Monthly Newsletter |September 2019 | Volume 05
I am happy to present before you the newsletter for the month of September.
CBSE remained in news as it directed the affiliated schools to adhere to the SOP while dealing with subject of change of subjects in class 10 and 12 and for stopping coaching classes in the school premises. The registration fee of board examinations was revised earlier. These regulatory notices were in the pipeline for several months prior to their announcement in August. Other things that transpired and caught our attention include the launching of a digital database of academicians and survey of security standards in Bangalore schools besides the introduction of student feedback recording system for teacher assessment that was introduced in the state of Odisha.
With the hope that you are finding the newsletter handy and informative, I reiterate my appeal for participation in discussion and your valuable comments to enrich School Serv initiatives further.
Happy Schooling !
The performance of teachers in the class is set to be appraised and evaluated in schools in Odisha. The results will have a bearing on the promotions and increments, it is said. The feedback of the students will now have an impact on the grading of the teachers.
To bring about a meaningful change the learning outcomes in schools, the state government has planned to put in place a mechanism to acq...Read more..
Central Board of Secondary Education has announced its intention to introduce changes in the pattern of the questions in the board exams 202...Read more..
A startling gap in the security of children in the schools in Bangalore has been highlighted by the survey conducted by epidemiology department in conjunction with NIMHANS ...Read more..
Now there is a web portal with the database of leading educationists and academicians of the nation. The web portal has been launched as a digital resource center to be use...Read more..
Change of subjects is not to be allowed in class 10 and 12 according to the recent directives issued by the CBSE. The board has directed the schools aff...Read more..
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued guidelines to all its affiliated schools to disallow operations of coaching centres within their ...Read more..
CBSE has directed the affiliated schools to refrain from making changes in the original student registration data. The affiliated schools have been inst...Read more..