, these
problems are discussed in the successive Theory
Class for better understanding of the
concepts/fundamentals of the portion of topic
taught in the previous class.

9) The selection of Problems is very specific in


nature, covering each and every aspect of the
theory and fundamentals/concepts of the topic.

10) The contents of the Sheet ends with


Miscellaneous Question Bank (MQB) - which is a
set of additional but jumbled problems and is
meant for those students who want more problems
to practice. It is further divided into two parts i.e.
MQB-I (Objective Questions) and MQB-II
(Subjective Questions). The problems of MQB are
not discussed in the Classroom but solutions of
MQB are provided to the students.

Doubt Discussion Classes

1) The Objective of Doubt Discussion Classes is to


provide additional attention and care to the
students. It helps those students who couldn't
understand a concept at first which is now
affecting their performance.

2) It also helps those students who hesitate to


ask/discuss their doubts in the classroom because
of their shyness and their past academic
environment.

3) In fact Doubt Discussion Class is a One to One


Discussion Forum between the student and the
teacher.

4) It is a regular facility available at Resonance


through out the academic session for all the
classes.
5) The faculty members are available in the
specific timings (from morning to evening) at a
specific location for Doubt Discussion Classes as
per pre-announced schedule.
6) Doubt Discussion Class encourages the students
to clarify their doubts immediately without
affecting the performance by ensuring firm hold on
the concepts/fundamentals of the subject.

7) A student feels Personal Touch/Attention while


attending the Doubt Discussion Classes. It
motivates him to focus on his/her target with
improved energy and enthusiasm.

8) Sometimes Doubt Discussion Classes become a


good platform to recover the lost syllabus for those
students who couldn't take admission at the time
of beginning of the course and have got delayed
due to some reason(s).

9) Discussion Classes help students recovering this


lost syllabus to certain extent. In case a student
falls sick or is unable to attend the classes due to
some unavoidable circumstances and loses some
syllabus taught during the absence period.

10) The Doubt Discussion Classes are also very


helpful to those students who don't feel confident
in a particular subject and it is affecting their
overall performance. Through Doubt Discussion
Classes such students can increase their grasp in
that subject.
Periodic Assessment Tests (PATs)
1) The objective of Periodic Assessment Tests is
continuous assessment of the level of
preparedness of student (own/comparative) and
compelling him to study, practice and perform
according to the requirements of
JEE(Main+Advanced) /JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT)

2) The Periodic Assessment Tests are conducted


once in a month.

3) The pattern of Periodic Assessment Tests is as


per JEE(Main+Advanced) i.e. Two Papers of 3-
Hours each carrying objective questions of all the
three subjects viz. Physics, Mathematics and
Chemistry in each paper.

4) However, sometimes Subjective Periodic Tests


are also conducted to measure the fundamental
based problem solving approach of the students.
Since it develops an attitude to solve the problems
in step-by-step manner; it is very helpful for
regular school going students in terms of daily
learning and to practice for writing school/board
examinations.

5) The Periodic Assessment Tests have following


specialities:
They are of two types: Part Tests (PTs) and
Cumulative Tests (CTs)
A Part Test (PT) is the test of the syllabus taught
between two consecutive PTs.
A Cumulative Test (CT) is the test of entire
syllabus covered till that date of test.
A Part Test (PT) consists of some percentage of
seen questions (Questions from DPPs, Sheets &
Class Notes etc.) with or without change in
numerical values.
One of the objectives of PTs is to check whether
the student is sincerely doing the home work or
not since doing the home work on regular basis
helps in strengthening the concepts learned in the
classes.
A Cumulative Test (CT) consists of unseen and
innovative questions according to the level of
JEE(Main+Advanced) and beyond.
The objective of CTs is to measure the applied
attitude of the student towards unseen problems
and preparing them for the surprises of
JEE(Main+Advanced).
The PT and CT both carry variety of questions like
Single Choice, Multiple Choice, Short Subjective,
Long Subjective, Match the Column,
Comprehension, Assertion & Reason, True & False,
Fill in the Blanks and Miscellaneous Type.
The student is provided with Answer Key &
Solutions of the Test Paper after the Test.
Each Test Paper is discussed in the succeeding
lectures after the test.

6) Approx. 08 Periodic Assessment Tests which


included 04 PTs and 04 CTs are conducted during
one academic session.

7) All the Periodic Assessment Tests are Live in


nature and conducted under standard examination
environment.

8) The result of a Periodic Assessment Test is


displayed to all the students with
marks/percentage in Physics, Chemistry and
Mathematics separately and with TOTAL apart from
Current %, Study Centre Rank, All Resonance
Rank (ARR) and Cumulative % & Cumulative Rank.

9) The quantity of Periodic Assessment Tests is


sufficient to remove the examination fear amongst
the students.

