Mr. Sudhanshu Varma, Chief Operating Officer, Bennett University elaborately answered all the queries regarding admission process and approach in the current unprecedented situation arising out of Covid-19 leading to unanticipated delay in Class 12th exams and various entrance tests. Mr Varma announced that Bennett University is offering ‘Provisional Admission’ based on Class 11th scorecard to its undergraduate programs applicants who were apprehensive about the admission in university of their choice due to the delay in class 12th exams.
The webinar facilitated the right information about the University’s admissions, scholarships, placements and other relevant details. Parents and students who attended the webinar were speculative about the scholarship considering that provisional offers are being rolled out based on class 11th mark sheet. Mr Varma pacified their queries by reaffirming that Final Offers will be based on the class 12th exams or relevant entrance tests and the student will avail the academic scholarship in case he/she meets the eligibility criteria.
‘Being a parent myself, I can understand both sides of the ground. I request the students not
to lose hearts in case they did not score well in class 11th but use this time wisely and crack the upcoming class 12th exams or various entrance tests. Always remember your hard work and choice of your university will impact the next 40 years of your life’, said, Mr Sudhanshu Varma, COO, Bennett University.
It was a beneficial, informative and highly interactive webinar conducted successfully which answered all the queries regarding career options and approach in the current situation especially for the students aspiring for the undergraduate programs.
Bennett University was set up in 2016 by the Times of India Group which is India’s largest media conglomerate, to provide Ivy League quality education to undergraduate and postgraduate students and make them, ‘life and career ready’. It is located in Greater Noida, which is part of the National Capital Region. Currently, the University has more than 2500 students from different parts of the country studying in four schools- School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, School of Management, School of Law and Times School of Media.