What's the best time to start preparing for the IIT-JEE? Why, when you are in Class VI, of course. Well, barbs apart, this one is certainly a good start.
With education becoming too competitive and entrance exams becoming the criteria for admissions and seats, the pressure on students to do well in the examinations is ever increasing. In most cases, students fail to perform in spite of being well-preparedness.
To overcome this pressure or phobia, the Literacy House of the Andhra Mahila Sabha is organizing a 5-day workshop on Study Skills and Examination Techniques at its OU campus, being handled by J P Bharathi, a renowned psychologist and an English expert. The workshop is aimed for students of Class VI to Class X, and uses techniques based on Mindmapping, Reading Techniques, Examination Techniques, Revision Techniques and also Study Planning.
The registration fee for the course is Rs. 300 per participant, and the last date for registration is 15th September. The timings are 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
Andhra Mahila Sabha was started by Dr Durgabai Deshmukh 60 years ago from her home in Mylapore, Chennai, and has since expanded to various institutions across Chennai and Hyderabad. The primary focus of the organisation is providing relief, comprehensive care and rehabilitation to all who need it, in the areas of education, health, vocational skills and shelter.
Please contact Swarna Durga at 2709-6464, 2709-8406 for further details.