There are state-level and institution-level entrance examinations in addition to the Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE Main and JEE Advanced). To be eligible, you must have three Cambridge International A Levels in Maths, Physics, Chemistry/Biology/any technical vocational subject. Applied Information and Communication Technology, Computer Science, Computing, Information Technology, and Biotechnology are all Cambridge International A Levels that can be classified as technical vocational topics.

Please note that you will require four Cambridge International A Levels in selected topics and one Cambridge International A Level in any language to enter through the JEE (Main) exams (or Cambridge International AS Level in English Language). Please refer to the information bulletins at and for more information.
Yes, all our teaching staff are trained to impart the Cambridge curriculum. They undergo scheduled training in all modules recommended by Cambridge International.
IGSCE has a diverse range of disciplines in comparison to CBSE or ICSE and an application-oriented curriculum. It is widely accepted and acknowledged by universities all over the world.
Food facility is available (optional), snacks and/or lunch can be provided by school (will be charged separately).
Transport facility within city limits is available (optional, will be charged separately).
Yes, they need to take subjects like Physics, Chemistry, and Biology for NEET or Physics, Chemistry, and Maths for JEE in 11th & 12 Grades which is AS & A2 Levels in IGCSE at TBA. There is a mandate of 3-4 subjects a student needs to take. For more details, please visit a guide to apply to Indian Universities with Cambridge Qualifications
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