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  • 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...
  • Google has partnered with NCERT to educate children on Digital Citizenship and Safety. As per latest news from Google, they will help NCERT in designing study material on awareness on being good and responsible digital citizens. This new curriculum will be introduced in computers or Information and Communication Technology (ICT) curriculum in schools from class 1 till class 12. Nowadays students...
  • Concerns have been shown by the class 12 students regarding the datesheet released by CBSE for class 12 board examination. Some of the examinations are back to back leaving little space for students to relax and revise for next exam. Specifically those in the humanities/ arts stream are the most impacted as exam for psychology exam is on April 5, political science exam is on April 6 and legal...
  • The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has released the datesheet for the board examinations for Class 10 and Class 12. The exams are going to start on March 7 and end on April 3. Th exams for both class 10 and 12 will be held parallelly between 12.30 to 3.30 pm and both exams will start with English as the first exam. There is enough gap between the dates of the exams thus giving enough...
  • 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...