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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.

We invite students, parents and teachers to provide feedback through our contact us form to help us improve wherever possible to make educational resources free and of high quality for students.

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.

We have a team of highly experienced content developers who are mostly teachers and advisers from various schools and institutes who tell us about the latest developments which we convey to our students through the blog section. This team is supported by developers and also a legal expert who helps us to protect our content from other websites who try to copy/ steal our content. As teachers contribute to our website as we do not sell any content thus we strongly discourage usage of our material by other websites without written permission from our legal team and the relevant teacher. Except as permitted by the copyright law applicable to you, you may not reproduce or communicate any of the content on this website, including files downloadable from this website, without the permission of the copyright owner.

We have also developed a section for tutors where teachers and home tutors can register and can be contacted by students and parents free of charge. We have observed many websites charging commission from parents to share contact details but Studiestoday provides this service free to both parents and teachers.

In a vast country like India where millions of children don't have access to good quality and expensive study material and coaching, providing them free educational material is a small step towards making future generation more capable.

We will always continue to provide the CBSE and NCERT based study material free for students. You are also invited to please send your material which can useful for other students. Also please send us your feedback and your requirements which we will further update on this website.

Latest CBSE News

  • In case you have passed your CBSE examination post 1975 and you have misplaced your mark sheets then this is a good news for you! CBSE has provided the facility as per which you can get your duplicate mark sheet and certificates from the regional offices of CBSE. This facility is available for students who have passed the Board examinations in 1975 or later. CBSE will be charging fees for...
  • Recently, CBSE has released a notice stating that board exams will begin in the month of February and continue March 2019. The board exams for vocational subjects will take place first and core subjects exam will be held afterwards. In class 10, there are 15 vocational subjects and in class 12, there are 40 subjects of skill education. This year you will very soon get the complete information...
  • The central government has issued a notification to start celebrating National Education Day on 11th November every year. The day has been decided based on the birth date of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. He was a great Indian Scholar and had contributed immensely to the freedom movement in India. He was also the first Minister of Education in the Indian government. In this regard you will see many...
  • The examination season is approaching soon with pre boards for class 10 and class 12 being planned in the month of January in many schools in India followed by board exams starting during last week of February with main papers exams to be held starting March. The students feel tensed with mounting pressure from parents and teachers leading to lack of preparation and loosing confidence. Here are...
  • The date to submit the candidate's list for the CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Exam 2019 has been extended by the central board. Read more to get the detailed information about the latest news about this date extension for the application. Earlier the last date announced to submit the fees and candidates list for the CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Exam was on Nov 2, 2018. The Central Board of Secondary Education...
  • CBSE has recently released the sample question papers for class 10 and class 12 board exams for 2019. The sample papers were released last week with marking schemes which the students can download in pdf format and practise them to understand the type of questions which are going to come in the board exams. CBSE has also released the marking schemes for all the papers to help students to...
  • Many students tend to concentrate more on books which have been published by private publishers and less on the books which have been published by NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training). There are doubts amongst students and parents on whether they should do the studies as per the NCERT books or as per other books available in the market. This article will address these...