CBSE through a press release clarifies that leaked NEET-2 Paper was not original. This was an attempt made by some fraud people to cheat the applicants on false promises and news regarding leakage of question paper was false and very far from facts.
The age old debate regarding private schools and public schools in India has been raging on since quite some time. In this article, we will discuss the 5 Key Steps to bridge the gap between Private schools and governmental schools in India.
For a country that is claiming its seat as a superpower in every sense of the term, India’s education sector has still a long way to go if it ever wants to compete with the best in the world. In this article we will discuss the gap between private and public schools.
To reduce stress among schools students CBSE board has released an e-manual titled ‘Alternatives to Homework’. The complete e-manual for Class 6th to 8th can be downloaded from the links available in this article.
A headstart is crucial in striking success for students focused on higher education abroad. They must start thinking Univ as early as Class 8, career guidance counsellor Dr Sonia Kapoor Soni tells Vedant Gupta.
CBSE Board exams are one of the most important landmarks in the academic career of any student. Doing well in the board exams lays the groundwork for higher education and professional programmes that the students will take up in the future.
Since the time immemorial, CBSE has remained a preferred choice of people; especially in comparison to the state boards. Even though a lot of people remain confused over the selection of CBSE or ICSE, but the state boards are nowhere close to these national boards when it comes to the future of children.
The CCE or Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of marks calculation was brought to the schools for the primary classes in the year 2004. The pattern was aimed at evaluating the students through a thorough, comprehensive and holistic approach.
CBSE board examinations play a crucial role in deciding the career prospects of every student. Whether you are in 10th standard or 12th, whether you are a Science, Engineering or a Commerce student; your career will largely depend upon your board marks apart from the entrances of colleges.
CCE stands for Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. As the name suggests, this latest method of performance evaluation by CBSE, is meant to measure the students’ abilities at every single thing. CCE system has been made mandatory for the students of 6th to 10th as well as 12th.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 20 August 2015 directed a total of 16,000 affiliated schools that they must implement the “three-language formula.” But what exactly is this and how will it be advantageous/disadvantageous for the people associated with the board.
While the education system in India isn’t transforming on papers, the tech-savvy students of the present times have taken the charge in their own hands, at least to modify the ways they prepare for examinations.