Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched an online portal streamlining all exam-related activities and publications offered by the board.
The portal, e-CBSE, has two sections: Collection of CBSE books in electronic format and web-based activities for classes X and XII. Through its online portal, CBSE offers the students and teachers an easy way to access all the CBSE books in digital format for all the classes ranging from classes I to XII. The e-book resources are classified into six categories, with first five having school syllabus books and the final one dedicated to digital publications on value education in both English and Hindi language.
Along with e-book resources, the board will also make available several web-based activities for Class X and Class XII students. In the web-based activities section, the board facilitates online corrections in case of errors in details of students appearing for the main exams. However, corrections pertaining to subjects or uploading of photos are not allowed.
The e-CBSE portal offers important resources for schools to upload subject wise internal assessment grades for Class XII students. External examiners will also have the facility to upload practical/project marks for Class XII students along with CCE marks and co-scholastic grades for classes IX and X for the session 2015-16 and for Class IX for the session 2014-15 can also be uploaded. Schools will also be able to download admit cards, in the month of February. The schools which have been made centres will be able to download centre material such as attendance sheets and centre-wise list of candidates through the portal.
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