CBSE has released the admit card for CBSE class 10 and class 12 board exams 2018. Here you will know the step wise procedure to download the admit card from the board’s official site. You will also know the strategy for next few days to make an effective preparation for the exams.
Important details related to CBSE Class 11 2018 exam dates are available here. With this article, people seeking CBSE Class 11 Date Sheet 2018 get a general idea about Class 11 exam dates of various CBSE Schools (Delhi & outside Delhi).
CBSE, every year rleases its councelling services for students going to appear for Board Exams. The board provides multiple modes of communication through which students can discuss their exam related problems which will be solved by special educators and trained counsellors. Here, you can know various modes to avail CBSE's counselling services.
Here you will get the CBSE Class 10 Board Exam dates for important papers. You will also get to know the preparation strategy for these exams by knowing the tricks to make judicious use of the gaps available between every two important papers.
In this article students will get to know some important suggestions which they must follow after they get the question paper in the examination hall. These are the prime actions students must do before they start writing answer in board exams. These tips and suggestions will help to write your exam in best way.
In this article we will discuss about the maximum and minimum time for which a student must study to get good scores in CBSE class 10 Board Exams 2018. Tips given here will help you organize your study time and take the best out of it.
CBSE Marking Scheme for all the important subjects of Class 10 and Class 12 is available here. Students can download these Marking Schemes in PDF format. Students preparing for CBSE board exam 2018 can easily understand the requirement of a perfect answer with these Marking Schemes.
Every question in the board exams has a preset word limit which a student should not cross. This article will let you know the importance of adhering to the prescribed word limit in CBSE board exams. You will know how to write answers according to the prescribed word limit and hiw it can help you score good marks.
This article will make you familiar with the top suggestions that you must follow to make an effective use of your study break so as to relax and refresh your mind. A well utililised study break can boost your energy and learning ability, hence helping you to grab new things more efficiently.
In this article you will get acquainted with the CBSE’s Scholarship Schemes and various frequently asked questions about these. Here you will get to know about the scholarship scheme for Single Girl Child of Class X and the scholarship scheme for College And University Students.
CBSE has made it mandatory to enter Aadhaar number while registering online for classes 9 and 11. CBSE has asked all its affiliated schools to register themselves before proceeding with online submission. Check out the registration procedure and other assessment related details here in this article.
CBSE has invited the applications from 10th passed meritorious girl students, to join UDAAN. Selected candidates will be assisted with free of cost tutorials, lectures, study material and other mentoring support to prepare for engineering entrance examination for admission to government aided institutes like IITs and NITs.
CBSE has extended the last date of registration to UDAAN, which is an academic project initiated by the board to prepare the meritorious girl students for admission to India’s top ranking engineering institutes. Check here the last date of application, eligibility criteria and registration process in detail.
CBSE has no plan to advance the Class 12 & Class 12 examinations to February from March, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. "As of now, no such proposal has been moved by the CBSE," Minister of State for HRD Upendra Kushwaha said in a written reply to whether the board has proposed to prepone the annual examinations.
CBSE on 26 July 2017 was pulled up by the Delhi High Court for causing hardship to students by not notifying on its site that re-evaluation was permissible in all subjects of class 12th. CBSE, in its defense, contended that the deadline for accepting applications was 7 July 2017, as per an earlier order of the high court, & added that re-evaluation cannot be an open-ended exercise.
Headed by Dina Nath Batra, RSS-affiliated Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas has made a five-page list of recommendations for changes in NCERT textbooks. With this article, you will learn about the recommendations for changes in NCERT textbooks and the reason behind these recommendations.
CBSE is planning to conduct the board exams for classes 10 and 12 from year 2018, on the same dates in two shifts with Class 12 exam in morning and class 10 exam in afternoon. Board is taking this step to spare more time for evaluation process.
The Delhi High Court on 11th July 2017 said that outcome of a plea by students seeking a re-evaluation of CBSE Class 12 board exams 2017 answer sheets may affect ongoing Delhi University admission process. According to the court there was a possibility of change in merit position of the students who had applied for re-evaluation, thus making them eligible for admissions.
Delhi High Court has issued a notice to CBSE on a plea against the Board’s rule saying teachers not to accompany students in school buses. As per the petition filed against board’s rule the management and administration of school education including conditions for services of teachers, don’t come under the Board’s domain.
CBSE has released a notification regarding the download of the Admit Card / Hall Ticket for private candidates for classes 10 and 12 Compartment/IOP examination 2017. Students can download their respective admit cards online from board’s official website. Check the procedure and other relevant details here.
The Delhi High Court on 6th June 2017 directed CBSE to re-evaluate Class 12th answer sheet of all the students who approach it. The court said its order should be made applicable to all students and not just those who had approached the Delhi High Court.
CBSE has started inviting applications for scrutiny of marks in class 10 and class 12 Board Exam Result 2017. Students can apply before july 7 by paying the requisite fee. Know other important details about the procedure for scrutiny of marks here in this article.
CBSE has made provision for its class 10 students to opt for a vocational subject as sixth subject under the remodeled structure of assessment. Under this provision, if a student fails to pass in any one of the three elective subjects then marks for that paper will be replaced by those scored in vocational paper.
CBSE may not scrap moderation policy if other state boards do not agree to do so. According to the PTI report, a senior CBSE official said that the board is in favour of discarding inflation of marks in order to maintain pass parity with previous years’ results. But, if state boards will not scrap moderation policy then this may put students of CBSE board in disadvantageous position.
CBSE has released date sheet for class 12 compartment and class 10 improvement of performance examination 2017. The notification released by board on its official website specifies day, date and time of compartment/IOP examination 2017. Students can check all relevant details and important points here.
CBSE has extended the last date for marks verification and obtaining the photocopy of answer sheet for the CBSE Class 12 result 2017. In this article, you will learn more about new dates and other important details related to CBSE marks verification.
CBSE has issued a circular to its affiliated schools to make it mandatory to recruit special educators to facilitate quality education for children with disabilities. CBSE has taken this step to promote inclusive education and as a reaction to strict guidelines of the Right to Education Act.
CBSE board, while thinking to advance the board exam dates from next year, has cleared that no change in existing exam schedule will be done without consultations with various stakeholders including schools. CBSE’s idea to conduct board exams a month earlier than present schedule is to spare enough time for error-free evaluation of answer scripts.
CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) issued a press release on 19 June 2017 and shared previous year statistics related to number of students applied for verification of marks and added that there is no unprecedented increase in number of applications for verification as stated in some news reports.