If you want perfect examination results then studying effectively is not a matter of chance. Students, who follow systematic methods and learn more easily, retain their study material for long durations and save themselves from hours of last moment studying and rush.
The CBSE board for Uttar Pradesh has taken a step further for the benefit of the CBSE students. An “Observation Schedule” has been set up as per which the students and teachers can send their observations regarding the questions which will come in the CBSE board examinations. If the questions are out of syllabus, too difficult for the students to solve or has not been translated properly for the students can be reported to the Central Board of Secondary Education.
As per the latest information Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) has withdrawn the order relating to blow up syllabus which caused lot of confusion and distress amongst students at the time when the examinations are just on our door steps. As per the board feedback was obtained from various schools heads across the country and this order has been withdrawn.
As notified earlier the Haryana state government has implemented the CCE system on test basis in Class 1 to 8th in CBSE affiliated schools. As per the plan these schools will be required to conduct a monthly test for all subjects. The scoring of these tests will be used in the final evaluation of the student at year end.
CBSE is expected to release the board exam datesheet for the upcoming Class 10th and Class 12th Board examinations is expected to be released this week. The process of getting the forms to be filled up and the admit card will also be explained this week by CBSE. This is the second confirmation that we have got from CBSE.
The state government is planning to introduce a computerised mark sheet evaluation system for CBSE run schools. There are approximately 70000 students who will be benefited with the process. As per this process the mark sheets will be bar coded and then scanned and put in a computerized system which will go through a software which will automatically evaluate the answer sheets.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the date on which the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Test (AIPMT 2015) will be held. The decided date is May 3, 2015.
Excluding the states of Andhra Pradesh and J&K the examination is held for all India government medical and dental colleges. Its also important to note that AIPMT admission tests are conducted for admission to Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) programs
It has been decided by the Haryana Education minister to implement continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) system for students of Classes 1 to 8 and to start with it has been decided to implement the system in government schools. Though in states where the CCE system has been implemented there are discussions going on to withdraw the system whereas Haryana wants to implement the system in their schools. As part of the CCE system monthly tests for every subject will be conducted for all the students studying class 1-8 by the school teachers.
Due to the growing common consensus that CCE is not giving the desired results the government is planning to review the entire system of comprehensive continuous evaluation (CCE). There is growing concern that CCE is more damaging than being good for students as it causes extra pressure on the students due to various things included mandatorily in CCE like projects and activities of 20 marks.