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Important changes in CCE Mentoring and Monitoring Framework

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) in its strengthened form was initiated by Central Board of Secondary Education at Secondary Stage in all schools affiliated to it from the academic session 2009-2010. The CCE scheme has been implemented in its schools successfully with the cooperation and untiring efforts of various stakeholders in general and that of the Mentors in particular. During the last 2-3 years, the Mentors appointed by the Board have significantly contributed positively towards implementation of CCE scheme in CBSE schools. Now we need to give further impetus to the implementation of CCE scheme and carry mentoring further through handholding and collaboration. Mentors can now access the CBSE Academic Website (www.cbseacademic.in) to reach Mentoring-Monitoring Framework under the Mentoring Corner.

Learn English by Sijo Francis

All over the world language serves the purpose of expressing one’s idea effectively. Someone asks and somebody answers. In short, a language means a set of questions and answers. It is same in English also. In order to learn English you should learn to ask questions and should be ready to give answers. These saying or asking is to be done in sentence which is an arrangement of words in a meaningful way. There is a particular way arranging words in English. This order is Subject + Verb + Object, S V O for short.
In case of questions, they are easy to frame and use. A direct question always begins with a helping verb or a question word.

CBSE Newsletter

CBSE has published a newsletter providing very useful details for students and teachers. Please read the latest newsletter and get more information. This is the first CBSE specific newsletter published by CBSE

Organisation of CBSE Science Exhibition-2012

The Central Board of Secondary Education has been taking many initiatives to provide interactive, participatory, hands-on, innovative and creative learning experiences to students studying in its affiliated schools. One such initiative refers to the organisation of Science Exhibitions at Regional and National levels every year. The activity aims at providing a common platform to schools, teachers and students to give shape to their innovate ideas and learn from each other’s experiences. These exhibitions also intend to provide a medium for popularising Science and increase awareness among the stakeholders about close relationship between Science, Technology and Society.

National Informatics Olympiad 2010-11 – First Stage Examination

The Central Board of Secondary Education will be conducting the National Informatics Olympiad in collaboration with the Indian Association for Research in Computing Science (IARCS), Mumbai, across the country and abroad. The examination for the same will be held in two stages. The examination will be open to all the students of classes VIII to XII studying in schools affiliated to CBSE as well as other Boards in the country.

The first stage examination consisting of the Zonal Informatics Olympiad will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 between 10.00 am and 01.00 pm. The examination will be a written examination to test the aptitude of the students, their logical competence,
problem-solving skills, and critical thinking.

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Latest CBSE News

  • Since last year, CBSE has made the class 10th board exams mandatory for all the schools affiliated to CBSE. Well, all the questions come in the board exam are based on the concepts and topics mentioned in the class 10th science NCERT books. For doing well in the board exams students have to prepare from the NCERT book as well as students can also refer other books to study the topics given in the...
  • So if you are one of the students who has just given their 10th class exam and confused about what to pursue next in your life then you have come to a right place. Today in this article we will be talking about some of the courses which students can pursue after their 10th class exam. Mostly students get confused after their 10th on what to choose and what to leave. Many students just take...
  • The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been announced a list of all possible courses that students can continue after class 12. Also, CBSE has listed the names of the colleges, their eligibility criteria and other details related to that course. CBSE chairperson, Anita Karwal in an official statement said CBSE has made a concise list of elective courses that will help the students to...
  • Computers and software have become present everywhere. From booking a railway ticket to watching an IPL match on a smartphone, it is all down to coding and software. It is not surprising that the computer and software industry will provide the bulk of jobs in the coming years. Currently, India has 5.2 million employees who develop software, and the number will increase exponentially in the coming...
  • Nowadays children are very busy with their day to day study. They are very much busy that they even don’t have time for themselves. Burden and competition in education is growing day by day and due to this students are not able to enjoy their life. It is very important for every student to indulge in some other extracurricular or after school programs so that they can spend some time exploring...
  • As per the new rules and regulations of the High Court, all private schools are not bound to enhance their fee structure without the prior permission of the Fee Fixation Committee (FFC). Besides that directorate advised private schools to follow the prescribed curriculum. Directorate of School Education, Jammu has made certain changes regarding the buying of books, uniforms of private schools of...
  • When students prepare for the final board exams, most of the students often waste their time in choosing the right books to study for their final examination. They become confused in choosing the right study material for themselves and ends up taking the wrong books for their preparation which may even lead to failure in their board exams. National Council of Education, Research and training (...
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