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Educational psychotherapist Dr. A. K. Maity (formerly attached to SSKM Hospital, Kolkata) is rendering his most valuable and scientific guidance to the Medical-Engineering aspirants all over the India till past twenty three years in the banner of most successful guidance centre ‘Rainbow’, In his excellency Dr. Maity is always accompanied by a group of doctors, engineers & professors.

His valuable psychological counseling and technical guidance to explore the distinctive power of a student enabled the students suffering from neurotic depression, even the vagabond at the age of 38-40 years losing all their aims in life in the field of Medical Entrances. His credit is to make almost one and half dozens of BDS doctors to MBBS doctor again. Excellency of ‘Rainbow’ is to guide the students to achieve their long cherished dream.

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