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The Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education is expected to announce TN HSC 12th result 2019 in the third week of April. Candidates, who had appeared for the Tamil Nadu Board TN HSC 12th exam 2019 (started on March 1 and ended on March 19), are advised to keep track on the official website. The SSLC results will be announced on 29th April. The Board will release the annual examination results of the Tamil Nadu Class 10 and 12 on its official website http://tnresults.nic.in/. The results can b...
Date: 2019-04-10           Views:37

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In a recent circular releases to all affiliated schools, CBSE has informed about the inclusion of new subjects in its 2019-2020 academis year. Understanding the importance of current technological advancements and future needs of the children CBSE has included Artificial Intelligence, Early Childhood Care Education and Yoga as new subjects. The official notification says "Considering the demand of schools supplemented by various reports that projected the huge requirement of Yoga Professi...
Date: 2019-03-28           Views:97

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New Delhi: CBSE has come up with a new compulsory Sports period for students in classes 1 to 8 in all CBSE-affiliated schools. This latest announcement by the CBSE has been well appreciated especially by the parents. CBSE has come up with a new compulsory Sports period for students in classes 1 to 8 in all CBSE-affiliated schools. This latest announcement by the CBSE has been well appreciated especially by the parents. All the CBSE-affiliated school will now have one period every day for ...
Date: 2019-03-19           Views:94

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The numbers of exam centers in Tamil Nadu has been increase from 210 to 520 this year in an attempt to spare medical aspirants the trouble of travelling to other states. Last year students had to travel to far away places like Rajasthan to write their exams. The announcement was made by K A Sengottaiyan, the state school education minister. Required infrastructure has been made available for students in all these centres as per Centre's guidelines. Last year, 1.17 lakh candidates wrote N...
Date: 2019-03-16           Views:93

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This is the ninth time in a row wherein the Tamil Nadu government will be seen assigning the maximum sum of its budget for the education sector. With about Rs. 28,757cr in its pocket the department is now experiencing a rise of 5.7% in monetary allowance as compared to last year. Also, the government is being pushed to utilize its pending amount of 3200cr allocated by the center towards education this year. This steady increase can be characterized to two chief features – firstly with the ...
Date: 2019-03-07           Views:72

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Gujarat, Kerala, and Chandigarh have emerged out to be the toppers of the Ministry of Human Resource Development’s first-ever Performance Grading Index of School Education System. It was found that Gujarat, Kerala, and Chandigarh topped by scoring in the range between 801 to 850 points out of 1000. Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Tamil Nadu were followed with scores ranging between 751-800 points. Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Goa, HP, Karnataka, M...
Date: 2019-02-26           Views:112

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Ahead of exams CBSE writes a letter to children to make them focus on exam and over come fear. Do your best, stay sharp. You were born to be awesome, not perfect! ...
Date: 2019-02-19           Views:192

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In a circular to all the chief and district educational officers on 13th February, Wednesday, VC Rameswaramurugan, director of school education department, said the decision was taken keeping students' welfare in mind. Practical exams are underway and board exams for Class X and XII students are around the corner. However, the director has instructed his subordinates to take action on charges framed against these teachers and submit a report in connection with this immediately. Over 1,5...
Date: 2019-02-19           Views:47

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All high and higher secondary government schools in Tamil Nadu have been asked by the School Education Department to send photographs of Aadhar-Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) after its installation. In a letter recently sent by the department, headmasters of all schools have been asked to send the photographs to the Zonal Education Officer. After authenticating the installations, the Zonal Education Officer should collate all images and send a report to the Chief Education Offic...
Date: 2019-02-10           Views:216

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is planning to include a new subject on Health Science in the pcoming academic session. Syllabus with basic knowledge on primary healthcare will be added to the existing curriculum of Class 9 - 12. “We had done a small survey prior to planning this course on awareness related to basic health relief like what needs to be immediately done if a dog bites before visiting a doctor. And we found that many are still not aware of basic pr...
Date: 2019-02-03           Views:226

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