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3 Study Tips to Master NCERT Books

If you are a student of a CBSE board affiliated school, then there can be no denying the fact that you have to go through the CBSE books. In case of the boards’ preparation, the NCERT books might seem to be not- so enough, but trust me, the one who has been able to master NCERT books is sure to pass out with flying colours. These books are quite simple to look at but they consist of an intricate method of study which is beneficial for the students. Now in this particular article, we are going to discuss about the tips required to study an NCERT book in the proper manner and it will be of great help to you, especially if you are a novice in this field.

5 Things Board Toppers do differently

Almost every parent has the aspiration to see their own child coming out as a board topper. But only a few can achieve that. Now, you might be wondering where your ward is weak as even after long hours of studying, he or she cannot reach that level. Well, the fact is that in order to become a topper, you not only need hard work, but also smart work. All those who are toppers do things in a bit different fashion so that their result can be a lot different from the others.

Need to Review CCE Scheme: PU-TCY Report

A research study report by Panjab University Chandigarh and TCYonline has recommended a ‘review’ of the Government’s Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme. The report, ‘The Impact of CCE on Student Proficiency’ was formally released here yesterday on the PU campus by Prof. H. Devraj, UGC Vice-Chairman, and Prof. Arun Grover, PU Vice-Chancellor.

The report, jointly prepared by a team of PU researchers comprising Harish Kumar, Parneet Kaur and Jatinder Grover and professionals from TCYonline, an edtech company, covers the quantitative and verbal skills of school students spanning over a decade.

‘PU-TCY Learning Index’, which will be calculated periodically, has also been introduced which quantifies the skills of students. The report emphasises on the review of implementation of CCE scheme for effective results as there is a ‘decrease’ in the learning of students.

CBSE Board Exams - A Fair Working Mechanism


The word exam is a lot strenuous to the children and when it comes to the board exams, it is even more stressful. If your ward is a part of the CBSE board of education, then it is for the best that he or she has to have ample knowledge about how exactly the whole thing works so that there is no chance of extra anticipation on the day of the exam. The procedure in which how CBSE conducts all its examinations is quite interesting and that is what you will get to know in this write-up.

CBSE Board Exam Mechanism:

CBSE conducts board examination in the secondary as well as the higher secondary level and it is done in a very strict manner. In a particular country, all the exams are taken in simultaneous time zones so that the question paper does not get leaked in any manner beforehand. The security is very strict in each of the exam centres and the question paper consists of a single set or even multiple sets to prevent leakage of the same.

SSC CGL- 2016 Exam Postponed – Time to Maximize Your Scores

As SSC declared the revision of Exam Dates for the Combined Graduate Level Exam for 2016, many aspirants have been both surprised and shocked. We at TCYonline, however, believe that it is a golden opportunity for each and every candidate to score more and get closer to fulfilling his dream of becoming a Govt. employee. Let’s first take a look at what we know till now:

1. Revised Exam Dates: The revised exam dates for SSC CGL 2016 are yet to be declared. However, it is to be held in the month of August instead of the previously planned 8th and 22nd May, 2016.

2. Reason for Postponement: No specific reason for the postponement of the exam has been given in the notification released yesterday. However, speculations regarding the exam being conducted online and a change in exam pattern are high owing to a notice released by SSC stating that the feasibility of going online for CGL and CHSL is being kept under consideration.

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