What is Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10)?

Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) aka icsehelpline101 is a platform by the students, for the students. Of course, parents and teachers of ICSE students are also welcome here. 🙂


What is its purpose?

This platform has been created to mainly help students who find it difficult to cope with studies in tenth grade. We post notes, tips, and study material for the ICSE Class 10 Board Exams to guide students like us. Having been through tenth grade once, we know what it’s like to have to push yourself to the limit. You will find a mentor, guide, and a friend in us. 🙂


Who runs the blog?

Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) is run by a former tenth grade student of ICSE who goes by the name ICSE Helper. She scored 95.33 percent in her board exams with the help of her ever-supportive school teachers and parents.

ICSE Helper created this platform in 2013 during the summer break following her tenth grade board exams so that she could share her notes and tips with fellow students.

You will also see her sharing notes from other tenth grade students who are readers of the blog and have willingly contributed their notes for the purpose of this blog. We are ever grateful to them! 🙂


Want to know the best part of it all?

Everything posted on this site is absolutely FREE of cost and available 24/7 (provided you have access to the internet) for you to access at your convenience! No login required. No signing up to access the material. Unlimited downloads. No registration, and no formalities. 

All we ask is that you refrain from plagiarizing or distributing our content and give due credit to us wherever needed. Please go through our copyright policy given below and on the right sidebar of the page.


If you have any suggestions or questions, please leave a comment or send your feedback via our Contact Us page, and we’ll get back to you.

Also, do make sure to spread the word about this blog. There are probably thousands of students out there who may benefit from the material posted on here, if you would only talk to them about it. So, don’t be shy and click on that WhatsApp/Facebook/etc. button down below to let your friends/students/kids/neighbors/(the whole wide world!) benefit from the open resources available here.

Thank you for stopping by. Keep visiting to stay updated, and please subscribe via e-mail to get the latest notes and tips delivered in your inbox. 🙂


Psst… One last question. What’s up with the name?

Weeelll. Good question, huh? Maybe we’ll let you in on the secret one day. Till then, as readers like to call it, ICSE Helpline 101 it is. 🙂



Copyright © ICSE Helper and Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10), 2020. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to ICSE Helper and Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.


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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Tanvi,

      Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment!

      You definitely can! We have replied to your email regarding the same and look forward to your reply. 🙂

      Let us know if you have further questions.


  1. zoenme says:

    this is truly an amazing give back to the society act…I do hope more students like you continue to do this kind of good work then surely lesser students will face the pressure they do now ….

    Liked by 1 person

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi there!

      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave behind such kind, positive words! We hope to keep helping fellow students in the coming years, as well.

      Keep visiting, and do spread the word so that other students are encouraged to join in the initiative. Also, if you have any suggestions on how we can keep improving, then please let us know! 🙂


  2. Vagmi says:

    Hi! This is Vagmi, a tenth grader. Its June now, and i haven’t read a single chapter. I don’t attend tuitions. How do you think i should organise my studies so that i cover up????


  3. Mayank Goel says:

    Here is a recommendation for your site –
    have the notes in a clear page instead of us scrolling down to look for it…
    (If you have already done it please tell me where I can get the notes from a one page link)
    Another advice-
    Have a facebook page… It will help in making the page more famous.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ICSE Helper says:


      Hi there!

      Thank you very much for this valuable suggestion. We have taken your thoughts into consideration and have come up with the following page, Quick Links, wherein you will have access to all the notes from one page.
      We have also been contemplating the launch of the blog’s own Facebook page and shall look into the same at the earliest.

      We are glad to have proactive readers such as you. Do keep visiting and let us know how you find the above page. If there are any changes or suggestions for the same, please let us know through the comments section or our Contact Us form.

      Stay connected. 🙂


  4. Karthijos says:

    Hi ICSE helper
    First of all ,a big salute to u for ur beautiful thought to share .. Such a wonderful deed -to share what u know for benefitting others ..
    I found this site accidentally . And I am glad ..
    I will be appearing for the boards this year 2017 & quite nervous about it .. Mainly because I am not attending any tuitions and preparing stuff by myself .. So somewhere I feel a little insecure .. Glad I found ur site and am able to arrange things in a better way ..mainly the positive attitude part is so very motivational .. Thanx for the unconditional help that you are giving to so many in need .. I wish u all success and happiness always ..

    Liked by 1 person

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Karthijos,

      Thank you for taking the time to leave behind such an uplifting comment! We really appreciate it and are glad that you came across the blog. 🙂

      We still have a long way to go and in the meantime, if you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to drop us a line through our Contact Us or FAQs forms.

