1. BYJU’S Classes 1 month trial course is available for which classes? Students across classes 4 to 10 can attend and learn from BYJU’S Classes for 1 month at just Rs 2,000.
In this regard, does BYJU’s give free tablet?
Apply for one year subscription @ Byju’s and get a free Lenovo Tablet when you pay via Paytm.
Consequently, how many students are in BYJU?
BYJU’S has made a big impact on the online learning world since its launch in 2015. The India-based mobile learning app, created by Byju Raveendran—a teacher by choice and entrepreneur by chance—is now used by more than 15 million students and has 900,000 paying subscribers.
Is BYJU’s tuition classes free?
What is a free trial class and how do I register for a trial class? Your child can attend a free trial class to experience BYJU’S Classes first-hand.
BYJU’S scored higher in 8 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook. Vedantu scored higher in 1 area: CEO Approval.
Some aspirants feel that Unacademy’s free content is better than BYJU’s Free IAS Prep. While both the platforms offer good-quality paid content (courses or resources), Unacademy is believed to be an affordable option compared to BYJU’s (some full UPSC CSE courses offered).
Mathematics are broadly classified into two groups: Pure Mathematics (number system, geometry, matrix, algebra, combinatorics, topology, calculus) and Applied Mathematics (Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, numerical analysis, etc). Maths has a lot of formulas based on different concepts.
Since the Vedantu fees structure is different as per the different subscription plans, a standard 12 class package for board preparation costs around Rs 2699 per month and Rs 2333 for three months. Whereas a commerce plan is available at Vedantu Fees of Rs 3499 a month or a three-month package for Rs 3333.
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Meet Raveendran, a maths teacher who zeroed in on edutech start-up Byju’s.