Notice: Check out the updated blog!

Namaste, everyone! Hope you have been doing good.

If you have been a regular reader, you will have noticed that we have made some changes on the blog.

Currently, we are focusing on giving a more user-friendly experience to our readers. Hence, we have updated the blog, tweaked things a bit, added some stuff, and made it more easy to navigate.
Here are a few new things you will come across:

1. Testimonials Page: What People Are Saying

2. FAQs Page: FAQs (Coming soon in October!)

3. Time Tables: Design Your Time Table

4. Syllabus for March 2017 ICSE Board Exams: Syllabus 2017

5. Direct Links to the CISCE Publications: CISCE Publications

… And more!
Also, do let us know if you have any suggestions by leaving behind a comment in the Comments section below.

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NOTICE: Launching Helpline for ISC Students (Class 12)!

Hi there, everyone!


We are delighted to announce the launch of our new blog, Helpline for ISC Students (Class 12).




It is still under construction and we would be extremely grateful if you and your friends could help us build the blog by contributing your notes, experiences, etc. 

We will appreciate your help in making the new blog as successful as this one.

Do visit and please spread the word! 🙂


History: First War of Independence, Nationalism, and More! (NOTES)

One of our readers, Mr. Urav Maniar, was kind enough to share notes on History which he compiled by himself.

In his own words,

“Just trying to repay and say thanks for all notes I have availed from the blog.”

Thank you, Urav! We highly appreciate your initiative. These are some of the neatest and most organized notes we have come across and we’re sure that they will help fellow students immensely.


Here’s a link to the PDF file for the above-mentioned notes:

NOTES – History (Compiled by Urav Maniar)

You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them as required. We would appreciate it if you abstain from reproducing any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us. Thank you.



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Notice: Share your experiences with us!

Hi there, everyone!
Hope you all are doing good and are geared up for the new academic year! 😃

Remember me saying something about your experiences in tenth grade in a previous post?
Well, I think the time has come to actually come out and ask YOU to share YOUR STORIES with us.
I’m sure all our readers, especially current and future tenth grade students of ICSE, would love to hear more about how you endured tenth grade, what made it interesting, what lessons you learned, any tips you want to share, and of course, how your experiences were regarding not only the actual exam, but also the result and what happened when and if you sent it for revaluation.

And if you have more to share, we’d love to hear about it! 😃

Do take some time to send us brief recounts of your experiences living life as a tenth grade student of ICSE through our Share Your Story!” form.


Thank you and stay connected! Looking forward to hearing from you. 😊💛

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How to create time?

Do read this insightful post on time management! Hope it helps you schedule your priorities wisely this coming academic year. 🙂

Athipan's Insight

Time is money. Time decides fate. Time is everything.

If we miss this second, we cannot get it back. But if we spend it wise, we wouldn’t need it again.

Milkha singh, the flying sikh of India missed his olympic bronze medal in 1/10th of a second. That’s nearly nothing short than a blink of eye?


Oh wait! you know PT Usha? The golden girl of Indian athletics missed her olympic medal in 0.01 second. Yes, that’s 1/10th of a second. She was 20 years old during that race.

So, these two can best explain how important is 1/10th of a second. But being an athlete, I too have missed many medals in matter of seconds. It took me nearly 9 months to reduce my time from 13.50 secs to 12.00 seconds. So let me give you some techniques to create time.

80/20 rule:

This rule is also known…

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