June, 2010

CBSE plans many new Vocational Courses for 2011-12

CBSE Vocational Courses The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will start several new vocational courses and re-design the existing courses for the academic year 2011-12. The National Curriculum Committee of came up with several proposals for launch of new courses. Accordingly, a new course on computer-based graphic designing is proposed for introduction for Classed […]

CBSE plans many new Vocational Courses for 2011-12

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Students soon can opt for subjects from multiple disciplines

Multidisciplinary Subjects The HRD Ministry wants to give students the flexibility of having multi-disciplinary subjects from streams of Science, Arts and Commerce together at Class-XI, XII and graduation. Can a student opt for subjects like Physics, Economics and Sanskrit together at Class-XII or under-graduation level? Such multi-disciplinary subject combination, which have been denied to students […]

Students soon can opt for subjects from multiple disciplines

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107 New Kendriya Vidyalayas to be Opened

New Kendriya Vidyalayas THE CABINET Committee on Economic Affairs has approved the opening of 107 new Kendriya Vidyalayas (Central Schools) which is under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (India). The schools are being operated since 1965, under the name of Central Schools and are affiliated with CBSE and now the name has been changed […]

107 New Kendriya Vidyalayas to be Opened

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National Vocational Qualification Framework

Fifty Seventh Meeting of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) was held on 19th June, 2010 at Hotel Ashok, New Delhi under the Chairmanship of Shri Kapil Sibal, Minister of Human Resource Development. Smt. Ambika Soni, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Smt. D. Purandeswari, Minister of State for Human Resource Development and Vice-Chairperson of […]

National Vocational Qualification Framework

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IIT JEE Admission Pattern May Change Next Year

The admission pattern and scheme may be changed from next year as the panel from Human Resource and Development Ministry has recommended seventy percent weightage to class 12 marks and thirty percent marks for performance in an aptitude test. The aptitude test may be conducted more than once a year. A cutoff list on the […]

IIT JEE Admission Pattern May Change Next Year

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AIEEE 2010 first allotment of seats announced

AIEEE Allotment The first allotment of AIEEE based admissions being conducted by Central Counselling Board has been announced, a day ahead of the scheduled date for announcement which was 25.6.2010. Candidates can view their allotment at http://ccb.nic.in/CCB2010/AieeeVacantSeat/Result/Result.aspx after choosing the option Engineering/Architecture and then entering the Roll Number. Candidates can take a printout of the […]

AIEEE 2010 first allotment of seats announced

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AIPMT 2010 Counselling: 162 seats allotted on day 6

A total of 162 seats were allotted to the candidates included in the merit list of the AIPMT Entrance, under the All India Quota seats for MBBS/BDS on the 6th day of counseling (23.6.2010). Of this 161 seats were for MBBS and 1 for BDS. At the end of counseling on the 6th day, 1140 […]

AIPMT 2010 Counselling: 162 seats allotted on day 6

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Canara Bank Recruitment 2010

The recruitment shall be on State-wise / Union territory-wise basis. Candidates can apply for ONE STATE / UNION TERRITORY ONLY and have to appear for the test, from a centre allotted for that particular State / Union Territory. On selection, candidates will be placed anywhere in that state / union territory depending up on Bank’s […]

Canara Bank Recruitment 2010

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CBSE to offer Animation and Design Courses

Chandigarh From the next academic session, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would start a vocational course in animation and designing for students of Class XI and XII. At present, the Board is working on the syllabus, which would be drafted keeping in mind the requirement in the animation industry and Bollywood. “The CBSE […]

CBSE to offer Animation and Design Courses

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No Corporal Punishment in CBSE Schools

A week after the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry ordered that stringent guidelines be formulated against corporal punishment in schools, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to warn its 10,000 plus affiliated schools against the menace this week. It will not only properly define corporal punishment but also suggest immediate action to […]

No Corporal Punishment in CBSE Schools

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