WBJEE Result 2017 has been announced (5 June 2017) on the official site of West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board (WBJEEB). This year, students of CBSE board have performed much better than students of other boards like West Bengal, ISC, Bihar, UP etc. Learn more about WBJEE result 2017 statics from here.
Students unsatisfied with their CBSE 12th board exam result 2017 can apply for marks verification. They can also apply online to obtain photocopy of their answer sheets. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has announced dates for the process.
With the announcement of CBSE 12th Result 2017, the board has also providing necessary post result counselling. Post result CBSE Counselling will begin from 28th May and will continue till 11th June, 2017 daily from 8 am to 10 pm.
CBSE has declared the Class 10 Result 2017 for all regions on its official website. This year the CBSE Class 10 result has dipped by about 5% since the previous year. Result had been delayed due to the much controversial matter of Marks Moderation policy which CBSE wanted to dunp this year.
CBSE Board has yet not confirmed the date of declaration of the CBSE Class 10 Result 2017. As per the media reports the result might be declared by June 2. However, the board will announce the date of declaration of result on its website a day before the result will be declared.
CBSE will not re-evaluate the answer booklets of Class 12 board exam 2017 and no such request will be entertained by the board. However, the options of verification of marks and access to the photocopy of evaluated answer scripts will continue, the final stage of re-evaluation or complete re-evaluation of answers has been discontinued.
Uncertainty persists over the declaration of CBSE Class 12 result 2017, as the board likely to challenge the Delhi High Court order over moderation policy in the Supreme Court, as per media reports. About 10 lakh candidate appeared for CBSE 12th board exam 2017 and eagerly waiting for their CBSE board exam result 2017.
CBSE in partnership with the Ministry of External Affairs, launches an electronic portal, eSanad, to facilitate the online verification of academic documents of Indian students aspiring to go aboard for higher education or employment. It will help to promote contactless, cashless and paperless document attestation for the applicants in India as well as abroad.
The Delhi High Court lashed out CBSE over its decision to Scrap Moderation Policy, calling it an "unfair & irresponsible” move of the board. The court also asked the CBSE (Central board of Secondary Education) that why the decision cannot be implemented from next year as the results of the 2016-17 exams are expected to be announced in after few days.
The Delhi High Court on 23rd May 2017 ordered that the evaluation for the class 10 and 12 board exams this year (2017) shall be done as per the grace marks policy that was in vogue when the students submitted the examination forms.
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal & Justice Pratibha M Singh passed the interim order on a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) filed by a parent and a lawyer contending that the policy should not be done away with this year (2017), as decided by some state education boards (like Tamil Nadu & Kerala), as it would affect the students of CBSE Class 12th, particularly those who have applied for admissions abroad.
After the Delhi High Court order asking CBSE to not scrap the moderation policy of giving grace marks to students for difficult questions. CBSE will now consult HRD Ministry over the court's order.
Delhi University has rejected the CBSE’s request for special treatment to the board students while admission to the university’s undergraduate programmes. As per a senior official it being a central university, DU would treat Class 12 marks given by all boards in the country equally.
CBSE’s move to do away with marks moderation policy in class 12 exams is likely to bring down the Delhi University cut-off this year. With ‘no marks moderation policy’ the average marks scored by students in different subjects may drop resulting in a decrease in overall pass percentage as compared to the previous year.
CBSE chairman R K Chaturvedi has requested the Delhi University Vice-Chancellor to award an appropriate weightage to CBSE students for admission to undergraduate programmes this year so that they do not lose out to candidates from other state boards that inflate their Class XII results.
CBSE recently puts an end to the marks moderation policy from this year. Under the moderation policy, examinees are awarded up to 15 per cent extra marks in certain papers if the questions are deemed to be difficult. Read this article to know more about marks moderation policy, changes, and its impact.
The Delhi High Court directed CBSE to keep an eye on its affiliated schools and make sure that they are not indulged in any commercial activities like selling of books and uniforms inside their premises. Go through this article to read more about this update.
CBSE issued a circular stating that from coming academic session, CBSE Class 10 students will have to study whole syllabus for board exams. CBSE had already announced to make the Class 10 Board Exams manadatory. The remodeled structure of assessment for Class 10 has been put in place with effect from the Academic Session 2017-18.
Worried about the high College Cutoffs or Delhi University Cutoffs this year? You would be glad to know that CBSE and MHRD ministry share your concerns.
CBSE has issued an advisory asking all its affiliated schools across the country to stop indulging into commercial activities by not allowing the sale of stationery items (other than recommended by CBSE/NCERT), schoolbags, uniforms, etc., within their premises or by selected vendors.
This article talks about the Parliament's committee on official languages’ reccomendation to make Hindi a compulsory language till class 10 in all CBSE affiliated schools and Kendriya Vidyalyas. The committee has also recommended the centre to form a policy in consultation with the state governments to make the language compulsory.
Here, you will get to know everything about the CBSE’s Uniform Assessment System that has been introduced from the new academic session, 2017-2018. Know the reactions of parents and teachers about the new system that has replaced CCE pattern for classes 6 to 9. The change is brought about to lay more emphasis on traditional pen-paper test.
CBSE had conducted the Biology paper for class 12th today, i.e. on 05 March 2017. Jagranjosh has collected feedback from students and teachers about the question paper from a CBSE examination centre. In this article, you will get the complete analysis of the question paper and feedback from students and teachers about the question paper in the form of a video.
CBSE will soon introduce practicals for all subjects of class 11 & class 12. As per media reports, the board is planning to introduce practicals for subjects like English, History, Geography etc. This system will be introduced by the board from the academic session 2018-19. Know more about this scheme from this article.
After the official announcement of uniform assessment scheme, making the two-semester system mandatory from Class 6 onwards, CBSE has now planned to set up an accreditation framework for its affiliated schools. This step taken by CBSE, is to give more weightage to quality of education and learning outcomes rather than the fancy infrastructure of an institution.
From academic session, 2017-2018, CBSE has decided to implement uniform system of assessment, examination and report card for Class VI-IX in order to bring uniformity in the exam pattern followed in various CBSE affiliated schools and help in building the confidence in the students to start preparing for class X Board examination when they join the upper primary stage in class VI.
CBSE has decided to remove some elective and vocational subjects from the curriculum of Class 12. Schools are ordered not to offer these subjects at the senior secondary level from the coming session 2017-2018
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 and class 12 exams are beginning from today. This year a total of 8,86,506 students has registered for Class 10 examination, 15.73 per cent more than last year's figure and 10,98,981 students have enrolled for Class 12 exams.
CBSE to help its class 10 and 12 students find their board exam centres, brings in a new exam center locator mobile app.
CBSE allows the diabetic students to carry snacks in examination centre so that they don’t have to suffer from health issues arising due to a fall in glucose level with empty stomach.