Students shall be trained for NSEJS, NTSE, KVPY, Olympiads, WBJEE, BITSAT, JEE Main, JEE Advanced and other associated competitive examinations. The Boards are auto included in all cases.

Students shall have their annual syllabus divided into various Phases.

Before the start of each Phase, they shall be given packages of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Social Studies (SST, only for 9 and 10), Mental Ability (MAT, only for classes 7 to 10) and Biology (only for classes 7 to 10). Additionally, innumerable other content like Compendiums (junior classes), JEE and CBSE Archives, Rankers Test Paper Files (RTPF), Grand Masters Package (GMP) etc shall be provided to them time to time for further problem practice.

Each Phase of junior section batches, one year class 12 (CSO) and one year 12 pass out batches (CPA) shall be of approximately 1.5 to 2 months duration. Each Phase of all other senior section batches shall be of approximately 2.5 to 3 months duration.

After completion of each Phase, a series of examinations shall take place, on a weekend i.e. Saturday and Sunday, called Phase Tests. The results of the same shall be declared in about 2-3 weeks from the date of the examination.

After every Phase Test result declaration, a Parent-Teacher Meeting shall be organized for each batch. Every necessary information about the batch shall be conveyed to the parents over there.

Every week, apart from the usual classes as per routine, a Doubt Clearing Class (DCC) shall be arranged for every batch, where students can come to clarify their doubts. Every faculty member shall also provide their phone numbers to students in the first class for personal interaction (via text) and organize for personal attention if deemed necessary.

Absolutely not. The content taught here is by highly trained and experienced faculty, and no external private tutor can match their teaching skills and academic excellence. Do not fall prey to the traps laid by school/private tutors, the syllabus of JEE is too advanced and cannot be handled by untrained and unprofessional teachers.

Yes. Boards are a subset of the entire syllabus to be taught here, so by default, the Board syllabus needs to be completed before climbing towards higher levels.

Pressure is in the mind. Continuous motivation and constant guidance from our expert faculty members shall help the students achieve their desired goals. Self-confidence is an important factor which must be kept at par with the increased levels of difficulty with time, and as mentioned earlier, in case of any academic confusion, the student is always welcome to approach their corresponding batch faculty to clear their queries.

Absolutely false. Every Board's syllabus has been uniformly brought under the same roof and presently, the Board distinction based on syllabus doesn't exist. However, the paper patterns and marking scheme in the respective Boards may slightly differ.

All minds are not alike. Brains have different retention capacity and processing speed. Poor performance sometimes goes unnoticed due to negligence from the parents' and students' side to communicate with the faculty members about the problem and find a resolution. In case you face something similar later, kindly let the faculty members know before taking the decision to get a child out of the system, otherwise it might create a derogatory effect in his/her psychology. Every problem has a solution, and so shall this.

After joining FIITJEE, every teacher is made to undergo a rigorous training process for many for months, which involves continuous tests, demonstration classes and attending lectures by experienced faculty, and only after qualifying in that process is he/she deemed eligible to be sent to a class. There is an academic uniformity in every faculty member from any FIITJEE center of the country.

FIITJEE is the first organization in the country to have introduced online examinations for its students in JEE pattern. We have already started taking Phase Tests in the online mode on an experimental basis, and there is a high probability that most internal examinations like Phase Tests, AITS, AIITS, Open Tests etc from the coming session in the senior classes shall completely go online.

Apart from the Phase Tests, All India Internal Test Series (AIITS) shall take place for students from classes 9 to 12 throughout the year to check the cumulative development of a student. October onward, students in class 12 and 12 pass out batches can sit for All India Test Series (AITS) to check their preparation for JEE Main, Advanced and other engineering competitive examinations. These are national examinations, where the students rank shall be pan India basis.

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Of course you do! A student's complete development is directly proportional to the process of teaching and follow up. As we teach, after every class it is expected that you'd follow up with them about their homework, their conceptual clarity and feedback about the classes. In case of any difficulty, feel free to approach the faculty members to resolve the same.


  1. Demand Draft(s) / Pay Order(s) for the Admission Fee / Local / at par post dated cheque(s)
  2. Enrolment Form duly filled in all respects with Demand Draft(s) / Pay Order(s) / Local at par post dated cheque(s) Annexure “A” to “D” with DECLARATION/UNDERTAKINGS
  3. Colour Photographs of Student: 
    a. (a) Passport size (Six) 
    b. (b) Stamp size 2.5 x 2 cm. (One)
  4. Three Passport size color photographs of Father / Mother / Legal Guardian (who will be issuing Post Dated Cheque(s))
  5. Admission Test / FTRE / FTSE / EVT / Fortunate - 40 Hall Ticket (in Original) 
  6. Admission offer letter (copy of on-line result)
  7. Any one of the following documents: 
    a. Photocopy of School ID card with photograph or 
    b. Photocopy of last Board or School Marksheet supported by any Identity Proof of student or 
    c. Photocopy of Transfer Certificate or d. Bonafide certificate issued by the Principal of School with student’s photograph

Yes, as per transfer policy and subject to availability of his/her opted program at the centre for which transferred is sought. The students need to submit a transfer application in his current Study Centre along with a Transfer Fee (in the form of DD only). A valid reason for transfer is required to be mentioned on the application (under which parent can take transfer).

