Along with expelling three candidates from the ongoing Class XII Examination 2014 conducted by CBSE for using unfair means, the Joint Students' Co ordination Committee JSCC has seized a total of 93 Admit Cards from candidates which bear no signature of the ... E Pao!, 1 hour ago
CCE sails through first Class XII test - Indian Express, 2 days ago
Class X students who pick exams over Boards fare better later: CBSE - Indian Express, 2 days ago
Indo-Kuwait Friendship Society has and applauded CBSE for allowing Class XII (plus two) students currently appearing for the board exams to not only get a copy of their evaluated answer sheets, but also seek re-evaluation instead of just a recount ...Siasat Daily, 1 day ago Kuwait: IKFS Applauds CBSE for Allowing Re-Evalaution of Marks for Class XII Starting 2014 Mangalorean, 3 days ago
New Delhi/Imphal : The class XII Physics paper of CBSE was leaked on March 4, just a day before the examination. The paper was also available on social networking website Facebook on March 5 before 6 am. The paper was made available for ...Daily Bhaskar, 2 days ago PTI - CBSE-PHYSICS - CBSE class XII Physics exam leaked in Manipur Namibia Press Agency, 4 days ago Students face tough physics paper Times of India, 5 days ago CBSE Board Exam 2014: Not a hoax, CBSE confirms class 12th Physics paper LEAKED, files FIR Daily Bhaskar, 4 days ago
BHOPAL: Decision of to extend facility of revaluation of answer copies for students of class XII instead of just recount of marks has been welcomed by students and teachers in the state capital. A section of students, whom TOI spoke to said the ...Times of India, 3 days ago CBSE Class XII students might get re-evaluation facility PardaPhash, 4 days ago CBSE considering re-evaluation facility for Class XII answer sheets IBN Live, 4 days ago CBSE Class XII: Students can get their answers rechecked India Today, 4 days ago
| UPDATED12:33 IST The English exam paper that kick-started the CBSE Class XII board examinations this year, brought cheers for the examinees, with students saying questions were along the lines of what was expected. The question paper was set ...India Today, 1 week ago CBSE: Class 10 students find English paper easy but lengthy India Today, 3 days ago Day 1 of CBSE glitch-free Times of India, 1 week ago Students find 1st board exam easy and topical Times of India, 1 week ago
The exam, which was held on Wednesday, was cancelled in Manipur due to administrative reasons and the re-exam would be held from 10.30am to 1.30pm on April 2.Times of India, 4 days ago Re examination of Physics paper held in Manipur for Senior School Certificate Exam Class XII 2014 E Pao!, 4 days ago CBSE to conduct re-exam of Class XII physics paper in Manipur Times of India, 4 days ago
The taxi whose driver allegedly tried to abduct a CBSE Class XII examinee near Park Street on Wednesday is yet to be tracked down. Officers of Shakespeare Sarani police station said they were scanning images captured by CCTV cameras installed at crossings to ...The Telegraph, 5 days ago Cabbie 'kidnaps' examinee The Telegraph, 6 days ago Girl cries 'kidnap' by cabbie Times of India, 6 days ago
CBSE to allow re-evaluation of marks this year Considered to be one of CBSEs most radical reforms, the re-evaluation facility will be open for all students and the process will be completely online.
NEW DELHI: Ushering in one of the most radical exam reforms, the will allow Class XII students currently appearing for the board exams to not only get a copy of their evaluated answersheets, but also seek re-evaluation instead of just a recount of ...Times of India, 4 days ago
AHMEDABAD: The class X and XII ( CBSE) board examinations began on Saturday. Class XII students took their English exam. Students said the English paper was easy but too long and got barely five minutes to review what they had written. The ...Times of India, 1 week ago Exiting the conversation Times of India, 1 week ago Help for students over phone The Telegraph, 1 week ago Students get tips to score well in boards Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education on Monday released a report on five years of working of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) which shows that students who skipped class X board examination did marginally better in class ...Times of India, 1 week ago Mild Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation makes boards scarier Times of India, 1 week ago
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