10) The Performance in Periodic Assessment Tests


reflects student's chances of becoming successful
in JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT)
Academic Research & Development (R&D)

1) Resonance has its own Study Material Research


& Development (R & D) Division.

2) Every faculty member is a part of R & D


Division apart from a dedicated faculty team
involved in various R & D activities.

3) The R & D Team continuously strives to reform


and upgrade the Study Material to maintain
equilibrium with the dynamism of
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT)
respectively.

4) The R & D Team regularly


develops/updates/enriches the work of Question
Bank Development (Original/Assorted).

5) The R & D Division is involved in research and


enhancing the Study Material (DPPs, Sheets and
MQB), preparation of Periodic Test Papers, their
validation and preparation of Answer Key, Hints &
Solutions for the students as per need.

6) The R & D Team make every effort in compiling


and framing the wide variety of problems
according to the latest pattern of
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT) for
adequate and wholesome practice of the students.

7) The R & D Team ensures that the problems


included in the Study Material and Test Papers are
not repetitive in nature and give a feeling of
freshness and innovativeness to the students.

8) The R & D Team regularly analyses the


performance of students in periodic tests and
accordingly develop the academic inputs for the
students to enhance their performance.

9) The R & D Team closely watches the changing


patterns of
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT) and
does the analysis of the trends in Examination
System and Test Papers.

10) The R & D Team also studies the changing


needs of the students and develops the new
academic products according to these changing
needs.

Academic Administration and Management

1) The Academic Calendar for the whole session is


systematically planned for various courses at the
beginning of the session itself.
2) The Academic Calendar includes Curriculum
Planning, Designing & Development, Course
Pedagogy, Syllabus Division, Test Schedule and
Lecture Planning.
3) The Overall Academic Management is divided
into three parts:
Management of Classes (Core Academics).
Management of Study Material (Co-Academics).
Management of Test Papers (Co-Academics).
4) The Academic Management Hierarchy includes
Managing Director, Executive Director, Head of
Departments (HODs), Functional Heads (FHs),
Functional Coordinators (FCs), Programme
Coordinators (PCs), Faculty Members (FMs) and
Teaching Associates/Assistants etc. The Hierarchy
of Academic Team is designed in such a manner
that the mentors are involved at various
functioning areas related to academic and co-
academic deliverables.
5) The Academic Management Team is supported
by a Non-academic Management Team in running
the Academic Management System effectively and
efficiently.
6) All the Faculty Members are given a
Responsibility Sheet which includes their academic,
co-academic and academic management
responsibilities.
7) A regular Syllabus Progress Monitoring Report is
compiled and analyzed on weekly basis for all the
courses to ensure syllabus execution as per
academic planning.
8) Academic Discipline Guidelines & Code of
Conduct is followed by all the Faculty Members
related to syllabus execution, content delivery,
start/end of classes, attitude & behaviour towards
students.
9) Several Academic Performance Parameters
(APPs) are developed and measured regularly to
monitor the successful implementation of academic
planning. They are regularly communicated to the
concerned authorities through an Academic-
Management Information System (A-MIS).
10) Regular meetings of Academic Team members
are held to review the academic planning & its
execution, performance of faculty members,
performance of students and to discuss the areas
for improvement

Co-academic Arrangements
1) Resonance provides excellent infrastructure &
facilities to create an ideal ambience for effective
learning with caring and committed management
and administration.
2) Students are made to sit in the classroom in
order of the ascending sequence of their ranks to
enthuse the student with a competitive spirit at
every step.
3) The students' batches are reshuffled on the
basis of their performance in Periodic test. This
again inculcates the spirit of competition amongst
the students.
4) Students Academic Performance & Evaluation
Report (SAPER) Sheet is distributed to the
students & also sent to the parents 3 - 4 times in a
year. The SAPER includes marks secured by the
student, Centre Rank, All Resonance Rank-ARR
(Rank amongst all the students of All Study
Centres), Percentile, Test Percentage & cumulative
percentage. The performance is also available on
institute's website at Students' Corner.
5) Extra Classes are planned and conducted as
and when required to complete the syllabus on
time and to remain aligned with the Course
Planning.
6) Back up Classes are planned and arranged for
specific students of various courses according to
their performance to improve the performance
level of such students.
7) The student's preparation is evaluated at
National Level as several periodic tests are
conducted at all the Study Centres of Resonance
as per the same schedule and syllabus.

8) The institute also plays the role of a guardian


by keeping a vigil on attendance and indisciplinary
activities of the students. Further, Motivation
Classes are conducted to ease the stress and
pressure from the mind of students.

9) Apart from routine Periodic Tests; several other


tests are also conducted to further evaluate the
preparation level of students for various objectives.
The Major Tests (MTs) are conducted to revise the
entire syllabus just before the completion of the
course. Open Tests (OTs) , JEE Preparatory Tests
(JPTs), AIEEE Preparatory Tests (APTs) & Medical
Preparatory Tests (MPTs) are conducted with
students of Resonance-All India Test Series(R-
AITS) to intensify the competition at National Level
amongst wider pool of
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(NEET(AIPMT
)) aspirants.

