DIAS is good but don’t expect them to complete the portion.
or pay them in installments which is better and the best decision i’ve made considering how they turned out.
they don’t have any coaching staff for maths except Vajpayee so the topics which he won’t be teaching he brings someone else who had been preparing for more than 2-3years or someone from DU.
but IMS is plain worse but the student atmosphere there is good which is not available in DIAS as my batch had only 10 students and 5 are regular and the rest module wise joiners.
This means government targets should not only be the assessment scores, but should also include the number of new foundation phase teachers. Interventions made at the secondary level do not raise exit level mathematical performances. It might raise general performance, which is fine, but we need to recognise what interventions at the secondary level will provide and what they will not. Therefore, as we talk about ‘second chance’ programmes, we need to recognise what the outcome will be, and it may not be raised mathematics scores at grade 12 level.
That’s great, but why even mention that? The facts and rules of the sciences are essentially set, as are many of the pathways required to understand and then apply them. Obviously. Those four cousins faced many issues related to attaining their qualifications that were not reasonable however. Perhaps they didn’t notice, but they’d be in a tiny minority if so. In the last 40 years, we’ve been trying to deal with those issues. This sounds like a continuation of that. So what is the issue? Doing nothing different is not an option. Do you not understand that?