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Reviving Ajmer as an education hub, one step at a time
Ajmer is the education capital of Rajasthan. In addition to being a popular tourism attraction, it is also considered as a hub for education and culture. In the primal days, Ajmer was the pioneer of education in the State. To raise the educational standards in India, various schools and colleges were founded in Ajmer under the British occupation. Later, the idea of convent education in Rajasthan was introduced from Ajmer. Only a few come to mind: Mayo College, Sophia Girls School, St. Anselm's, Birla International School. Ajmer is also the location of a prominent educational institution, and major educational bodies like RBSE and CBSE have their headquarters in the Ajmer region.
But now, the wave of education in the state has swayed towards Kota , especially for JEE and NEET aspirants. But there are some institutions trying their best to revive Ajmer and its educational relevance.
Cellsius Institute from Ajmer has been working in this industry for the last 8 years, and have given more than 510 selections in the government MBBS college.
“Our selection ratio is around 18% every year. We really want students to understand that Ajmer can be their ground of education. There are more than 15 states students studying offline and living in our hostels”, said Dr Abhimanyu Kumawat, founder of Cellsius.
Institutions like Cellsius are trying to revive the education culture of Ajmer by their practices and quality of teaching.
Cellsius was established to completely eliminate the issues that Pre-medical and IIT-JEE applicants encountered while preparing for their exams. The teachers at Cellsius are all passionate, extraordinary, and highly qualified