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3 major changes introduced in CBSE Class 12 examinations

As per the latest exam pattern for Class 12, CBSE has increased the weightage of school based internal assessment. Question papers from now onwards will have more number of objective type questions

CBSE ups its game on social media

In another latest move, the board has asked all the school principals and the head of the schools to follow its twitter handle. This has been done to initiate speedy convey of the information to all the stakeholders across the country.

Kannada to be made mandatory in ICSE & CBSE schools

In a recent statement made by the Primary and Secondary Education Minister S.R. Srinivas, he mentioned that Kannada will now be made compulsory for both ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) and CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)

NCERT doubles National Talent Search Examination scholarships

With effect from this year, 2000 students will be selected under the National Talent Search Examination scholarship scheme of the NCERT as compared to 1000 earlier.

No average of 6 formula for ICSE students, Bombay HC dismisses plea

In a recent move, the Bombay High Court rejected the plea of an ICSE student filed by his father, an advocate, to consider the average marks of six subjects scored by his son.

In 2019, CBSE students securing engineering seats triple

Due to poor performance by state board students, their number amongst the top 5000 students has reduced by one-fourth this year.

DU 2019 admissions witness maximum enrollments from CBSE Board

CBSE alone comprises 60 percent of the total Delhi University’s student population in this session.

A Govt appointed committee to review evaluation pattern of state boards

After the class X results of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education faced negative remarks this year, the education department has formed two evaluation committees.

In 2020, CBSE likely to conduct practical exams externally amidst other changes

CBSE to conduct practical exams for classes 10th and 12th externally from 2020

CBSE begins to conduct Artificial Intelligence training programme for teachers

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently announced the inclusion of Artificial Intelligence as a skill subject in classes 8th, 9th and 10th.