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  1.  20% of the amount paid will be deducted as a cancellation fee if the cancellations are made by a user within 24 hours of purchasing from our website. The balance amount will be refunded back to the user within 45 days of receipt of the cancellation/refund request sent by e-mail only from the e-mail address used to register on our website www.myteamexplore.com to purchase the subscription.
  2.   50% of the amount paid will be deducted as a cancellation fee if the cancellations are made by a user within 45 days of purchasing from our web site. The balance amount will be refunded back to the registered user within 45 days of receipt of the cancellation/refund request sent by e-mail only from the e-mail address used to register on our website www.myteamexplore.com to purchase the subscription.

Please e-mail all your payment/refund cancellation requests with the date of purchase, name of the course and the purchase receipt information to contactus@myteamexplore.com.

- No refund will be provided for cancellation requests received after 45 days of purchasing from our web site.

- Please contact us should you have any questions about our Refund / Cancellation policy.
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It is not what we know that is important today, but what we do with it! It is our ability to analyze, think out of the box, ideate and create. We need creativity to get on with our lives. Finding that next tagline, strategy or product at work or resolving a tussle at home or even finding a quick fix to a leaking pipe!

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Millions of dollars are spent on research on how children learn, what skills they require to be successful today, and ways to engage them so that learning is effective.

At the same time the Indian education system remains archaic, using little of this research. Enough is said about our system being too dependent on “rote”...

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