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CBSE Announced: NEET to be held in 23 more cities

A record number of candidates registered for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) examination this year, wherein about 11.35 lakh students are there.  This number has seen a significant rise of 41% from 2016, which was 8.02 lakh. In the wake of this rise in numbers, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced on March 25, 2017 that the exam would be held in 23 more cities.

Too Many Announcements Too Soon By CBSE: Their Effects

CBSE has been sending out quite a few circulars since the starting of this year. It sent out its circular for re-introduction of board exams from the session of the 2017-18, setting up a remodeled assessment structure in place of the already existing CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) system.

CBSE Board Exam 2017: Mobile app launched to locate exam centre

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched an application, named “Exam Locator” for android based smartphones to make it easy for the students to locate their CBSE examination centres during board exams. Here are some of the features of this app:

CBSE Ends Academic Electives & Vocational Subjects in Class 12

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) made an important announcement in which it told that the academic electives as well as the vocational subjects will be scrapped from the syllabus of class 12. This decision has been taken by the board in the wake of very few students opting for these electives and vocational subjects.

According to the official notice, all the students who are currently studying these subjects in CBSE Class 11 would appear for the exams but hereafter these subjects won’t be taught to the students from next batch onwards. Various vocational subjects like poultry nutrition & physiology, music aesthetics, health education, confectionary, management of dairy animals, music aesthetics, first aid & emergency medical care, office communication, communication, and integrated transport operation are not there in the syllabus anymore.

Tips for Hindi CBSE examination

Hindi and other language based examinations give the most stress to the students as these are subjective examinations with subjective marking scheme to some extent.

Tips for the upcoming examinations

Last years CBSE topper was Sukriti Gupta who made headlines for scoring 99.4 per cent in Class 12 examination. Currently she is pursuing B Tech from IIT Delhi.

She has advised the students as per the following points to study for the CBSE examinations :

a)     Always concentre on the concepts, be a regular student and put in a lot of effort on a regular basis. Whenever there is any doubt then the students should visit the teachers without hesitation.

CBSE Sample papers for 2017 for class 10

The Class 10 board examinations are approaching. The examinations are going to start on March 9 and are going to finish by April 10. Preparation has already started for the CBSE examinations, students are already taking extra classes and crash courses to properly prepare for the examinations.

Helpline launched by CBSE for students and Parents

CBSE board examination are starting almost within a month, thus the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be helping the students and parents by providing psychological counselling from February 9.

The service has been provided by CBSE for the last 19 years and this year will be the 20th year when this service will be provided. Every year the helpline numbers are flooded with calls both by parents and students.

SURESH GYAN VIHAR UNIVERSITY,JAIPUR - FORMS FOR B.TECH

Forms for the students aspiring admission in JAIPUR

SURESH GYAN VIHAR UNIVERSITY,JAIPUR - FORMS FOR B.TECH

Forms for the students aspiring admission in JAIPUR

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