The Tamil Nadu school education board is planning to reduce the number of subjects from six to five from next academic year in line with the existing practice in CBSE, Andhra and Telangana school education boards. This is to help students improve performance in competitive exams such as NEET and JEE. "When students of CBSE and other boards are studying ust five subjects, TN students are burdened with six subject The move will give them more time to prepare for entrance exams," as official to...
Date: 2019-05-16           Views:20

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The Director of Matriculation Schools has announced that private schools across the State should not conduct any special or coaching classes for students during the annual holidays. Mr. Rameshwara Murugan in a latest press release on April 10, said that an advisory is issued to all private schools, instructing them not to conduct special classes for students during summer holidays. The government will take necessary action if such classes are held, he added. "The academic calendar for CBSE s...
Date: 2019-04-15           Views:53

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The present Delhi government has made tremendous effort in transforming education in th state. Their pledge to bring changes in the education has been put to action and the improvement is visible in nearly 1000 government schools in the city. Classrooms are cleaner with comfortable benches. Many classes have smart boards, projecters and AC. The government has been increasing the budget allocated for education every year and the efforts have delivered good results. 26% of the budget was alloc...
Date: 2019-04-01           Views:54

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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:103

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The CBSE has advised students and parents to be aware of any rumors on social media ahead of board examinations and not panic. "It has been noticed in the past that certain unscrupulous elements spread rumours by posting fake videos and messages on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms, obviously with the intention of spreading confusion and panic among students, parents, schools and public," the CBSE Controller said in a public notice. "Persons involved in such acti...
Date: 2019-03-02           Views:173

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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:205

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has advised parents not to mount pressure on their children, keeping in mind that the stress and anxiety levels are already high. A letter issued by the board states that parents should encourage their children to make excellent choices of subjects, their levels of understanding and the progress they have made in acquiring knowledge and their evolution as young citizens. Parents have also been asked not to gather outside or attempt to enter ...
Date: 2019-02-05           Views:220

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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:240

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The government plans to rank states on the basis of their performance in education—from the quality of their school infrastructure to learning outcomes. This will improve the competitiveness of the states in bringing innovation and transformation in school education.   Niti Aayog, is working with the Human Resource Development ministry, on an education index to rank the states. Niti Aayog has consulted independent education experts. The index is likely to be launched in a couple of ...
Date: 2018-12-25           Views:166

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Chennai, Tamil Nadu: The Tamil Nadu state government has launched an artificial intelligence based attendance system on a pilot basis in state government high school for girls on Monday. The new system is likely to be expanded to the rest of the state very soon. K A Sengottaiyan the school education minister said that such attendance system is present in countries like USA and Japan and this was the first time such an attendance system is introduced in our country. According to officials, ...
Date: 2018-12-11           Views:162

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