CBSE, Class V Moral Science

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  • In continuation to the drive of the government to standardise the education system across the country, NCERT books and curriculum is slowly getting mandatory across India. This has been done to standardize the education system across the country. Now NCERT Books have been made mandatory in Jammu and Kashmir too. For all schools in the J&K state whether government of affiliated to CBSE now...
  • The CBSE board has made available the links from where the Admit card for board exams, list of candidates and examination centre material for class 10 and 12 board examinations can be downloaded. The same has been announced for private candidates too and they can also now download the admit card or Intimation letter for Private Candidates. The schools have to login into the CBSE portal with their...
  • A strange question appeared in the mathematics paper for Primary school students of grade 5 at a school in the Chinese district of Shunqing The question was: "If a ship had 26 sheep and 10 goats on board, how old is the ship's captain?" This question has gone viral on the internet with parents trying to guess the correct answer. Most think that this question was a mistake but the education...
  • National achievement survey (NAS) for Class 10 will beheld by the national council for educational research and training (NCERT), New Delhi on 5th February for students in almost 360 government schools across Goa. The NAS test will be conducted for mathematics, English, social sciences, science and modern Indian languages. The test will be held in school premises and will be invigilated by the...
  • The debate to reduce the syllabus of all classes has heated up post comments by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. He suggested that all state boards including CBSE and NCERT should reduce syllabus for all classes so that quality education instead of quantity education can be given to students. These are very valid comments after long by a minister as the students these days are burdened...