After running free coaching for CAT aspirants, Funda Makers is now opening their doors for CLAT aspirants. Funda Makers, run by Surya Pratap Singh, has been running successfully since 2017 and has created great results so far.

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Funda Makers has been teaching the underprivileged for free since the very beginning and aims at quality teaching, with a very efficient teaching staff. This year, they are starting with their Law test prep with a crash course for CLAT 2018.

We have a thumb rule, that any student who comes here and deposits the certificate of BPL by the Government of India, we don’t charge him/her a single penny. The cost of the education of those students is covered by the students who pay, which is also very nominal. Funda Makers is a movement in education and not just an institute. – Surya, Founder, Funda Makers

Prices are soaring high for everything we need and use today. But why should the soaring prices affect your chance of getting into a prestigious college and pursue your career? So if Law has been on your mind, this is an opportunity which has come at the right time for you.

Highlights of CLAT’s crash course at Funda Makers

  • Students who currently are enrolled in other coaching institutes, and are dissatisfied with the services, can show their ID-card and get Free evaluation and trial classes for a week at Funda Makers.
  • Know your weak spots by taking up a test at Funda Makers, and devising an efficient study plan for the crash course program.
  • Be assured for a thorough study with Personal Training, study material and timely mocks.
  • Funda Makers has multiple centres in the city. It is located in Indira Nagar, Aliganj and Alambagh.
  • You can also access a huge Library at their Indira Nagar branch, and do self-study too in the spacious coaching centre.
  • There are only 100 seats, for the crash course program, that begins on 18th March and 1st April.

Funda Makers is not your regular CLAT coaching in Lucknow, it is your everyday guide.

Funda Makers now has three centers in Lucknow- Alambagh, Indira Nagar and Aliganj and you can reach out to them through their Fb page.

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