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Registration for Board Exams - CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started the process for class 9th and class 11th students to register for the Board examinations of 2020.  The CBSE has sent out circulars to all the CBSE affiliated schools on 1st October 2018 and have intimated the schools about the process to be followed by the schools for registering their class 9th and class 11th students for the board exams to be conducted in the year 2020.

India skills 2018 Competition CBSE Circular

Indiaskills competition is being held this year from 2nd October till 6th October. This event is held once in two years in which participants from all states in India come together to showcase their skills in a wide variety of activities. The state governments provide support to their respective participants. This year the competition will be held in Delhi at Aerocity. CBSE has also issued a circular to the schools to encourage students to visit the competition premises and witness the events.

CBSE Notification on Board examination 2019 for class 10 and class 12

CBSE has issued notification relating to the Board examination 2019 for class 10 and class 12. CBSE has clarified that the examinations will be held in March 2019 itself but the exams for Skill Education (Vocational) and related subjects will start in the second week of February 2019.  There are 40 Skill Education (Vocational) subjects being offered in class 12 and 15 in class 10.

Read the detailed notification on CBSE below:

150th Birth Anniversary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi

CBSE has issued a circular to all schools in relation to the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and has asked schools to involve kids into various activities. These activities have to be started by the CBSE affiliated schools starting 2nd October and should continue for an year. The activities have to be planned by the schools and should increase awareness amongst students relating to topics of cleanliness, brotherhood, community service, more knowledge on life of Gandhi and many more activities. The extract of the circular has been given below:

Momo Challenge Advisory by CBSE

In continuation to earlier Circular issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on guidelines for Safe and Effective Use of Internet and Digital Technologies in schools and school buses, it is brought to the notice of the schools that precautions may be taken against an online game namely ‘Momo Challenge’.

NCERT Syllabus in Tripura from next academic year

In continuation of the efforts of the government to standardize the education system across the country, government has decided to implement NCERT curriculum system in Tripura also. The education minister of Tripura announced that from next academic year which is starting from 1st April, NCERT (National Council for Educational Research and Training) will be applicable in all schools in Tripura.

FAQs Class 11 Academic Session 2018-19 for Computer Science and Informatics Practices

CBSE has released the following FAQs for Class 11 Academic Session 2018-19 for Computer Science and Informatics Practices - New Syllabus

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Class XI (Academic Session 2018-19) Informatics Practices (New Syllabus)

1. Which version of Python should be preferred?

Ans: Version 3.x. Preferably 3.6.4 and above.

Importance of NCERT

NCERT is an organization which was formed by the Government of India in 1961. The organisation was formed by merging atleast seven government education institutions. The NCERT was formed to standardize the education system in India. The main objective was to publish high quality NCERT books which can be implemented in the entire country to ensure standard education system across the country.

Change in examination patterns by CBSE

Government has been working on revamping the school level education system for all CBSE affiliated schools in India. HRD ministry has recently asked for suggestions from teachers, students and parents on the syllabus contents. Thousands of respondents along with teachers submitted their responses on the MHRD website on their opinion about the syllabus for various classes and what all topics to keep and what all to remove. CBSE and government are currently working on revision of syllabus for all classes.

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