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Latest CBSE News

  • The UP education board has decided to make NCERT books mandatory for class 10 and class 12 from current session onwards. The announcement was made by the chief minister at the Niti Aayog meeting. The books are also available on the UP boards website for students to download. In order to improve the education level in government schools, the government has decided to increase the working days from...
  • Mathematics is considered to be one of the most difficult subjects by students. Its either really scoring for students who understand it or can lead to failures. NCERT did National Achievement Survey to assess the education standards amongst students of Class 3, 5 and 8 for mathematics, environment studies and language and found that mathematics is considered to be the toughest subject. CBSE has...
  • CBSE had started the re – evaluation process for class 10 and class 12 students last month. Many students applied for the re-evaluation. Based on the revised results received by the students, lot of students saw their marks increased by upto 50 marks in a single subject. This has led to major confusion amongst students. Those students who didn’t apply for re-evaluation believing the CBSE results...
  • The board exams of 2018 for class 10 and class 12 was a major task for CBSE. There were rumours of paper leak almost for every exam and couple of papers actually leaked which led to re-examination conducted by the board. Keeping the challenges faced by the CBSE board, there are plans to completely overhaul the examination system by use of more technology in distribution and printing of question...
  • In line with the Digital India mission of PM Modi, CBSE has planned to send mark sheets and other related documents for class 10 and class 12 students digitally via digital lockers. This move will help more than 80 lakh students to get their documents like marksheets, migration certificates and passing certificates on the date of declaration of results itself. The certificates and other documents...