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CBSE & other School Boards scrap the famous ‘Grace marks’ policy

The Central Board of Secondary Education & other school boards have mutually called on to scrap the ‘’Marks moderation’’ or grace marks policy from this year onwards.

CBSE says to its schools, Stop commercialising education

The Central Board of Secondary Education has warned all the schools affiliated by the Board against commercialization of education and selling school books, uniforms, etc at an inflated price.

CBSE Board says no change in its language policy

The CBSE Chairman Mr. R.K. Chaturvedi said that there is ‘’no change in its language policy’’, he said in contrast to make Hindi language compulsory till Class 10 in CBSE schools.

RUSA Portal plus Mobile App to be launched by Prakash Jvadekar tomorrow

Under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) will launch its own portal and mobile app tomorrow by Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi.

All 2077 Schools affiliated through CBSE Board fined with Inr 50,000 for not providing information

A fine of Inr 50,000 was slapped on all 2077 schools affiliated through CBSE Board for not complying with its order for making details about institutions public.

CBSE Board Results to get delayed this year for Classes 10 & 12

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) might declare the Class 10 & 12 results late this year due to an increase in number of students this year as compared to last year.

HRD Ministry says New Education Policy to be finalised soon, the focus will be on both quality & equality

HRD Minister Mr Prakash Javadekar has announced that the new & latest Education Policy will be finalised & announced soon. It is expected that their focus will be on both quality & equality.

A refreshing move by CBSE regarding Vocational subjects

CBSE Board has opened up opportunities for students in the vocational stream.

Hrd Minister Prakash Javadekar says, Education institutes need to focus on research.

The Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar has said that education institutes needs to focus on research in order to be a part of India’s growth story.

ICSE Kannada’s paper was full of mistakes, students & parents seek re-examination

Hundreds of students who appeared for ICSE Kannada examination had a tough morning answering the paper after noticing atleast 15 to 20 spelling mistakes along with grammatical errors, etc in the question paper.