Ever since the beginning, technology has been changing the face of the world in several exotic ways. However in the last decade, the Educational Sector is one of the areas that have been affected the most by the fast-paced technology advancements. By mixing technology with education, a new term was coined – DIGITAL EDUCATION.

Digital Education aims at providing a new approach to make education accessible to everyone. Irrespective of the demographic constraints or financial hardships, this approach lets students, even from the remotest areas of the country, to be able to study from the best quality learning resources. This trend of digital education is becoming the new favourite among students because of the unlimited opportunities it provides for them to customise their study routine as per their own comfort. Students can now–

  • Study from home, comfortably
  • Pay more attention and learn fast
  • Learn at a self-paced rate
  • Have better communication with their teachers/mentors

This advent of Digital Learning in the Education sector is not only encouraged by students and parents, but also by several business firms that have been investing in the Digital Education Market. This market is said to be one of the biggest potential markets in India. According to a survey by KPMG & Google (May, 2017), India’s digital education market is set to grow to 1.96 billion by the year 2021 with a record of 9.6 million active users.

Most of the schools, colleges and coaching centres have already switched to the digital learning methods. Rather than using the traditional way of teaching, the teachers have started using Pen-Drives and online modules to teach students. Let’s have a look at how these Pen-drive courses have the potential to change the overlook of the education system-

  • Extended Customer Reach:
    The teachers and institutions can now reach out to students in any corner of the country, thus allowing them to increase their customer reach multifold.
  • Secure Software:
    The content of the pen-drives are secured using the best encryption techniques, preventing the notes and other learning material from falling into hands of a third party vendor or getting copied through an unauthorized source.
  • Better Advertising & Customisation:
    The software can be easily customised as per the requirement of the teachers, providing a better way to advertise their courses or institutions among students all around the country.
  • User-friendly platform:
    There are easy-to-use admin panels that help teachers design course structures or periodic tests for students.

This era of Digital Education is advancing rapidly at an exponential rate. With so many institutions and teachers having switched their primary teaching approach to ‘Digital Learning’ and multiple business firms willing to invest in this sector, we can say that this decade will see Digital Education Market as the most trending and profitable sector in the business world.


Over the years, Digital Education has created a huge impact on the education sector throughout the country. Estimated to grow to 1.96 billion and have a record of 9.6 million users by the year 2021, Digital Education has become one of the biggest trends in the market nowadays.
Let us now have an insight into the reasons accounting for this exponential growth.

  • COMFORT: No more carrying heavy books around and sticking to strict time tables, students get to choose time-table according to their comfort, without having to travel long distance to coaching centres. Best quality education at your doorstep! Can learning get any simpler?
  • GREATER ABILITY TO CONCENTRATE: Most of the times, students complain that they could not pay attention to the teacher in the class because they got distracted by activities of fellow classmates. By opting for digital education, you can choose a quiet place for yourself with minimum distraction and study peacefully.
  • SELF-PACED LEARNING: Are you a morning person but cannot attend classes because you have to go to work? Or are you a night person but have to regularly attend morning classes? Now you can learn at your own pace in a quiet, comfortable environment. You will also be able to easily assess your progress by attempting various mock tests and online quizzes available in your courses.
  • MORE INTERACTION WITH MENTORS: Evidence shows that students tend to participate more in chats and discussion forums rather than face-to-face sessions with their teachers. Thus, with digital education, we aim at encouraging every student to come forward and interact with their teachers unhesitatingly in order to get a better understanding of the subject.
  • EXPLORE DIFFERENT AREAS: One of the most important aspects of Digital Education is that learning is no longer confined to strict curriculum and syllabus. Students can explore other different areas based on their interests, sign up for certification courses or learn new skills. These courses can not only expand your knowledge base, but also make your resume look more lucrative to the recruiters.

The advent of Digital Education in India has simplified education to a whole new level. By providing endless opportunities to both the students and the teachers, the Digital Education Platform is going to be the biggest trend in the Education Sector in no time.



“Necessity is the mother of invention.” From grocery shopping to money investment, since everything is turning digital these days, then why not education too?

Ever since the last decade, the Indian education system has witnessed a drastic turnover due to the advent of digital education techniques. Started as a secondary source of help for students to learn better and faster, the Digital Education Revolution has now become an integral part of the education sector with a record of over 1.6 million users. Nowadays almost all of the traditional models of learning are being embedded into digital platforms, thus creating a new era of a more-efficient education system for both the students and the teachers.

