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Half of Class 10 students not learning well in school

NCERT

GURUGRAM: Results of the National Assessment Survey (NAS), carried out by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) on Class X students of government and private schools in the city in February, are out. And the findings are disturbing to say the least. The NAS reveals over half the ...

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NCERT Survey: Class 10 Students Performed Worst in Maths

Mathematics

The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) conducted it’s National Achievement Survey (NAS) for the year 2018 recently. This survey is conducted in order to inspect the result of learning in the country. In the survey, students of class 10 have performed the worst in mathematics. In the ...

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CBSE Class 10 Compartment Exam 2018: Encrypted question papers used to plug leaks

Unseen Passages

On 16 July 2018, The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted STD 10 compartment exams through encrypted mode and decentralized printing of question papers. The move is an attempt by the board to conduct leak-proof exams post it was marred by controversy over alleged STD 10 Mathematics and Class 12 ...

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What happened to students who topped CBSE ten years ago?

Fitness

Being a topper helps for a while. But it also comes with added pressure to stay on top. New Delhi: Every year after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declares Class 12 results, the toppers make it to the headlines splashed all over the country. After that brief, one-day fame, ...

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CBSE Class 10th 2018 Date Sheet Released

CBSE Board exam: Marks not likely to be spiked next year, moderation continues

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE has released the class X 2018 board examination date sheet. The complete date sheet for class 10th examination is provided here. The board examinations for class 10th, which make a comeback after 8 years is well spaced. The exams start on March 5 and ...

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CBSE Class 12th 2018 Board Exam Date Sheet Released

CBSE Board exam: Marks not likely to be spiked next year, moderation continues

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE has finally released the date sheet for the class 12th board examinations scheduled for March. As per the date sheet released on the official website a short while ago, the class XII 2018 board examinations are starting from March 5, 2018, and ending on ...

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Educate kids on pollution, worried DoE tells schools

Educate kids on pollution, worried DoE tells schools

Summary: The Delhi government directed schools in the national Capital to sensitize and educate students regarding the health hazards and ill effects of breathing polluted air, including air that has been polluted by fireworks. The DoE further directed all schools that themes for all zonal, district or state level competitions ...

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10 – 12 board exams will be held in March not February: Focus on wrapping all exams in a month

CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has said it won’t be bringing forward board examinations for class X and XII next year, saying it will be held as per schedule in the month of March. The board was considering bringing the exams forward by one month in order to ...

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CBSE दो शिफ्ट में लेगा 10th-12th की परीक्षा

CBSE

हाईस्कूल और इंटर की परीक्षा को लेकर सीबीएसई जल्द ही एक बड़ा फैसला ले सकता है. इस सत्र से हाईस्कूल और इंटर की परीक्षाएं अब दो पाली में कराई जा सकती हैं. अभी तक ये परीक्षाएं एक पाली में कराई जाती थीं. जिसके चलते परीक्षाएं करीब दो महीने तक चलती ...

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CBSE Class 10th, 12th Marks: Spiking Of Marks To Stop From 2018

CBSE

Taking cognizance of the misuse of ‘moderation’ policy, the Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry has issued an advisory to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and all states to stop spiking of marks in class 10 and 12 board exams from 2018. “The school boards may continue with their ...

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