Many children are confused with 'what' book to read from for their upcoming exam. There are plenty of text books in the market written by different experts in different fields. But is it advisable to read from a plenty of textbooks? Expert educationalists say NO! And they've a good reason for it. Reading from too many different sources will only give room for more confusion in children. A main textbook that is prescribed by the government must be thoroughly studied first, only after which, other textbooks may be studied purely 'for practice'! And read no more than 2 or 3 books for practice!
1) Clear concepts
The concepts explained in the NCERT books are very clear and understandable. It gives an elaborate explanation along with good examples for easy understanding.
2) Good problems and exercises
The exercises and the activities prescribed in the NCERT text books are very competitive. These sums are given soon after explaining a particular concept. This helps students to relate to the conceit very easily and also helps in having a strong hold on the concept.
3) Simple language
A lot of authors explain science concepts in a language that's not easy. On the other hand, NCERT books are designed very well for students and the English is kept very simple. You don't want to crack your head about the English when you've already got to crack it in understanding the actual concepts right? NCERT books online also use extremely simple and understandable language.
4) Exam oriented approach
If you've plans of topping your exams, you should definitely study from NCERT books as their exercises include all those types of questions that are most likely to be asked in the CBSE board exams.
5) Good presentation
Easier problems preceed the difficult ones in NCERT books. This gives a good flow for students to understand the concept thoroughly. The same pattern is also seen in the NCERT books online.
6) Good print
The printing of these books is also of good quality and there's no double print or spelling mistakes in the content.
7) Helps in other competitive exams like JEE
NCERT books cover many concepts and problems that forms a base for future competitive exams like UPSC, mains JEE, advanced JEE and so on.