Sanchit Bhor and Alok Soni, two friends from Mumbai, have launched a one-stop solution for students studying under the CBSE Board across India, which they could easily access via their mobile phones and PCs.
CBSEBoard.co.in, an online platform that provides detailed information about CBSE board examinations, syllabus, and study material. Also, the website has multitudinous resources that will help students prepare for the most difficult competitive examinations, such as NEET, JEE Main, JEE Advanced, AIIMS, and others.
Since its conceptualization, a team of more than ten members has been working on this website. The portal has already become one of its kind as it holds India’s largest database for CBSE students, which includes more than 55,000 pages full of information and study material.
The duo started working on this concept in 2021 to create their first educational website called ‘CBSEBoard.co.in’.
The duo started working on this concept in 2021 to create their first educational website called ‘CBSEBoard.co.in‘. The idea struck Soni and Bhor after realizing the importance of education and restrictions on physical classes due to Corona.
“We used to browse the Internet for study material and found none of them useful but only false download links leading to advertisements. That’s how the idea of creating an educational website came into our mind,” says Sanchit Bhor.
Born on 11 July 1990, Sanchit Bhor said, ‘the mission of CBSEBoard.co.in is to help students get instant access to quality study material for all subjects covered under CBSE syllabus.’
The team working behind CBSEBoard.co.in has proactively added a large database on the website, which would eventually allow them to offer every possible help on the website where students could access all the study material related information.
The database includes question sets and study material for almost every subject in Class 10th, 11th, and 12th under the CBSE board. Students studying under the CBSE Board across India could access everything they need on their mobile phones or tablets.
The duo expects the number of students using their website to increase exponentially over the next few years as more schools and colleges join them.
Sanchit and Alok have also expressed their keen interest in expanding the platform by launching new websites for students of other boards such as ICSE, IB and State Boards. They want to create a centralized place on the Internet where students can find all kinds of study material irrespective of which board they are from.
They are now looking forward to expanding the website’s compatibility on various devices. So, the team is next working on developing an app for the website. Also, Sanchit has confirmed that they are adding more than 5 million question banks on the website shortly.