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Studiestoday.com has been developed and promoted by principals and teachers of the most reputed schools of India. The team of experts bring together more than 40 years of teaching experience for the benefit of students and parents. We bring together CBSE and NCERT education related resources such as NCERT solutions, NCERT books, CBSE worksheets in pdf format and other useful resources like Sample papers with solutions, past year question papers, test papers, concepts as per CBSE and NCERT curriculum. All this can help children, parents and teachers to excel in examinations. Our team of experienced teachers are working hard to continuously update our website with useful material for students. All information and educational resources provided to students is free of cost. Studiestoday.com doesn't charge any money from students for accessing resources or from teachers/ tutors who advertise on this website or share their resources.

We try our best to provide high quality study material to our students which is developed and contributed by teachers from schools all over India. We thank 1000s of teachers who have provided educational material created by them to be loaded on Studiestoday. Millions of students from all over the world access the study materials and download then in pdf files free of cost. We allow students to download all educational content so that they can use them when they are not accessing the internet.

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Hundreds of Teachers who are associated with Studiestoday have provided us worksheets, Assignments, Sample Papers and various other good quality study material prepared by them. We have uploaded the study material on our portal which has been downloaded by millions of students in India and other countries also. We are thankful to these teachers who have come forward to contribute to our website and provide educational content for students.

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Latest CBSE News

  • Exam times are one of the most hectic and nerve-racking periods in the student’s life ever. This pressure will more increase if the board exams are going on. During the exam times students don’t eat, sleep properly in the burden to perform well in the board exams. But they always forget that the brain also requires a lot of energy as a portion of food, rest i.e. good nutrition to work well.  To...
  • There are some chapters in Social Science for class 10 which CBSE has decided to drop them. CBSE has taken this decision so keep in mind that these chapters are irrelevant and in future will not be included in exams. Therefore, CBSE has decided to drop five Social Science chapters from this academic session of class 10th syllabus including ‘Challenges to Democracy’ and ‘Political Struggles and...
  • Nowadays children are very busy with their day to day study. They are very much busy that they even don’t have time for themselves. Burden and competition in education is growing day by day and due to this students are not able to enjoy their life. It is very important for every student to indulge in some other extracurricular or after school programs so that they can spend some time exploring...
  • CBSE Class 10, 12 Results 2019: After so many predictions, rumours about the CBSE class 10th and class 12th results, finally the date is out now and the dates are also confirmed by the CBSE officials. According to the CBSE officials, the result will be declared by after the May 1st week i.e. between May 8, 2019, and May 15, 2019. Download CBSE class 10 Physics electricity notes prepared by expert...
  • Since last year, CBSE has made the class 10th board exams mandatory for all the schools affiliated to CBSE. Well, all the questions come in the board exam are based on the concepts and topics mentioned in the class 10th science NCERT books. For doing well in the board exams students have to prepare from the NCERT book as well as students can also refer other books to study the topics given in the...
  • As per the latest updates, the Delhi University has made certain changes in their curricular system. Earlier, Delhi University had announced the registration date was 15th April 2019. Now the news coming from the DU is Delhi University postponed the admission process for both under-graduation and post-graduation courses. Now the registration process is likely to begin on the first May 2019....
  • Computers and software have become present everywhere. From booking a railway ticket to watching an IPL match on a smartphone, it is all down to coding and software. It is not surprising that the computer and software industry will provide the bulk of jobs in the coming years. Currently, India has 5.2 million employees who develop software, and the number will increase exponentially in the coming...