HARVIN Admission Process
HARVIN ACADEMY strives to develop a system which shall continuously assess the needs and enhance the quality and standards of coaching process in Medical education as well as for National level competitive entrance exams. Our objective is to attract and nurture talent, provide them with best opportunities for career advancement and inculcate the spirit of excellence in medical aspirants.
We at Harvin, offer admissions in Medical and Foundations courses in different programs. Admission processes may vary from one course to another course. However, we provide admissions through our selection process of Direct Admission and HARVEST (Harvin Eligibility For Scholarship Test).
Harvin offers direct admission option in all of its courses. The direct admission is provided on the basis of percentage of marks secured by the student in his/her School/ Board Examination…
Each course has a predefined specific percentage admission criterion. Broadly, for any course a student should fulfil the given percentage or grades requirement in either Science & Maths (aggregate) in Class IX/ Class X Board/ SSC exam, or PCB/PCM (aggregate) in class XII Board/ HSC examination.
HARVIN ACADEMY firmly believes that every child has unlimited inherent potential. It is the job of the guidance team to bring the best out of the child by helping him or her to realize his or her potential. HARVIN ACDEMY also believes that no child should be deprived of quality education for want of money. Financial inadequacies should never be a hindrance for a meritorious student. In line with its philosophy HARVIN ACADEMY has devised HARVEST [HARVIN ‘ELIGILIBILITY for SCHOLARSHIP’ TEST] that will help the meritorious students achieve the goals they deserve. Liberal scholarships are provided to meritorious students that give financial benefits but more importantly provides an impetus to their morale and charges them to put in extra effort for attaining glorious success in their professional pursuit.
HARVEST is conducted at pre-determined dates every year and the fee for appearing in the exam is Rupees Two Hundred only.