The students of CBSE schools have asked the HRD minister to put back the compulsory Class 10 board examination. The same had been made optional few years back by the Kapil Sibal, the ex-Education Minister. These students also criticized the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), more so the implementation than the concept. The CCE was introduced in 2009 as a substitute to the conventional exams.
Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has slammed the Medical Council of India (MCI) for its bureaucratic mess that adversely affected the careers of many medical aspirants across the country.
According to reports available in the public domain, only 4,079 of the total 6,591 sanctioned posts have been filled. That’s only 62 per cent of the actual requirement. Worse still, a lot of these faculty positions are being held by teachers on adjunct, visiting or contractual agreement.
Much has been talked about CBSE’s CEE evaluation process ever since it was introduced in 2009. Here’s an analysis of what the first ever CEE official report said about Indian schools
Anand Kumar of the Super 30 fame says that Joint Entrance Examination should follow the footsteps of UPSC to give engineering aspirants across the country extra chances to clear the exam.
CSIR UGC NET June 2014 Application starts on February 10. The application process for Joint CSIR UGC NET JRF June 2014 begins on February 10, 2014, last date for applying is March 4, 2014.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched a pre-examination counselling helpline to assist students get rid of exam related stress. CBSE launches pre-exam counselling helpline, to remain active till April 17
Life is going to be tougher for CBSE students after CBSE’s decision to make it mandatory for class IX students to secure minimum 25% marks in Summative Assessment to qualify for the next class.
Siksha O Anusandhan Univ. announces SAAT 2014 dates. SAAT 2014 will be conducted on May 10; Exam pattern, eligibility and important dates announced
Are Too many entrance tests in India hurting students ? Also private universities in India deciding to conduct their own entrance tests Also COMEDK, CET and others, students across the country are likely to come under a lot of stress