I-VIII (All Subjects)

Mathematics


Excellent Coaching For Science & Commerce offers support for Mathematics for classes VIIIth to Xth curriculum, based on the Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation System

The aims of this program are as follows:

  • Inculcate a habit of regular study as per schedule

  • Identify weak concepts in these subjects.

  • Improve on the identified weak concepts.

  • Build a strong foundation for grades VIIIth to Xth

  • Be familiar with exam writing strategies

The main objectives of this program is to make the students able to :

  • Know and demonstrate understanding of the concepts from the five branches of mathematics. (number, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, statistics and probability, and discrete mathematics)

  • use appropriate mathematical concepts and skills to solve problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations including those in real-life contexts

  • Select and apply general rules correctly to solve problems including those in real-life contexts.

  • select and apply appropriate inquiry and mathematical problem-solving techniques

  • recognize patterns

  • describe patterns as relationships or general rules

  • draw conclusions consistent with findings

  • Justify or prove mathematical relationships and general rules.

  • use appropriate mathematical language (notation, symbols, terminology) in both oral and written explanations

  • use different forms of mathematical representation (formulae, diagrams, tables, charts, graphs and models)

  • Move between different forms of representation.

  • explain whether their results make sense in the context of the problem

  • explain the importance of their findings

  • justify the degree of accuracy of their results where appropriate

  • Suggest improvements to the method when necessary.

The course offered includes entire support study material, worksheets and tests.

Science

The aims and objectives of Teaching Science in Excellent Coaching For Science & Commerce is for :

  • Arousing and maintaining interest in nature and in the physical and social environment and its sources.

  • Developing the habit of observation, exploration, classification and systematic way of thinking.

  • Developing the child’s powers of manipulative, creative and inventive faculties.

  • Inculcation of habits of healthy

  • Developing the ability to reach generalization and to apply them for solving every problem.

  • Understanding the impact of science upon the way of life.

  • Developing interest in scientific hobbies.

  • Inspiring children by stories about scientists and their discoveries.

English

The aims and objectives of Teaching English are to :

  • Learn the basics of the English language that would form the foundation for its mastery in the future

  • use the basic structures of English sentences

  • learn the core vocabulary assigned for this stage

  • listen to and understand simple English

  • express themselves orally using simple English

  • read and understand simple written English materials

  • write simple guided sentences in English

  • develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication

Social Studies

Social Studies teach children their roles and responsibilities particularly in relation to social and civic affairs. It helps students develop critical thinking abilities, prepares them to participate competently and productively as concerned citizens and teaches them to address societal and global concerns using literature, technology and other identifiable community resources. Social studies include history, geography, political science, sociology, economics and civics and it is an integral part in ensuring well-rounded education.

Accounts

Accountancy is the science of recording, classifying and summarizing transactions so that relation with outsiders is exactly determined and result of operation during a particular period can be calculated, and the financial position as the end of the period may be shown.

Aims

  • To familiarize the students with accounting as an information system.

  • To acquaint the students with basic concepts of accounting & accounting standards.

  • To develop the skills of using accounting equation in processing business transactions.

  • To develop an understanding about recording of business transactions and preparation of financial statements.

  • To enable the students with accounting for reconstitution & dissolution of partnership firms.

  • To familiarize students with the fundamentals of computerized system of accounting.

Objectives –

Accounting helps the students:

  • To maintain the cash accounts through the Cash Book and to find out the Cash balance on any particular day.

  • To maintain various other Journals for recording day-to –day non –cash transactions.

  • To maintain various Ledger Accounts to find out the exact amounts of incomes and expenses or gain and losses or receivables and payables.

  • To furnish information regarding Purchases and Sales, both Cash and Credit.

  • To find out the net profit or net loss or surplus or deficit for any particular period.

  • To find out the total capital on a particular date.

  • To find out the positions of assets on a particular date.

  • To find out the position of liabilities on a particular date.

  • To detect any defalcations and to check the frauds and misappropriations of money.

  • To detect the various errors and to rectify those through entries in the journal proper.

  • To confirm about the arithmetical accuracy of the books of accounts.

  • To help the management by supplying accounting ratios, reports and relevant data.

  • To calculate the cost of productions.

  • To help the management formulate policies for controlling cost, preparation of quotation for competitive supply etc.

Economics

The study of Economics plays an important role throughout our life. Today, economic issues are drawing the attention of every citizen directly or indirectly. Further, the learning of Economics helps the student to participate effectively in economic and social affairs and to take intelligent decisions in day-to-day life. In the interests of our own survival and of the nation, there is no education more important than that which helps us to understand our economic problems and reflect on them.

