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CBSE Board exams to be conducted from March 5, CISCE Board also releases date sheet.

CBSE as well as CISCE Board releases date sheet for March 2018 exams

The CISCE is likely to release Board Examination 2018 date sheet this week, says Sources.

Sources suggest that date sheet may be released in the first week of January 2018.

CBSE Board Exam Date Sheet likely to be out in the second week of January 2018

No further delay beyond the second week of January 2018 is expected at the end of conducting authorities of CBSE Class 10th & 12th Board Exams 2018.

CBSE Board exams to be held in the month of March 2018, confirms CBSE

This circular resolved all the speculations that were doing the rounds since last couple of weeks that exams will be held in February.

ICSE students need only 33% & ISC students need only 35% to pass Board exams now.

From next academic session 2019, the pass mark for ICSE will be 33 % instead of 35 % & the pass mark for ISC has been reduced from 40% to only 35%.

CBSE Board exams of Class 10 & 12 to be held in March 2018.

An official of the CBSE Board has confirmed that the 2018 Board examinations will be held in March 2018.

CBSE provides Online Scholarship for Single Girl Child, Only applicable if the girl has secured above 60% marks in Class X exams

The student will be given Rs 500 per month as scholarship. A scholarship awarded under the scheme shall be paid for a maximum period of two years.

Over Kannada teaching, all the CBSE schools to move to Court

The School management in the schools have said that they have no problem teaching Kannada as one of the languages, however Schools find it very difficult if it is made mandatory as first or second language.

CBSE to motivate students towards environment protection

Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to hold various quiz contests in schools across India to help students learn & appreciate history, tourism & cultural heritage of the country.

Foreign language subject to be elective, says CBSE

The CBSE Board has proposed that indigenous language get importance in school curriculum.