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Everybody says CAT is practice driven.


The PL Way of Learning


Providing mocks and question bank is not enough. We solve thousands of questions with students in live classes.


Videos are great for reference but bad for arguments and discussions, which are what our classes are driven by


Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Law - how can students from all backgrounds have the same preparation path?


We take few students because we invest a lot in student - teacher relationship. 


Maybe for IITians but not for the rest. Fundamentals matter in QA, LRDI and Verbal.


Learning does. For you and us both. Since we have the same goal, we will achieve it.

PL-30: The Most Personalised Preparation Program in the CAT Coaching Industry


12 crazy months

January - December

only 30 20 Students

Fixed intake for the whole year

2000+ questions

Yes, we will solve them together.

All of them.

countless discussions 


A Course Designed With Only One Purpose - Helping Students

Other Institutes

Provide 1500-2500 Questions to students and leave them alone to solve the questions without any support


Not only push the students to solve thousands of questions but also solve with them

Provide video solutions to questions

Discuss each question in classroom sessions with students

Conduct special doubt classes once in 2 weeks, in which luck decides whose doubt gets picked and whose does not

There are doubt discussions almost every other day. No Need to wait for a special topic wise session

Conduct 50-60 theory classes and 5-10 practice classes

Conduct 300+ concept, practice and doubt classes

Teach between 500 to 2500 students across all batches

Have a fixed strength of 30 20 students in an academic year

Offline Enrolment

Join Us and Prepare for CAT the Right Way

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Know Everything You Want to Know Openly

Is 30 the strength of one batch or the whole institute?

The intake for CAT'25 has been reduced to 20, which is the strength of the whole institute across all batches taught in a year. We usually run only 2 batches in a year - one online and one offline. The intake for our online batch will be 15 and for the offline batch will be 5.

Why don't I see the option to enrol for CAT'24?

It is because for CAT'24 all batches have been closed for further enrolments. Since we do not run any short term courses and run only 2 batches in a year, there will be no option to enrol for CAT'24 now. 

I am a non-engineer, should I join?

Of course, you should. This course will be more suitable for non-engineers actually because students from non-maths backgrounds usually require closer attention, slower pace of class and separate learning plans. Limited strength will help us achieve all three of those things.

Does that mean this course is not for Engineers?

We won't lie; engineers do have many many more options for them out there, and we do accept that some of them might be better than us depending on the student's level and target. That doesn't mean that PL is not good for engineers. We love to teach them just as much as we do non-engineers. It's just that certain students, specially those from IITs and NITs, might find the pace of the class a little slow because we spend a lot of time on mastering fundamentals. However, if you are an engineer who is not already a pro in quants or somebody who is scared of verbal, PL can be the right place for you.

I have some financial challenges, can you do something to help me?

We have a separate fees structure for our online program for students belonging to financially weak backgrounds, however, we insist on an EWS or NC-OBC certificate for the same. 
We request everyone else interested in joining not to negotiate. Most online institutes teach 50-100 students in one batch and run 10 such batches in a year; we teach only 20 students in a year and running an institute requires a lot of financial commitment. Thus, we request that you respect our fees structure and kindly understand. 

I am ready and up for the challenge. How can I join?

That's fairly easy. Just click the Fees button on the top menu and click on 'Enrol' or fill the form next to this section and click on 'Enquire' to send us your query. You can also drop us a message on WhatsApp or call us to talk to us directly. We can not guarantee you an enrolment automatically like at other institutes because enrolment at PL depends on seat availability. In case the 'Enrol' button is not there, chances are we have got the students already, in which case, we would have to apologise and politely decline your query.

What is the criteria for you to take students?

There is no such criteria. Admissions are strictly on a first come basis. Having said that, once in a while we come across a student who we think might not be benefited by our teaching methodology, in which case, we say no and politely guide the student to some other institute.

What is the PL-30 fully residential offline program?

It's a first of its kind program in the CAT coaching industry. As part of the program 10 students live with our faculty next to his home in Palampur and prepare not only for the exam, but life in general. 

What all things will be taught to students as part of the residential program?

Quants, LR and Verbal will be a part of the curriculum obviously since the primary objective of the program is CAT preparation. But other than that students will also be given communication and personality development classes and taught many more things along the way.

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Who Teaches in PL-30?

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Rohit Arora

Rohit is a CAT 99 percentiler, a logophile, a passionate teacher, mentor, friend, and anything his students need him to be. He worked for 7 years in the corporate world as a Project Manager & Consultant before he decided to quit his job to become an educator. He's been a teacher since and has taught at IMS and Unacademy. He started PL because he realized that his way of teaching did not align with the structures created by traditional coaching institutes in the industry. He firmly believes that the best way to master verbal and quants is to argue over each option and discuss every question thoroughly, which large classrooms fail to facilitate. He loves to solve questions and loves to spend time with his students to know them. Over the last few years, many of his students, specially from non-mathematics backgrounds and Hindi or other vernacular medium schools, have gone on to secure seats in IIMs and other top colleges. 

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