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CTET test Postponed in Jammu and Kashmir

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on has recently announced that the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) will be postponed in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

CBSE examinees to receive e-mails and SMS alerts soon

The CBSE Board i.e. the Central Board of Secondary Education will soon start effectively delivering communications to the board examinees in order to keep them aware of the various newest improvements and also to enhance the overall interaction.

Officials in CBSE's said the board has finished obtaining the cell numbers and the right contact information of the students of sessions X, XI and XII from most of the educational institutions associated to it. A few of the educational institutions which are situated in distant places are yet to publish the information.

CBSE educational organizations told to prepare the vision documents

The CBSE board like the Central Board of Secondary Education has requested the fundamentals of the educational organizations with CBSE affiliation to make the perspective records in order to make their specific organizations to deal with the present and next generation learners.

The concept was communicated to a group of the fundamentalists of various educational organizations in the central area of the State, who took part in a three-day work shop on “Effective School Management and Leadership” that started at Samadh High School here on Thursday.

CBSE SA-1 from 16th Sept onwards

Central Board of Secondary Education has announced that the first Summative Evaluation (SA-1) of this educational period will begin from 16th Sept onwards. The SA-1 is a pen-paper conventional structure examination for Std. IX and X. Every particular school has the option to begin the examination on right time frame of their option but it has to be as near as possible to the CBSE allocated time frame.

CBSE assessment program needs thorough evaluation

The Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) Continuous and Extensive Evaluation (CCE) program, which stringently requires some regular assessment of the students, needs a “thorough review” in style, suitability, as well as in properly providing educating , coaching about the program and its execution, This has been reported in an impact assessment evaluation which was performed in the various Government educational institutions in India.

CBSE looks for advice on offer to discard homework

The apex body of education in India Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)’s plans to get the reviews from the school teachers, instructors, learners and parents to find a substitute to the current system of imparting home work to the school children is getting a positive response from all over the country.

Latest Announcement for SA1 by CBSE

“Conduct of Class IX and X Examination under Summative Assessment-II held in March, 2014”.

 

1.  The School Based Assessment has been operational in all CBSE affiliated schools for classes IX and X. As per the scheme, four Formative Assessments and two Summative Assessments are conducted in an academic year. The First Summative Assessment (SA–I) for this academic session for classes IX and X will be conducted in the second fortnight of September 2014.

 

Clarification regarding the syllabus of Social Science (History) Class X- 2014-15

Clarification regarding the syllabus of Social Science (History) Class X- 2014-15

Percentage Of Marks Required To Qualify The Summative Assessments In Class Ix Session 2013-2014

i) It would be mandatory for a student to appear in both the Summative Assessments in both Classes IX & X;

ii) In case of non-appearance in Summative Assessments on grounds of illness, one more chance to appear in the SA I may be given up to 31st October in Class IX. For SA 2 in class IX the chance for improvement of performance be allowed within a period of one month from the date of declaration of the result;

iii) Student would have to obtain at least 25% marks in the Summative Assessments (both the SA 1 and SA 2 taken together) to be eligible to qualify the examination i.e. at least 15 marks out of 60 marks and total 33% in each of the five subjects of scholastic area, as per the present practice;

Mathematics is an easy subject. Why ?

Mathematics is an easy subject. Why ?

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