What makes DEODHAR CLASSES, as one of the best and most desirable
Coaching Class in
Only 8 Students Per Batch
No Smart Phone / No Social Media Rule
DEODHAR CLASSES has a rule that students joining the class will not use SMART PHONE and will not be on SOCIAL MEDIA for the NEXT TWO YEARS. Only hardworking and sincere students who are serious about their careers join DEODHAR CLASSES.
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Our Teaching System : Each step is designed considering students welfare, and has been carefully deviced to help make studying easier and boost confidence.
Step 1 : Concept Based Learning
Every Chapter is taught from Base Level up to Higher Level. It is ensured that every student becomes strong in the fundamental concepts of the chapter.
Step 2 : Application Based Learning
Once the doubts are cleared and Concepts are Mastered the students are imparted the skill sets to implement the Concepts in Application Based Problems.
Step 3 : MCQ Based Learning
In this Step the Professors Solve MCQs in class. The students are taught the tricks and techniques to solve MCQs in a given frame of time.
Step 4 : Controlled Home Work
Students are given both Writing work and MCQ work. The MCQ work is done Online through our portal. The students have to do the Home-work in a structured manner and in a given Time Slot. This ensures that the students remain focused on their studies and are not distracted by friends and social media.
Step 5 : One - to - One Mentoring
The student has to meet the Mentor for a One-on-One Meeting every week. Analysis of the student's performance in that given week is done. The Mentor suggests improvements and sets the Target for the Next week.
Step 6 : Weekly Tests
The students have to take weekly tests in class. The performance of the tests is immediately shared with the students and Parents. If the performance is below the expected range then a Re-Test is given to the student.
Step 7 : Individual Teaching
If a Student is not able to grasp a specific Concept / Chapter or was absent due to some valid reason then that Concept / Chapter is taught to the student again on Individual basis.
Step 8 : Stress Buster
The Goal of DEODHAR CLASSES is to make all the Students Successful but without unnecessary Stress. Hence, every student is encouraged to be physically fit and to spend at least a couple of hours every day where they are pursuing their hobbies.
DEODHAR CLASSES has a 'No Child Left Behind' Policy. If a student is lagging in his / her studies then the student is taught on an individual basis so as to improve the performance. We are proud to say that we don't have just One Special batch but All Our Batches Are Special.
APRIL 2021 3 HOURS
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MAY 2021 3 HOURS
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