The Central Board of Secondary Education has formally eliminated the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme for classes VI to IX, which was followed in CBSE affiliated schools since 2009. It will be replaced in the coming academic year (2017-18) with a new format being: … Read More »
There is no secret to the fact that better handwriting for children not only has long term benefits but also leads toward better grades, better efficiency and consequently an easier time at school. Here are some tips here from us at Genext Students which will … Read More »
The changes in the ICSE and ISC 2018 syllabus are in the subjects of history and civics, geography, mathematics and physics. This was the result of the 58th national conference of ASISC held in Bhubhaneshwar for the revision of the syllabus which comes into … Read More »
Benchmark Test is a module available in the student’s app, which measures the current preparation level of the student, his/her comparative standing and a detailed report about their strong and weak areas. We see a lot of value in this module, especially for … Read More »
With a lot of zeal and enthusiasm, Genext Students organized an interactive workshop for home & private tutors – ‘Maximizing Your Potential’ on 17th December 2016 at Courtyard, Marriot, Andheri (East). Genext Students team at the workshop consisted of – Mr. Ali Asgar Kagzi (Co-Founder), … Read More »
Sometimes children will have a tough time understanding all the lessons taught to them by the teachers at school. Even above-average students tend to fall behind sometimes and without enough support from the teachers at the school, the children will tend to lose interest in … Read More »
SSC exams are a crucial milestone in everyone’s academic journey since the result of the exams becomes a major factor in deciding one’s career path and future course of life.
Due to the importance of the exam, students need to follow a focused strategic approach … Read More »
Board exams are something that creates a lot of anxiety and stress among students. Partly because they fear if they would meet up the expectations of their parents and teachers, the pressure created due to the competitive spirit among peers and friends to excel, and … Read More »
There are several state boards in India. They include SSC, CBSE, ICSE, RBSE, Up Board and others. In this article we would like to pay attention to the first three ones, discussing their advantages and disadvantages, as well as talking about the details of them.
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There is no such thing as being called a ‘weak student’. There are only students of different levels of competencies. One can be strong in a subject and not so good in some other. The important issue is that with certain Board Examinations such as … Read More »