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South Delhi's No.1 institute
(An ISO 9001:2008 Certified)
Imparting Quality education since 2004

Coaching available for -

School Classes :-
Class XI-XII (Science/ Commerce)
Class IX-X & VI-VIII (All Subjects)
Junior Wing : Class III - V (All Subjects)

College Classes :-
B.Com M.Com BBA MBA (All Subjects)
B.Tech B.Sc (All subjects till 7 Sem)

Professional Classes :-
CA CS CMA (Foundation/ Intermediate)

Address

C-4

Green Park Extension

Hauz Khas, Delhi, India- 110016.

Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC) Overview

Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Board

State, ISC/ICSE, IGCSE, CBSE, International Baccalaureate

IB Subjects taught

Mathematics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Business and Management, Physics, Biology, EVS, Information Technology, English, Hindi, Economics

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

English, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Economics, Accounts, English Literature, Biology, Commerce, EVS, Hindi

CBSE Subjects taught

Economics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Biology, Business Studies, English, Hindi, Accountancy, Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Chemistry, English, Biology, Economics, Mathematics, English Literature, Hindi, Sanskrit, Social science, Physics

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Computer Science, Organisation of Commerce, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Education, Electronics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Statistics, Physics, Hindi, English

Class Location

At the Institute

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4.8 from 5 reviews

4.8/55
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- by Pooja

attended Class VI-VIII Tuition

posted on 07 Mar, 2018

"Perfect place for the students, nice teachers, safe environment, cab facility, well managed staff. "

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- by Niharika Tyagi

attended Engineering Diploma Tuition

posted on 05 Mar, 2018

"I found Career avenues as one of the most sincere institute that provides quality in classes that I took.The teaching staff was very proactive, understanding and helpful. "

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- by Vihaan

attended Class IX-X Tuition

posted on 05 Mar, 2018

"One the best Institute in Delhi, versatile in educational system.Highly qualified faculties and management.Safe and secure place for Children to study. "

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- by Ravi bhushan dixit

attended BTech Tuition

posted on 05 Mar, 2018

"Very good faculties along with doubt classes.The environment is very nice.Beside this the facilities such as water and atmosphere is very good. "

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"How is money used as a medium of exchange? Explain." in   CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics, Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

A medium of exchange is an intermediary instrument used to facilitate the sale, purchase or trade of goods between parties. For an instrument to function as a medium of exchange, it must represent a standard of value accepted by all parties. In modern economies, the medium of exchange is currency.

The use of a medium of exchange allows for greater efficiency in an economy and creates more trade. In a traditional barter system, trade between two parties could only occur if one party had and wanted what the other party had and wanted, and vice versa. But the chances of this occurring at the same time are minimal. Let's say one party had a cow and the other had a lawn mower: with a medium of exchange such as gold coins, all the cow owner would have to do is find a buyer for the cow and she would receive gold coins. Then all she would have to do is find someone selling a lawn mower, which she could purchase with gold coins.

Money enables anyone who has it to participate equally in market. When consumers use it to purchase something, they are essentially making a bid in response to an asking price. That is what brings order and predictability to the marketplace. Producers know what to produce and how much to charge and consumers can plan their budgets around predictable pricing.

When money, as represented by a currency, is no longer viable as a medium of exchange, or its monetary units can no longer be accurately valued, there is no predictability, no ability to plan, no ability to gauge supply and demand. In short, the markets become chaotic. Prices are bid up for fear of scarcity and the unknown, and supply is diminished from hoarding and the inability of producers to replace it quickly enough.

Alternative currencies have been used throughout time as a means to spur commerce or augment a national currency in times of economic duress. In the early 20th century, companies were forced to issue company scrip and other forms of emergency currency in order to pay their workers massive bank failures caused wide-spread cash shortages. The scrip could be redeemed for food and services or held for future redemption in U.S. Dollars when they became available.

