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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.

About 10,000 students to develop digital solutions for Smart India Hackathon 2017

Geo-fencing of airports, online toll collection, real-time monitoring of teachers’ attendance could soon be a reality.

Mixed reactions received from Parents & Schools regarding the new CBSE exam format for Class 6 to 9.

Parents have supported the move saying that this will increase confidence in students & prepare them for higher classes, where the examination are based on the whole syllabus instead of just a part. Some principals feel the new system would not be be

CBSE mandates new exam format for Classes 6 to 9 in all CBSE’s affiliated schools

To increase the confidence in the students to start preparing for Class 10 Board examination when they join the upper primary stage in Class 6, the CBSE has decided to implement the uniform system of assessment, examination pattern & issue of report

CBSE Class 12 Mathematics & Maharashtra SSC Science & Tech papers were too lengthy this year

Most of the students who gave the CBSE Class 12th Mathematics & Maharashtra SSC Science & technology papers on 20th March said that both were lengthy papers because of which they couldn’t attempt all the questions.

Any Indian language can be included as third language, suggests HRD Minister

The three language formula in Indian schools, need not to have English as a compulsory language, the options can include three Indian languages in all, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said.

’Good Institutions Will Flourish, Bad Will Go’, says HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar

On Saturday, the HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said that educational institutions, government or private, will have to improve their standards to survive in future.

Schools to ensure that Indian National Flag is not insulted, says CBSE

In order to show respect to the national anthem, CBSE has issed directives to the schools to ensure strict compliance of National Flag code.

President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee said, ‘’No room for intolerance in educational institutions’’

In a special convocation organised by Mumbai University, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee said there is no room for intolerance, prejudice & hatred within the spaces of our educational institutions.

How to give your best shot in your Board exams this year ?

Examination are the most important & stressed-out time for students. Some students score very well while others underperform. Below are some exam tips to help the students.