Every year, more than 10 lakh students write the JEE, the entrance test that helps students get into the premier engineering colleges of the country. And, most of the other half of the students battle it out for the equally tough medical entrance exams, NEET.

Every year, when the results are declared, news columns are filled with reports on student suicides, and over the last couple of years, the numbers have been painfully high. Coaching classes aren't that hard to find, but it's really difficult to find good guidance, which is crucial to these competitive exams. Not every teacher is nearly as good as Anand Kumar (of Super 30 fame), and yet, students find a way to follow their dreams and come out on top. There are many underprivileged students who have cracked these exams with ease, because the online coaching classes have helped them script their success stories.

We asked some of the students about their success mantra, and their responses proved that knowledge is just hard to find but very easy to gain!

Do you know what all of them had in common? The online courses offered by Vedantu - that has helped students fulfil their academic aspirations. Online classes have been reaching students with little or no access to good education, and Vedantu has been instrumental in giving those students the right guidance to build their careers.

Vedantu's first batch of students wrote the competitive exams this year and boy, did they come out with flying colours! Let's take Sumit, for example. He was weak in Physics and Chemistry when he joined Vedantu, and used to panic during practice exams. But with the right kind of guidance and intensive monitoring, he ranked 1st in the PwD category in JEE advanced 2019.

And not just him, 3 students ranked in the top 50 in the recently announced JEE advanced results, with the constant help and reassurance from Vedantu.

The teachers at Vedantu have been the guiding light for IIT aspirants since 2006 and no wonder the students have put so much trust in them. Vedantu has helped each student, irrespective of their background, realise their dreams and work at it.

The future does seem bright, afterall!