CBSE Accountancy Paper Leaked

There has been news going around that paper has been leaked. This news came to light when Delhi Education Minister tweeted about the images which he got on his whatsapp. He verified the images with the actual accountancy paper and to the shock of everyone the paper matched Set 2 of the accountancy paper.

Sisodia immediately got in touch with CBSE to file a complaint. CBSE has come forward and have initially denied any such news and have said that some mischief has been played as all bundles of the examination papers have been found intact in the sealed envelopes.

CBSE makes changes in curriculum for class 9 and class 11

CBSE has already started making changes to the curriculum for the academic year 2018-2019. In a major announcement done by CBSE there are certain courses which have been discontinued by CBSE.

It has been announced that for class 9 students two elective courses and for class 11 students’ three elective courses will be discontinued.

The courses dropped by CBSE are as follows:

Subjects which have been discontinued for Class 9 students are as follows:

1. English Communicative (code 101)

Class 12 Physics Board Exam

The board exam for class 12 Physics is scheduled for 7th March 2018. Physics taken up by science students is a very important subject which is also considered to be very scoring. The students are advised to stick to the syllabus issued by CBSE and follow the guidelines issued by CBSE and NCERT.

Suggestions invited by MHRD for reduction in syllabus

The Department of School Education and Literacy under Ministry of Human Resource Development had announced couple of weeks back that they have started their work towards reduction of syllabus and bringing changes in the curriculum for class 1 to class 12.

It was also announced that suggestions from teachers, parents and students will be invited which will be taken into consideration during the entire process of revising the syllabus.

Alert by CBSE to schools regarding board exams

An alert has been issued by CBSE to all schools in India and abroad wherever board examinations are currently been held.

CBSE has received complaints that schools have been receiving emails from email ids like asking for copies of question papers for verification.

It has been mentioned in the email that this is official email id of CBSE and the copies of question papers are asked to ensure that the copies reached to the schools is correct.


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