Objectives –

  • To acquaint students with the contemporary economic problems and to help them appreciate the efforts being made to solve these problems.

  • To foster an urge among students for effective participation in the task of economic reconstruction.

  • To prepare students to cope with the necessary stress and strain during the process of economic development.

  • To acquaint students about different criteria of dividing world economy and find out why some countries are rich and some poor.

  • To develop among students an understanding of nation’s physical and human resources and their potentialities for economic development.

  • To deepen the knowledge and understanding about the impact of development on environment.

  • To develop among students favorable attitudes towards conservation and wise use of our natural resources avoiding their misuse and wastage.

  • To help students understand that various sectors of Indian economy are interlinked and that all the sectors must develop simultaneously through planned and coordinated efforts.

  • To familiarize students with basic terminology and elementary ideas of Economics.

  • To help students acquire skills in interpreting simple statistical data

Business Studies

Today business activities are changing at a faster speed because of the advancement of science and technology and better communication system Modern method of production and distribution have made today’s business world a global market. Business is taught as an academic subject at secondary level in India and many other countries. There is the triumph of Business education in the era of Globalization. This subject has gained widespread popularity with the expansion of business – trade in the country and abroad. Hence, the importance of the traditional degrees has been drastically reduced over the last few decades and Business Studies is now being taught with more importance. Thus, the need of hour is to enable our students to look into and interact with the modern business environment that affects their everyday life.

The broad objectives of teaching business studies are to enable the students to:

  • A Understand the nature and scope of business activities and various forms of business organization

  • An Appreciate the role of business in the economy and its obligations towards the community.

  • A Recognize the various social values and business ethics.

  • An Understand the concept of trade and various service activities those facilitate a trade like transport, communication, warehousing, banking and insurance.

  • An Identify the role of Information Technology in business sector.

  • An Understand the process of selling and distribution in Modern Business world.

  • A Be acquainted with the rights and responsibilities of the consumer and their protection.

  • A Choose the career in business in terms of profit as well as self-employment.

History

The word, history is derived from the Greek word ‘historic’, meaning ‘inquiry’, learning by inquiry’, or ‘the result of an inquiry ‘(Kykkotis, 1957). Herodotus (484-425 B.C.), the ‘Father of History’, was the first person to write an organized account of Past events. It  is an inquiry into the various developments that took place in the past and into the lives and works of the various individuals associated with those events. It is an inquiry into the inevitable changes in human affairs in the past and the ways these changes affect, influence or determine the patterns of life in the society. The teaching of history in institute bears the full brunt of both social influences and reforms. The aims and tasks, fundamental values, content and techniques underlying the study of history are all changing. The problems arising as time goes by cannot be resolved without corresponding changes in basic and further teacher training;

The modern-day teacher of history is not only a professional with a profound grasp of knowledge and child psychology, but also a person entrusted with the mission of humanizing and harmonizing human relations. A history teacher is a highly versatile, sensitive person capable of assisting a child in his/her individual development, his/her increasing self-awareness and the establishment of his/her cultural identity. At the same time, that person must be capable of working with others, communicating with the most diverse layers of the population, expressing his/her viewpoint and participating in the processes through which democratic values are asserted in our society.

Political Science

The aim of teaching Political science is to provide a basic understanding of how the govt in India functions and compares our governance with those that exist in various other nations around the world.

The main objectives of teaching Political science are to :

Reflect a balance of local, national and global content.

  • Reflect a balance of Past, Present and future content.

  • Foster active learning and social interaction.

  • Reflect a clean commitment to democratic beliefs and values.

  • Foster the knowledge and appreciation of diversity.

  • Foster the building of self esteem

  • Incorporate thinking skills and interpersonal skills

  • Stress and identification, understanding and solution of local, national and global problems.

  • Provide many opportunities for students to learn and practice the basic skills of participation from Observation to Advocacy.

Sociology

Sociology focuses on the systematic understanding of social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change. Major themes in sociological thinking include the interplay between the individual and society, how society is both stable and changing, the causes and consequences of social inequality, and the social construction of human life. Understanding sociology helps discover and explain social patterns and see how such patterns change over time and in different settings. By making vivid the social basis of everyday life, sociology also develops critical thinking by revealing the social structures and processes that shape diverse forms of human life.

The highly qualified faculties with years of teaching experience behind them provide the students with guidance & training of unmatched excellence.