CBSE CLASS Xth, XIth and XIIth
This course includes wide training, tutorial classes, doubt remedial classes, motivational classes and also final crash course after final board examinations. As per the pattern of last few years, the maximum questions are conceptual and are from NCERT syllabus for class Xth, XIth and XIIth.
We precede the syllabus as per NCERT series to make sure that the student at all times remain a step ahead in his studies and examinations at the school. We have tactically designed our course to accommodate half yearly, pre-board, practicals and final board exams.
Important topics from class Xth, XIth and XIIth will also be covered in a crash course manner to ensure highest possible outcome in the given duration.
Regular topic/chapter tests and 30 mock test papers toward the tail end of the course will ensure sufficient tracking, timely feedback and exposure to examination patterns.
Aims of teaching mathematics are to be framed in the light of the educational values of the subject. Value is the spring-board of aim. We know that mathematics has wide applications in our daily life. It has great cultural and disciplinary values. Thus we may mention the aims of teaching mathematics as under:
- To enable the students to solve mathematical problems of daily life. We have to select the content and methods of teaching so that the students are able to make use of their learning of mathematics in daily life.
- To enable the students to understand the contribution of mathematics to the development of culture and civilization.
- To develop thinking and reasoning power of the students.
- To prepare a sound foundation needed for various vocations. Mathematics is needed in various professions such as those of engineers, bankers, scientists, accountants, statisticians etc.
- To prepare the child for further learning in mathematics and the related fields. School mathematics should also aim at preparing him for higher learning in mathematics.
- To develop in the child desirable habits and attitudes like habit of hard work, self-reliance, concentration and discovery.
- To give the child an insight into the relationship of different topics and branches of the subject.
- To enable the child to understand popular literature. He should be so prepared that he finds no handicap in understanding mathematical terms and concepts used in various journals, magazines, newspapers etc.
- To teach the child the art of economic and creative living.
- To develop in the child rational and scientific attitude towards life.