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Bansal Tutorials was established in the year 1991 to provide coaching to the students preparing for India’s Premiere Engineering colleges, the Indian Institutes of Technology. The institute was founded by Vinod Kumar Bansal. It currently claims of having around 11 centers in different parts of the country. Over the period of years it has diversified into coaching for Medical Entrance Exams as well.
Vinod Kumar Bansal did his Ph.D. from IIT Delhi. He started Bansal Tutorials with just 4 students in the year 1991.
Bansal Tutorials started with coaching for IITs, and with time they started coaching students for AIEEE, NITs, DCE/ NSIT etc., for Engineering and AIPMT for Medical. After every entrance exam they analyse the paper and publish it for the students to tally.
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