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Bathinda girl among 13 toppers in CBSE Class X result

Bathinda girl among 13 toppers in CBSE Class X result

Press trust of India New Delhi The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the result for Class 10 exam on Monday, officials said. With a pass percentage of 92.45, girls have once again outshone boys by a margin of 2.31 per cent. Thirteen students shared the top position with 499 out of 500 marks,

CBSE declares Class 12 examination results

CBSE declares Class 12 examination results

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results for the Class 12 examination on Thursday.”The results are available on the board’s website and students can check it using their admit card IDs,” a senior official said. The results have been announced within 28 days of the last date of the examination.The Class 12

CBSE to grant 2 marks for typo error in Class 10th English exam

CBSE to grant 2 marks for typo error in Class 10th English exam

CBSE to grant 2 marks for typo error in Class 10th English exam. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday announced that it will grant two extra marks to Class Xth students for a typing error in the English question paper.The CBSE made this announcement after several teachers and students approached the board

CBSE to re-conduct postponed exams in Punjab on April 27

CBSE to re-conduct postponed exams in Punjab on April 27

CBSE to re-conduct postponed exams in Punjab on April 27. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will re-conduct Class 10th and 12th examinations on April 27. The examinations were cancelled earlier this month due to a Bharat bandh. In a statement issued on Tuesday, the board announced the new schedule for the exams that

No re-exam for Class 10 Maths paper: Government

No re-exam for Class 10 Maths paper : Government. Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) will not re-conduct examination of class 10 Maths paper. The government announced on Tuesday it will not conduct any re-examination for Class 10 maths paper despite an alleged leak of the question

CBSE asks students to ignore ‘fake letter’ on Class X Maths exam

CBSE asks students to ignore ‘fake letter’ on Class X Maths exam. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a statement advising the students to ignore ‘fake letter’ notifying the date of re-examination for Class X Mathematics paper. “A fake letter notifying the date of re-examination, which is being purported to have been

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Ryan student murder case: School to reopen today

Ryan International School, Gurgaon, has reopened for the first time on Monday since the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thankur on its premises. Pradhyman, a student of Class 2, was found murdered with his throat slit on the morning of September 8 inside one of the school toilets.Today, Ryan International School Gurgaon will reopen for the

Pakistani teachers leaves for Beijing to learn Chinese language

Pakistani teachers leaves for Beijing to learn Chinese language

Pakistani teachers leaves for Beijing to learn Chinese language. Pakistan government is going indulge a new language in the school syllabus. Recently, 40 group teachers from Pakistan leave for China to learn their language. They will receive the language training at Beijing.  Chinese embassy held see off ceremony for the teachers in Pakistan. Zhao Lijian,

US-based private body helping India curb child porn: Centre to SC

US-based private body helping India curb child porn: Centre to SC

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- The Centre government has told the Supreme Court that it is taking the help of a US-based private body, which gives technical details on uploading of child porn to 99 countries, to curb the menace in India. The government has told a bench headed by Justice Dipak

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All boards to move towards common curriculum, papers

The Union ministry of human resource development (HRD) will curb the “malpractice of spiking of marks” and implement a more scientific moderation policy from 2018. The Delhi high court had restrained the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) -primarily because of the timing of the board’s decision -from doing away with its moderation policy this