March 10: VRaz Academy once again has proved its mark by securing an award in a recently hosted award ceremony by Times Applaud @ Raj Bhavan on 24th Feb 2022 under the presence of Honourable Governor Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Padma Shri Kumar Sanu & Managing Director of Liveshaala Education Pvt Lt, and Mr Sarit Agarwal.
VRaZ is an educational institute for IIT-JEE and NEET founded in 2020 by Ramswaroop Choudhary and Vikas Mahajan, both alumni of IIT ISM Dhanbad. After being in this field for more than 5 years they understood the need of building an organisation which not only provides genuine help to students to achieve their goals but also gives parents an idea and clarity of what these competitive exams are, so that they can take decisions for their child wisely.
The team endeavours to bring an environment for students which not only helps them in their overall development but also motivates them to achieve their full potential. It is a student centric establishment which also focuses on creating a team which resonates with our vision so that we can reach more students in need of quality education.
Despite of being established during the pandemic, their focused vision and sheer hard work delivered excellent results and also became an organisation that was trusted by many parents and students. Along with guiding students for JEE and NEET it also motivated students and made them believe that no matter how worse the situations are VRaZ will always stand by them.
In the span of 2 years VRaZ has emerged out as one of the best institute for IIT/JEE and NEET with the key highlight being it’s experienced and dedicated mentors.
Along with IIT-JEE and NEET, they also focus on Pre-foundation students because it nurtures their mind and also gives them a clear idea about the various Olympiads and competitive exams so that they can explore themselves in this direction. VRaZ ensures their batch strength is limited and every student get the required attention.
Experiences of few students, about Impact of Lockdown / Pandemic on education
Harsh Salunkhe from DAV Public School, Airoliwho has recently joined VRaZ, said that they had tough time studying during Covid lockdown, as they had to adapt to technology very quickly and also get adjusted to home routine and parallel focus on studies.
Harshita Nere from DAV Public School, Thanecurrently preparing for JEE from VRaZ says Interaction between classmates and teachers was the most affected which made understanding concepts a bit slower than that of offline classes. Concepts took a bit more time to study clearly than what it used to take earlier. Moreover Atmosphere was also a hindrance in studies but study hours increased as compared to what it would have been in offline classes.
Ashank Vermani, from Singhania School, Thane, who has joined VRaZ, missed the sports period during lockdown, also felt just being at home and studying was kind of boring with no friends around.
Parth Bagwe Billabong High International School, who joined VRaZ says, pandemic was a blessing and a curse for me. It was fatiguing at first, but later, waking up 5 minutes before the class started and hastily turning on my laptop became routine. The pandemic opened doors to many new ways of educating ourselves. Although we lost physical touch with our teachers, it gave us the time to pursue our hobbies, it made us tech-savvy.