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You matter at teacheron

After stellar success of, we decided to build something even better for you. We call it

Principals of TutorIndia TutorIndia, parent of TeacherOn was built on certain key principals:

Information should be free - People who can not afford to pay should not be forced to.  Ease of operation - You should be able to create student and teacher profile easily and able to contact each other easily. We even kept phone numbers public. No website ever does that....

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Update for tutors: Coins and messages

Dec 20, 2017:
We have now changed how coins are charged. For each job application you make or are invited to, you pay 50 coins. 
So it’s basically 50 coins per lead. Earlier it was 500 coins for each lead which got converted. However, some people shared contact details in the messages even before lead was confirmed which you weren’t supposed to do. Some tutors did it deliberately, others by mistake.
The new system basically allows you to send whatever you wish in the message...

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How to train students to think

It is your decisions, and not your conditions, that determine your destiny.

Tony Robins At times, good, fair decisions require us to think hard and make tough choices. At times, we have to choose the best of two good options or worse, the lesser of two evils.

Thinking is hard. Therefore most people go in life on autopilot following the conventions, assuming everything they have been told, and everything they think is the "truth". People form opinions and don’t change them, even in...

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How to make students smarter by managing class time

All teachers want their students to do well. However, as humans, not all of them are willing to work hard or smart for it.
The challenge, therefore, is how to improve the result without students and teachers spending extra time.
The answer is Longer sessions and Shorter sessions. Having short sessions mean more frequent sessions. Long sessions mean less frequent sessions. therefore the total time spent overall remains same.

Most sessions (class periods) in schools are 50-60...

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How we rank teachers on

We rank teachers by the number of coins they have in the wallet ( account).

If your profile is not complete, it’s not displayed at all. If you have more coins, you rank higher than those with less coins. Among people who have same coins, the one who is more active on the website will get higher priority.  [Feature not available yet] If you have verified your credentials, you get placed above people who do not have verified credentials. If your coin balance is less than zero,...

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