Central Board of Secondary Education has issued admit cards for private candidates who are to appear for the CBSE Board Exams 2016.
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.
With the CBSE Board Exams scheduled to begin from March 1, the Board has decided to launch a counselling helpline for class X and XII students which would be operational from 1st February till the end of the board exams.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched an online portal streamlining all exam-related activities and publications offered by the board.
Putting an end to the confusion regarding the participation of OCI students in JEE exam, CBSE has notified that students with overseas citizens of India (OCI) status are eligible to appear for the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Test.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has unveiled its latest mobile application E-CBSE that will provide e-learning material for students and teachers.
Find the complete Sample Paper of Class X along with the Marking Scheme issued by CBSE Board for the year 2015–16.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the test material for Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL) on its official site.
The examination date for All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) has been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 1, 2016.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) sent a circular to all affiliated schools in the city of Nagpur, reminding them of the need to train their staff and students in first aid.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has released a notice inviting online applications for the renewal of Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship, from the eligible students.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched ‘Saransh’ software tool to monitor the progress of students and help them improve their performance. The ‘Saransh’ self review software tool will act as an effective interaction link between the parents and teachers and provide them data to monitor and evaluate the students’ overall performance in line with the goals set for the academic year.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been queried by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) for not refunding the money to the students who had filed objections to a question in the AIPMT re-test held in July.
With an aim to enhance employability among the students, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to introduce more vocational subjects for the students at the secondary and senior secondary level.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to scrap the Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) test for classes IX and XI from the 2015-2016 academic years.
There is some good news for Class 12 students; the State Level Education Boards have agreed to declare results of higher secondary exams by May 31.
With the number of crimes against women and children surging every day, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently decided to educate students about child sex abuse through film. In its circular, the CBSE schools across the country have been asked to screen a film called ‘Komal,’ so as to make the children aware about the difference between ‘bad touch’ and ‘good touch.’
Central Board of Secondary Education has finally decided to cut at least 25% of their syllabus for the kids studying till Class 8 in Delhi Government Schools. The Education Minister Manish Sisodia confirmed that the deduction of the syllabus would be implemented from October onwards.
On the issue over heavy school bags and sufferings of little children who go to school with those heavy bags, the Ministry of Human Resources Development (HRD) has asked CBSE to file an Action Taken Report (ATR).
This year class 12 CBSE mathematics paper conducted on March 18, was found to be the toughest in a decade, which left the students completely depressed and shattered. The issue was raised in the Lok Sabha by K.V Thomas, a Congress member from Ernakulam in Kerala.
This year the Class 12 CBSE Mathematics Paper conducted on 18th March 2015, was reported to be the toughest in a decade, considering which the board held a meeting on Thursday, with a few school principals to discuss the matter.
CBSE 12 Chemistry exam has brought a sought of relief for the examinees. Students have got utmost satisfaction with the length of the question paper and type of questions asked.
The Class 12 CBSE Physics question paper for the examination held on March 10 has not only startled the students but also agitated the teachers big time. The question paper has been reported to be drastically off-track from the previous year's pattern. Teachers from various government schools in Chandigarh held a meeting in Sector 16 on Monday to discuss the abrupt change in the exam pattern.
CBSE has introduced OMR sheets in the examination. From this year onwards the students would be asked to fill out OMR sheets in order to enter their personal details in the examination paper rather than previously used method of writing out of each and every line manually.
The Examination fever is high on Delhi students as Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board Exams are to commence from Monday for both Class X & XII. 13,73,853 Class X students will appear for the CBSE examinations this year, a 3.37 per cent hike compared to last year.
Central Board for Secondary Education is in to change the exam paper format from Objective to Application Type Questions.
Students of class 12 and 10 are among the busiest entities on the planet as the D-day is just 5 days away. The Central Board of Secondary Education exams for both the classes will commence from March 2, 2015. Preparations, revisions, mocks, and prayers are in full swing to score the maximum marks possible, especially with the ICC Cricket World Cup running concurrent.
The CBSE had launched the helpline with much fanfare to cater to the examination related anxieties and apprehensions of the students, but the tragic incident where an 18 year old school girl from Ludhiana (Punjab) committed suicide due to the examination related stress highlights the rather lackadaisical efforts on the part of the CBSE and the state education department to assist students during these intense times.
In all CBSE affiliated schools, the summative assessments for classes IX and X in schools which include the vocational subject as the 6th subject will be conducted by the CBSE from the next academic session.
In order to get comprehensive information about the teaching staff in the CBSE affiliated schools, the board has started preparing an online database of all the teachers.