Our teachers are running a free 2-day English bootcamp. Register here and join us.

77 Day Course with 21+ Live Classes and only 4 students

20+ Live Classes with just 4 students to ensure that students participate actively! 

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Project and Activity based Assessments

Students collaborate with each other to learn skills which is applicable to any field which involves communication.

Listening, Reading, Analysing, Writing and Speaking

Well-rounded curriculum created by expert curriculum designers to make students more expressive by honing these skills.

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Weak English is the number 1 reason for lower grades in all subjects

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Listening and Reading

Step 1: Consume information effectively

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Analysing

Step 2: Comprehend the consumed information

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Writing and Speaking

Step 3: Articulate the information orally and verbaly

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

We will have 4 students in each batch.

Our teachers are alumni of prestigious colleges like IITs and IIMs. More importantly, they are some of the best tutors, with up to 10 years of experience in online tuitions. It is not uncommon for our teachers to rank within top 10 of preply’s worldwide tutor standings

Yes. Kohbee provides online tuitions specializing in ICSE and CBSE, and have a lot of in-house experts for the board syllabus.

Yes, we have designed our online tuitions to take regular tests apart from the online lectures. These are timed online tests that students give together.

For Maths and Science we take 2 online classes per week and for all other subjects, we have 1 online class per week.

Yes we do. For every individual subject you get a free online tuition.

Our teachers are given a graphic tablet, with the help of which they write on the screen. They upload NCERTs, book PDFs, Kohbee slides and write on top of that. The teacher keeps speaking and writing on the same screen

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