Sanjay Agrawal Sir (SA Sir) did his B. Tech. in Chemical Engineering from Malviya Regional Engineering College MREC, Jaipur (now known as MNIT, Jaipur) in 1997. He continued with his post-graduate studies in the same branch from IIT-Delhi. SA Sir is teaching Physics from more than last 18 years. Physics is a practical subject which requires a very good conceptual clarity. The questions asked in competitive exams from physics subject are application based and it is the understanding of concept which is tested. The teaching style of SA sir focuses on utmost clarity of concepts in Physics.
He started his career with the establishment of his own institute at Alwar (Rajasthan) with the name of Turning Point Institute With the help of quality education being provided there, the students from that Institute captured top ranks in Engineering and Medical entrance exams. Some of them include, 5th Rank (General category) in RPET in year 2000, 51st and 213th Rank (both in general category) in IIT-JEE in the year 2002, 21st Rank (SC category) in IIT-JEE in the year 2002.
To get recognition on national level in coaching industry, SA Sir moved to Kota, the platform of coaching on national level. He joined Career Point, Kota as HoD, Physics in the year 2004. He has been invited by Allen Career Institute, Kota, again on the position of HoD, Physics, when it started with the Engineering division, in the year 2008. His experience with these two Institutes is for almost 6 years. In the year 2010, he resigned from his job, to accomplish his dream of having his own setup, with the name of Turning point, to cater to the needs of average students, which are often overlooked by bigger institutes, to make them understand the concepts. Some of his achievements include 4 selections under rank 500 in IIT-JEE in the year 2011. One of his remarkable achievements is to guide Arpit Agarwal for various problems, who later on secured AIR-1 in IIT-JEE in year 2012. This year 67 students in total qualified for JEE-Advanced exams. This year, two of the students captured AIR – 362 and AIR – 460 in NEET, in general category.