Online Teaching and Learning for Competitive Examinations in India

  • K. Krishnan Centre for Management Development

Abstract

This paper discusses the various aspects of online education, and facilities and applications for efficient coaching for success in the competitive examinations conducted by various government agencies like Staff Selection Commission, Union Public Service Commission and Banking Service Recruitment Board etc. for recruiting suitable candidates for various outstanding positions with all India service liability. It makes a survey of the prominent institutions engaged in providing online training to various competitive examinations at the all India level.

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Author Biography

K. Krishnan, Centre for Management Development

Assistant Librarian, Centre for Management Development, Thycaud, Thiruvananthapuram - 695 014, Kerala.

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Published
2021-06-18
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