After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the date sheet for the conduct of Class 10 and Class 12 Term-1 exams, many students have expressed their views regarding the same.
CBSE Controller of Examinations, Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj reveals the reason for dividing Class 10 & 12 Board exams into two terms.
As per the latest notification, the date for submission of online application for (CTET) which was closing on October 19 (tomorrow) has been extended till October 25, 2021.
Candidates who have registered themselves to appear for the CBSE Board Exams 2021-2022 can now check the date sheet online. The Board has uploaded the date sheet on both the official websites, i.e. cbse.gov.in and cbseacademic.nic.in.
In a tweet, CBSE urged the students to be alert and stay away from misleading information being circulated on social media.
With the Term-1 Board exams for Classes 10 and 12 all set to kick off in November, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has reportedly come up with some new rules and guidelines for students appearing in the exams.
The INSPIRE Awards - MANAK (Million Minds Augmenting National Aspirations and Knowledge), executed by DST with National Innovation Foundation – India (NIF), an autonomous body of DST, aims to motivate students of classes 6 to 10 to excel in innovation and studies.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is slated to release the result of Class 12 private, ‘patrachar’ and second compartment students by September 30.
In a major announcement, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to exempt examination fees of all those students who have lost their parents to Covid-19.
The decision to waive off exam and registration fee was taken by CBSE as a special measure for the academic Session 2021-22.
Owing to the pandemic situation, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) decided to hold the 2022 Board exams for Class 10 and 12 students in two terms with a reduced syllabus.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked schools to submit the list of candidates, set to appear for next year's Class 10 and 12 board examination. The process of submission began today and the deadline for the same has been set for September 30.
All the CBSE affiliated schools are required to register themselves before proceeding for the online submission. Schools must use the 'Affiliation Number' as user ID already available with them.
The Tamil Nadu government on Monday (Sept 13) passed a bill to scrap the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) for the state’s medical aspirants. Under the Bill, instead of the exam, these students will be provided admissions into undergraduate medical courses based on Class 12 marks.
The CBSE had introduced Applied Mathematics course for students of classes 9 and 12. The subject involves 80 per cent marks for theory and 20 per cent marks for practical works in the board examination.
The CBSE has teamed up with IIT Gandhinagar for the Eklavya Series which focuses on clarifying National Education Policy (NEP) and showcase how effectively it can be implemented across the schools.
The Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently released a circular pertaining to the conduct of Class 9th and 11th exams by the board.
The AICTE has further instructed its affiliated universities and institutions to obtain an ‘undertaking’ from such ‘provisionally admitted’ students that he/she shall submit their results within one week from the declaration of the results by the CBSE to their respective institution.
The viral message claimed that the CBSE will conduct the Class 9 and 11 examinations across the country with a single question paper. The question paper will be prepared by the Board itself. Meanwhile, the CBSE has refuted of having any such plans.
Odisha plans to transform in the first phase 1,070 schools with modern facilities and Government feels that the move would lay the foundation for a progressive Odisha. Chief Minister said the decision to transform the schools will bring new opportunities for children of the state and will help them fulfil their dreams.
The challenge has been launched to ensure that students discover and come to terms with the digital age space technology at young age and become innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow.
The top court was hearing a plea citing delay in the announcement of results of these categories of students, which may lead to denial of admission to them for higher studies.
The Supreme Court on Monday (Sept 6) announced that the Class 12 students appearing for Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Private, Patrachar and second compartmental exam can apply for higher education even before their results are published.
Supreme Court will hear the plea seeking declaration of results of Class XII Private Patrachar and 2nd Compartment Students of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on September 3.
The date for registration of Counsellors and teachers for its online career guidance and counselling portal for students has been extended till September.