CCE and FA training workshops for teachers : CBSE CBSE is in a move to strengthen the implementation of CCE scheme of evaluation in all of its affiliated schools and to promote co-curricular activities as well as planning to start… Continue Reading →
CBSE adds English novels in course curriculum To encourage reading habits among school children, the CBSE has introduced English novels in the course curriculum of students from classes IX to XII in all its affiliated schools from the academic session… Continue Reading →
CBSE Class X Results 2011 for Chennai Region expected today, The wait for CBSE Class X Results for Chennai region seems to be over as the CBSE Results website indicates that the results will be announced today.
Students Opting for Board exams increase by 14.98% in 2011. As compared to 2010, CBSE has registered almost 15% increase in the number of students who are taking examination in 2011. For both classes 10th and 12th, the number of students have remarkably increased.
CBSE introducing New Rules for Class X Exam shortly, The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to change certain rules today and come up with the new rules regarding the class X exams procedure. Now, CBSE will issue some strict guidelines to all the schools for the final X examinations which is going to be held in March this year.
CBSE makes multiple choice questions (MCQs) mandatory for class IX Exams from 2011. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made multiple choice questions (MCQ’s) mandatory for all subjects for students of class nine appearing for exams in 2011-12