10) Awareness is created through counseling


amongst students for Various Science &
Mathematics Olympiads and other Competitions
which are relevant and could be helpful in
improving the confidence level of the students.

Academic Performance Analysis


1) Resonance understands that the Academic
Performance of both the coach (faculty) and the
trainee (student) is not only very important but
also highly critical for the success in
JEE(Main+Advanced)/JEE(Main)/NEET(AIPMT).

2) Students' academic performance in each test is


analyzed on various parameters at Macro Level
through Students' Test Analysis Report (STAR).
These parameters include individual student's
performance, nbsp;average performance of all the
students in the course, cumulative performance,
comparison with best performers etc.

3) The academic performance of a student is also


analyzed and studied at Micro level (i.e. subject
wise, topic wise, question wise etc.) and special
academic initiatives are taken to improve the
performance.

4) Each periodic test is concluded with a summary


report of the number of mistakes and wrong
practices adopted by the students in attempting
the problems; it helps in refining the preparation of
students by highlighting their weak areas and
accordingly measures are suggested to them.
5) Continuous Development of Effective Learning
Tools to enhance the student's performance. It
includes improvement in Teaching Methodologies,
new and innovative problems in study material,
change in test paper pattern, its toughness level
and variety in the problems asked.

6) Student Satisfaction Survey is conducted 3-4


times during the academic session to measure the
academic performance of the faculty members
individually and that of department (Physics,
Chemistry, Mathematics for JEE(Main+Advanced)
& JEE(Main) Divisions and in Physics, Chemistry,
Zoology and Botany for NEET(AIPMT) Division as a
whole) on various parameters. The results are
analyzed and used giving inputs to enhance the
output of both students & faculty members.

7) To improve the academic performance of the


faculty members Faculty Training Need
Identification Surveys and Faculty Trait &
Competence Analysis are done.The analysis report
of the above is used to design and develop Faculty
Knowledge (subject and fundamentals), Skill
(Communication Practices and Methodologies, Use
of Modern Training Tools, techniques and
Technologies) & Attitude (teaching aptitude and
behaviour) Improvement Programmes.

9) A Periodic Assessment of Faculty Members'


performance is done to increase competition
amongst teachers similar to the students and to
perform better than the others. The measurement
of Effectiveness of Faculty Training & Development
Programmes is also done to foster the Teaching &
Academic Excellence amongst the faculty
members.

10) The overall focus of the Academic Performance


Analysis is on the improvement in the subject
knowledge, understanding of the fundamentals
behind scientific concepts, application of the
concepts in problem solving with speed & accuracy
through rigorous practice and persistence.
Growth Plans Of Resonance:-

Resonance as a group plans to grow as an Education


Services provider at National as well as International
level. The growth plans will find their ways in:

Coaching/Parallel Education System

Expansion of Study Centre Network(National/Global


Level)
Expansion of Information Centre Network
Expansion of Learning Centre Network (Integrated)
Classroom Contact Programmes.
Strengthening Distance Learning Programmes(DLP)
Division.
Strengthening e-learning Programmes(e-LP) Division.
Increasing Live Video Learning ProgrammesLLPs) reach in
association with HCL.
Developing leadership position in JEE Advanced & JEE
Main Coaching.
Strengthening Key position in NEET & AIIMS Coaching.
Creating Leadership edge through Pre-Foundation Career
Care Programmes(PCCPs) for classesVII,VIII,IX,X.
CA/CS/CLAT Coaching
Exploring opportunities of coaching in other career based
examinations.
Formal Education System (School Education)

Establishing New Schools (Non-residential)


Establishing New Schools (Residential)
Exploring the opportunities of turn around of non-
performing schools.
Establishing Jr. Colleges in some states (as per Govt.
Policies)
Establishing Specialized Schools affiliated with
International Boards.

Formal Education System


(Colleges/University Level)
Establishing traditional degree Colleges.
Establishing Engineering Education Institutes.
Establishing Management Education Institutes.
Establishing Deemed Universities.
Establishing Educational Institutes in emerging areas &
Contemporary education.

Educational Consultancy & allied Services


Educational Entrepreneurship Institutes
Teachers Training & Development Institute.
Educational Consultancy & management Institute
Establishing Centers of Excellence in Education
collaboration with National/International institutes of
repute.
The above list of plans is not exhaustive. Resonance shall
always strive for excellence in education with Practice,
Persistence & Performance to establish itself as one of
the leading brand in education space.
BIBLIOGRAPHY

Weblography
www.resonance.ac.in
www.resostart.in
www.dlpd.resonance.ac.in

List of Books:-
Resoguide
Information brochures
Leaflets of Distance Learning , e-learning, classrooms contact
programs.