Because of a large number of people connected to digital platforms these days, if we upgrade our education system and switch to digital education rather than the traditional way of learning, we can aim to bring awareness even to the remotest areas that lack good quality teachers or infrastructures. With the help of these Digital Education Platforms, we can not only make education accessible to everyone but also contribute towards increasing the literacy rate of the nation which has been posing as a major social concern for a very long time.

So far, this concept of Digital Education Revolution has caught attention of a large number of people in India and according to a report by KPMG and Google, Digital Education is one of the major emerging trends these days with India’s Digital Education Market to grow to 1.96 billion by 2021, having a record number of around 9.6 million users.


Digital education

Now, let’s have a look at how stepping into the world of Digital Education would affect the key communities in the country:

For Students

  • Flexible learning: Students no longer have to stick to fixed long hours of studying. They can study as per their convenience, whenever and wherever they want.
  • Unlimited access to books and study materials: Instead of carrying heavy books everywhere around them, students can gain access to numerous books and study materials in just one click.
  • Easy communication: During classroom learning, students are sometimes unable to raise a question when they have a doubt. But with this technique of digital learning, they can easily communicate with the teachers whenever they want.
  • New areas to explore: With the rise of digital education, students can easily sign up for various online certification courses and develop some cutting-edge skills to improve their resume and increase the chances of getting their dream job.

For Educators

  • Increased student reach: This technology of digital education overcomes all the demographic constraints, allowing the teachers to reach out to students not just in the same city or state, but anywhere in the country.
  • Preparation of digital lectures: Teachers can now get their lectures recorded on a digital platform, enhanced with animations and graphics. These digital lectures can help them conduct a more interactive and flexible session with the students.
  • Better Advertising and Increased Sales: With the help of these digital platforms, teachers can choose to get the logo or image of their institutes printed on the devices, helping them better advertise their courses leading to increased sales.

The advent of digital education in India comes with great advantages not just for the students or teachers, but also for the betterment of the social structure of the nation by making education accessible to everyone.


The Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) examination is conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) every year. The examination is conducted in three tiers and candidates are required to successfully complete each tier to get selected for a job. Any candidate who holds a Higher Secondary Education degree (passed the class 12th examinations) is eligible to apply for this entrance examination. The various posts for which this exam is conducted are:

  • Data Entry Operators (DEO) –               Pay Band-1 (Rs.5200 – Rs.20200); Grade Pay – Rs.2400
  • Lower Division Clerks (LDC) –              Pay Band-1 (Rs.5200 – Rs.20200); Grade Pay – Rs.1900
  • Postal Assistants (PO) –                           Pay Band-1 (Rs.5200 – Rs.20200); Grade Pay – Rs.2400

The Tier – I exam is an objective assessment which is divided into four sections – Logical Reasoning, General Awareness, English and Quantitative Aptitude. Each section contains 25 questions having a weightage of 2 marks per question. There is also negative marking of 0.5 marks for each incorrectly answered question.
The Logical Reasoning section includes the following topics:-
Data Sufficiency, Inequalities, Puzzle, Seating Arrangement, Blood relations, Syllogism, Semantic series, Venn Diagrams, Critical Thinking, Coding and Decoding, Pattern Recognition and some other sub-topics, including numerical operations.
The General Awareness section includes the following topics:-
Indian history, Geography, Economics, Politics, Technology and other topics, including current affairs and general knowledge.
The English section includes the following topics:-
Reading comprehension, Para jumbles, Error correction, Fill in the blanks, One-word substitution, Active/Passive voice, Direct/Indirect Speech and Miscellaneous problems.
The Quantitative Aptitude section includes the following topics:-
Simplification, Number systems, Profit & Loss, Simple/Compound Interest, Work & Time, Time & Distance, Data Interpretation, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Sequence & Series.

After clearing the Tier-I exam, the candidate becomes eligible for the Tier-II exam which is a descriptive assessment. This exam involves two sections – Essay writing and Application (Letter) Writing.
The Essay Writing is mainly focused on one of these topics:- Finance & Economy, Climate Issues, Politics, National Interest, Social Issues, Government Schemes, Sports, Technology.
The Letter Writing involves questions on following topics:- Complaint Letter, Suggestion Letter, Social Appreciation Letter, Feedback or Follow-Up Letter.

The candidates who clear the cutoff for the Tier-II exam will be eligible for the Tier-III which is a skill based exam, comprising of a typing test and an interview.

