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*Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) partners with Airtel DTH; Launches Aakash Paathshala to Help Students with Career-Related Issues*

 • The newly launched Aakash Paathshala’s content series will focus on topics ranging from ‘How to choose a career that will be satisfying’ to ‘How to Aim for a top score in NEET/ JEE’. 

• The series seeks to help students and parents across the country, particularly in the non-metros and smaller cities, with their career-related issues by highlighting the importance of planning and a clear focus on the goal as prerequisites for a successful career. 



New Delhi, February 12, 2021: Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), the national leader in test preparatory services in partnership with Airtel DTH has launched the Aakash Paathshala - A Counselling series exclusively for Airtel DTH subscribers. The first episode will be aired on Airtel DTH on February 14, 2021.  


In this series, containing 4 episodes, expert faculty from Aakash Institute will come together to address career-related queries and concerns of students and parents regarding their career choices and ways for tactful learning. The content of the series will focus on topics ranging from ‘How to choose a career that will be satisfying’ to ‘How to Aim for a top score in NEET/ JEE’.


The panel of experts will also answer student queries from across the country pertaining to issues related to time management, identification of interests & aptitude, balancing school studies with preparation for competitive exams and more.


Through this initiative, Aakash Institute seeks to help the students and parents across the country, particularly in the non-metros and smaller cities, with their career-related issues by highlighting the importance of planning and a clear focus on the goal as prerequisites for a successful career.


Through Aakash Paathshala, the panel experts from Aakash Institute will guide students with the important subject matters, what career opportunities students should explore post completion of Class X depending on their strengths, ways to improve time management and identifying practices to secure higher scores in JEE/NEET. The series will also underline the pivotal role of parents in helping students identify the right career and how they can be a prime source of inspiration and encouragement for the students who are in a sensitive stage owing to the high level competition across the world.


Commenting on the initiative, Mr Narasimha Jayakumar, CEO, Aakash EduTech Pvt Ltd (AEPL) said, "We at Aakash have always been led by the 'Student first' approach. All our efforts are aimed at bringing the maximum value to students. So whether it is helping them prepare for the highly competitive NEET or JEE exams or instilling in them the confidence and self-belief to take on any challenge. The Aakash Pathshala is a step in the same direction and I am certain will be of immense help to students, especially those in Tier 2 and 3 cities.”


Subscribers of Airtel DTH can watch Aakash Paathshala on Aakash Edu TV - Channel #467 for JEE and #478 for NEET.


About Aakash EduTv

Aakash EduTV is India’s first dedicated TV channel for Medical and Engineering entrance exams preparation. Launched by Airtel Digital in collaboration with Aakash Educational Services Limited, Aakash EduTV is available exclusively on Airtel Digital TV and provides high quality coaching sessions to students across India who are preparing for entrance exams such as JEE/Advanced and NEET. Best-in-class faculty of Aakash will teach the students through LIVE interactive classes and help students learn key concepts and solve problems.

Starting at just Rs 8.23/ day, Aakash EduTv - JEE and Foundation is available on Airtel DTH Channel No. 467 and Aakash EduTv - NEET is available on Airtel DTH Channel No. 478. 

To know more customers can give a missed call on 8800990055. 

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About Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL)


Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) provides comprehensive test preparatory services for students preparing for Medical and Engineering Entrance Examinations, School/Board Exams and Competitive Exams such as NTSE, KVPY, and Olympiads. AESL believes that the “Aakash” brand is associated with quality coaching and a proven student selection track record in various Medical and Engineering Entrance Examinations, Scholarship exams & Olympiads.


With over 33 years of operational experience in the test preparatory industry, the company has a large number of selections in Medical & Engineering Entrance Exams and several Class 9th and 10th level Scholarship exams/Olympiads, a pan India network of 215+ Aakash Centers (including franchisee), and a student count of more than 250,000.


The Aakash group also owns famous K-12 EdTech brand, Meritnation.com as well.


www.aakash.ac.in

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