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CBSE launches mobile app to help students find exam centre

CBSE launches mobile app to assist students to locate exam center. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has come up with a mobile application to help students find the examination centre.

ICSC and ISC board exam dates rescheduled by CISEC

CISEC rescheduled the dates for ICSC and ISC board exams class 10 and class 12 exams. Check out more details for rescheduled dates for ICSC and ISC class 10 and class 12 exams.

 SSC supplementary exams of MSBSHSE in July-August

Students who have failed or willing to reappear in the SSC supplementary exams of MSBSHSE may seek chance in July-August. SSC supplementary exams is applicable under the Class Improvement Scheme.

ISC to follow the CBSE syllabus after class 10

The Indian School Certificate (ISC) will overhaul its syllabus and will align with CBSE syllabus to prevent the migration of its students post class 10.ISC overhauling syllabus as per CBSE to stop students migration after class 10

CBSE Class 10 results declared today

CBSE Class 10 results to be declared today. Results for Class X will be announced from 2 PM onwards and candidates can check them on CBSE website after 2 o clock

CBSE class 12 results declared today

CBSE class 12 results have been announced. The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE class 12 results were declared today. This year also girls outperformed boys taking the top three positions.

HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Facebook – Answers Student Queries

Smriti Irani says a new education policy will come soon, Union HRD minister Smriti Irani on Facebook said that the government will unveil a new education policy soon.

Class Xth CBSE Maths paper was as per the syllabus – Smriti Irani

According to the experts, the Class Xth CBSE Maths paper was found to be exactly based on the syllabus prescribed by the board. Several reports came to the notice of the government that the paper was tough.

Class 10 board exams unlikely to be brought back, CCE system of evaluation to continue

The Class 10 board exams are unlikely to be brought back, since the government is likely to continue with the current system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), introduced in 2011.

CBSE advises schools to stick to NCERT books

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has urged schools affiliated to it to stick to National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks for all classes. The CBSE took this step after receiving complaints from parents that they were pressured by schools to buy an excessive number of textbooks other than the NCERT ones.