T4P Lets Act, A Mobile App Launched For Free NEET Crash Courses Online

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has conducted the Clerk Mains examination on January 21. However, the result for the same hasn’t been released yet. If we are to trust the reports, the result will be announced in April. Good news for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) aspirants. A mobile application named ‘T4P Lets Act’ has been launched offering free online courses for aspiring candidates. This application has been developed by ‘Tech for All’ which is an NGO based in Chennai. The main purpose of this app is to help students from rural areas to prepare efficiently for the exams by providing online NEET crash course for free.

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The application allows qualified faculty, interested in taking up free online courses for students, to register on the app. Once they are registered, they can then conduct the online classes for the NEET crash course. These sessions will be recorded on the app so that the students can access them even if they miss out on a live session.

The chief guests for the launch event of this application, held at the St. Joseph’s College, were Dr. Indira Natarajan who is a gynecologist, the rector of St. Joseph College - John Britto and T Shanmugan, father of a previous aspirant.

It happens that some aspirants are unable to get access to good study material and learning opportunity and hence are unable to crack the exam, which further keeps them from securing a seat in the medical program offered at any good medical college. The inability to do so demotivates these candidates to another level that can even lead them to take wrong steps.

With this application, students from all areas will be helped in their preparation with the crash course available. T Shanmugan, one of the chief guest, explained that the families of the aspirants always look forward to their child gaining admission into a good medical college and they should also support them throughout the child's preparation for the examination.

Next, this is the expected cut off with regard to various states. It has been anticipated that cut offs in different states will vary with the available vacancies. In short, higher the vacancy, higher can be the cut offs and lower the vacancy, lower can be the cut offs. In the end, candidates will be given provisional allotment on this basis. With this application, students from all areas will be helped in their preparation with the crash course available. T Shanmugan, one of the chief guest, explained that the families of the aspirants always look forward to their child gaining admission into a good medical college and they should also support them throughout the child's preparation for the examination.


In case any student is unable to crack any exam in their first attempt, family members should make them understand that it is not a big deal and that they can take admission into a decent college, meanwhile continuing to prepare for their next attempt. It is very important to make sure that the students are not pressurized into pursuing their education in a field which is not of their choice. They should be allowed to choose their area of interest and continue their education in that field instead.

The app has already started with a good success rate and is accepted with open arms by all. Around 18 teachers and more than 350 students have already enrolled in the application. There are several volunteers who have enrolled for the application too and have been assisting the students by providing resource materials to them. The volunteers provide mobile phones with data pack to the students so that they can avail the benefits of this application and learn through the free crash course available online in the app. The crash course for this year is scheduled to begin on April 5 and will end two days before the NEET exam, on May 4.


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