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Tamil Nadu may be next in line to make CBSE mandatory for all schools

In an attempt to bring parity to the education delivered to students in Tamil Nadu, a plea has been filed to implement CBSE in all schools. The idea came about when the Central government made NEET mandatory to be able to qualify for medical courses, and since NEET is completely based on CBSE, a lot of students from Government & matriculation schools fell behind and were unable to compete with the CBSE frontrunners.

Percentile based admission leaves students & colleges underwhelmed

The decision to adopt the percentile formula instead of a percentage while admitting students into various courses has left many students and their parents in a fix.  While the admission frenzy was at its peak this time last year, there seems to be a lull this year, especially for the CBSE crowd. For the layman, the percentile formula calculates your position amongst the number of exam takers. This means that even though you secure a higher percentage but the number of students who appeared for the exam is lesser than another board, your ranking automatically is lower.

CBSE to allow answer book scrutiny

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now taken a great step by allowing the scrutiny of answer sheets of 10th and 12th class examinations following the intervention of Delhi High Court in the matter. The decision is made with a condition for students which states that only those students can apply for scrutiny of answer sheets who have applied for the photocopies of their already checked scripts.

Inaccuracy in NEET Results – CBSE releases revised answer key

A revised answer key was released by CBSE on their official website, CBSE neet.nic.in on Sunday for the ambitious students who appeared for the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) hoping to become doctors and dentists.

Following the upload of the original answer key, a candidate challenged the sheet and filed a petition claiming there were inaccuracies in the calculation of her marks. CBSE then released a revised sheet and said that the applicants’ marks were based on the revised answer key.

Tamil Nadu may be next in line to make CBSE mandatory for all schools

In an attempt to bring parity to the education delivered to students in Tamil Nadu, a plea has been filed to implement CBSE in all schools. The idea came about when the Central government made NEET mandatory to be able to qualify for medical courses, and since NEET is completely based on CBSE, a lot of students from Government & matriculation schools fell behind and were unable to compete with the CBSE frontrunners.

Percentile based admission leaves students & colleges underwhelmed

The decision to adopt the percentile formula instead of a percentage while admitting CBSE students into various courses has left many students and their parents in a fix.  While the admission frenzy was at its peak this time last year, there seems to be a lull this year, especially for the CBSE crowd. For the layman, the percentile formula calculates your position amongst the number of exam takers.

Plan Your School Day

A school day is difficult to plan. There are so many things to fit into in a single day that is becomes tough to be able to have fun, and do your revision. Besides, long-term school projects, tuitions and whole-day school hours allow for very little time for the students.

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