Born in Kota, Nitin Vijay has been training young talents for JEE, NEET and other competitive tests since 2003. Nitin decided to help the students by giving physics coaching and giving him the opportunity to work in multinational companies in order to achieve his dream.
So far, 2.50 lakh students have made use of his physics specialization. More than 10,000 have cracked JEE, NEET and other competitive exams. With over 44 franchise offices in Motion Education, Kota, Rajasthan, and 40 cities, Nitin Vijay and his teams have been writing the success stories of thousands of aspiring engineers and doctors for over 15 years.
Nitin Vijay prides itself on the IQ of Indian students and their passion for education. He believes that Indian students have a superior academic temperament and can amaze the world with research and innovation when properly supported, including direct and digital infrastructure. “In addition to quality institutions, we have to use the latest technologies in order to make India a ‘Vishwaguru’ in the education sector. In this area, the self-made entrepreneur has created a unique offer with MyBizKid.” Designed for children ages 8-16 online business learning program.
How did it all start?
Nitin Vijay said: “When I started a coaching institute, we had no money. I started with just 10,000 rupees saved from coaching during my graduation. It took hard work to get the institute to this level as there were already many big names in Kota. I was only 23 and there was a problem with the faculty being older than you. I had no business background and no one trusted me. My habit of working long hours has paid off. ”
Need for public-private collaboration
“We are preparing specifically for performance tests that are urgently needed nowadays. We need to understand that there is a huge difference between board exams and competitive exams. The methodology and strategy are completely different for board exams and competitive exams. Now the industry needs to adapt education to develop hybrid models that can play an important role in this direction. ”
Technological progress helps the industry
AI and machine learning help students analyze their weaknesses based on their online input and feedback. The best thing that happened during the pandemic is that we evolved to know what to do over the next decade. An ideal combination of human intervention and technology will help the coaching industry a lot going forward.
( News Source – Amar Ujala )