E-learning helps balance study and work

| September 5, 2019

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Over 3 crore students prepare for competitive exams every year in the country. A considerable percentage of them pursue a full-time job as well. In such a scenario, most of them either join evening or weekend coaching classes. This involves travelling to the institute every day after work, or setting aside time for the classes on weekends. This is usually in addition to other work one may have on their day off, and may force the student to cram on the weekends instead of preparing in a systematic manner. Especially with regards to competitive exams, studying while working can be difficult, and requires immense hard work and perseverance.

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