However, the number of candidates applying for this examination is very high and thus a highly dedicated preparation is required to clear all the tiers and get recruited for one of the above-mentioned posts. The Edu-drives Pendrive Preparation course helps you prepare for these entrance examinations by providing the highest quality education at a very affordable price. Our module includes video lectures by subject experts, study materials, important notes, mock tests and previous years’ question papers. The entire course is available on a pen-drive and is accessible anytime, anywhere. No internet connection is required. All these features make this course the perfect way to prepare for the SSC CHSL Examination.



RRB or Railway Recruitment Board conducts written examinations under the 21 RRBs in India for recruitment of candidates for several posts. Following are the 21 Railway Recruitment Boards in India that conduct RRB Examination:

1.RRB Ahmedabad                                                            2. RRB Ajmer
3. RRB Allahabad                                                              4. RRB Bangalore
5. RRB Bhopal                                                                    6. RRB Bhubaneshwar
7. RRB Bilaspur                                                                  8. RRB Chandigarh
9. RRB Chennai                                                                  10. RRB Gorakhpur
11. RRB Guwahati                                                              12. RRB Jammu – Srinagar
13. RRB Kolkata                                                                 14. RRB Malda
15. RRB Mumbai                                                               16. RRB Muzaffarpur
17. RRB Patna                                                                    18. RRB Ranchi
19. RRB Secunderabad                                                   20. RRB Siliguri
21. RRB Thiruvananthapuram

The examinations are conducted for various posts, including both technical and non-technical jobs.


  1. RRB JE (Junior Engineer) Post

Any graduate, having a Bachelor’s Degree (preferably in any field in Engineering), between the age 18 to 25 is eligible to apply for this exam. Shortlisting of candidates is done through a process of Written Examination and a round of Personal Interview. The examination is an objective-based assessment consisting of the following four sections:

  • General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • General Awareness
  • Questions based on the technical subjects

Overall, the paper comprises of 200 questions and the candidates are allotted 2 hours to complete the assessment. There is also negative marking for wrong answers. All the candidates who successfully clear the cutoff for the written examination are called for the Personal Interview round, based on which the final result is decided.

  1. RRB SSE (Senior Section Engineer) Post

Any candidate who has completed a 4 year Bachelor’s Degree in Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Electrical engineering, Electronics Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechatronics, Industrial engineering, Machining Instrumentation & Control engineering, Tools & Machining, Tools & Die making, Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering, M, Sc, Electronics, Instrumentation & Control Engineering from recognized University or Institute is eligible for this exam.

The shortlisting process and examination pattern for this post is almost same as for the Junior Engineer Post.

  1. RRB ALP (Assistant Loco Pilot) Post

For this post, candidates who have completed their SSC/Matriculation are eligible to apply. Also, the candidates should have the minimum age of 18 years to maximum age of 25 years. Shortlisting of the candidates would be done on the basis of their score in the written test and their interview.

The written examination is conducted in two stages. The first stage consists of the following sections:

  • Mathematics
  • General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • General Science
  • General Awareness

However, the second stage consists of the following sections:

  • Mathematics
  • General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • Basic Science and Engineering
  • General Awareness
  • Technical Subjects

Candidates who clear the cutoff for the written examination will be eligible for the interview round which will decide the final result.

  1. RRB NTPC (Non-Technical Posts)

This exam is conducted for non-technical posts like Commercial Apprentice, Goods Guard, Traffic Apprentice and Assistant, etc.

Shortlisting of candidates is done on the basis of a computer-based examination and an interview round. The exam consists of 100 questions, divided into the following sections:

  • General Knowledge
  • Arithmetic Ability
  • General Intelligence
  • General Science

Candidates have to clear this test in order to be eligible for the interview round which will decide the final result.

Edu Drives provides the highest quality preparation course for RRB Recruitment exams. Our online course module contains video lectures, study materials and mock tests to help the candidates prepare for the exams in the most comfortable way.

Result of Recruitment of Probationary Officers in State Bank of India Declared


State Bank of India (SBI) has released the list of selected candidates as SBI Probationary Officers (POs). The preliminary exam was held during April-May 2017 followed by mains exam for the same on 04th June 2017. Team Edu-drives congratulate all the selected candidates, read SBI POs.
Many Many Congratulation to all selected Candidates. Roll numbers of successful candidates for the post of Probationary Officers are present in below mentioned list . Successful candidates are being informed by SMS.
The List of Final Selected Candidates is Given below.


IBPS PO Prelims 2017 Admit Cards Released- Download Now!

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is going to conduct the IBPS Prelims exam for the post of Probationary Officer in various public sector banks in the month of October 2017, on the dates 7th, 8th, 14th, and 15th. The admit cards for the IBPS Tier1 exam 2017 have been released on Thursday, 21 September 2017, on the official website, The admit cards can be downloaded from this official website.

