Now students can study at their choice of time in the comfort of their homes. E-tuitions are becoming popular with students as they are unable to concentrate in crowded classrooms or understand what is being taught.
Online e-tuition websites like Meritnation, Extramarks and Futor offer online interactive study material and tools to work with at the click of a button. These websites make study easy with illustrated examples and test.
These sites are providing students in small towns and cities best possible learning aids at affordable prices stated Pavan Chauhan the co-founder and managing director of Meritnation.
He also added Meritnation offers learning aids – worksheets, interactive exercises and test, video based tutorials and learning games. Fortnightly they conduct a series of tests in math and science for all grades called the ‘Live test series’. This helps students benchmark themselves.
He said that a sizable portion of the content on Meritnation is available for free. The annual packages range from Rs 2,500 to Rs 10,000 (for an advanced Test Prep course for competitive exams like the joint entrance examination (JEE) for engineering colleges.
The CEO of Futor Mr. Manish Chaturvedi, said that schools do not approach teaching in a personalised form, concepts are repeated without taking into consideration the students individual learning capacity. Sometimes the child does not understand and his doubt goes untended. The ultimate blame falls on the child.
Futor provides students with innovative online practice and game based learning method. They offer coaching in physics, chemistry and mathematics. Futor plans to add English in the coming year.
With interactive tools Futor is definitely ahead of conventional tuitions. Futor conducts 10-12 classes per month, the cost for which ranges between Rs 1,500 and Rs 1,800 which are cheaper, Mr. Chaturvedi stated.
Online coaching classes give students ample time to study at their own pace and devote as much time possible and progress to the next lesson only when he/she has understood. Though it might get boring to study alone but in the end what matters is understanding, opined Manju Battacharya a government school teacher.
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