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Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Board

State, ISC/ICSE, IGCSE, CBSE, International Baccalaureate

IB Subjects taught

Mathematics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Business and Management, Physics, Biology, EVS, Information Technology, English, Hindi, Economics

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

English, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Economics, Accounts, English Literature, Biology, Commerce, EVS, Hindi

CBSE Subjects taught

Economics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Biology, Business Studies, English, Hindi, Accountancy, Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Chemistry, English, Biology, Economics, Mathematics, English Literature, Hindi, Sanskrit, Social science, Physics

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Computer Science, Organisation of Commerce, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Education, Electronics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Statistics, Physics, Hindi, English

Class Location

At the Institute

Class IX-X Tuition

Board

CBSE, IGCSE, International Baccalaureate, ICSE, State

IB Subjects taught

Social Science, English, Physics, Hindi, Biology, Mathematics, Computers, Chemistry

CBSE Subjects taught

Hindi, Elements of business, Computer Practices, Social science, Information and Comunication Technology, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Accountancy, Science, English

ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Sanskrit, English Literature, Hindi, English, Economics, Commercial Applications, Economic Application, Commercial Studies

IGCSE Subjects taught

Hindi, Physics, English Literature, Chemistry, Business Studies, Economics, Mathematics, English, Biology, Information Technology

State Syllabus Subjects taught

EVS, Mathematics, English, Social Science, Hindi, Sanskrit, Science

Class Location

At the Institute

Class VI-VIII Tuition

Board

State, IGCSE, ICSE, International Baccalaureate, CBSE

IB Subjects taught

Computers, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, English

CBSE Subjects taught

Social Science, Hindi, Sanskrit, EVS, English, Computers, Mathematics, Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Hindi, EVS, Biology, Sanskrit, Computer Science, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

IGCSE Subjects taught

Science, English, Mathematics

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Hindi, Mathematics, Sanskrit, EVS, English, Social science, Science

Class Location

At the Institute

Class I-V Tuition

Board

CBSE, ICSE, State, International Baccalaureate, IGCSE

IB Subjects taught

Computers, Arts, Social studies, Hindi, English, Science, Mathematics

CBSE Subjects taught

Science, Computers, Hindi, Mathematics, English, Social Science, Sanskrit, EVS

ICSE Subjects taught

EVS, Sanskrit, Hindi, Social Studies, Science, English, Computer science, Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Science, English, Mathematics, Hindi

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Science, Hindi, EVS, Mathematics, Sanskrit, Computer Science, English, Social Science

Class Location

At the Institute

BCA Tuition

BCA Subject

Business Organization , Data and File Structures , Digital Electronics, Programming in C++ , Financial Accounting and Management, Data Communication and Networks, Communication Skills , Algorithm Design , Computer Networks , IT, English, Data structures, Accountancy, C Language Programming, Computer Architecture, Microprocessor, Mathematics, Database Management Systems , Operation Research, Computer Basics and PC Software

Type of class

Crash Course, Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Class Location

At the Institute

BTech Tuition

BTech Mechanical subjects

Elasticity & Plasticity, Electro Magnetic Theory, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Mechanics of Machines, Electronic Mesurement & Instrumentation, Heat & Mass Transfer, Machine Design, Operations Research, Strength of Materials, Mechatronics Engineering

BTech Electrical & Electronics subjects

Circuit Theory, Power Electronics, (Dc- Ac) Direct Current-Alternatiing Current System Interaction, Electrical Circuit Analysis, Computer Networks, Linear And Digital Control Theory, Signal Processing, Measurements & Instrumentation, Communication Systems, Solid State Drives, Microprocessors, Electromagnetic Theory, Database Management Systems, Data Structures & Algorithms, Applications of Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Analog And Digital Communication, Control Systems, Linear And Nonlinear Systems

BTech Computer Science subjects

Database Management Systems, Computer Networks, Computer Hardware, Data Communication, Microprocessors, Computer Architecture, Data Structures and Algorithms, Design Of Digital Systems, Bioinformatics

BTech Branch

BTech 1st Year Engineering, BTech Mechanical Engineering, BTech Electrical & Communication Engineering, BTech Electrical & Electronics, BTech Computer Science Engineering, BTech Civil Engineering, BTech Mechantronics Engineering

BTech Electrical & Communication subjects

Processors and Controllers, Electronic Instrumentation, (IC) Integrated Circuit Systems, Microcontrollers and Applications, Logic Design, Optical Fiber Communication, Electromagnetic Waves, Wireless Communication, Signals & Circuits Simulation, Network Analysis, Electronic System Design, Power Electronics, Digital Electronics, Analog Communication, Analog Signal Processing, Consumer Electronics, Electronic Circuit Design, Digital Image Processing, Semiconductor Device Physics, Microwave Integrated Circuits, Satellite Communication, Data Structures and Algorithms, Digital Communication, Analog Electronics, Digital System Design, Communication Networks

