Chess Gurukul

CHESS GURUKUL founded in the year 2008, to provide systematic and effective chess training to the players of all levels  from complete beginners to World championship contenders. We believe that learning should be fun and instructive at the same time.

Chess Gurukul is the first chess academy which catered to all levels of players – from complete beginners to World championship contenders.

Chess Gurukul provides training to chess players of all levels. The platform offers various courses and training programs for beginners, intermediate, and advanced level chess players.

Chess Gurukul has a team of experienced coaches who provide personalized training and guidance to students. The platform also hosts regular tournaments and events to help students improve their game and compete with other players.

Chess Gurukul aims to promote the game of chess and help students achieve their full potential in the game.

Chess Gurukul plays a huge part in the world and Indian chess in all categories with students like GM Praggnanandhaa, GM Karthikeyan Murali, GM Aravind Chidambaram, WGM Vaishali, GM Pranesh, GM Arjun Kalyan, WGM Savithashri, WGM Rakshittha Ravi, IM V.S.Rahul and many others.

Our medal tally is an exclusive sample of the products we nurture. Chess Gurukul students medal tally:

  • 2 Bronze Medal in Chess Olympiad
  • 40 Medals in World Youth Championships
  • 45 Medals in Asian Youth Championships
  • 5 Titles in Indian National Senior Championships
  • 7 Medals in Asian Senior Championships

The team of Chess Gurukul consists of the following: GM Ramesh, WGM Aarthie Ramaswamy, GM Ankit, (IM) Kunal, WFM Harshini, WFM Ruthumbara and others learned tutors. For more info, please visit our mentors page:  or do visit our coaches page for more details about the individuals @:

Experienced and Knowledgeable Instructor
A good chess class should have an instructor who has a strong understanding of the game and is able to teach it effectively. At Chessgurukul, we ensure the aspirants are with the right hands.
Clear Curriculum
A well-organized curriculum is essential for a good chess class. The curriculum should be clear, concise, and should progress in a logical manner.
Engaging and Interactive Lessons
The lessons should be engaging and interactive, using a variety of teaching techniques such as lectures, demonstrations, and interactive exercises.
Personalized Instruction
The instructor will provide personalized instruction to each student, based on their skill level and learning style.
Regular Feedback
Regular feedback is important in a good chess class, to help students understand their strengths and weaknesses, and to guide them in their progress.
Practice Opportunities
The class should provide ample opportunities for students to practice their skills through puzzles, games, and other activities. Encouragement for national and international tournaments.
Supportive Environment
A good chess class should foster a supportive and encouraging environment, where students feel comfortable asking questions and making mistakes.
Access to Resources
Students should have access to resources such as books, videos, and online tools to help them continue learning outside of class.
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