The SC on Monday sought a response from the private school for allegedly demanding money and putting undue pressure on the students
The CBSE Science Challenge 2021-22 is exclusively designed for the students of classes 8 to 10. There is no participation fee for this student enrichment activity.
The board has advised candidates to download their revised admit cards and appear in the examination at the respective centers as per revised schedule accordingly
The CBSE is expected to release the term 1 results for Class 10 and Class 12 by next week. However, any official announcement regarding the results is yet to come from the board.
Last year, the CBSE class 12 board examination was cancelled due to the pandemic.
The scholarship is provided to single girl children who have passed class 10 from the schools affiliated to CBSE. The scheme started in 2006.
Though the examination in the first shift on December 16 was conducted successfully across the country, the scheduled second shift (Paper 2) examination could not be completed due to unexpected technical glitches.
Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company will expand its partnership with Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday (Dec 15)
"Once OMRs are packed and sealed, the same will be dispatched to the concerned regional office. After dispatch, the receipt of dispatch will also be uploaded as per practice," said Bhardwaj.
In the purported audio message, the controller was saying, "Don't worry students, if you attempt 28 to 31 questions correctly, you will score around 38 marks. CBSE will award grace marks up to six to the students".
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday (Dec 13) dropped a controversial comprehension passage from its Class 10 English board exam question paper. As per a circular released by CBSE, the board decided to drop the passage from the paper conducted on Saturday (Dec 11) after several stakeholders complained about its ‘regressive’ and ‘misogynistic’ messaging.
Any candidate, who wants to edit his/her CTET 2021, can do the same by visiting the official website- ctet.nic.in.
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra also took to Twitter objecting to the question paper.
This decision has been taken as a special one-time measure for session 2021-22 only considering the special circumstances, the CBSE notice read.
The new decision will be applicable for the examinations to be conducted from December 7, 2021
As the major subject board exams of the CBSE begin countrywide for Class 10 and 12 students; here is how guardians, students and teachers reacted to the same.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said admissions can be provided to foreign students by the schools affiliated to it without seeking any prior approval.
In a big relief for many CBSE (Central Board Of Secondary Education) students, the Supreme Court on Monday (Nov 23) informed that it will hear the plea filed by the students seeking directions to the Board for retaining original marks obtained in the board exams through alternative assessment.
The Reading Challenge will be for English and Hindi languages and the students can attempt this challenge in either or both languages, an official circular released by the Board on Monday stated.
The Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday (Nov 18) dismissed the plea filed seeking Term 1 exams in hybrid mode. The Apex Court rejected the plea filed by the students of both CBSE (Central Board Of Secondary Education) and ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education). The court has directed that the exams will be held in offline mode while adhering to all Covid-19 protocols.
The bench said it hopes and trusts that authorities will take all precautions and measures to ensure that no one is exposed to anything untoward in the examination process.
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) released a notification on Wednesday (Nov 17) regarding the third phase of admissions in Class 11 across schools and colleges in Odisha.
With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) gearing up for offline board exams for Class 10 and 12 students across the country, several students have requested the Board to revise its decision. In a viral list of demands mentioning ‘genuine reasons’, the students want the Board to consider conducting the Term 1 paper in a hybrid mode or entirely online.
While there will be objective type questions in the Term 1 exams, the Term-II exams, scheduled to be conducted from March to April 2022, will be of subjective/objective type.
CBSE has announced to conduct the exams of different subjects by fixing date sheet across affiliated schools in India and abroad.