The NET/SET coaching wing of K.E. College functions as an additional tool /support that helps students to perform better in their regular studies and also in competitive exams. The practice of coaching in the classroom is one of the most effective ways to bring out the best in students, to develop their talents and strengths, to build skills, energize their confidence, and to nurture learning. The NET or the National Eligibility Test is an examination conducted at the National level by the University Grants Commission of India. This exam is specifically meant for the students of Post-Graduation level who wish to take up teaching jobs at the university level in the country and also aims at testing the ability of the students to apply for posts like Junior Research Fellowship or Assistant Professor in various colleges and universities in India. It aims to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in teaching profession and research. A formal training or coaching can help students in cracking the exam in an easier way. Apart from strategies of subject wise revisions and self-preparation, a coaching is specifically meant for developing skills in mathematical reasoning, logical thinking, data interpretation etc. The NET/SET wing of K.E College has organized general orientation programmes and class wise orientation programmes for the PG students, in order to motivate them to prepare for NET/SET/GATE examinations and to provide awareness about the career benefits after qualifying these examinations. It is a platform for the students to interact with the invited resource persons and to clarify their doubts in connection with National Eligibility Test and other competitive exams. As a continuation of the general orientation programme, we are organizing subject -wise coaching classes for the PG students on Saturdays and selected holidays to empower and enrich them in order to face the competitive exams approaching sooner or later. Student representatives from each class are selected and they are given responsibility to co-ordinate the groups and to arrange group discussions, solving previous year question papers, sharing study materials and peer. teaching.