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Delhi High Court asks CBSE, Delhi University to help transgender seeks name, gender change in education records
The Board has taken the stand that request for such changes in its records would be entertained only if it is made before publication of the 10th or 12th results.
Here we list all the rules to follow in examination halls so you can have a stress-free atmosphere.
The NCPCR suggested that the CBSE may issue a circular to schools affiliated to it to exempt children of the slain jawans from the ongoing and upcoming board exams.
The NCPCR asked CBSE to issue a circular to schools affiliated with it to exempt children of the slain soldiers from the ongoing and upcoming exams.
You should let your mind's 'web browser' loose and 'download' several life competencies and life skills," Anita Karwal said in a letter to students.
In addition, students who write creative answers with relevant information, instead of patterned answers learnt from textbooks, will be rated highly.
The software displays the live trend of average marks scored across the centres and can be used for moderation of marks in case there's an unfair degree of difficulty in the question paper.
Even as school students are widely using PUBG on the campus, the school authorities and managements in the state are least aware of the matter.
The board, at one point, had even thought of sending question papers to tablets, which the students could access to answer but did not go ahead with it because of high costs involved.
Speaking on the occasion, school pro-vice-chairman P Narendra Babu said the award has bestowed more responsibility. Principal G Mala congratulated the staff and students on the occasion.
The 22nd edition of the psychological counselling service, focusing on resolving issues related to exam stress, will end on April 4 and will be available between 8 am to 10 pm on all days, they added.
The new syllabus is a guideline on what can be done if someone suddenly gets a heart attack or some other health hazard to get immediate relief.
The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations replied saying its curricula for pre-school to Class VIII were developed by a team of 'experts' comprising personnel from the NCERT.
According to media reports, the number of cases of cheating during CBSE exams doubled in 2017 from the previous year, rising from 56 in 2016 to 119 in 2017.
The government wanted to reduce the CBSE syllabus by up to 50 per cent by 2021, and this year, not more than 15 per cent is being slashed, as per NCERT sources.