News and Events

March 26, 2021

Center will remain closed until further notice.

Due to the prevailing situation in the education sector, it is a challange to provide any sort of coaching to the student community. The other factor affecting the support solutions is the Covid 19 "Second Wave" scare that seems to be predominant in the news. Hence the center will remain closed until further notice.
November 20, 2014

Are Children at a lower risk than adults?

So far, data suggests that children under the age of 18 years represent about 8.5% of reported cases, with relatively few deaths compared to other age groups and usually mild disease. However, cases of critical illness have been reported. As with adults, pre-existing medical conditions have been suggested as a risk factor for severe disease and intensive care admission in children.
November 20, 2014

How does tutoring help students?

There are many reasons parents choose tutoring for their children. Some parents feel unable to help their children with schoolwork. Others may find their children are more receptive to working through school struggles with another person.
November 20, 2014

Online education in India – the good, the bad and the ugly!

Online education comes in shades of grey. In this article, educators, Prashanthi Karyala and Sarita Kamat, bring the voices of teachers, students and parents from across the country to the fore, as they highlight the good, the bad and the ugly faces of online education in India, and the need for inclusive education policies.
November 20, 2014

Boards in India – Which one is better?

For those who can’t decide upon a choice out of a number of boards, we bring here the solution by providing details about the examinations, assessment criteria and curriculum followed by different boards in the country.