We Studyiinn provide the study material all the subjects n all over india study syllabus and how to study in a proper time table proper way like practicing ,put everything on paper and about our indian education system and colleges and schools .The Indian Education system is the world's third largest Higher Education System with more than 800 universities, 39,000 colleges and a capacity of enrolling more than a whopping 20 million students. Higher Education Institutions in India offer courses/degrees that are competitive in the world market in terms of quality but are delivered at one fourth the cost, hence guaranteeing value-for-money education.
The Indian Education system is vast in size, as well as its academic offerings. A vibrant and diverse education system means a wide variety of courses are available -- from the modern and cutting edge to the traditional. Indian education ranges from exposure to the latest advancements of science and technology like Virtual and Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing to Yoga, Ayurveda, Sanskrit and classical dances.
This vastness of the Indian education system directly translates to enhanced opportunities for its students and global learning for an all-round academic and personal development.
A burgeoning IT and Services sector has led to a robust placement oriented education as about 200 of the Fortune 500 companies hire regularly from Indian campuses.Higher education in India starts after passing the higher secondary education or the 12th standard. Depending on what you study, attaining your degree in India can take three to five years. Postgraduate courses are generally two to three years long. After completing a postgraduate degree, there is the option of continuing on with doctoral studies and research at various educational institutes.
Due to the limited number of universities in relation to the large number of applicants, universities work with affiliated colleges. These provide education and issue degrees under the name of the affiliated university. There are approximately 20,000 colleges, 42 central universities, 275 State universities, 130 Deemed Universities and 93 Institutes of National importance in the Indian higher education system.Although there are private schools in India, they are highly regulated in terms of what they can teach, in what form they can operate (must be a non-profit to run any accredited educational institution) and all other aspects of operation. Hence, the differentiation of government schools and private schools can be misleading.
Teach and learn:Use online resources.“Looking up videos on websites such as YouTube and Bozeman Science helps me to study and understand concepts more profoundly so that I am completely comfortable with the material.”
Use your own words. “I find that the best way to study content is to read about it while taking notes, and then explaining the notes and information to myself as if I were teaching it, in order to understand it in my own words.”
Try teaching the concepts to someone else. "If you can't find someone to teach it to, teach it to a blank wall or stuffed animal – anything works. You can also film yourself teaching these concepts (film yourself discussing what happened during a certain war, film yourself on a whiteboard solving a math problem and explaining why you're doing everything you're doing, etc) and then to go back and watch it and see where you're hesitant (hesitating means you're not as confident on that part) or if you've left out any information.”
Make learning interactive.“To make studying enjoyable, it's important to make learning interactive. For instance, I use screen recording apps to create my own lectures, and post them on a private website so that I can watch them later to review. Also, the process of recording these videos helps reinforce concepts in a way that suits my learning style. This allows me to participate in your learning process, which makes studying more fun in general.”
Talk it out. “If you happen to be studying at school, use your friends as resources. Talk out the steps to solving a math problem, explain a scientific concept, or discuss the structure of your essay. Verbalizing concepts and ideas can help solidify them and make them easier to complete and understand later on. Studying with a friend may even be beneficial for both of you!” – Emily
Put everything on paper:
Be prepared. “Always have a paper and pencil with you to note down anything that comes to your mind.” –
Take notes. “I find it crucial to take good notes. I always make my own personalized textbook for every subject, which includes important ideas I'm learning, personal comments about them (especially in subjects such as literature or history), and the mistakes I've made in the past on tests or on essays. It's also helpful if you write down mnemonic devices in the margins, such as a memorable quote made by someone in class, to memorize dates or formulas. – Gaeun
Use technology. "I like to digitalize the content of my notes by saving them in iCloud, Google Docs, or Evernote. This enables you to access your notes on other devices or in other locations. A few weeks before big tests, good, organized notes turn out to be very useful.
Have fun. “I have learned to have fun with my notes. I personalize them so that they help me. Sometimes, instead of scribbling everything my teacher says during a lecture I will draw pictures that I associate with the topic (probably the only time doodling in class is considered acceptable). For example, we were recently reviewing a cardiovascular unit in Anatomy. Instead of writing out the steps of blood flow through the heart, I drew a basic diagram of the heart and labeled arrows directing the path of blood flow. Instead of having some abstract concept in my head of the path of blood, I could more deeply understand the concept with the visual aid.”
Use color. “I'm the type of person who learns by writing things out, but writing things over and over again can be a bit dull. I am able to make it through these study sessions by using different colored thick markers; it makes studying seem more like an arts and crafts project plus writing in markers is much easier than writing in pencil. I spend time making diagrams and coming up with fun mnemonic devices for things that need to be memorized.”
Try recording yourself. “Read your notes into a voice recording app, and replay them as you do something else. The combination of reading something and hearing it again is more effective than reading alone.”
