Plancess makes the distant dream achievable for medical aspirants
PlancessEduSolutions, one of the India’s largest education content delivery companies, announced the launch of MEDX’press – a complete preparation material for All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT), marking their foray into the ‘medical education’ space. The course assists medical aspirants in building a strong foundation, ensuring maximum preparedness for national and state-level pre-Medical Entrance Examinations like AIPMT, AIIMS, UPCMET and MH CET-Medical. MEDX’press is prepared by the experienced medical professionals and top IIT-JEE rankers.
Announcing the launch, Nitesh Salvi, Co-Founder & Director, Plancess said, “Every year more than 6 lakh candidates appear for medical entrance exams. Due to increasing competition, aspirants are seeking sources to supplement their preparation.The Plancess study material will give medical aspirants a whip hand in today’s competitive world.Leveraging the current team strength and expertise aboard, we aim to cater to around 150,000 medical aspirants (approximately 15-25%) by 2016-17.
Plancess has a track record of facilitating the top-rank students in achieving best results in competitive entrance exams. JEE Ranker Kaushal K. Mahato said, “In my village, there were no coaching classes, but Plancess was the real substitute for them. Their study material was self-explanatory and the video lectures helped me revise the complete curriculum within a short duration.”
Plancess is making an aggressive foray into the education industry through its unique and economical offerings to lakhs of students aspiring for engineering and medical entrance exams. It has quickly matured into an establishment that has a strong business plan for its print and digital deliverables.
“The online & offline seminars, digital content and the brand tie-ups fortify Plancess’ vision of increasing accessibility of learning in the remotest parts of the country and at a relatively lower cost. They also help us in creating the opportunities by leveraging technology,” Nitesh said.