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Merits and Demerits of CBSE Grading System

A grading system is a system that is used to assess the educational performance and achievements of a child. The primeval type of grading system uses the total marks scored by the child for this assessment. But things have been changing. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced a new grading system where alphabets especially first five alphabets from A to E are used for grading purpose.

Special features of CBSE Board Results with new Grading System would be:

CBSE class XII results expected to be declared at www.cbseresults.nic.in this week

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. The board has been involved in providing education and conducting the class X and Class XII Board exams, along with JEE Main-NEET UG and CTET entrance exams.

Last year CBSE had declared 12th Class or Senior School Certificate (Compartment) result in the first week of August and CBSE expected to announce the CBSE results for 2017 examination this week.

Workshop on classroom management

Ivy World School conducted a two-day ‘Capacity building program’. It was based on classroom management. Vinod Bhatia, MA medical, has an 18-year old teaching and administrative record and an impressive track record. He was a member of the resource team. He was accompanied by Sangeeta Bhatia who has been working as a school counselor for 16 years. She has experience in life skills and adolescent issues.

Free our children from burden of books

Have you noticed small children struggling to carry their school bags filled with books? Do you know what happens to our children when they lift the Weight that is half their weight every day?

In the name of education, we are punishing our children and there by spoiling their childhood and physical development. This is a truth many educated parents know about and we are yet to address this major problem happening right In front of our eyes.

NCERT curriculum starting from next year

The state government has decided to bring out NCERT published text books to CBSE and it will be implemented in a step by step process. As an initiation of this movement government is planning to introduce NCERT textbooks to class I to class VII in the next academic year.

There has been a huge demand among students to adopt NCERT textbooks because it is considered as a principal book for competitive exams in central level

School heads welcome the jammers imposed by CBSE in schools

The CBSE has decided to introduce jammers in schools. The main motive would be to block websites related to child pornography. Principals and teachers of several schools have welcomed the idea. The authorities still have to decide when to install the jammers in the schools.

The teachers emphasized the need to keep such content out of reach of people, especially children.

Class 10th, 12th Compartment Result CBSE Result In August

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will publish their class10, 12 results in August. The compartment had begun on this Monday.

These exams were held for class 12th on Monday. The exams of class 10th will be over by July 24. The compartment exams are held for students who did not clear a subject during the board exam. The students can also appear for this exam if they wish to improve their marks in any particular subject.

Board tweaks pattern of HSC paper for 2019 exam

The state Board students of Maharashtra, currently studying in standard XI (Science) give their Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations, in 2019. It is based on a national framework as laid down by the Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE) in India.

The pattern of question papers for physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics has been changed. So that the students fare better in entrance exams like the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE). Apparently, there will be no change in the present curricula.

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Latest CBSE News

  • Class 10 and class 12 board examination students can now air their concerns regarding the questions which will come in the board examinations directly to CBSE. A latest announcement has come from CBSE which states that an observation schedule will be developed by CBSE according to which the students or schools or even teachers can send their concerns to CBSE within 24 hours of the board exam...
  • As per latest circular issued by CBSE there has been slight modification in the dates sheet for class 12 Board Examinations. The examination date for Physical Education exam has been modified. Earlier the exam date was 9th April 2018. This exam will now be held on 13th April 2018. This comes as a relief for students as earlier the sociology exam was next day of the Physical Education exam. Now...
  • Concerns have been shown by the class 12 students regarding the datesheet released by CBSE for class 12 board examination. Some of the examinations are back to back leaving little space for students to relax and revise for next exam. Specifically those in the humanities/ arts stream are the most impacted as exam for psychology exam is on April 5, political science exam is on April 6 and legal...
  • The CBSE board is going to add another new topic in its 10th, 12th grade syllabus from next year. CBSE will include stories of the bravery of 21 Param Vir Chakra winners to its syllabus for class 10 and class 12.  Small biographies of the brave people recognized by India will now be taught in CBSE schools across the country. For this, the CBSE has also sent a proposal to NCERT.   The government...
  • The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has released the datesheet for the board examinations for Class 10 and Class 12. The exams are going to start on March 7 and end on April 3. Th exams for both class 10 and 12 will be held parallelly between 12.30 to 3.30 pm and both exams will start with English as the first exam. There is enough gap between the dates of the exams thus giving enough...
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