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सिर्फ चंद मिनट Yoga बड़ा फायदा होगा- Year long Information, Education and Communication campaign by CBSE to draw and bring children to Yoga
Students prefer the CBSE over the CISCE for the Class 10 and Class 12 exams
It is a "misconception" that students prefer the CBSE over the CISCE for the Class 10 and Class 12 exams as the former prepares them better for competitive exams, an official said on Thursday.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducts the ISC exam for Class 12 and the ICSE exam for Class 10 students.
"It is a misconception and just a mindset that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) prepares students for competitive exams," CISCE chief executive and secretary Gerry Arathoon told the media here.
"Since the CBSE conducts exams like the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) and All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), it has become a mindset and misconception that CBSE prepares better than ICSE/ISC," Arathoon added.
CBSE has decided to create a cadre of master trainers
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to create a cadre of master trainers for running in-service training programmes for teachers at its affiliated schools to improve teaching standards.
"Continuous professional development of in-service teachers plays a pivotal role in school education and development of a country, thus it is among the priorities of CBSE," said DT Sudharshan Rao, Joint Secretary and In-charge (Academics and Training).
"In this regard, CBSE is inviting experienced principals, vice principals and senior teachers to become Master Trainers and Trainers to conduct in-service training programmes for teachers throughout the country," Mr Rao said.
(News) AIPMT 2015 exam cancelled, Supreme Court directs CBSE to conduct fresh test within 4 weeks
Over 630,000 students will have to take the All-India Pre-Medical Test afresh in four weeks after the Supreme Court on Monday scrapped it due to large-scale irregularities but experts fear protracted admission delays after the CBSE indicated the time-frame was not enough.
A bench of justices RK Agarwal and Amitava Roy also ordered that all institutes involved in the AIPMT exam process must cooperate with the CBSE to conduct the retest.
The bench said that although the re-conduct of the examination would consume time and cause inconvenience but to maintain the "impeccable and irrefutable" credibility of examination "this is the price, the stakeholders would have to suffer".
"We are not unaware that in holding the present examination as well as in participating in the exercise, all genuinely concerned have put in tireless efforts. All these however have been rendered futile by a handful of elements seeking to reap undue financial gain by subjecting the process to their evil manoeuvres.
"We have thus no hesitation to order that the All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Test stands cancelled. CBSE would now have to hold a fresh examination at the earliest... We direct the Board, in the attendant of facts and circumstances to hold the examination within a period of four weeks from today," the bench said.
The top court rejected the CBSE’s argument that cancelling the test would be unfair when only 44 students had been booked for unfair practices and said the entire examination process stood vitiated.
"The bigger issue is that the sanctity of the examination is under suspicion. We want to be doubly sure that there is no alternative but to order re-conduct of the exam," a two-judge SC bench said.
The court was hearing a batch of petitions filed by candidates, who wrote the exam, seeking its cancellation.
(Info) Schedule & Application for Compartment Examination July, 2015 (Class X, & XII)
The following is the schedule of receipt of online application forms and fee in respect of Regular candidates and application forms for private candidates of Class X/XII for the ensuing Comptt./6th Subject for Class XII/IOP for Class X Examinations to be held in July 2015:
|1||Date of receipt of Comptt./IOP form without late fee||22nd June, 2015(Monday)|
|2||Date of receipt of forms with late fee of Rs.10/- per day||30th June, 2015(Tuesday)|
|3||Conduct of compartment-Class XII/IOP-Class X Exam.||16th July, 2015(Thursday)|
|4||Declaration of Compartment – Class XII result||6th August, 2015(Thursday)|
|5||Declaration of IOP – Class X result||13th August, 2015(Thursday)|
(News) CBSE will soon give Digital Certificates along with Printed Marksheets
The Central Board of Secondary Education is likely to start issuing mark sheets and certificates in digital format as well along with hard copies which can be stored by students in their digital lockers, according to a top official in the IT Ministry.
"We are working with CBSE on digital certificates. The proposal is to enable students to store their CBSE certificates in their digital locker. I expect CBSE will issue these certificates within couple of months," IT Secretary R S Sharma told PTI.
The government launched digital lockers on February 10 and within three months over 1 lakh people have started using it. Madhya Pradesh (over 24,000), Uttar Pradesh (over 17,000) and Gujarat (over 13,000) are top three states where people have registered for this facility.
The concept of digital locker is to make people free from carrying files or getting copies attested.
(Notification) CBSE: Verification/Answer book/Reevaluation Process, Main Examination 2015
Reg: Modalities and schedule of fee in respect of the processes of Verification of Marks, Obtaining Photocopy of the Evaluated Answer Book(s) and Revaluation for the Senior School Certificate (Class XII) Examination, 2015.
It is for the information of all the stakeholders that w.e.f. 2014 examination Board has decided to introduce the provision of “Revaluation” at the Senior Secondary level(Class XII) in addition to the provisions of Verification of Marks and Obtaining of photocopy of evaluated answer book(s) which are already in existence. These processes have been interlinked viz. candidates applying for verification of marks will only be eligible to apply for obtaining photocopy of evaluated answer book and those obtaining photocopy of answer book will only be eligible to apply for revaluation, meaning thereby that no candidate will be permitted to make a request for providing of photocopy(ies)without following the procedure of verification of marks and in the same way no candidate would have a right to challenge the answer(s) without verification of marks and getting photocopy of the evaluated answer book. Therefore, the candidates are requested to take note of this information and be careful while submitting application(s) accordingly.