Challenge yourself. “For people who are competitive like me, challenging myself and making studying a competition is what keeps me engaged. I like to use Quizlet flashcard sets because they have an option where the cards are shuffled and turned into a matching game. In my opinion, making studying a competition or game is the best way to keep me engaged.The primary education in India is divided into two parts, namely Lower Primary (Class I-IV) and Upper Primary (Middle school, Class V-VIII). The Indian government lays emphasis on primary education ( Class I-VIII ) also referred to as elementary education, to children aged 6 to 14 years old. Because education laws are given by the states, duration of primary school visit alters between the Indian states. The Indian government has also banned child labour in order to ensure that the children do not enter unsafe working conditions.However, both free education and the ban on child labour are difficult to enforce due to economic disparity and social conditions.80% of all recognised schools at the elementary stage are government run or supported, making it the largest provider of education in the country.Secondary education covers children aged 14 to 18, a group comprising 8.85 crore children according to the 2001 Census of India. The final two years of secondary is often called Higher Secondary (HS), Senior Secondary, or simply the "+2" stage. The two halves of secondary education are each an important stage for which a pass certificate is needed, and thus are affiliated by central boards of education under HRD ministry, before one can pursue higher education, including college or professional courses.
UGC, NCERT, CBSE and ICSE directives state qualifying ages for candidates who wish to take board exams. Those at least 15 years old by 30 May for a given academic year are eligible to appear for Secondary board exams, and those 17 by the same date are eligible to appear for Higher Secondary certificate board exams. It further states that upon successful completion of Higher Secondary, one can apply to higher education under UGC control such as Engineering, Medical, and Business Administration.
Turn off your phone. “How do we avoid falling into the trap of social media and internet distractions? I'll tell you one way to do it. Take that phone, turn it off, put it in another room, and detach yourself for a few hours - it won't kill you.”
Commit to study time. “To stay focused, I turn off all my devices, and just allocate some time to just study. I tell myself that I can't stop until the time is up, regardless of if I know the material or not.”
Take breaks when you need them.“During the weekends, I know that I won't get any work done during the day, because I won't have the motivation to finish my work until it becomes urgent. Therefore, I forget about my homework and allow myself to have fun and relax.
Get in the zone with music. “Music without vocals helps me focus while I study. I explore other genres that I don't get much exposure to - flamenco music, Indian classical, erhu solos, minimalist, etc. It's a good opportunity to expand your cultural horizon while providing a non-distracting drone of sound.”
Treat yourself.“To make studying fun, I take breaks every 20 minutes. I'll get up and stretch, treat myself to a snack and a YouTube video, or clean up my room (because organization is everything!). I'll continually re-evaluate my progress, just so I know that I'm going somewhere with all the time and energy that I've invested.”
Create a routine. “The most helpful thing I did for the SAT was to practice a single section a day and go into each problem I missed in detail - then I did full length practice tests every other week in the last two months before the actual exam.”
Practice at the edge of your ability.“Try to find the hardest problems, and solve those. If you can't do them, take some steps back.” – Rushi
Skip the hard ones.“If you don't know a question, skip it. Sometimes, things don't "click", and that's alright. Just keep going and go back to the question later. Most of the time you'll realize that it was actually super easy!”
Practice! The Studyiinn is something you can study for and see marked improvement. Anyone can improve with practice in anything, and that's certainly true of the SAT.” –
Practice! “The best way to study for the SAT is to practice. Practice, practice, practice. Oh yeah, and did I mention to practice? Practice taking parts of the exam in a testing environment. Time yourself. Check your answers once you're finished. If you got a question wrong, understand why you got it wrong. The practice won't do you any good if you don't understand what you did incorrectly. Find out what you're good at and not so good at. Work on your trouble areas. I guarantee that with practice, your score will improve.”
Be prepared. “Always have a paper and pencil with you to note down anything that comes to your mind.”
Take notes. “I find it crucial to take good notes. I always make my own personalized textbook for every subject, which includes important ideas I'm learning, personal comments about them (especially in subjects such as literature or history), and the mistakes I've made in the past on tests or on essays. It's also helpful if you write down mnemonic devices in the margins, such as a memorable quote made by someone in class, to memorize dates or formulas.
"If you can't find someone to teach it to, teach it to a blank wall or stuffed animal – anything works. You can also film yourself teaching these concepts (film yourself discussing what happened during a certain war, film yourself on a whiteboard solving a math problem and explaining why you're doing everything you're doing, etc) and then to go back and watch it and see where you're hesitant (hesitating means you're not as confident on that part) or if you've left out any information.”“To make studying enjoyable, it's important to make learning interactive. For instance, I use screen recording apps to create my own lectures, and post them on a private website so that I can watch them later to review.
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