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CBSE Class 12 Result 2018: Toppers Name, Subject-wise Marks & other details

May 27, 2018
CBSE Board Exam result 2018 for Class 12 has been declared today at CBSE’s official site cbse.nic.in. This year Meghna Srivastava from Uttar Pradesh (Step By Step School, Ghaziabad) tops with 99.8%. Meghna scored 499 marks (out of 500).

CBSE’s Top Eight List Includes One NCR School

Aug 12, 2014
In the recently declared Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII exams 2014, Chennai has the highest number of schools scoring the highest average aggregate leaving behind Delhi on the fourth spot.

HRD Ministry to Emphasize on Sanskrit Learning in Schools

Aug 6, 2014
In a drive to boost Sanskrit education in schools and keep the interest going among the students, the HRD ministry had roped in National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) to organize a 3-day national seminar as part of the Sanskrit week beginning from 07 August 2014.

HRD Minister Proposes 3 Changes to Boost School Education in India

Jun 11, 2014
The new HRD minister Smriti Irani has proposed three big ticket ideas, as she calls, for improving school education in India. The most striking yet transforming idea is to provide buttermilk in midday meal.

Puducherry Started Adopting CBSE Pattern and Syllabus

Jun 5, 2014
The adoption of pattern of education as well as syllabus of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) by other medium schools has started.

CBSE Now Allowed for Revaluation: Apply soon

Jun 3, 2014
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced introduce the provision of “Revaluation” at the Senior Secondary level (Class 12) from this year.

Assam Government to Encourage Poor Meritorious Students by Launching Special Education Scheme

Jun 2, 2014
The state government of Assam is to launch a special education scheme meant for student who perform brilliant and have been meritorious throughout their academics but belong to poor financial background.

Nursery Admission: Circulars issued to 44 Private Schools to Reserve Seats for Special Children

May 28, 2014
The circulars for reserving minimum 2 seats for Children with Special Needs (CWSN) for the Nursery Admission to current academic session has been issued by Directorate of Education to 44 Schools in Delhi, as informed by the Delhi government to Delhi High court.

HC Orders Nursery Schools to Reserve Minimum 3 Seats for Differently-abled Kids

May 16, 2014
The Delhi High Court asked principal secretary (Education) to address the issue of reservation of 3 seats meant only for differently-abled children or Children with special needs (CWSN) in the ongoing Nursery Admission 2014.

Puducherry Marked a Considerable Rise with Pass Percentage Touching 89.61%

May 12, 2014
The Tamil Nadu Class 12 Results 2014 were declared on 09 May 2014, and for everyone’s surprise, about 90.06 per cent of the students having appeared in the Tamil Nadu board HSC or Class 12 exams cleared the exams.

Apex Court Directs Schools to Must Have Separate Toilets for Boys and Girls

May 12, 2014
The Supreme Court ruled out that separate toilets provision for boys and girls as well as facility of clean drinking water are vital part of Right to Education and hence all schools including the education institutions run by Minority community must comply with the directions of installing and setting up these basic human requirements.

SC Lifts Stay on Nursery Admissions, IST Category Revisited

May 7, 2014
It seems to be great relief for parents who have moved to court against the Delhi government’s decision not to provide seats in schools for their children under Inter State Transfer (IST) category in this academic year.

SC to Pass Its Final Verdict on Nursery Admissions on 7 may

May 6, 2014
The catch-22 that nursery admission process in Delhi has been facing since five months is likely to end on 07 May 2014.

Admissions under RTE to Go Online In Maharashtra Division Headquarters from 2015

May 2, 2014
To streamline the process of admissions under the 25% reservation quota of the Right to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, the state government of Maharashtra will take the admission process online to be done in the 9 divisional headquarters of the state.

SC Asks Delhi Government to Add More Seats to Nursery Admissions

Apr 29, 2014
The Supreme Court took the matter in hands to resolve the various issues pertaining to Nursery admission. On 28 April the SC came hard on City government and questioned that why a sudden notification has been introduced in the rules of Nursery admission that may augment conflicts.

Delhi High Court Directs Govt to Consider Children with Special Needs Separately For Admissions

Apr 4, 2014
Delhi High Court, children with special needs, CWSN, economically weaker sections, EWS

Nursery Admission Procedure finally Gets Nod from Delhi High Court

Apr 4, 2014
The Delhi High Court, on 3 April, lifted the stay from nursery admissions procedure in the city and allowed the school management to admit the kids of those parents whose children had made it to the merit list in the draw of lots in the Capital’s private schools.

Nursery Admission: Delhi High Court Refuses to Lift Stay, Reserves Order on 3% Disabled quota

Mar 31, 2014
Delhi High Court’s bench of justices S Ravindra Bhat and R V Easwar, on 28 February, reserved its verdict on a plea that challenged the guidelines set by Lt Governor for Nursery admissions, particularly the one that clubs disabled children with those from economically weaker groups (EWS) and further seeks 3% quota for children with special needs.

Tamil Nadu Schools are Asked to Cover up the Gap in Last Year's RTE Quota Intake

Mar 28, 2014
Observing Tamil Nadu’s failure at meeting 50% of its admission goal for admissions of underprivileged children to matriculation schools in the 2013-14 academic year under the 25% reservation clause of the Right To Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, a directorate of matriculation schools issued circular to all matriculation schools and chief educational officers in various districts for the same.

The School Dropout Scenario in India is ‘Extremely High’: UNICEF

Mar 14, 2014
More than 80 million children in the country do not complete even their elementary education which is till standard eighth, while eight million youngsters even after successful enrollment are not in touch with school for many years, as revealed by UNICEF, which has claimed the number as ‘extremely high’.

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