In Biology, we have sixteen chapters, i.e., Reproduction in Organisms, Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants, Human Reproduction, Reproductive Health, Principle of Inheritance and Variation, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Evolution, Human Health and Disease, Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production, Microbes in Human Welfare, Biotechnology: Principles and Processes, Biotechnology and Its Applications, Organisms and Populations, Ecosystem, Biodiversity and Conservation, Environmental Issues.
Basically, Biology is hard not only because of the vast amount of knowledge that must be learned but also because it incorporates many unknown concepts and requires mastery of an unfamiliar vocabulary. It is also more memorization-based as concepts are basically pure information, and critical thinking is required to connect the concepts into a coherent vision.
To succeed in Biology, you will need some effective study strategies. So, in our Biology course, we will drill the core concepts with the help of live classes, visualization of core concepts through videos and then apply these concepts on questions based on CBSE and competitive exams.