List of Classrooms

Grade X

In class 10th we will be dealing with these subjects:-
1) English
2) Mathematics
3) Science
4) Social science
5) Hindi
Hard work is a key to cracking exams and Olympiads. However, all subjects require some specific strategies.
English – Focus on grammar and writing as these are sections in which students tend to lose the maximum number of marks. Practice writing sections along with grammar questions like editing and omission of paragraphs.
Mathematics – Initially, stick to concept building. Be thorough with NCERT textbooks before moving on to R.S Aggarwal books for the Olympiads. NCERT contains many conceptual questions and will help you build a strong foundation.
Science – These are your formative years and that is why you should pay attention to the concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. However, science requires intensive study and concept understanding and you should make sure that you understand all the concepts well before solving numerical if any.
Social science – Don’t simply mug up the facts. The concept matter will be a lot clearer to you once you understand – for instance – how the government works, or what happened during the Indian independence period. Understanding the subject will help you retain and recall effectively during the exam, Plus, you will be able to relate it to the current events and pinpoint historical trends from a panoramic standpoint.
Hindi – This subject demands intensive practice, for you to score well.

Grade VIII

In class 8th we will be dealing with these subjects:-
1) English
2) Mathematics
3) Science
4) Social science
5) Hindi
Hard work is a key to cracking exams and Olympiads. However, all subjects require some specific strategies.
English – Focus on grammar and writing as these are sections in which students tend to lose the maximum number of marks. Practice writing sections along with grammar questions like editing and omission of paragraphs.
Mathematics – Initially, stick to concept building. Be thorough with NCERT textbooks before moving on to R.S Aggarwal books for the Olympiads. NCERT contains many conceptual questions and will help you build a strong foundation.
Science – These are your formative years and that is why you should pay attention to the concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. However, science requires intensive study and concept understanding and you should make sure that you understand all the concepts well before solving numerical if any.
Social science – Don’t simply mug up the facts. The concept matter will be a lot clearer to you once you understand – for instance – how the government works, or what happened during the Indian independence period. Understanding the subject will help you retain and recall effectively during the exam, Plus, you will be able to relate it to the current events and pinpoint historical trends from a panoramic standpoint.
Hindi – This subject demands intensive practice, for you to score well.

Grade VI

In class 6th we will be dealing with these subjects:-
1) English
2) Mathematics
3) Science
4) Social science
5) Hindi
Hard work is a key to cracking exams and Olympiads. However, all subjects require some specific strategies.
English – Focus on grammar and writing as these are sections in which students tend to lose the maximum number of marks. Practice writing sections along with grammar questions like editing and omission of paragraphs.
Mathematics – Initially, stick to concept building. Be thorough with NCERT textbooks before moving on to R.S Aggarwal books for the Olympiads. NCERT contains many conceptual questions and will help you build a strong foundation.
Science – These are your formative years and that is why you should pay attention to the concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. However, science requires intensive study and concept understanding and you should make sure that you understand all the concepts well before solving numerical if any.
Social science – Don’t simply mug up the facts. The concept matter will be a lot clearer to you once you understand – for instance – how the government works, or what happened during the Indian independence period. Understanding the subject will help you retain and recall effectively during the exam, Plus, you will be able to relate it to the current events and pinpoint historical trends from a panoramic standpoint.
Hindi – This subject demands intensive practice, for you to score well.