The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to make the Class 12 external marks online. Previously, the external marks attained by the individual students in the Class 12 examination were sent to the candidates through post. Now, the external marks attained would now be uploaded on the official website of CBSE.
The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has announced the date sheets for the class X and XII board exams 2016. The class XII exams will commence from March 01 and continue till April 22. The class X exams will start from March 1 and end on March 28. The examination will be held from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the UGC NET (December) 2015 examination on December 27, 2015(Sunday). The UGC NET examination was held in 88 cities and 1344 examination centres across the country under the supervision of senior officers of CBSE. A total of 7, 65,031 candidates had registered for the examination which consists of three papers.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today launched its latest mobile application E-CBSE for providing e-learning material for students and teachers. CBSE launches its latest mobile app (E-CBSE), which would benefit both the students and teachers.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has issued notification that the All India Pre-Medical/ Pre-Dental Entrance Test will be held on 1st May, 2016(Sunday). The notification for submission of online application for CBSE AIPMT 2016 will be issued in the 3rd week of December, 2015.
Changes in the CBSE Class XII question pattern has clearly shifted away the focus from the yester-years’ “objective type” questions to “application based” ones. The changes are likely to have a far reaching impact on the results.
New question paper pattern for CBSE class XII board exam are likely to make scoring a lot tougher than ever before. The number of questions has been reduced from 31 to 27 in political science. Now there are five one-mark and five two-mark questions instead of 10 of each
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) now wants to use YouTube, the biggest online video sharing website on the Web for self learning of students in the schools. Schools are also being encouraged to record and upload the videos of their various learning activities on own YouTube channels.
The board introduced the online marking system to minimise the scope of errors and to ensure an error-free evaluation system. We are planning to introduce the system, starting with Class X this year.
In an attempt to be able to provide more clarity on the assessment, the board has made the text material available both in English and Hindi. The text material includes sample questions and a suggestive marking scheme for the use of teachers.