“Understanding computer was never easy” – this is what you will hear from most of the students who have had a hard time studying it. They find it to be difficult. This usually happens because of lack of proper teaching skills on the part of the teachers who seem to make this subject a burden for the students.
Actually, the fact is that, Computer Application/Science is such an interesting subject that you will fall in love with it if you are taught this subject in the correct way and made passionate about it.
This is where we step in. This website has been setup for aiding school students who have taken up Computer as a subject and have JAVA as a language in their School Syllabus (Classes 9 to 12), and for guiding them in learning the JAVA programming language.
Making JAVA a fun to learn experience for the school students by striving to build clear fundamentals of every concepts and helping students to develop their ability to reason and logically analyze any given programs.
UPDATE: We began with providing guidance on Java Programming for classes 9 to 12 and now we are into providing guidance on all the core subjects. We provide advice, study notes, sample papers for classes 9, 10, 11 and 12 [ICSE | ISC | CBSE] on Java | Physics | Chemistry | Maths | English | C Programming | Accounts | Economics etc.
Important notes and programs along with their solutions are also provided for aiding the students who are preparing for their board examinations of Class 10 (ICSE) as well as Class 12 (ISC).
Weekly sample practice questions are also posted, so that students make maximum benefit.
Also, we will be posting Complete Sample Question Papers / Suggestions for upcoming board exams for both ICSE and ISC students.
Previous years ICSE and ISC question papers will also be uploaded soon.
If you have any question or want a program to be done, then you can contact us and we will try our best to answer you.
Note: We keep our notes and programs as simple as possible and provide explanations and working along with it, in order to help the students in understanding the program.
We don’t want you to just mug up any concept or program, but want you to understand it.
Important Disclaimer: The trademark “Java” belongs to Oracle, and we are in no way affiliated with Oracle or are marketing any services under their registered trademark. The term “Java” used in our website is descriptive, referring to the Java programming language.