/ Faq

What type of programs are available for the students of class VII to X?

  • For the students of class VII to X, Foundation programs are available.
  • This course covers Science and Mathematics syllabus of class VII to X along with NTSE and Olympiads orientation.
  • This course supports the School/Board exam preparation of CBSE & STATE BOARD.

What type of courses are available for classes XI and XII?

For classes XI and XII, SEEGRA has following three types of programs.


Two years integrated courses offered for Std XI Students

One year integrated courses offered for Std XII Students.

What are the days in which the above courses are conducted?

  • Weekend Program: Saturdays, Sundays & Few Public Holidays
  • Weekdays Program: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Few public holidays

What are the class timings for the above programs?

  • Weekend Program: Saturdays : 05:30 PM – 8.30 PM Sundays : 09:00 AM – 5.00 PM
  • Weekend Program: Weekdays : 05.30 PM – 8.30 PM
  • Additional classes will be arranged during holidays with prior information.

Do SEEGRA conduct tests regularly?

Yes, SEEGRA conducts test on every fortnight in board and objective patterns.

What is the overall duration of the courses?

Two years courses:

  • First year : June –March
  • Second year : May – April

One year course : May – April

What type of courses are available for std XII completed students?

  • Repeaters program for NEET Aspirants
  • Repeaters program for JEE Aspirants

What is the overall duration of the Repeaters courses?

Duration Course : June & July — April

Will I get course materials? If so is it included in the fee?

  • Course materials will be provided .The materials cost included in the fee.

If my Son/Daughter misses out classes how do you compensate the syllabus?

  • We highly recommend the students not to miss the classes. Due to unavoidable conditions if one misses out the classes, our faculty members will give appointment before the class timings or during holidays to compensate the classes.

Do You arrange transport facilities for the students to attend the classes?

  • Yes. We do arrange the transport facility for the students from different parts of the city.

Can we pay the fee in installments?

Yes. You can pay the fee In installments.


  • The following are the guiding principles for the working of SEEGRA centres. We try to observe these principles at all times.
  • Provide the highest quality of education to students.
  • Give students more than what we promise them.
  • Charge very reasonable fees without compromising on the quality of inputs that we give.
  • Act in the best interests of students at all times.
  • SEEGRA has integrated standardized curricula, methodology and teacher training techniques into their operations.
  • The material has been designed and written by a team of well qualified faculty members who have vast experience in teaching and content development for various competitive exams

Do you have part time or full time teachers?

  • SEEGRA employs only full time teaching staff.
  • Advantages of full-time faculty are:
  • Student can ask doubts any time during the week or any time before or after classes.
  • Student can come to the center and take one-on-one sessions with the teachers and clarify all his/her doubts.
  • They help in preparing original study materials, test papers and assignments. The permanent faculty team also enhances ‘Student-Teacher’ interaction, thereby boosting a student’s confidence level through which they feel comfortable in asking questions in the class

Do you conduct Parent-Teacher-Meetings?

  • Yes, PTMs are an integral part of our education delivery and feedback system. We frequently invite parents to meet with their ward’s respective teachers to understand their performance closely. This is also an opportunity for SEEGRA to get in touch with the parents and motivate them. One more advantage of permanent faculty is that, parents can meet the teachers and teachers hold themselves responsible for mentoring weak students and sharpening bright students

What teaching methodology is used by your teachers?

  • Our teachers conduct Daily Revision of previous lectures; Concept clearing sessions in each subject are also conducted which equip the students with all possible tips, tricks and short-cut-methods to crack the competitive examinations.

Do you give study material?

  • The material prepared at SEEGRA is strictly as per the syllabus guidelines of various entrance exams. The study material is exhaustive enough to give the required competitive edge to the students. Study material builds the concepts of the students.

Why should a student join Two Years Course?

  • The competition for engineering and medical entrance exams is getting tougher with each passing day. And ‘Two-Year-Course’ provides integrated preparation. These days about 45% of the questions asked in entrance examinations are from Class XI syllabus and the rest 55% questions are from Class XII syllabus. So preparing in the right earnest from class XI is a must for cracking these competitive exams. Now-a-days, two-year integrated program has been bearing optimum result, so if someone wishes to book his/her seat in medical & engineering entrance exams, it is wise to get enrolled in this program at the earliest.

How to manage study for Entrance exams & school exams simultaneously?

  • Coming prepared to lectures at SEEGRA by reading study package notes helps students to understand concepts/chapters better.
  • Solving home assignments reinforces whatever is taught in the class.
  • NCERT chapter coverage gives immense advantage by ensuring that the board or school exam preparation is taken care of, since entire NCERT is covered.
  • NCERT forms the base for NEET & JEE; therefore preparation for entrance exams is also solidified.

What is the role a of child, parents and institute in success?

  • According to SEEGRA Success Triangle, the contribution of Student, Parents and Mentors is in the ratio of 80%, 5% & 15% in their respective role for the success of a student in competitive exams. Parents should not run away from their responsibility after admitting the child in the institute. The child will succeed in the entrance exam only if the parents and the teachers work together and keep the child motivated and focused.

