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Engineering siblings Abhishek and Anita Bharti came up with the idea of ​​helping needy students during the epidemic and the correct use of free time.

  • Brother-in-law engineering starts ‘Tune’ with friends
  • One hour class three days a week, 50 children start studying

(Anirudh Sharma) 25 students from IIT Delhi, Mumbai, Guwahati and many NITs are teaching free online tuition to children from 7th to 12th in free time. He has also created a website called ‘Tuon’, where interested students can register and tell which subject they want tuition for.

On the website, there is an option to apply for free tuition of Science and Maths from 7th to 10th and Physics, Chemistry and Maths from 11th-12th. Apart from this, there is also free coaching facility for competitive exams like JEE, Physics, Chemistry, Olympiad of Maths and NTSE (Talent Search).

Engineering siblings Abhishek and Anita Bharti came up with the idea of ​​helping needy students during the epidemic and the correct use of free time. Abhishek is doing mechanical engineering from Jadavpur University, while Anita is a student of electrical engineering from NIT Patna.

When both spoke to their friends, they also agreed. After this, in late September, he started the website of Tuon. Abhishek said that on the request of many juniors and their parents in lockdown, many times they took a class through an online app, then increased confidence. We were joined by 25 friends of various NITs including IIT Delhi, Mumbai and Guwahati.

One hour class three days a week, 50 children start studying
After registration, every student is given a one-hour class for a subject three days a week. A class consists of five to eight students. There are also different batches for preparing for competitive exams like IIT-JEE, Olympiad. Right now 50 children are taking free tuition. Families are also happy with this initiative of the students.

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