NTA NEET 2020 has been postponed : Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown

NTA NEET 2020 has been postponed amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (Union Minister for Human Resource Development) has tweeted this update and advised students to stay at home. He has tweeted the following information from his twitter account. In view of the hardships faced by the parents and the students due to COVID-19 epidemic, the National Testing Agency has postponed the ensuing NEET (UG) May 2020 examination scheduled to be held on the 3rd May 2020. Admit cards that were due to be issued on Friday will…

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Role of a mentor in a students life

Have the thought of finding a mentor ever crossed your mind? Often there are times when students seem perplexed looking at the various career opportunities the world has to offer. Everything seems so overwhelming, that it becomes difficult to choose the right career path. No matter what the situation is, a mentor can help. A mentor can be a friend, guide, teacher, adviser, instructor, guru, coach etc. Mentors keep your best interests, abilities, skills and talents in mind, thereby helping you reach your highest potential. By providing information, guidance and encouragement,…

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How to Prepare for Exam the Right Way

It will come as a no surprise that competitive exams can be a daunting task. Here are 5 ways to prepare for any exam.   Know Your Syllabus & Exam Pattern Knowing the syllabus and exam pattern is the prerequisite to understand and prepare for any examination whatsoever. It is imperative for students to thoroughly scan through the syllabus for the exam and make note of the weightage each chapter carries. Besides that, scanning through previous year papers can help understand the examination and familiarize you with types of questions…

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6 Competitive Exams Students Can Prepare for After Class 10th

The search for competitive exams after class 10 is what students do when they are either done with the exams or have got their results. Now as class 10th result is out, students are now again in search of entrance or scholarship exams they can start preparing for along with their school. Completion of class 10th   is a gateway to a new journey in life for students as they pick fields that they are interested in. In a country like India, it’s a cliché to opt for medical and engineering…

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Why Mock Tests are Important

Imagine this. You are all set to ace your exams. You’ve finished your revision, and you walk into the exam hall beaming with confidence. As soon as the invigilator hands over the question paper, you are dismayed to see a new pattern in questions and marks distribution. You try to keep your confidence intact, but you are flustered and sweating. Isn’t it a nightmare? Mock tests rescue students from such nightmares. They help students gauge their level of preparedness and encourage them to take the necessary measures to parade towards…

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NEET 2020: What Can We Expect?

The Future of NEET in 2020: What Can We Expect? Aspirations drive all of us. No one can better understand this than a class 12 student who wants to study further. Every year, numerous colleges and universities conduct entrance examinations, giving a chance to the young aspirants to showcase their talents and win over a place in their dream college. NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is one such prestigious entrance examination that enables the students to pursue a career in the medical profession. Every year lakhs of students…

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Virtual learning tips for students

10 Best Tips to Score 90% marks in CBSE Board Exam

The age of digital learning is here to stay and is quickly advancing. For some of us, learning online can feel like a challenge. Luckily, if you are feeling frustrated with your online textbook, chances are you haven’t learned how to utilize the tools and advantages that it has to offer. One of the perks of Pearson e-textbook tools is the ability to be interactive with the material. From practice quizzes to note taking tools, there are plenty of ways to mix up your study options. Note Taking and Highlighting Tools Some…

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Ways the coronavirus pandemic could reshape education

The coronavirus pandemic has changed how millions around the globe are educated. New solutions for education could bring much needed innovation. Given the digital divide, new shifts in education approaches could widen equality gaps. In a matter of weeks, coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed how students are educated around the world. Those changes give us a glimpse at how education could change for the better – and the worse – in the long term. With the coronavirus spreading rapidly across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, countries have…

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Strategies for online learning during a Coronavirus outbreak

All About Cambridge Checkpoint Examination

As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread, schools around the globe are shifting to online learning in an effort to slow the spread of the disease.The deep-rooted fear associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has restricted travel from home in over 75 countries. And it’s not showing signs of slowing. Google, Microsoft, Twitter, almost every organization has asked employees to work from home. The same applies to education with schools and institutes of higher education shutting down to prevent the spread of the virus. Under such circumstances, EdTech shows the way forward. SpeedLabs allows students to continue learning 24×7…

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Holistic Education – The Need Of Children In India

Have you heard the saying too many cooks spoil the broth? This concept is applicable to education in India, too, where students are shuttled from one institution to the other like a football – school, specialized hobby classes, coaching centers, you name it. Students often feel too burnt out to be able to really process information properly. Furthermore, most students do not feel very comfortable in clarifying doubts and bridging learning gaps – most tuition centers and classrooms are crammed with too many students for this to be viable. The…

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