Currently, there are more than 400 medical colleges in India. The rules and regulations of these medical colleges are regulated by the medical council of India. The seats of these medical colleges are very competitive and there are few entrance tests to enter these medical colleges.
NEET – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is one of the competitive entrance tests to enter these medical colleges. Both local and International students should do this exam in order to qualify for the colleges.
Coaching classes for these examinations are available in India. But for the first time in history, as the pioneers of foreign education, we do coaching classes in Sri Lanka for the NEET exam. We hire qualified lecturers from Sri Lanka as well as from India.
Who we are?
Amasa Institute of Professional Studies is a 27 years experienced career guidance, counseling and placement consultation services center for overseas higher education for Sri Lankan and Maldivian students, which is trusted among students and has gained recognition for its exclusive services. We guide prospective Sri Lankan and Maldivian students to overcome the difficulties and obstacles of the visa process. We offer students valuable advice according to their requirements, qualifications and budget in a personalized friendly manner while maintaining the confidentiality of the information.
Aspiring to be an instrumental shoulder – facilitator, to guide our aspiring youth, with excellence, enriching and empowering them with dynamism, knowledge & strength to access quality yet affordable foreign education towards achieving an international recognition of their chosen walks of life. Improving the quality of Human resources in the process which improves the productivity & standard of the country.”
We have experience in the field for continues trusted service since 1991 when we consulted & admitted the first Sri Lankan student to India bangalore University. For the last 27 years we have consulted & assisted over 5300 Sri Lankan & Maldivian students to graduate in foreign Commonwealth state universities who are now successfully walking in their lives.