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Marks That Wouldn’t Make Your Life Not Worth Ending It For

It is the darkest fears that shape our personality and parents, teachers, as well as examination boards, need to wake up to the reality that marks are overrated to a dangerous extent in the way we make a song and dance of them

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India

CBSE Class 10 results out: 91.46% students pass

In CBSE class 10 result 2019, as many as 91.1% of the about 18 lakh students had cleared the exam. In 2018, the pass percentage was at 88.67%

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India

CBSE, ICSE cancel remaining Class 10 and Class 12 examinations

SC had last week asked CBSE to consider scrapping the class 10 and Class 12 board exams in view of the growing cases of coronavirus infections in the country

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Appeared in XAT 2020? Explore Colleges for MBA Admission

XAT participating institutes conduct their own selection procedure; after qualifying the cut-off, students need to clear two more rounds

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CMAT or NMAT: Sort Which to Choose

CMAT is a national-level management entrance examination conducted by the National Testing Agency, a computer-based test of 3 hours, whereas NMAT is a management entrance examination conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) conducted across 44 Indian cities and 4 international centres

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CBSE Class 10 results: Delhi govt schools see improvement in performance

Girl students have outperformed boys, with a pass percentage of 74.29%, up from 69.70% last year. The pass percentage among boys stood at 68.51%, up from 67.92% last year

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CBSE to punish schools that sent untrained teachers to examine board papers

CBSE had told schools clearly that teachers with an experience of more than five years each alone were qualified for the evaluation

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India

Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0 turns PTM: Parents-teachers-Modi meet

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday asked parents not to expect their children to fulfil their unfulfilled dreams as he interacted with a number of students, teachers and parents in the second edition of “Pariksha pe Charcha”. In this programme, Modi speaks to them about studies and examination-related issues. “I would request parents, do […]

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Kirpan’s Admissibility At Exam Venue: ‘Secular’ Joke

The Delhi High Court order to the Central Board of Secondary Education to allow Sikh examinees of the MBBS to sport a kara and carry a kirpan into the venues for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test is regressive. The court has curiously noted that the CBSE’s decision to bar all metallic objects on account of the use […]

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If CBSE Leaks, Why Go After Private Tutors?

The leaking of CBSE’s Class X mathematics and Class XII economics examination papers before the tests were held is a disturbing development. This act of cheating is an injustice of an immeasurable proportion meted out to honest examinees who have to go through the grind all over again for the retests. The Central Board of […]