IX and X CBSE / ICSE and Medical and Engineering Foundation Course

MEDICAL / ENGINEERING FOUNDATION COURSE – CLASS IX and X

CBSE Foundations | Regular Weekdays/Weekend | One Year

Overview

Students are thoroughly prepared for School/Board Exam as well as Approach to Competitive Exams. Classes start from last week of March / First week of April, 2018 – First week of February, 2019

Class Duration

  • The total Duration of learning is 250 hours
  • Focus on exam preparation online / offline is 30 hours
  • There would be 6 classes a week, with 2 classes every alternate day – Mon-Friday / Tuesday-Saturday

Course Description

  • Science & Maths Syllabus of Class IX will be taught thoroughly
  • English Comprehension to lay strong Language Foundation would be taught
  • Mental Ability and Logical Reasoning for building a strong approach to appear for Competitive Exams
  • Regular class tests will be conducted on School / Board as well as Olympiad pattern. These tests would be conducted in an online mode MCQ, and offline paper & Pen mode.

Highlights:

  • Comprehensive Courseware
  • Extensive question banks, solved and unsolved
  • Smart Classroom sessions supported by interactive Multimedia content
  • Well-developed assessment systems
  • Strong Data-analytics to zero-in on learning areas requiring extensive support

Our Unique Proposition

  1. Modern Teaching Methodology
  2. Smart Classes
  3. Small Batches
  4. Highly Trained Teachers
  5. Technology Aided Learning
There are many reasons why one should join K12aspire and a few of these have been summarized below- Impeccable system of education delivery. Exhaustive, simple, precise, relevant and unique study material and Test papers. Learning-friendly and competitive environment at the study centres. Integrated approach to teaching – covers School/Board & Competitive Exams. Special Revision and doubt Classes Work culture – Disciplined & Transparent Ever evolving and flawless system of management. Back-up classes for weak and late-joining students. Various types of tests - like Weekly/Fortnightly tests, Term tests, Practice assignments Part-wise & Complete syllabus-based Home assignments. Frequently organized parent-teacher interaction sessions. Motivational classes to inspire and stay focused. Well-equipped & technically enabled Classrooms.
It all depends on the comfort levels of a student. Weekdays batch helps in maintaining the rhythm of a student but are a bit hectic. Weekend classes generally take the entire day but are a bit relaxed as these are scheduled on weekends. There are some significant differences between the two –Weekdays or Weekend. In weekdays batch, a student can interact with the faculty regularly but in weekend batch he has to wait for Saturday or Sunday. In weekdays time management could be the problematic area for the student, but on weekends, a child can easily manage his/her time. If a student is coming from a far-off place, then certainly weekend batch would be a better option otherwise weekdays batches are fine. For weekend batch, student needs to be self-motivated towards his/ her aim.
Preparing for an entrance exam is undoubtedly exhausting. However, a student can follow these tips in order to prepare well and not overburden himself at the end; Coming prepared to lectures at k12aspire class by reading Study Package notes helps student understand concepts/chapters better. Solving home assignments reinforces whatever is taught in the class. NCERT chapter coverage gives immense advantage by ensuring that the Board or School exam preparation is taken care of, since entire NCERT is covered. NCERT forms the base for PMT & JEE, etc. therefore preparation for entrance exams is also solidified. Practicing lots of questions from good MCQ books provides exposure to all kinds of questions and also helps a student to solve questions in a limited time span. Remember, for example, in PMT you need to solve 180 questions in 180 minutes (approx. one minute to solve one question). Therefore, a student should not waste time in the examination hall in making himself familiar with questions. Instead, he should simply start doing the questions, which is possible only if he has solved lots of similar questions in the past.

Registrations are open for batches commencing from 1st week of April.

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Monday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Tuesday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Wednesday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Thursday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Friday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Sunday 10.00 am - 6.00 pm