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ICSE Announced Results of Class 10 and Class 12 Examinations

ICSE has announced the results of Class 10 and Class 12 Examinations conducted in the country. Class 10 examination registered 99.33% of success, while it is 96.84% for class 12 examinations. Both have registered marked increase from previous year’s results. Results can be accessed from the website, www.cisce.org. Those students, …

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CBSE issues notice on fake news alert on Board results of Class 12 and 10

The Central Board of Secondary Education has issued a notice, in which it has alerted the public on a fake news, being in circulation. By issuing the fake news alert, the CBSE has said that they haven’t announced the dates of result declaration of board examinations of Class 12 and …

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CBSE syllabus cut; HRD Minister requests to keep politics out of education

HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokriyal has come up with a public statement on the issue of cutting down the syllabus of CBSE classes 9 to 12 for the academic year 2020 – 21. The Minister stated that the news of the exclusion of topics has invited unwanted controversy. Terming that …

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Final Year Examination: UGC asks Universities and Colleges to follow Standard Operating Procedure

While commenting on the final year examinations of University & College students, the University Grants Commission Secretary Prof. Rajnish Jain said that no higher education institution can opt out from the conductance of the examinations. He said that the conductance of both graduation and post graduation examinations are very important; …

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CBSE released revised syllabus for 2020 – 21 academic year; drops chapters on secularism and federalism

As was announced by the Human Resource Development Ministry, the CBSE has released a revised syllabus for classes 9 to 12 for the academic year 2020 – 21. In due process, the board has dropped some important chapters, including those on secularism, citizenship, nationalism, demonetization and democratic rights. The updated …

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NTA issues notification; candidates for various entrance examinations can now correct the particulars in application

The National Testing Agency has issued a notification, which informs that candidates to the various national level entrance examinations can correct the particulars and choice of Center cities in their online application form. Candidates can correct their online application for the following national level entrance examinations, conducted by NTA, Indira …

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Application invited for DRDO Scholarship for Girls

The DRDO, part of the Department of Defense, invited applications from eligible girl students for high-end scholarships. Only students studying BTech / M.Tech in some specialties branches need to apply. Branches of studies are as follows. DRDO Scholarship for Girls Branches: Aerospace Engineering / Aeronautical Engineering / Space Engineering & …

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NEET and JEE Main exams postponed to September

The NEET exam has been moved to September 13 while the JEE Main is rescheduled to September 1 to 6. Ramesh Pokriyal, Union Minister for Human Resources, said that the decision to postpone exams is for the safety of students amid Covid spread in the country. The NEET examination was …

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KUHS examinations to be conducted despite the Covid threat

Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur has decided to conduct its semester examinations, despite the presence of Covid fear. The University is planning to conduct the Second Professional MBBS Practical Exam.  The decision is taken by the University, despite the fact that several areas of the state are still termed …

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CBSE to conduct reexaminations for those who failed in Class 9 and 11

The Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to conduct re examination for those who have failed in Class 9 and Class 11. CBSE has directed schools to hold re-exams to such students. Students, who have already appeared for the examination, too would get a second chance to appear for …

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