FIITJEE has elaborated scholarship policy for meritorious students and there are categories of scholarships based on performance in Admission test, achievements in NTSE, International Science & Mathematics Olympiads and KVPY. There is also a special Fee Concession for siblings of FIITJEE students. Refer to the PROGRAM/SCHOLARSHIP section on the Home Page of FIITJEE’s official website.


Paper Application Mode:

  1. Fill in your complete details in the Paper Application Form and submit it in person at nearest FIITJEE Centre along with the prescribed Test fee in cash, a copy of your Aadhar Card & two passport size photographs. You can also post / courier your Paper Application form along with a DD/Pay Order with a copy of your Aadhar Card and two passport sized photographs to nearest FIITJEE Centre.
  2. You may also post / courier your Paper Application form along with a DD/Pay Order* with a copy of your Aadhar Card & two passport sized photographs to the nearest FIITJEE Centre and in this case, your Hall ticket will be e-mailed to You. Following this. an online account for Students registering offline will be created automatically and the username / password will be printed on the hall ticket. It is mandatory that you login with this username and password at our Online services management portal and update your Full Profile as early as possible but before the test. Once your profile is complete, You’ll see an option to download the Sample papers, View OMR sheet images etc. Students who fail to do so, will not be able to download the sample papers or view their OMR sheet images or check test result online.
  3. Visit the FIITJEE Centre & collect the Paper Application from the reception. Fill the form, affix 2 photos & attach last year mark sheet/ID Xerox to receive the Hall Ticket. Payments can be made by DD/Cash.


Online Payment Mode:

  1. Log on to our online services management portal with your existing username / password or Create a new Account.
  2. Update your profile and proceed for online registration.
  3. If you are already registered for a previous test or Enrolled in a FIITJEE Program, use ‘Add Registration Number’/ ‘Add Enrollment Number’ utility before updating your profile.
  4. You have an option to pay the test Fee using Master / Visa (Credit / Debit Cards) or through NEFT. 4. You have an option to pay the test Fee using Master / Visa (Credit / Debit Cards) or through NEFT.
  5. Once your payment is successfully done, you can download the Hall ticket from the same online portal.

e-Application Mode:

  1. Follow the same steps as the online payment mode except for the payment.
  2. Choose e-Application mode in the payments options.
  3. Take a printout of your e-Application and submit it in person with the test fee in Cash at the nearest FIITJEE Centre and collect your Hall Ticket.
  4. You can also send this e-Application by post or courier to your nearest FIITJEE Centre along with the Test Fee (to be paid through Demand Draft / Pay Order*). Your Hall Ticket will be emailed to you in this case.

An online account for Students registering through Quick Registration on mobile will be created automatically and the username / password will be provided in the e-Mail / SMS. It is mandatory that you login with this username and password at our Online services management portal Update your Full Profile as early as possible but before the test. Once your profile is complete, You’ll see an option to download the Sample papers. Students who fail to do so, will not be able to download sample papers and check their test result online.

* The DD / Pay Orders should be in favour of FIITJEE LTD. Open Test, Aptitude Test etc. A/C, payable at respective locations mentioned against the list of Test Centres given in the Information Booklet handed over along-with Paper Application Form.

Important: FIITJEE will send various important information like confirmation of payment, registration, seating plan etc. on your mobile phone through SMS. In order to receive this information promptly, please ensure that your mobile number should not be registered under NDNC. Send SMS “STOP DND” from your mobile phone to 1909 (Toll Free) to de-register from NDNC.

Yes there is negative marking, it is advisable to read the instruction first before solving the paper.

The cut off mark for selection & scholarship for every test is decided by the National Admission committee on the basis of the difficulty level of the paper , total number of appearing candidates,  relative performance of the students etc., in that particular paper.

For Students soon going to Class VI & VII

Paper (3 hours) - (IQ, Science & Mathematics) - Objective Type Questions - 9:00 am - 12:30 pm


For Students soon going to Class VIII, IX & X

Paper 1 (3 hours) - (IQ, Science & Mathematics) - Objective Type Questions - 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Paper 2 (3 hours) - (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) - Objective Type Questions - 1:30 pm - 4:45 pm

Advanced Level Objective Type Questions including Comprehension Based


For Students soon going to Class XI / XII & XII Pass

Paper 1 (3 hours) – (IQ,Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) - Objective Type Questions –9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Paper 2 (3 hours) - (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) - Objective Type Questions – 1:30 pm - 4:45 pm
Advanced Level Objective Type Questions including Comprehension Based


Note: The time period of 9:00 am to 9:30 am & 1:30 pm to 1:45 pm is for filling up the information on the OMR answer sheet and for reading the examination instructions. For information on how to fill up answer OMR sheet please download “An Introduction on OMR Sheets” from

Yes, one has to qualify in the admission test. A student can take a maximum of two attempts of admission tests in one academic session (In addition to FTRE). In case the student is selected in 1st attempt & has scored some scholarships but hasn’t taken admission in FIITJEE and has planned to appear for another test in order to achieve a higher scholarship, then the 2nd attempt will be considered first, otherwise the student can take the admission on the basis of 1st test results & the corresponding terms & condition will be applicable.