The modalities are as under:
1. Verification of marks
- The fee is Rs. 300/- per subject
- The period for applying is within 07 days w.e.f. 27.5.2015(Wednesday) to 02.06.2015(Tuesday)
- Payment will be received through gateway(credit/Debit card)/e-challan.
- No application or fee shall be received offline in any mode i.e. Postal Order/DD/Money Order/Cheque etc.
- The result of verification of marks will be uploaded on the Net. However in case a mistake is detected, a formal letter will also be sent by speed post.
- the Board will not be responsible for any loss or damage or any inconvenience caused to the candidate, consequent upon the delay in communication for reasons beyond control
- NO REQUEST RECEIVED UNDER RTI FOR VERIFICAITON OF MARKS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
- NO APPLICATION WILL BE ACCEPTED WIHOUT FEE.
- INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE SUMMARILY REJECTED.
- REQUEST FOR VERIFICAITON WILL ONLY BE SUBMITTED ONCE. ANOTHER CHANCE WILL NOT BE GIVEN.
CBSE: List of Special Candidates 2015 subject to verification category who have secured 90% and above
CBSE: List of Special Candidates 2015 subject to verification category who have secured 90% and above
Exam Name: CBSE
Codes: B- Visually Impaired, D-Hearing Impaired, H-Orthopaedically Impaired, S-Spastic, C-Dyslexic
CBSE: Statistics Results 2015
Statistics Results Part -1
Delhi Visually-impaired boy scores 91.4 per cent in CBSE class 12 exam
He cannot see the world around him but that did not deter 18-year-old Tapas Bhardwaj from chasing his dreams as he aced CBSE 12th Board exams scoring 91.4 per cent marks and topping his school where he studied with normal children.
Tapas, a student of DPS R K Puram, who has no vision in both his eyes since birth, took the exam with the help of a scribe and notched up 457 of the total 500 marks just 39 short of the all India topper M Gayatri, who secured 496.
Raised in a joint family, he got all the support he needed to overcome the challenges he faced since childhood. He studied normally for 7-8 hours using a special software that converts text to voice on his laptop, said his elder brother Nakul.
Mythili Mishra, 2nd topper of CBSE class XII exam
Mythili Mishra of Amity International School, who achieved a second rank in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class XII exams, wants to become an IAS officer.
With 99 per cent marks, she is also the Uttar Pradesh state topper.
Mythili wants to procure a bachelor's and master's degree in Political Science and then aspires to be an IAS officer. Both her parents are advocates.
17-year-old Mythili loves to paint and read.
When she checked her results at home after they were declared on Monday, she did not know that she was the second topper in the country. It was only when calls started pouring from her school and the media.
Mythili says she used to study regularly for 4 to 5 hours per day after attending school. And during exams she studied for over 12 hours daily.
Always present in the class, she said she never bunked classes.
CBSE - Class XII Examination Result 2015
CBSE - Class XII Examination - Announced on 25th May 2015.
- Exam: CBSE
- Class: 12th
CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest 2015 [CCCC 2015]
Crossword puzzles help students improve their vocabulary, reasoning, lateral thinking and analytical abilities. Deciphering solutions from the given clues help young minds develop other cognitive skills, like making inferences, evaluating alternatives and drawing conclusion. Learning becomes so much more enjoyable as different mental faculties are challenged. Most importantly, solving a crossword puzzle results in a sense of personal achievement, which is so vital for personality development. Crossword is also an interesting and effective educational tool, for students and teachers alike.
The CCCC 2015, is a CBSE challenge initiated for students studying in classes IX to XII, to be coordinated by Extra-C. The contest would be conducted in two phases.
- City Round: Inter school contest in select cities during May-September,2015, as per the calendar attached at Annexure I.
Schools located in the vicinity of the designated cities may also participate. School teams consisting of two students solve a written cryptic crossword puzzle in 60 minutes. Winners and the first runner- up teams receive certificates and prizes
National Round: A two- day event in New Delhi during December 2015.
- The quarter final: A written cryptic crossword puzzle to be solved in 60 minutes by all the participating teams. Top 16 teams qualify for the semi-finals.
- The semi-final: The 16 qualifying teams, placed in 4 groups of four teams each participate in four separate, on- stage cryptic crossword contests of 60 minutes based on in a power-point format.
- The final: Top teams from each semi-final compete in the on-stage final.
- Winners and runners-up are eligible for trophies and certificates
(i) National Winners: Prizes worth Rs. 25000 each, trophies and certificates
(ii) National Runners-up: Prizes worth Rs. 15000 each, trophies and certificates
(iii) National Finalists (3rd and 4th): Prizes worth Rs. 10,000 each, trophies and certificates
(iv) City Round Winners: Trophies and certificates
- Winners and runners-up are eligible for prizes, and all participants will receive certificates.
- Samples of the CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest formats can be accessed on: www.crypticsingh.com
- Please go to the website www.cbseacademic.in for further updates about various rounds of the contest
- Second class rail fare for two students and one school escort will be reimbursed to the teams competing in the National Round.
- School Heads are requested to ensure the participation of their students in this exciting contest.
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CBSE denies leak of medical question paper
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has denied reports that question papers of the All India Pre-Medical/ Pre-Dental Test were leaked.
“The examination started at 10 a.m. on May 3 and no reports were received prior to the commencement of the examination, during the examination or after the examination from any quarter by the Board regarding the leakage,” a statement from the exam controller of CBSE read.
In order to conduct a smooth and fair examination, the Board had made elaborate arrangements including the deployment of city coordinators, observers, centre superintendents, invigilators and police personnel at each centre. There have been no reports of any untoward incidents at any centre.
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