The Haryana school education department has planned to provide free coaching for National Defense Academy (NDA), Cadet Entry Scheme (CES), and Service Selection Board (SSB) examinations to students studying in the state government schools. As per the state education department, it was being noticed that students from Haryana’s state-run schools are only able to get entry-level jobs in the army because of a lack of proper training for higher-level examinations. Keeping this in mind, the Government of Haryana has decided to provide proper training to over 200 meritorious students in 2021 in order to help them bag officer-level posts in the Indian Armed Forces.
This scheme by the Haryana Government is a part of the ‘Super 100’ scheme, under which eligible government school students were previously provided free-of-cost coaching for NEET and JEE exams. The ‘Super 100’ coaching was initiated in 2018.
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Free NDA, CES, SSB Coaching in Haryana 2021 – Selection Procedure and Details
- Interested students have to first fill the inquiry form for admission in the NDA batch of 2021.
- After filling the relevant registration form, candidates will have to appear for a written examination. Students will be primarily selected based on their written exam results. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this examination will be held online.
- The coaching expenses of the selected students will be fully borne by the state government.
- If you are a higher secondary student of a government school in Haryana, you may get in touch with your school administration for further details.
About the ‘Super 100’ Scheme
The Super 100 scheme was started by the Government of Haryana to provide free residential coaching to meritorious students to prepare them for competitive exams. This year, however, it is unclear whether the coaching will be provided residentially or Lv2wWA/viewformonline.
Previously, students enrolled under this scheme excelled in the JEE Main 2021 results as 27 students scored above 90 percentile, 53 scored above 80 percentile, while 3 students scored above 99 percentile marks.