September, 2010

Equal Weightage for both Terms – CBSE

CCE Equal Weightage Students across schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will now have to take their first semester as seriously as the second. From next year, a student’s promotion to the next class would depend equally on his performance in term I and term II. In other words, both semesters […]

Equal Weightage for both Terms – CBSE

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Chinese Language (Mandarin) to be introduced in CBSE Syllabus

Mandarin in CBSE Mandarin, the language spoken by majority of Chinese will soon be part of CBSE curriculum as India and China today discussed modalities to train a large number of Indian teachers to acquire the language skills to make it part of the syllabus. “China is our powerful neighbour and emerging as a biggest […]

Chinese Language (Mandarin) to be introduced in CBSE Syllabus

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Nspired Learning Solutions to Hit Indian Schools

Nspired Learning Education solution provider Texas Instruments (TI) Tuesday launched a new interactive learning solution for teaching mathematics and science in schools. ‘We are confident that this TI solution will herald a new beginning in the way classes and labs are conducted in our schools,’ said Biswadip Mitra, president and managing director, Texas Instruments India, […]

Nspired Learning Solutions to Hit Indian Schools

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New Syllabus for Primary Classes by November

New Syllabus for Primary Classes The process of framing new syllabus for primary classes and eighth standard is expected to be completed by November for schools that follow the State syllabus, and children in fifth standard can particularly expect some significant changes in their social studies textbook. “A total of 130 titles in nine languages […]

New Syllabus for Primary Classes by November

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CBSE to train parents in CCE system

Parent’s Manual for CCE System (The Hindu) The Central Board of Secondary Education, as part of its measures to popularise the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system in schools, has now reached out to parents. According to a note put up on CBSE’s website, the Board would like to initiate training of “parent advocates” to […]

CBSE to train parents in CCE system

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CBSE to Organise Interaction Session on Examination Reforms

Interaction Session on Examination Reforms The Central Board of Secondary Education has recently introduced numerous reforms such as Introduction of School Based Assessment and Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation at the Secondary level, gradual phasing out of Board Examinations at Class X, replacing marks with grades and introducing the process of accreditation to benchmark quality in […]

CBSE to Organise Interaction Session on Examination Reforms

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IIT Medical Courses

IIT Medicine The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) would now offer courses in medicine with foreign nationals on permanent faculty positions and students from abroad at the post graduate level. The government decided to seek the approval of the Medical Council of India (MCI) for the course. No MCI approval would be required where IITs […]

IIT Medical Courses

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No Homework for CBSE School Students

No Homework Good news for school children, as much as for their parents. No more homework for children in schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is setting a trend for other boards. These schools are in the process of doing away with the seemingly agonising task of homework, the burden […]

No Homework for CBSE School Students

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MSBSHSE Upgraded the Course and Teaching Pattern of Std IX

MSBSHSE Class IX Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has overhauled the course and teaching pattern of Std IX. The changes have been made only in mathematics and science subjects as of now to bring them at par with CBSE/ICSE syllabi. Theory-based teaching has been scrapped in favour of a practical […]

MSBSHSE Upgraded the Course and Teaching Pattern of Std IX

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Low fee structure drives matric schools to CBSE

CBSE Affiliation Unhappy with the lower fees fixed by the state government, several private matriculation schools in Tamil Nadu have approached the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for affiliation with the Board. Highly-placed sources in CBSE said that several private matriculation schools in the state had approached the Board’s southern region office in Chennai […]

Low fee structure drives matric schools to CBSE

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