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How to create short quick revision notes for examinations

Making records or notes for the purpose of reviewing or revision begins right at the Classroom when you listen to lectures being delivered by the lecturer.  In case you don't listen to the lectures sincerely then you are definitely going to find difficulties while preparing notes. And in case if you don't have an idea about how to make it, here are few of the points you should be stick to in order to prepare a quick, smart, easy and effective notes for revision during your examinations.

HC to CBSE: merit ranks may change

The Delhi High Court directed to CBSE to inform students seeking admission for joining in colleges that their position of merit may change after the re-evaluation of class 12 marks.

The high court said, “Admissions effected pursuant to Central Board of Secondary Education examination conducted in March/April 2017 will be subject to the final outcome of the writ petition.”

HC notice to CBSE: teachers are not to accompany students in school buses

The Delhi high court issued a notice to the city government and Central board of secondary education (CBSE) on an appeal that teachers will not accompany students in school buses and also not allotted on non-academic work on Monday. A division of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C. Hari Shankar sought a clear response from the central board and Delhi’s Directorate of Education (DoE).

CBSE leaves students in the lurch with NEET delays

The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) stated that after yesterday mid night, MCC is not going to accept any other choices posted by candidates. Choice filling and locking facility are extended till 11:59 pm on 12th July 2017. Choices will be locked by MCC server automatically by 11:59 pm on 12.07.2017.” The counseling for admission under 85 percent state quota seats will be conducted by MCC or an authority by the state Government.

CBSE Class 10 Social Science Exam: Final tips and points to remember for the students

While the students of class 10th preparing for Social Science examination, Here are few of the last minute's tips to remember. The board exams organised or conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) every year for class 10. The exams, in general, commence from the first week of March and will finish by the end of the month. Find here few of the brisk tips and steps to keep in mind in order to do well in the exam and pass with high scores.

Final tips at the last moment:

A How-To Guide to Mentoring

Mentoring, a word often confused with teaching, actually means to walk and guide someone through a path until they feel confident enough to walk it themselves. A mentor, having gone through a similar process, is able to encourage and guide the mentee in the right direction.

The Mentoring Tools aim to achieve the following:

  • For Mentors to get fully acquainted with various Mentoring processes
  • To learn and understand in detail, the techniques to practice Mentoring

Who is a Mentor?

How to prepare yourself for CBSE examinations

Even though you have attended all CBSE school classes and studied hard weeks before the coming exam. When the day arrives you become more nervous than you were before. You should prepare yourself for every exam and here are some tips you should consider.

Sleep tight: sleep well before the exam day doesn't stress you your brain and your senses by continuously reading at night. Do all reading at day time and get enough sleep to re-energize your brain and senses

Exam pressure: how to deal with it

Everyone will become nervous when exam days are at their doorsteps and it can be a huge problem even for bright students. Every student must manage their tension over the exams in order to perform well

Let's find out what can be the possible triggers and solutions to deal with the so-called "exam pressure"

Trigger 1: Family

Delhi High court orders CBSE to revoke conditions of re-evaluation of Answer sheets

Delhi High Court issued an order to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday to re-evaluate the answer sheets of the class 12 students who applied for re-checking. This order came into effect after four students made an appeal against CBSE for limiting the re-checking facility and restricting the count of subjects for examination to 12. It is a big relief for class 12 students. 

CBSE curriculum, 211 schools and 25 colleges proposed by panel for minority education revamp

The low literacy rate amongst the minorities is one of the concerns for the government. The stats of 2011 Census revealed the fact that the literacy rate of the largest minority community among all minority communities ‘Muslim community' had stood at 68.53% which is less than the national average of 72.98%. Not only the low literacy rate but the poor quality of education is making the problem more complicated for them.


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