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.

Alteration in UGC NET Selection criteria: Few things you need to know

UGC NET or National Eligibility Test is conducted by University Grants Commission (UGC) and is an entrance exam in our country in order to begin a career as Lecturers or Assistant Professors or junior research fellowship in various Colleges, Universities and other Educational Institutions. This year it is going to be held on November the 19th, 2017.

Some alteration has been initiated by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in the qualifying standards of the CBSE UGC NET (National Eligibility Test).

Important Tips to Keep in Mind before CBSE Exams

Taking an exam is so stressful that only studying is not enough. You have to be prepared mentally and physically also. Otherwise, all the hard work can go waste.

Preparing for the major exams can be compared to a sportsman preparing for his game. Eating the right kind of food, having the right attitude, taking adequate rest...all is important while preparing for your exam. These may be simple things but it can make a lot of difference to your mental clarity and performance.

Tips and tricks for score more in Mathematics

With only a few days are left for the maths examinations, students are working hard for their exam to score more in maths. As we know mathematics is one of the subjects to gain more marks in less time. But, most of us lacking their marks in mathematics due to the last minute rush. Being prepared is the most important step for scoring more marks in any exam. Here are the few steps that will definitely go to help you at your exam.

For preparation, well organized planning is the key to score more marks.


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