At FIITJEE Kolkata North Centre, dedicated training programs for class 7th 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th & 12th  pass students are offered.

No, student at FIITJEE is admitted on DIRECT ADMISSION basis. Student who is desirous to study with FIITJEE, must qualify an entrance test & on basis of the cutoff score he or she will be offered selection to FIITJEE programs.

A student going to class 9th can opt for 2 years EXIT Program in which he/she can quit after class X. After class X a student who is not inclined to continue for Maths,Physics,Chemistry can leave the program else a 4 years program can help student to crack IITJEE in a better manner.

Integrated Programs are conducted within school/college premises where entire board portions along with JEE Advanced, JEE Mains, KVPY, Olympiads training is imparted under one umbrella. Students are not required to go for separate training after their school/college hours as it is Single Teacher based system catering to both requirements of a student. Saves commutation time & prevents duplicity of training. Non-Integrated Programs are conducted at the study centres & generally after school/college hours. Student must attend their respective school/college & attend preparatory training sessions at the dedicated locations.

No, FIITJEE Kolkata North centre doesn’t provide any such facility. Although, the interested students/parents can make an arrangement for Paying Guest at the nearby locations, all by themselves.

It is wrong notion among the students/parents that one should join a particular board for preparing for various competitive exams like JEE Advanced, JEE Mains, WBJEE, KVPY etc. Although, in many cases, it has been evident that CBSE Board provides much more academic support in case of Science oriented academic career in 10+2 level. Instead of the scenario, the main factor which leads to success is the amount of SELF STUDY, DOUBT CLEARANCE & RIGHT GUIDANCE only.

No institute can give you such a guarantee. Students must put their best effort with FIITJEE support. FIITJEE will guide them for IITJEE preparation in a best possible manner, with its experienced faculties.

FIITJEE is the institute who prepare students not only for JEE Mains & Advanced but also for all other competitive exams like NTSE, JSTSE, Olympiads, KVPY and we are producing consistent results in all competitive exams which no other institute in the country is yet to match. We have ample of faculty members available with us. We follow the methodology to make our students capable of creatively resolving complex and tricky problems by improving and sharpening their analytical skill and parallel thinking process. We got proper R & D team who keep their keen eyes on the latest development and changes in JEE Mains & Advanced exams. All these researches and efforts require investments and is in turn there to guarantee your child’s success only. Also, FIITJEE provides state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities to make a child’s studies comfortable in the institute.

Usually batch strength lies between 30 to 40 students.

We admit students through admission tests to check the basic analytical skills & subject knowledge of the student. If a student qualifies in our admission test, then it clearly reflects on their potential level for competitive exams like IIT-JEE. Even if they do not qualify in the test due to a fluctuation in their that day’s performance and hence FIITJEE allows up to maximum  two attempts in one academic session.

FIITJEE has numerous examples of students who were not able to clear our admission test in the first attempt but after joining FIITJEE and working hard they have been able to crack IIT JEE and various other prestigious competitive examinations. We allow two attempts in one academic session considering the very fact that the ‘day performance’ of a child totally depends on his/her state of mind on that day and may or may not be optimal.

There is NO REFUND POLICY in FIITJEE as fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. Once you have joined the course, the seat is allotted & if the student leaves in between the course or program, we can’t allot that seat to any student! Therefore, the parent has to forego the balance fees paid to FIITJEE in case of quitting the course.


Fee payment is through DD and PDCs in favour of FIITJEE Ltd. And appropriate account heads described in the Fees structure of the particular student.

Some particular Fees (Fees payable at the time of Admission) can be directly paid to some particular accounts (mentioned in FIITJEE’s Admission Test Hall Ticket) through NEFT. Apart from these particular payments, the rest of the amounts be paid through a number of Post Dated Cheques (mentioned in the Fee Structure).

No, in FIITJEE, we are not authorized to take any Course Fee in Cash. These payments must be made through DD/NEFT/PDCs only.

PDC stands for Post Dated Cheque. FIITJEE takes all the PDCs at the time of Admission, because the details all of these cheques should be entered in the Official Portal to generate the Student’s FIITJEE Enrolment No.

Yes of course, in fact a parent can register online also at & pay the registration fee through Debit or Credit Card, Net Banking, NEFT, Paytm, IMPS etc. They can also make DD, send the e-application to our postal address or visit our Centre to fill the form physically & pay the dedicated registration fee in cash.

NEFT AC numbers are given on the hall ticket or the admit card of FIITJEE Admission Test. If you are unable to locate the NEFT AC numbers on the admit card/hall ticket, then to confirm the NEFT AC numbers logon to . IFSC Code is also given on the hall ticket but for reference it is UTIB0CCH274, Centralized Collection Hub - Mumbai Axis Bank Branch, Current AC.

Only IMPS is allowed other than NEFT. RTGS is strictly not allowed as our payment gateways are not supporting that channel of transfer.

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