The NIT Council is the body that governs all the NITs, IISERs & IIEST. There was a meeting last month to discuss proposals to further strengthen the education system of NITs. Some of the recommendations which the core committee of NIT is evaluating are:
- Change the system of assigning 40% weightage on 12th scores. The allocation and ranking will be solely on the JEE scores.
As per the latest news coming from IITs, IITs are considering revamping the process of obtaining admissions into the engineering colleges. Proposal to implement the single test process is being considered.
CBSE has set up a questionnaire for students and parents to provide feedback on the school in which they are studying. CBSE wants to revised the syllabus for which inputs are also invited from students. The feedback and inputs are invited on various topics like school infrastructure, teaching style, curriculum, how to improve teaching mechanism, quality of teaching etc.
As per the latest information from CTET the results of the CTET examination which was held in September 2015 are expected to be announced in October 2015 during the third week. Along it has been added that the CTET 2015 answer key will soon be published online at ctet.nic.in
Usually the results are published in November 2015 but this time results will be announced earlier. The CTET examination took place on September 20 across 959 centres in India and abroad, and around eight lakh candidates appeared for the examination
The government is likely to take decision on the admission process of JEE- Mains. As per the new process the admission to the NITs will be only based on marks obtained in the JEE – Mains examinations. The earlier method as per which weightage was given to board examination marks too will be removed. Earlier process used to give 40 percent weightage to board examinations scores and 60 percent weightage to JEE-Mains examinations for admission to NIT examinations.
There is good news for the students who are studying in the Delhi government schools. There has been concerns raised in the past that the syllabus is too huge for the students which leads to unnecessary pressure on the students.
The Delhi government is currently in discussions with CBSE to reduce the syllabus. Its expected that in selected subjects the syllabus will be reduced by upto 25% for students studying till class VII.
The All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) retest rankings have been released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The examination was held on 25th July. Notifications have also been sent to the students who appeared for the examination.
As per the latest news the continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) scheme of the CBSE may be discontinued and the old system of conducting examinations in class 10 may be reintroduced. The traditional annual examination system and detention/ failure system may be introduced again. There is a common feeling amongst various leading educational institutions that the CCE system and no detention policy has led to a decline in the learning outcome at the elementary school level.
CBSE has finally today declared the results for class 12 compartmental examinations. Almost 1 lakh students appeared for the examination which was held on July 16.
There was some confusion regarding the date by which CBSE was expected to declare the results but CBSE issued a clarification that the results were expected to be released in the second week of august.
As per the official communication the results have been announced in the second week of August today.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) for medical and dental courses. The Supreme Court of India had earlier cancelled the examination held on May 3 due to reports of leak of question paper of AIPMT.