After the State Bank of India’s SBI PO exam for the post of Probationary Officer, and the Staff Selection Commission’s Combined Graduate Level exam, the IBPS PO exam is the next major and popular exam among degree-holders in India. Every year lakhs of degree holders enroll themselves in coaching institutes or purchase an online pendrive course for SSC and Bank in India to prepare with extreme determination and dedication. With the perks these exams offer, the dedication to become successful in them grows even more.

Changes in IBPS PO this year
From this year onwards, IBPS will be following the exam pattern and syllabus of SBI PO. This year has seen a major change, unlike every other year.

Selection Process:
a. Objective Online Preliminary Examination.
b. Objective and Descriptive Online Mains Examination.
c. The final interview.
In this selection process, what has changed is the second phase, while the rest sees no major change in pattern.
Both phases are computer-based, i.e., online. On interviewing some successful aspirants we have come across the belief that Bank and SSC quant in India is not only tricky but most difficult to achieve accuracy in. While SSC CGL 2017 saw a raised difficulty level in quant, the SBI PO 2017 quant ranged between easy and moderate for the majority of questions.
To download admit card for IBPS PO 2017:
a. Visit .
b. Click the link to download Preliminary Online Exam call letter for common recruitment process for PO.
c. Enter roll number/ registration number and date of birth/ password.
d. Submit.
e. Take a printout.
With the IBPS PO Prelims approaching in another 15 days, our advice is to start solving as many bank and SSC mock test online in Delhi and other regions.
Visit our youtube channel for more preparation related tips – Youtube Channel : Edu-Drives

Further reading –

Important Topics to Prepare Well for the IBPS PO Prelims 2017 Exam

Good luck!

5 tricks that will help you stop procrastinating and start studying for the SSC CGL exam 2017

In the words of Christopher Parker, “Procrastination is like a credit card: it’s a lot of fun until you get the bill.” You’re not the only one if you find daydreaming more appealing than completing your pending tasks. While unsolved questions yearn to be solved, you probably waste unreasonable amount of time scrolling through social media, and hours later regret the unfinished routine of the day.
With less than a month left before the SSC CGL 2017 exam knocks your door, you have to prepare in full swing without wasting a single opportunity to grasp and practice more. While online SSC entrance preparation covers your back, team Edu-Drives has come up with 5 strategies to fight procrastination and awaken the hard worker within.

1. Let the distractions take a snooze
Before it actually hit me, I really thought staring at the wall and not completing due tasks was some joke, but no. Something this futile can also take up those golden hours of your day when you’ve lost the motivation to study. Remind yourself what your goals are, stay updated with every competition detail that’s supposed to keep you encouraged to work harder and remember each day how these little distractions can cause damage beyond understanding. Let the distractions take a nap till you decide to take a break.

2. Choose interesting sources for study material

It’s been noted that where there is no interest and appeal, procrastination and poor results follow. While designing our pendrive course for SSC and Bank preparation, we ensured that each and every detail is paid attention to, and the preparation is more of a choice than a compulsion. Interesting methods of teaching, challenging yet intriguing questions, and flexible study schedules make a perfect success-magnet.

3. Start when you feel most alert
Pay close attention to your body clock and note down those hours of the day when you yawn the least and feel more energetic than ever. Rather than following preconceived notions carved in our minds by our friends and family, adopt what suits your mind and body the most because every individual is different. When you study during the hours where your mental alarm rings at a high volume, your procrastination levels will go down at a fast rate.

4. Start with small portions of curriculum
Have you realized how we procrastinate majorly when the task at hand requires more energy than what we’re ready to invest? To fight the lethargy, you have to start dividing your curriculum into smaller portions. This will not only increase your efficiency, but also help you utilize more than waste. Once you start on this journey and productively complete the small targets, the motivation to study and learn more soon will only increase tenfold.

5. Allot yourself finishing targets and deadlines
Break down your curriculum and assign yourself small portions that need to be completed within a time frame. Let the countdown keep ringing in your head so you know how much room there is for wastage, and how much need there is of the highest level of efficiency. Once you learn to master the art of completing these targets, you’ll be ready to bid goodbye to procrastination.

So dear aspirants, it’s time to take off your procrastination shoes and buck up, because SSC CGL 2017 is almost here!

