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India offers free education, witch is mandatory for children aged six to fourteen. Many parents choose to send their children to private schools, as many public schools lack proper resources, suffer from a large student to teacher ratio and poorly educated teachers. Secondary schools, which start at the age of twelve, place heavy emphasis on preparing for the workforce with vocational training. At the end of secondary school, students take the Higher Secondary Exam, which can then grant access to college. Aside from public and private schools, India also has international schools, which are in most major cities, national open schools, which provide education to students who never finished their formal education, and special needs schools, which provide a vocational education to those with disabilities.

Helping Disadvantaged Students

The Indian education system sets a certain number of seats in schools for traditionally disadvantaged students. Due to their status, these students may not be able to keep up with the rest of their classmates. With our online education program, struggling students won’t have to worry. ELearning English classes and math allow students to review current lessons or go back to study older ones. Since our curriculum follows closely to the Indian curriculum, students will always be able to find study material that fits with their school lessons.

Background should not affect a student’s ability to learn. We offer thirty days of free online classes that can show anyone that no matter where you come from, success is always within reach.

To see more detail about lessons covered within our subjects, just click on the year group titles below: