SSC CGL to NEET, check the top Govt Job Exam Preparation Apps in India 2021
Online learning has been a popular concept both in India and abroad for several years now, but thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic, online learning and remote learning are now the “new normal”. As students adapt to revised academic schedules and the curriculum is optimised for remote learning and online exams, education apps have become even more relevant for students in India and abroad.
Govt Job Exam Preparation Apps in India 2021
Here are the top exam preparation apps for online learning in India in 2021 - Gradeup, Coursera and Doubtnut.
Widely considered one of the top apps for preparing for government jobs exams, the Gradeup app comes packed with study materials for exams like MBA, CLAT, SSC CGL, CHSL, UPSC and State Exam preparations. Users can also prepare for GATE and ESE exams, CTET UPTET, SuperTET, KVS and other teaching exams. Similarly, Gradeup can help applicants clear their CDS, CAPF, AFCAT, NDA exam and other defence exam preparations. Postgraduate students who are studying for the UGC NET and SET exams as well as UGC JRF can use this app to prepare for upcoming exams.
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This is one of the more sophisticated apps on this list, offering students the ability to access recognised courses from Yale, the University of Michigan and over two hundred world-class universities, as well as companies like Facebook, Google and IBM. Some of these courses are free and can give users recognised certificates with affordable options. Users can gain in-demand job skills and certificates while learning skills like Python and SQL, or digital marketing. Single courses start at $39, multi-course and professional courses cost $39 (or more) per month, while MasterTrack certificates cost $2,000 (or more) and degrees can range from anywhere between $9,000 to $45,000.
When it comes to finding solutions for your doubts, the Doubtnut app can help students understand subjects like maths, chemistry, biology, physics and more. While students can look at NCERT books for quick reference, they can even access books like RD Sharma, RS Aggarwal, Cengage, CBSE books and older NEET papers. Similarly, students can also get PDF versions of solutions as well as video solutions to older IIT-JEE Mains and Advanced papers. It is available for free and allows users to study uninterrupted.