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Corporate Tie-up

SRI BHARADWAJ will tie-up with school / Institution sessions will take place on campus. The student is offered the choice of subjects depending upon the course offered by the School/Institution and no. of batches created per unit of study.

Resources include tailor-made courseware for Regular Class Room Programs includes:

FOUNDATION STONE - VI to VIII Classes - Tthis program is exclusively for olympiads, vedic mathematics and abacus problems.

STEPPING STONE – IX & X Classes – The  philosophy behind the program is to catch them young and start training early. It is designed to strength the students for ISEET, IIT – JEE, AIEEE, BITS, NEET, AFMC, etc., this course is also prepares  the students for prestigious Olympiads.

META STONE – XI Class – It’s an exhaustive entrance examination preparation programme with a sharp focus on entrance examination along with transit students smoothly from XIth to XIIth and build a strong foundation of their basic subjects.

MILE STONE – XII Class – It is Compact and rigorous, and helps the student to take the ISEET, IIT – JEE, AIEEE, NITs, BITS, PMT, NEET, AFMC, etc., with full confidence.

SRI BHARADWAJ understands that different people learn in different ways, so classes are taught on various levels. Board displays and other visual aids are employed whenever possible to reach those who learn visually. Explanations are thorough for the audio learners. A training model is employed that gives students a good deal of hands-on time during the session so they can learn by doing. And an analysis of each student helps determine which of these approaches will be the most useful for each individual student.

Finally, the services offered by the company are differentiated from competitors by the quality of
SRI BHARADWAJ’s teaching standards. Apart from technology it has fun, energy, and has a certain stage presence that makes it interesting to attend the tutoring sessions. Moreover, there will be personalized attention and focus on the specific needs of individual students.