      Again, we are glad to be of help. It is readers like you who motivate us to keep posting new things on the blog. 🙂

      Thank you, and do keep visiting! We wish you all the best in your preparations. 😊👍🏼


  5. jhanvi shah says:

    Hey could you please upload ebooks for history n civics textbook which is good b coz i m not getting the frank bros. Book plz cud u scan and upload the same


    • ICSE Helper says:


      I am sorry, but that is kind of illegal. I cannot scan and upload an entire textbook without the publishers’ permission – it would be quite unfair. I would suggest that you directly contact the publishers and order a book.

      Thanks for visiting! 🙂


  6. hsuyaarhob says:

    Many many congratulations on the completion of your maiden year with this wonderful blog. U are really doing a great and a very kind job for all of us, by writing this blog. I hope and know that this blog will benefit hundreds of more students like me in the future years to come.

    I wud like to request a post on how to develop interest in boring subjects(at least for me!!) like Hindi and geo. I had also previously commented on another post asking advice on how to make notes. U had given quite a substantial reply and had also told tht u shall be writing a post for the same. If possible pls include also how to make notes directly from the textbook as well.

    Thank u and eagerly awaiting your reply and congrats once more


    Liked by 1 person

  7. SiMlai Arunava says:

    Mole concept and stoichiometry.
    1) the mass of 5.6 litres of a certain gas at STP is 12g,what is the relative molecular mass or molar mass of the gas.
    2)calculate the number of moles of carbon dioxide(CO2) which contain 8.00g of oxygen(O2).
    3)a student puts his signature with graphite pencil if the mass of the carbon in the signature is 10^-12,calculate the number of carbon atoms in his signature.


  8. hystericalselcouth says:

    I’ve heard that the history board paper was surprisingly easy throughout yesterday, so, thank god for that! However, the current ninth are quite intimidated of the massive portions. Any tips to help us out? I’m sure this blog will help me a lot in the near future!!!


    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hello and thanks for stopping by our blog! 🙂
      Tips? I would say, don’t think about it a lot but do keep in mind that the grades you get in your tenth Board Examinations will stay with you throughout and will have a great say in determining which college you go to for higher studies, especially outside of India. With that in mind, give it your best and work hard this year. Our senior told us that hard work, pure work, and honest work will make all the difference. Don’t sweat it but know that no matter how large the syllabus, it will work to enhance your knowledge. Take an interest in your subjects and you will find the remembering/memorizing part much easier.
      Good luck for the upcoming year and thanks for showing us your support! Keep visiting and happy blogging! 🙂


    • icsehelpline101 says:

      Hi Anu!

      Something that I recommend to everyone is to take an interest in your studies. Tell yourself that you love to study; that math and chemistry are your favorite subjects! Change your outlook, and never look at math and chemistry as a difficulty, but instead, as an opportunity to improve yourself.
      Practically, you can also try practicing math frequently. Set aside 30-60 minutes every day to practice math. Solve each and every example given in your textbook. Examples are given for a reason – to help you understand the basics and help you to solve any kind of sum you some across. For chemistry, I would suggest writing down 10-15 equations every day and memorizing them. Ask someone at home or a friend to quiz you and see if you remember them. If not, learn them again by WRITING. The more you will write the equations, the less prone you will be to making mistakes. You can also try making charts for comparative study of chapters such as Nitric Acid, Sulphuric Acid, HCl, Ammonia, etc.

      If you need more help, please don’t hesitate to ask! Thank you! 🙂


  9. Rahul says:

    please give me notes,study material of ‘Loyalities’ drama as iam finding difficulty and workbook is not avaliable in my area.

    please help


  10. Rahul says:

    please help me.

    If you can provide me Science(biology,Chemistry,Physics) and geography notes,study material or hints i will be highly helped and would be very thankful to you.

    Please email me if any.


    • icsehelpline101 says:


      I have posted notes for the subjects you have mentioned… On the bottom left corner of this page, you will see a rectangular drop-down box that reads ‘Categories/Subjects’. Choose a subject amd click on it, and you will be guided to a page with all the notes regarding that particular subject.
      I will be posting more notes soon, so don’t forget to keep yourself updated! If you need notes on a specific topic, please feel free to let me know. Thank you!


    • icsehelpline101 says:

      Hi Sarjana! I chose Economic Applications as a subject, and for that, I found the textbook by R.K. Lekhi sufficient for preparing for my exams. Even then, I will inquire about the best guidebooks available and let you know soon. Thanks for visiting!


  11. Kasib Ahmed says:

    i just wanted to ask you sir,that may you please tell the best books for all the subjects recommended for the boards exam to study…..(eg pysics- concise)


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