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    BYJU’S students ace CBSE exams in Haryana, secure prominent ranks

    Published on October 26, 2020

    Students of BYJU’S, the world’s most valuable edtech company, have once again outdone themselves in the CBSE board results. Atulya Yadav, student of RPS Senior Secondary School, Khatod has secured a prominent position in the merit list. He with 97.3 percent marks in 10th standard board exams secured first rank in CBSE’s district merit list. Students like him chose BYJU’S to strengthen their conceptual clarity as well as to have access to a vast number of practice tests.

    Today, online learning has completely transformed the way students learn. Unlike the traditional methods, online learning explains concepts in a simpler, easier, and more effective manner. BYJU’S, which aims to help students fall in love with learning, offers an engaging and effective learning experience by creating personalized learning journeys for individual students based on their proficiency levels. It empowers students to learn at their own pace and style. BYJU’S offers original content, watch-and-learn videos, animations and interactive simulations that help students learn things easily.

    Speaking on the success, Divya Gokulnath, Co-Founder and Teacher, BYJU’S, said, “This is truly a proud moment for everyone at BYJU’S. We congratulate Atulya Yadav for his excellent achievement in the board exams. At BYJU’S, we ensure that students get access to the best teachers and prep materials from the day they begin their learning journey with us. We strongly focus on creating a personalised learning experience for each student that provides an in-depth understanding of their learning gaps and strengths. Engaging video lessons and interactive live classes help us deliver the best quality content for each child. We truly believe Atulya’s success is a testament to the effectiveness of our online learning platforms.”

    BYJU’S student and district rank 1 holder, Atulya said, “I thank my parents and my mentors without whom this achievement wouldn’t have been possible. It is their constant motivation and support that helped me learn effectively. The experienced faculty at BYJU’s also explained concepts in detail with lots of examples, making learning super fun. It is a great moment and I take inspiration to progress further from here.”

    With 260 million school-going students in India sitting at home due to the pandemic, it is of utmost importance that their health is protected while also ensuring that their learning remains uninterrupted. In its efforts to support the education system, in early March, BYJU’S announced free access to its learning app, to support and help students and parents cope with the sudden temporary closure of schools. Since the announcement, the company has witnessed over 25 million new students learning on it and has seen students from both metros and non-metros extensively accessing lessons on the app. 

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