With a dream of providing reasonable education, helping students become the best versions of themselves and turn their dreams into reality, Fundamakers came into existence two years ago. Wide eyed and full of hope, the founder Surya Pratap Singh has been working tirelessly since day 1 to help his students become the hero they had been idolising.

With the tremendous CAT results where over 25 students have scored 90+ percentile and around 28 have been able to convert their result and get admission in reputed IIMs.

Because of their historic results, Fundamakers has been able to create a niche in Lucknow. They have once again done what no other coaching institute has been able to- provide exceptional education and performance tools to tackle one of the most difficult and competitive examination in the country.

What other institutes often ignore is the assessment, student specific feedback and attention to detail with which the faculty at Fundamakers work, that is what sets them apart. The things fundamakers focus on are essentially what any student preparing for a competitive exam hopes to have get when they enroll in a coaching.

Pranjal Srivastava, a student of Fundamaker scored 99.97 percentile in CAT '18 and got selected in IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Lucknow, IIM Indore, IIM Shillong, IIM Kozhikode, New IIMs and FMS.

While Shubham Goyal, Devendra Verma, who scored 99.87 and 99.34 respectively, have been able to convert to IIML,IIMI,IIMS,IIMK, All New IIMs, FMS and IIMB, IIMC, IIML, IIMI, IIMS, IIMK, All New IIMs, FMS, respectively.

A plethora of other students have also been able to convert their CAT score into acceptance in one of the prestigious BLACKI IIMs (Banglore, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Calcutta, Kozhikode and Indore) and/or any MBA school of their choice.

The new crash course batch of 2019

If you are an MBA aspirant and are planning to crack CAT 2019, you can join the crash course at Fundamakers. The coaching institute will be introducing two CAT Crash course batches for their Aliganj, Alambagh and Indira Nagar branches, which would be starting from 1st and 8th of July.

The coaching is offering a 4 month course with 240 hours, 35 mock tests, 200 topic tests, analysis of tests and video lecture support, all for ₹29,999 for freshers and ₹9,999 for repeaters. And if you are someone who has already invested in another institute but are dissatisfied with the said institute and/or are looking for the option to switch, you can join the crash course for ₹9,999 as well!

So if you are someone who is preparing for CAT & wants to enter a reputable MBA institute, Fundamakers should surely be high on your list of options.

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