Why should we choose SEEGRA?

  • Impeccable system of education delivery.
  • Highly qualified and trained teachers.
  • Learning-friendly and competitive environment at the study centres.
  • Integrated approach of teaching – covers School/Board & Competitive Exams.
  • Special Revision and doubt Classes
  • Back-up classes for weak and late-joining students.
  • Frequently organized parent-teacher meetings.
  • Motivational classes to inspire and stay focused.

Why do we need foundation program for competitive exams at schools..?

  • Although the competitive examinations are based on CBSE board curriculum, the questions are partly based on higher order thinking which involves more of problem solving, reasoning, logical and analytical skills.
  • So the competence in the board concept alone would not help to excel in the competitive exams.
  • In metropolitan cities students run behind the coaching institutes after the class hours wasting their energy and precious time.
  • In turn they are mounted with heavy pressure and stress due to dual roles of school and coaching centers finally the students develop fatigue and loose interest in the studies.
  • In order to avoid this kind of dual pressure, in most of the institutes in North India and Andhra Pradesh they synchronize the school curriculum with coaching for competitive examinations. This resulted in best of the performance of the students in both school and competitive examinations.
  • So it is need of time, we also should have a integrated curriculum to have edge over other students.

Why do we need to aim for premier institutes like IITs, NITs, IIITs BITS, etc.

  • The association with creamy intellectual pool could be the catalyst for the transformation of the lives of all the students with the glorious global exposer.
  • The best teaching faculty and well proven system of internationally accredited and updated academic curriculum.
  • Great infrastructure with congenial environment for the self-learning.
  • It is the natural choice of all MNC’s and globally ranked educational Institutes.

What are these exams about?


  • National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (UG) (NEET (UG) will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in Indian Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India, including AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry.
  • National Testing Agency (NTA) is an independent autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organisation under Department of Higher Education, MHRD, Government of India.
  • The responsibility of the NTA is limited to the conduct of the entrance examination, declaration of result and for providing an “All India Rank merit list” to the Directorate General Health Service, Government of India for the conduct of counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats and for supplying the result to States/other Counselling Authorities.

Following are the MBBS/BDS seats available under different quotas through NEET (UG)

  • All India Quota Seats
  • State Government Quota Seats
  • Central Institutions/Universities/Deemed Universities
  • Central Pool Quota Seats


  • In the institutions NIT, IIIT, IISc, SASTRA, Etc., students can join either B.tech, integrated M.Tech or M.sc or M.S (5 year integrated course in pure sciences) after qualifying JEE (Main) exam
  • Pattern of JEE MAINS examination
  • JEE MAIN PAPER 1 for B.Tech Courses which contains questions from subject Maths, Physics and Chemistry with each of 30 questions and 4 marks for each right answer with NEGATIVE mark 1 for every wrong answer and duration is 3 Hrs.
  • JEE MAIN PAPER 2 for B.Arch which contains questions from aptitude and maths.
  • All India and State ranks will be given.
  • Preparation for JEE will also be helpful to write deemed universities entrance exams like BITSAT,VITEEE, SRMEEE,AMRITA etc.

JEE (Advanced)

  • Top 2 lakhs students in JEE mains will be eligible for JEE advanced
  • Top 12,000 students will be selected for IIT Admission

Why do we need foundation program from Grade VII onwards?

  • The scholarship exams like Olympiad, NTSE, KVPY demand application oriented preparation which the board curriculum may not be supplement in full fledge.
  • This coaching also helps the students to perform better in school and Board Exams in CBSE.
  • For all the other competitive examinations like UPSC, TNPSC, Banking, SAT, CAT, GRE, GMAT, etc., the reasoning, quantitative aptitude and analytical skills, the foundation should be laid from Grade VII onwards.


There are four stages on the math Olympiad route in India

  • Regional Mathematical Olympiad
  • Indian National Mathematical Olympiad
  • International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp
  • International Mathematical Olympiad

Private bodies are also often involved in conducting Olympiads.

What about NTSE..?

  • It is one of the most prestigious exams in India. The scheme is open to students of Indian nationality. Only students studying in Class X are eligible to appear for the selection processes.
  • Part-I: Mental Ability Test (MAT) + Language (English / Local Language)
  • Part-II: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)(as given above)
  • The scholarships under the present scheme are awarded to the candidates for pursuing courses in sciences and social sciences up to doctoral level and in professional courses like medicine and engineering up to second-degree level subject to the fulfillment of the conditions provided.
  • The scholarship is expected to increase up to 4k-5k in next few years. Increased to Rs.1250 and Rs.2000 as per the orders in July 2014 There are no restrictions like parental income, school, domicile etc.

What about KVPY..?


  • Student of class XI & XII can write KVPY.
  • Questions will be asked from Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • Monthly scholarship of Rs.7,000/- will paid till their education.
  • In year 2014, 1200 students qualified for KVPY scholarship out of about one lakh students who appeared for the examination.