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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:240

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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:87

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Biometric

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:308

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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:242

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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:265

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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:212

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Manish Sisodia, was provoked to order an instant investigation be carried out by the Higher Education Secretary against an unacceptable question put forth to students raising communal imbalance.   On Tuesday, the Deputy CM of Delhi, wrote to the Higher Education Secretary: “It has been brought to my notice through media reports that a highly objectionable question was asked in the LLB third semester exam in the college, namely School Law at Narela, affiliated to GGSIPU. How could such a...
Date: 2018-12-17           Views:534

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Attendance

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:210

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Bihar, India: Looks like India is on its way in joining the international bandwagon for digital learning. An online and offline education project that was started in one of the underdeveloped states of the country has made its mark on the international arena. Unnayan Banka started in Banka district of Bihar has triumphed over the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management’s International Innovation Award for 2018 to claim the Innovation Incubation category. The project s...
Date: 2018-11-03           Views:305

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New Delhi: The nine-point scale grading system will require students to get qualifying grades in four of the five subjects to get promoted to the next level. It has been decided not to carry pass or fail on the mark sheets of students. Students will have four options to improve on their grades within a period of two years from their exam.   The new grading system is based on two parameters - absolute and percentile marks. There is a uniform model to be followed in assessing all subjec...
Date: 2018-10-27           Views:272

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