Delhi Faculties Gives Tips To Crack SSC CGL 2017

Successful tactics to gear up for the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the combined graduate level (CGL) exam every year which is also one of the most popular and prestigious exams of the country. SSC CGL exam is known to be the stairway to a reputable life for all its successful aspirants. Where the vision of a reputable position, job security and various other perks draws students towards it, the aspect of an unplanned approach, insufficient awareness about the exam and improper preparation techniques, creates hurdles in their journey. To evade all that hinders your success, and make you aware about all that can work as a catalyst, we have listed the top 5 strategies that’ll aid you in your preparation for the BIG exam.

  1. Understand what the exam is about

What is SSC? What is the combined graduate level exam for? What does it offer? What is the syllabus and exam pattern that it follows? These are some of the essential questions whose answers you should know prior to beginning the preparation. Once you’re aware of the important ssc recruitment details, you will begin your preparation in the correct direction for sure.

  1. Prepare a timetable

Time plays a vital role in preparing for any competitive exam, and you can’t afford dilemma or confusion or any kind of wastage of time at this point. Prepare a time-table and divide your course. This can be easy. What’s difficult is to actually follow it. What can help you in a scenario where each second matters is a method that helps you follow your study schedule along with giving you expert guidance. Fulfilling both the criteria, Edu-drives pendrive- a pendrive course for SSC and Bank exams, is your savior in disguise. Continue reading “Delhi Faculties Gives Tips To Crack SSC CGL 2017”

6 common mistakes students make while preparing for SSC CGL exam

Since the SSC notification has been released the previous month, and registration for SSC CGL 2017 is now over,  it’s time you approach a more strategic methodology to begin your preparation for one of the most prestigious exams. While we are well aware of the perks SSC has to offer, we also know that being one of the most eminent exams, it’s not a cakewalk. To make you cautious about faults that often go unnoticed by students, after a discussion with successful aspirants, team Edu-drives has listed 6 common mistakes that students often make while preparing for the SSC CGL exam.

  1. Having multiple things on a single plate

With a goal to achieve the best in life, students often go hay-wire and begin aiming at everything possible, leading themselves nowhere. The most paramount technique is to work to your fullest potential and channel your concentration and energy towards a single goal, so that the best possible results can been encountered.

  1. Collecting excess study material

Yes, you read this right. ‘Too much study material’ is also a thing when it comes to exams like SSC and Bank.  Every book has a different tactic for a question, and in an exam where time management plays the most important role, why would you want to waste any being confused? A more strategic approach is to opt for online ssc entrance preparation and mock tests that keep you well versed with previous patterns and the most frequent questions.

  1. Unplanned preparation

When you’re preparing for any exam, your focus should lie not on just one particular domain, but all the sections the syllabus comprises of, but this where the students lack. While preparing for SSC, one does not just focus on English, or quantitative aptitude, or general knowledge, or reasoning- you pay equal attention to all of them. Team Edu-drives, which offers a pendrive course for SSC and Bank exams, ensures that uniformity is maintained when it comes to the exam preparation, and the student has sound knowledge of every section he’s supposed to attempt.  This assists the student in deciding which section actually needs more attention.

  1. Ignorance of exam pattern and syllabus

Understanding the complete exam pattern and syllabus is necessary for leveling up your game for the SSC CGL exam. If you choose online ssc entrance preparation, you will note that SSC CGL exam has a repetitive trend where the questions are repeated over the years. When you’re well-versed with the syllabus and exam pattern, you will tactfully channel your attention towards topics that have been given more preference over the years. Taking care of this, Edu-drives pendrives ensure that every our students understand the pattern and syllabus at the beginning itself, so that better strategies are adopted to approach the topics.

  1. Getting confused between notes

This is one of the most obvious yet underestimated mistakes students make in their course of preparation. Trying to note down every important aspect the book points out, students become lost in the pile of papers they are bound to keep track of, and thus not only waste a lot more time, but also miss out on the important things they need to later revise. An online platform or a pendrive course for SSC and Bank will be your way out of this hassle, as digitization is the key.

  1. Avoiding revision

Panic strikes when the exam day comes near and this leads to ignorance of minute yet important aspects in the course of good preparation. Always remember, if you’re not thorough with what you’ve already learnt, grasping new content will not be of much use either. So make sure, revision is done nicely before the exam to remind you of all the important tricks and strategies that you’d need.


Summing it up, one should always be well-versed with what they’re heading for before they even begin, so that an optimized result is achieved. Keeping track of all the common mistakes and not repeating them is necessary for a better strategy. Team Edu-drives, aiming to be the best guidance as an online coaching for SSC CGL 2017, wishes all the aspirants good luck!