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Mahesh Tutorials has introduced Coaching for Class 8 across boards including CBSE, ICSE & Mah Board SSC. Most centers of Mahesh Tutorials Will Now Offer Class 8 Coaching for the New Academic Year. Contact Your Nearest Center for Details.

Mahesh Tutorials' Chembur-Ghatkopar-Vikhroli centers experienced the most amazing Farewell & Fresher's Party celebrated with Teachers, Staff, CC's, CH's, AH's, and ZH's. The day marked great interaction and activities by all who attended. Everyone clicked group pictures and selfies.

There was Ramp walk of Teachers and Staff to the Rocking War of Dance. There was Dancing on the vibrant beats of DJ and writing memorable farewell words for friends. Teachers gave inspirational advice to the emotional school students. It was truly a memorable farewell.

Students of Std. 10 Board Examinations (CBSE, ICSE and Maharashtra State Board) can now call 'Hum Se Puccho', a 24 x 7 helpline intended to aid students with last minute queries.

This initiative started in 2006, by Global Education Trust undertaken with knowledge partner MT Educare and technology partner Robomate+ has helped students who are stressed and aims to interact with them and reduce their stress, ultimately encouraging them to score well. A team of dedicated teachers is on stand-by to answer calls from over-anxious, nervous students and parents.

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Mahesh Tutorials conducted a Parenting Seminar for parents of class 8 & 9 CBSE & SSC students. Around 350 parents attended the seminar held at Panvel. The parents were enlightened about the right career options and opportunities for their children.

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Students of class 9 had a lot of fun at Udaan - The Annual Sports Event of Mahesh Tutorials, conducted in Western and South Mumbai. There was a lot of competitive spirit at fun events like relay, marble and spoon race, 3 legged race, potato race and sack race. Students also had fun competing in events like chess, squats, hand wrestling, face painting, tattoo making, mehendi, push-ups and carrom. Other fun events included throw ball and tug of war.

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Mahesh Tutorial Corporate Staff along with Teaching staff treated students of Class 9 to an inside view of MT Educare, the parent company, of the famous coaching class. Each department of the company explained their work to the students and how it contributes to the functioning of the company. Each department showcased their work with the help of illustrations and power point presentations. The aim of this interaction was to demonstrate how each department works and the responsibilities and functions of various levels of hierarchy in any company. The students interacted with various departments enthusiastically and left the office with a lot of valuable information.

The overall intent of the exercise was to help students understand how various professions and hierarchies work in a corporate environment. These are professions students have read about in their books and heard about in various conversations. Seeing the professional at work and understanding his role in an organization will help the students choose a career he or she wants wisely.

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Class X CBSE results are out and our topper Sneha Gondukupi has scored 98.80%. 154 of our students have scored a perfect 10 CGPA. Our subject highest scores are Maths – 100/100, SST – 100/100, Science – 99/100, Hindi – 99/100. Congratulations to all our students who cleared CBSE X. We are proud of you all.

Students of Std. 10 Board Examinations (CBSE, ICSE and Maharashtra State Board) can now call ‘Hum Se Puccho’, a 24 x 7 helpline intended to aid students with last minute queries.

Maharashtra State Board students of English, Marathi, Hindi, and Urdu mediums can avail this service. This initiative started in 2006, by Global Education Trust undertaken with knowledge partner MT Educare, has helped students who are stressed and aims to interact with them and reduce their stress, ultimately encouraging them to score well.A team of dedicated teachers is on stand-by to answer calls from over-anxious, nervous students and parents. Know More.

CBSE Schools will have to use NCERT textbooks from the 2017-18 academic session. The move to make National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) study materials mandatory for all Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools across the country is expected to standardise the curriculum across schools in the country.

The decision was taken at a review meeting chaired by Union minister for human resource development Prakash Javadekar.

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From the next academic year, students appearing for the CBSE class X exam will have to study the complete syllabus and score 33% in both theory and internal assessment to pass. The CBSE, on Tuesday, issued the remodeled assessment structure for the board exams.

In December last year, the CBSE announced its decision to make board exams mandatory, taking away the option of school-based exams. "Consequent upon the decision...the dual scheme of examination for class X shall stand discontinued for students from the academic year 2017-18," said a circular issued by the board. According to the new structure, the board exams will carry 80 marks and internal assessment 20 marks. In the current format, the weightage is 60:40. Students will be tested for the complete syllabus in the theory papers. "Even college students appear for exams in the semester format, so why not give the choice to schools? Students were used to studying for half the syllabus and this will be additional burden now," said a principal. Students are now required to score 23% marks in the board exams.

For internal assessment, schools will have to conduct three periodic written tests in each subject, instead of the four formative assessments, and the average of the best two tests would be taken for final marks submission.

In addition to the tests, five marks each will be designated to notebook submission and subject enrichment activities that could include tests like reading and listening, lab activities and practical work, and projects. "Students are used to the no-detention and tend to take exams lightly. The new format could change that and students will prepare better for the board exams ," said Kalpana Dwivedi, principal, St Joseph High School, Panvel.

The board has included discipline as a grade subject and students will also be marked on attendance, sincerity, behaviour and values along with other co-scholastic subjects like work education, art and health and physical education. The structured will have to be replicated for classes VI to IX.

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