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  • Website Updated on 05 August, 2020
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  • AIEESE does not, in any way, affect admissions to JEE MAINS and ADVANCE, nor does it interfere with state quotas and state reservation systems.
  • AIEESE is conducted by the board of all combined colleges authority. So, the exam can be considered reliable, unfair practices are sure to dwindle.
  • A single exam would relieve the burden from students of going through various entrance exams of completely different courses. One exam solely based on NCERT is a lot of burden-reliever.

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  • Online coaching is also provided by IES Master for preparation of competitive examinations like GATE and IES.
  • Dual opportunity of campus placement is provided.
  • Deserving and meritorious students are greatly benefited from AIEESE Primary .
  • AIEESE Primary is meant for all 12th class students aspiring to pursue engineering education.

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Make it a habit to plan your day before you start your study.

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Take time-bound practice test series.

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