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Learn English by Sijo Francis

All over the world language serves the purpose of expressing one’s idea effectively. Someone asks and somebody answers. In short, a language means a set of questions and answers. It is same in English also. In order to learn English you should learn to ask questions and should be ready to give answers. These saying or asking is to be done in sentence which is an arrangement of words in a meaningful way. There is a particular way arranging words in English. This order is Subject + Verb + Object, S V O for short.
In case of questions, they are easy to frame and use. A direct question always begins with a helping verb or a question word.

Introduction of Value based questions in the design of question papers

Introduction of Value based questions in the design of question papers in all major subjects in classes XI-XII w.e.f. academic session 2012-13.

List of CBSE Latest Publications with Price

CBSE has published a "List of CBSE Latest Publications with their Prices". Students are recommended to keep this CBSE list with them and purchase CBSE recommended books.

Please access the list here -

List of CBSE Latest Publications with Price

CBSE Newsletter

CBSE has published a newsletter providing very useful details for students and teachers. Please read the latest newsletter and get more information. This is the first CBSE specific newsletter published by CBSE

Organisation of CBSE Science Exhibition-2012

The Central Board of Secondary Education has been taking many initiatives to provide interactive, participatory, hands-on, innovative and creative learning experiences to students studying in its affiliated schools. One such initiative refers to the organisation of Science Exhibitions at Regional and National levels every year. The activity aims at providing a common platform to schools, teachers and students to give shape to their innovate ideas and learn from each other’s experiences. These exhibitions also intend to provide a medium for popularising Science and increase awareness among the stakeholders about close relationship between Science, Technology and Society.

CBSE - List of suggested books for Classes 1-12 (English)

CBSE - List of suggested books for Classes 1-12 (English) - CBSE has published list of recommended books for all classes. Access the complete list here

National Informatics Olympiad 2010-11 – First Stage Examination

The Central Board of Secondary Education will be conducting the National Informatics Olympiad in collaboration with the Indian Association for Research in Computing Science (IARCS), Mumbai, across the country and abroad. The examination for the same will be held in two stages. The examination will be open to all the students of classes VIII to XII studying in schools affiliated to CBSE as well as other Boards in the country.

The first stage examination consisting of the Zonal Informatics Olympiad will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 between 10.00 am and 01.00 pm. The examination will be a written examination to test the aptitude of the students, their logical competence,
problem-solving skills, and critical thinking.

Conduct of CBSE Group Mathematics Olympiad, 2010

Central Board of Secondary Education has been conducting Group Mathematics Olympiad every year. The competition is held at selected venues in different parts of the country and aims at identifying, promoting and nurturing talent in the subject.

Commonwealth in Education Programme for 2010

The Commonwealth Games 2010 are set to start and it may be worthwhile to get children involved in activities that excite them about the Commonwealth Games. The `Shera Mera Dost’ Programme has been prepared to educate school children about the games and to generate an atmosphere conducive to the success of the Commonwealth Games. It is also to create among children a motivation to be enthusiastic and participative in events related to the country as young active citizens.

Aptitude and Interest Assessment with the First Ever CBSE Students Global Aptitude Index : Enrolment For The Programme

CBSE has recently extended the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation scheme in classes IX & X, introduced grading system in class X and has phased out class X exams for students of senior secondary schools. The common factor running across these initiatives is to make the entire spectrum of school education learner friendly.


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