There have been news reports recently, in media claiming leakage of AIPMT paper held on 3rd May 2015. CBSE has announced that there has been no leakage of the question paper in any manner. The examination started at the scheduled time of 10 AM on 3rd May 2015 as scheduled. No reports of papers been leaked were received prior to the commencement of the examination, during the examination or after the examination from any quarter by the Board.
As per the latest news which is coming from CBSE, the Central Board of Secondary Education is planning to release the results for class 10th and Class 12th within this month (May 2015). The results of class 10th are expected to be released first followed by results of class 12th. The Class 10 results are expected to be released in the third week of May 2015 in a phased manner. The results for some specific boards are expected to be released first and then for entire India.
As we all know that the CTET Examinations for 2015 are scheduled to be conducted on 22nd February 2015. The official website for CTET has now released the admit cards for the upcoming examinations. The CTET candidates can login into the official website for CTET and download and print the admit card.
As the exams are approaching students of class 10th and class 12th are already giving their best to prepare for the examination. Today CBSE has announced that the admit cards of the CBSE Board examinations have been released. The students can download the admit cards from the CBSE website the link for which is http://cbseonline.nic.in/ex2011/login.aspx?mnu=l3.
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CBSE has recently released the sample papers for the upcoming CBSE examinations. The CBSE has changed the pattern of questions in the sample papers which shows that this time the number of questions and the marking of the questions will be different as compared to previous years. The number of questions which will be coming in the subjects like Economics, political science, Accountancy and business studies has been reduced and the long answer type questions have been increased. The objective type questions will also be less.
CBSE has announced that the counselling session for the upcoming CBSE 2015 examinations for the students will start from Monday, 2nd February 2015. This year the counselling sessions will be through various mediums like telephonic counselling, question answer columns in newspapers and online counselling, during this phase. The sessions to begin from February 2 will be in continuation till April 12.