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CBSE tells schools to be wary of internet bullying

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed the affiliated schools not to allow access to game sites and mobile apps like the Blue Whale.

3 टीवी चैंनलों का शुभारम्भ होगा आईआईटी जेईई एंट्रेंस एग्जाम के छात्रों की मदद हेतु

केंद्रीय मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्रालय (HRD) जल्द ही 32 शैक्षिक टीवी चैंनलों का शुभारम्भ करेंगे, इन मे से तीन टीवी चैनल आईआईटी जेईई (IIT JEE) की प्रवेश परीक्षा की तैयारी की मदद के लिये हैं। अधिक जानने के लिए पढ़े ।

ISC to follow the CBSE syllabus after class 10

The Indian School Certificate (ISC) will overhaul its syllabus and will align with CBSE syllabus to prevent the migration of its students post class 10.ISC overhauling syllabus as per CBSE to stop students migration after class 10

CBSE asks schools to reduce the weight of school bags

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a notification asking schools to lessen the weight of school bags by adopting various measures including lockers in schools and reducing reference books. The CBSE has advised the schools to restrict the number of text books to the prescribed norms of the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT), particularly at the primary and upper primary levels.

CBSE advises schools to stick to NCERT books

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has urged schools affiliated to it to stick to National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks for all classes. The CBSE took this step after receiving complaints from parents that they were pressured by schools to buy an excessive number of textbooks other than the NCERT ones.

Download NCERT books for free on ‘e-paathshala’

NCERT Textbooks are available online for free at the Union HRD ministry’s initiative “e-paathshala”. Those students, who are finding it difficult to procure NCERT textbooks, can download NCERT books for free on ‘e-paathshala’.

HRD Ministry develops an aptitude test for school students

The Union HRD Ministry is developing an aptitude test that will help school students to assess their areas of interest in Class 10, and thereafter help in choosing their career.

UGC asks Universities to introduce anti-corruption related topics in the curriculum

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has advised all the universities and the colleges to add topics like vigilance and anti-corruption to curb graft in their curriculum. In a letter to the Vice – Chancellor’s of Central Universities, the UGC secretary said that it has been observed that there is a general lack of awareness among school and college students about what is corruption, its adverse impact on society, how and whom to make a complaint regarding such practices.

Online education portal eGyanKosh restarted by IGNOU

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has restarted the online education portal ‘eGyanKosh’, which provided authentic educational notes to the students. After having closed for a few months in between, the website has been started again.

CBSE online counselling for board exams begins today

From today onwards, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will provide online counselling and through telephone & newspapers to students appearing for boards examination to help them overcome exam-related stress. The pre-examination CBSE online counselling for students and parents will begin from the February 1 and will continue up to April 22.