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At Bothra Classes, commencement of Regular Classes is preceded by the fine outlining of the course plan; it ensures at par progress of course and uniform coverage across all the batches. The duration of a lecture (any subject) is 90 minutes which is devoted for both theory and discussion.
Daily Practice Problem Sheet (DPPs): Students are given Daily Practice Problem Sheets (DPPs) which includes the problems based on portion studied in the previous classes thus it cumulates the subject learnt and helps in revision. The DPPs are then discussed in the lectures so the students have a platform to raise their doubts and participate in interactive discussion sessions. Lecture Notes & Modules: Lecture Notes are dictated (In English) to the students during lectures; in addition to it, students are given Modules (sheets) which have exercises along with summary of the topic. Home work is given from these sheets which is then discussed in the class. Periodic Test: Part Tests – PT (i.e. test of the portion covered between two consecutive tests) and Cumulative Test – CT (i.e. tests of the syllabus covered till that date) are conducted on regular intervals. The student’s preparation is then evaluated at National Level as these tests are conducted at all the Study Centres of Bothra Classes as per the same schedule and syllabus.
At Bothra Classes, we observe the following services to keep the parents informed and updated about their ward’s performance and attendance. Student’s Attendance in Regular Classes: Students attendance in the class is taken daily. The student who is found absent in the class without any prior intimation or a sanctioned leave, parent’s will be intimated about their ward’s absence. In case of long absenteeism, the parents are informed again and if the reason for absence is not found genuine and satisfactory then a disciplinary action is taken against the student which can be financial or suspension from designer replica handbagsclasses. The same procedure is followed in the periodic tests. Student’s Academic Performance: A Personal communication to the parents about the ward’s performance is also made by the institute in the form of Student’s Academic Performance and Evaluation Report. It comprises of the Marks scored by the student in the Periodic Tests held at Bothra Classes, Centre Rank, All Bothra Classes Rank, Percentage, Percentile, overall Graphical representation of the student’s performance and a summary of student’s attendance. NOTE: Parents can check the performance of their ward on the succeeding Monday of the test on our website under the Student’s Performance Report section.
The course curriculum which is covered at Bothra Classes is as per the syllabus of all these entrance examinations. The portion is so vast that it covers the syllabus of all engineering competitive examinations. However, few topics are not included in the syllabus of JEE but are included in the syllabus of class XII board portion; For such topics, we do arrange extra classes for students of class XII once we complete with their JEE syllabus. We do conduct MOCK Tests to give our students a rehearsal of these exams. Also, all the prominent competitive entrance examinations of engineering including JEE are objective in nature and the students at Bothra Classes are given sufficient practice for solving such problems.
Bothra Classes does not have any formal or informal tie up with any of the schools anywhere in the country. A Student joining the Classroom Contact Programmes in Class-XI or XII will have to simultaneously join a school to undergo formal school education i.e. to appear in Board examinations. Also the course fee of Bothra Classes does not include the tuition fee for school.
Bothra Classes doesn’t have its own hostels; however, numerous hostels and PG’s are available close to the Institute.