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    Coaching Institutes in India

    I was just going through the list of Coaching Institutes in India.

    Surprisingly, in last few years, many Institutes who couldn't survive the competition or couldn't adopt the change, vanished all together or shifted their focus elsewhere.

    Thus, we are left with only few major players who are flourishing. However, the success ratio of these flourishing one's is not more then 35-40% (their average efficiency). It really looks absurd to see an industry flouring with an inefficiency of 60-65%.

    That means; they are prospering more on account of their inefficiency.
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    I am not very clear about the percentages given by the author in his write up. How the efficiency of a particular institute is evaluated as 35 to 40%. What are the parameters considered for deciding the percentage? For example, if 100 students were joined in a coaching centre and only 40 members got seats in the course they are interested in. So the efficiency is 40%. Is it the way calculated.
    These days the number of colleges for professional courses increased enormously and many of the students are getting seats and many seats are not even getting filled. Many students are travelling to abroad for the education. So the importance of coaching centres is coming down and people trying to see some other area rather than conducting these centres. That may be the reason for the decreasing number of institutes offering to coach.

    drrao
    always confident


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