July, 2010

25% Quota in Schools for Students from Weaker Sections

Quota in Schools The state government on Friday issued orders providing 25 per cent seats to the students from weaker sections in Class I of private schools that are affiliated to the state board, CBSE, ICSE and other boards as a part of the implementation of the Right to Education (RTE) Act. Academicians termed the […]

25% Quota in Schools for Students from Weaker Sections

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No Unit Tests up to Std VIII for SSC Students

Formative Assessment will replace Unit Test TOI A new government resolution (GR) for SSC schools is awaiting Mantralaya clearance. Once passed, it plans to do away with unit tests up to Class VIII, replacing them with formative assessment. This involves developing a child’s complete personality—communication skills, dialogue, reading and acting out passages. Teachers will have […]

No Unit Tests up to Std VIII for SSC Students

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Single Entrance Exam for Medical and Engineering

Single Entrance Exam There is a proposal with CBSE to integrate the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination which is conducted for the 15% merit positions for the Medical/Dental Colleges of India, and the All India Engineering Entrance Examination which is being conducted for various Engineering and Architecture Institutions including National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian […]

Single Entrance Exam for Medical and Engineering

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Strategic Management & Leadership for Principals of CBSE Schools

Strategic Management & Leadership As you may be aware, CBSE has been conducting training programmes for principals in ‘Strategic Management & Leadership’ in collaboration with the Indian Institutes of Management and NUEPA, New Delhi. The overwhelming response from the Principals of affiliated schools has made the Board explore other avenues for providing training to Heads […]

Strategic Management & Leadership for Principals of CBSE Schools

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Complain about Corporal Punishment through an Email or SMS

Corporal Punishment (The Telegraph) Students and parents can soon complain about corporal punishment directly to the state government through SMS and email under a separate set of rules meant to ensure that teachers spare the rod. “We are determined to stop the menace of corporal punishment at any cost. No teacher will be allowed to […]

Complain about Corporal Punishment through an Email or SMS

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DU introduces BPO job oriented course

DU BPO Course Gone are the days when jobs in the BPO industry were looked down upon. Today, this industry hires youngsters in huge numbers and pays them well too. In keeping with this trend, Delhi University has entered into an MoU with NASSCOM to offer its undergraduate students a course that will develop employment […]

DU introduces BPO job oriented course

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CBSE Online Registration appreciated by Schools

CBSE Online Registration (The Telegraph) To make the system of registration fool-proof, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started an online registration system for students of Class XI and for those who are appearing for the 2011 Class XII board examination. Earlier, CBSE Schools would encounter problems while registering students for the board […]

CBSE Online Registration appreciated by Schools

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Training Programme on Media Studies at NCERT

Media Studies Many government and non government schools have taken initiatives to make media as part of school curriculum. If media is to become part of school curriculum enabling transformation both in curriculum and teaching, then teachers needs to be oriented in this new subject. Hence four training programmes of 3-days each are organized at […]

Training Programme on Media Studies at NCERT

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No Value of CBSE Vocational Courses during College Admissions

Vocational Courses Update: http://news.icbse.com/delhi-university-cbse-vocational-subjects-1564 Dimple Singh Arora had been running from pillar to post for the last one-and-a-half months to help his daughter secure admission in BCom (programme) in a regular Delhi University college. Arora wrote to the CBSE director, to the Education Minister and even the Prime Minister’s Office but his efforts came to naught […]

No Value of CBSE Vocational Courses during College Admissions

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Online Payment for School Teachers in Maharashtra

Maharashtra government is mulling over making salary payments of school teachers online to bring transparency in the system. “We are considering to start online payment for school teachers of aided schools across the state to bring transparency in the system,” School Education Minister Balasaheb Thorat informed the Legislative Council here today. Opposition has been demanding […]

Online Payment for School Teachers in Maharashtra

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