Don Bosco Global School at Jhande village won’t be allowed to admit students of class IX to XII for the next session commencing from 1st April next year as
CBSE asked all its schools to make arrangements for children to watch Narendra Modi’s address on Teachers’ Day.
CBSE textbooks are not only limited in India, it has gained popularity across the border. Vietnam is the new city to have adapted the CBSE textbooks in their primary schools.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released it admit cards for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to be conducted in the month of September.
It is the first time when CBSE has used Facebook and Twitter logo on its website. CBSE is getting inclined towards social media in order to engage students in extra - curricular activities.
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The DPS Ghaziabad, which is a primer institute in Delhi NCR, has found its place in the list of top 8 CBSE Schools where the average aggregate of the school is 90% and above.
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New Delhi: Government is working to set up an examination board to benchmark vocational training in the country.
CBSE is becoming technology driven and is generating an interactive platform to engage students in academic activity.
CBSE is discontented over increasing number of complaints aligned with its affiliated schools.
The schools of Central Board of Secondary Education have been delisted from taking part in the district, state and national level games which are structured by Rajasthan education department.
A notice has been issued by the education department to Bishop Cotton Primary School (BCS), Nagpur soliciting it to close its CBSE wing right away.
CBSE, the largest exam conducting body of the country, is all set to add an additional test to its bouquet, the NET (National Eligibility Test).
CBSE is providing a chance to 182 students studying from class IX to class XII in schools associated with it to visit Japan this year.
Expansion is the catchphrase among the older private schools of CBSE in Nagpur city as the demand surpasses their present admission competence. CPS school at Nagpur proclaims that it will be introducing its 4th branch at Ensaara Metropark, Pipla.
CBSE is geared up to launch its new project named “Adapt a monument” in its schools.
The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalitha is taking strong exemption to the Sanskrit week celebration in CBSE schools under its realm next month.
CBSE students have mulled the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) to Bombay High Court in regards to the admission process.
CBSE is lifting wakefulness about heritage of India & is advising schools to play a vigorous part it in.
Observing that only some students from Odisha region are able to qualify the national-level tests such as JEE Main and JEE Advanced, AIIMS & AIPMT and the like, the state government has decided to revamp the school curriculum and syllabus to become more competitive and at par with the syllabus implemented in Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) affiliated schools.
CBSE has advocated its schools to partake in a student’s exchange programme along with Japan that is getting started in the month of October.
The first season of the CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest 2014 (CCCC 2014) is all set to be started on 16 July 2014.
Controversy surrounded Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) with the release of the merit list. CBSE students plan to move to Gujarat High Court for getting better judgment on the merit list prepared by ACPC.
Recently, CBSE, Thiruvananthapuram (Regional Office) asked some of the schools in Kerala to go for an review at government hospitals in connection with the concessions extended to the students with learning disabilities from classes IX to XII.