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Comparing CBSE and State Boards

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Major Changes in CBSE Board Exam Pattern

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Educations and Health Expert become votaries for reopening of classes for Primary students in Karnataka

With the state government still indecisive on the issue of reopening of schools for lower classes, the educationists and health experts have come in support of reopening of schools for primary classes from February 1.... Read More

The Government Plans to Expand the International Board of CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE has always been inclined to international standards and the same has given rise to CBSE-international or CBSE-i.... Read More

India’s Education Market Prospects for Foreign Investors

India is a nation of nations, its population is as diverse as it is humungous. Just by the virtue of being hugely populated, it is an enormous market. The nation’s demographics presents itself as a ripe opportunity for many sectors with as much as 50 percent of the population below 25. It is esp... Read More

Approach to Designing School Playgrounds

“Children need the freedom and the time to play. Play is not the luxury, it’s a necessity.” : Kay Redfield Jamison The presence of the playground and its role in the school ecosystem has... Read More

BYJU to Organize the Biggest Ever Virtual School Quiz Competition

BYJU’S, the leading edtech company is going to organize a quiz competition that is being reported as the world’s biggest school quiz ever.... Read More

State’s Education Expenditure Per-Student has Risen in Delhi

The government annual expenditure per head is reported to have risen significantly from 2016-17 to 2020-21. The annual expenditure per student in 2016-17 was Rs. 50,812 and in 2020-21 it was to the tune of Rs. 78,082. The figures relating to the expenditure incurred were published in the Delhi Econo... Read More

IB to Resort to the Non-Exam Route to Promote Students in India, Cancels Board Exams This Year

Keeping in view the resurgence of Covid-19 in India in a second wave, the International Baccalaureate has decided to decided not to conduct the board exams and promote students sans exam this year using other means of assessment like coursework evaluation and grade prediction.... Read More

School Education Programme of Rs 27,360 Crore Cleared by Cabinet

A new centrally sponsored scheme of Rs 27,360 crore was approved by the union cabinet for creating digitally driven schools and strengthening around 14,600 existing schools aimed at holistic development of students. The amount will be spent in 5 years till 2026-27, with 66% of the amount coming from... Read More

More MCQs on Real-Life Situations and Competency for CBSE Board Exam 2024

Some changes were made recently in the curriculum of grades 10 to 12 by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). The central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is laying more emphasis on the personal growth of students.... Read More

The Need for Population Studies in Schools in the Contemporary Scenario

It is the need of the hour to include population education as an important item and that too in an integrated manner in schools. As the total population in India has exceeded China to become thelargest in the world and is still increasing at an alarming rate, some measures for awareness are to be ta... Read More

PM Announces PM-SHRI Scheme for 14,500 Schools

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the Pradhan Mantri Schools for Rising India (PM-SHRI) Yojana under which 14,500 schools from across the country will be upgraded as PM-SHRI schools. These schools will become model schools and will encapsulate the full spirit of the National Education Policy (N... Read More

How the schools can make parent's critique positive

No school provides “bad education or good education”, I personally believe every school starts with an intent to provide quality education. The philosophy, methodology, and infrastructure may vary with the founder’s vision.... Read More

Sports and Health Period Made Mandatory by CBSE Board From 2018-19

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), in a bid to mainstream health and physical education in schools, has intervened elevating sports from a neglected extra-curricular activity level to a curricular standard.  Health and Physical Education (HPE), as the new subject is named is to be made a d... Read More

Sports in Schools — how significant are they?

Schools began to get increasingly interested in sports and games. This, I am convinced, was the result of CBSE’s categorical directions regarding the induction of a regular sports period into the time table.... Read More

Robotic Education in Schools

We are moving towards an era when man- made machines are overpowering the lives of men.Several movies on robots were made depicting scenarios where equipment made by a man becomes a reason for his downfall. It is ironic that men get immersed in technology and create things to put it into his service... Read More

Starting a School in Remote Areas – A Case Study

The STs have largely occupied remote areas of the country which remains a crucial challenge for its development. The distinctiveness that these people bring in is their lifestyle which makes them unique from the mainstream section. As per the 2011 census, the population of these communities was abou... Read More

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