Type of class

Crash Course, Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

BTech Mechantronics subjects

Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications, Computer Networks and Communication Protocols, Digital Signal Processing, Strength of Materials, Database Management Systems, Theory of Machines, Digital Integrated Circuits and Applications, Linear Control Theory

BTech 1st Year subjects

Biology For Engineers, Basic Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Chemistry, Advanced Mathematics (M2), Mechanics Of Solids, Engineering Physics, Communication Skills, Basic Electrical Technology, Basic Electronics, Engineering Graphics, Computer science, Engineering Mathematics (M1), Environmental Studies

BTech Civil subjects

Concrete Design and Technology, Design Of Steel Structures, Structural Analysis, Civil Engineering Materials And Construction, Surveying, Fluid Mechanics, Mechanics Of Structure, Strength & Mechanics Of Materials

Class Location

At the Institute

Engineering Diploma Tuition

Engineering Diploma Branch

Engineering Diploma 1st Year, Electrical Engineering Diploma, Civil Engineering Diploma, Electronics, Computer Engineering Diploma, Mechanical Engineering Diploma

Engineering Diploma Subject

Basic Math, Communication Skills, Engineering Graphics, Computer Fundamentals, Engineering Mathematics, Basic Chemistry, Basic Physics, Applied Science ( Mechanical & Plastic ), English, Engineering Mechanics

Mechanical Engineering Diploma Subject

Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Materials, Power Engineering, Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics and Machinery, Computer Programming, Measurements & Control, Thermal Engineering, Fundamentals of Electronics, Theory of Machines & Mechanisms

Computer Engineering Diploma Subject

Digital Techniques, Operating System, Computer Graphics, Applied Mathematics, Computer Hardware and Maintenace, Microprocessor and Programming, Basics of C Programming, Data Structure Using 'C', Advanced Microprocessor, Computer Network

Civil Engineering Diploma Subject

Surveying, Applied Mathematics (CE and ME Group), Design Of Steel Structures, Concrete Technology, Design of Structures, Mechanics of Structures, Building Construction, Theory Of Structures

Type of class

Crash Course, Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Electrical Engineering Diploma Subject

Electronic Devices And Logic Circuit, Computer Programming, Electrical And Electronics Engineering Material, Electric Circuit Theory, Principles Of Management And Costing, Control System Components, Electrical Machines, Power Electronics, Basic Electronics

Class Location

At the Institute

"How is money used as a medium of exchange? Explain." in   CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics, Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

A medium of exchange is an intermediary instrument used to facilitate the sale, purchase or trade of goods between parties. For an instrument to function as a medium of exchange, it must represent a standard of value accepted by all parties. In modern economies, the medium of exchange is currency.

The use of a medium of exchange allows for greater efficiency in an economy and creates more trade. In a traditional barter system, trade between two parties could only occur if one party had and wanted what the other party had and wanted, and vice versa. But the chances of this occurring at the same time are minimal. Let's say one party had a cow and the other had a lawn mower: with a medium of exchange such as gold coins, all the cow owner would have to do is find a buyer for the cow and she would receive gold coins. Then all she would have to do is find someone selling a lawn mower, which she could purchase with gold coins.

Money enables anyone who has it to participate equally in market. When consumers use it to purchase something, they are essentially making a bid in response to an asking price. That is what brings order and predictability to the marketplace. Producers know what to produce and how much to charge and consumers can plan their budgets around predictable pricing.

When money, as represented by a currency, is no longer viable as a medium of exchange, or its monetary units can no longer be accurately valued, there is no predictability, no ability to plan, no ability to gauge supply and demand. In short, the markets become chaotic. Prices are bid up for fear of scarcity and the unknown, and supply is diminished from hoarding and the inability of producers to replace it quickly enough.

Alternative currencies have been used throughout time as a means to spur commerce or augment a national currency in times of economic duress. In the early 20th century, companies were forced to issue company scrip and other forms of emergency currency in order to pay their workers massive bank failures caused wide-spread cash shortages. The scrip could be redeemed for food and services or held for future redemption in U.S. Dollars when they became available.

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Career Avenues conducts classes in BCA Tuition, BTech Tuition and Class I-V Tuition. It is located in Hauz Khas, Delhi. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute. It has got 5 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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