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NEP declares XI and XII to be integral to Schools and not “Junior Colleges”

The National Education Policy is set to alter certain deeply embedded perceptions we have about our education system. One of such point of views is the one which categorizes class XI and XII as Higher Secondary or Pre-university. It is said that the 10+2 education system, introduced in the National ... Read More

CBSE and CISCE gets Nod from BMC Education Dept. for Offline Exams

The education department of BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) has permitted the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations), and international schools to conduct offline board exams and practical exams in Mumbai for grades 10 and... Read More

How is India beating gender inequality through girls’ education

With gender equality being considered as a sine qua non for attainment of the development goals, the urgency attached to the question of girls’ education in India and across the world is gaining importance. Gender roles have substantially shifted but it can hardly be contested that opportunities for... Read More

Assam’s Initiatives for Incentivizing Girl’s Education are Unique and Innovative

In a move to Incentivize Girl’s Education in the most direct way possible, Assam has become the first state to give financial incentives to girls for attending school. The initiative was announced by state Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who elaborated upon the scheme by saying that the A... Read More

School Education Quality Index of Niti Aayog puts Delhi in third place among UTs

The UTS of Chandigarh and Dadar and Nagar Haveli have outranked Delhi. The rankings are based on the school education quality index released by NITI Aayog.The school quality index used in the assessment is the first of its kind.... Read More

State child right panel in Punjab issue notice in response to introduction of English medium in smart schools

The commission has issued the notice to the education department after its officials did not present themselves before the commission after a complaint was filed in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.... 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

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

TET Not Mandatory For Some Teachers: Madras HC

The Madras High Court, in a recent verdict declared that teachers who were appointed as secondary grade teachers or graduate teachers/ B.T. Assistants in the state before 29th July, 2011 must be allowed to continue their service and receive increments, as well as incentives, even if they had not cle... Read More

India Chapter of GISA Launched

The Global Independent Schools Association (GISA) is a forum which was established with the objective to become the go-to voice of the global independent education sector and act as a resource for governments and global institutions to work together.... Read More

Policies to Enhance Quality in Government Sector

In a country, education is the foremost and dominant sector which needs proper emphasis for the growth of the nation. The government both central and state plays a significant role in looking after the quality of education which is being provided in all the educational institutions.... Read More

Metaverse in the Indian Education Sector

Meta (formerly Facebook) has announced its plan to expand partnership with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), India’s largest school board. This partnership includes training in augmented reality (AR) to millions of students and about a million teachers over the coming three years. As ... Read More

Hows and Whys of the National Educational Policy 2020

Education in India is aimed at improving the socio-economic framework which delineates a community with diverse demands. The government has chiefly concentrated its efforts on improving the literacy rate of India since independence by introducing free and compulsory education from six to fourteen ye... Read More

Schools cannot have coaching classes run in their premises, says CBSE directive

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued guidelines to all its affiliated schools to disallow operations of coaching centres within their premises. The board has taken strong exception to the coaching centres that are being run on the pretext of special classes in the schools. Usually,... Read More

Start Own Brand School or Franchise School?

Sir, Simple and straight forward question. I am very keen to take over an Orphanage / Ashram with 75 students. I am retired and healthy and very keen to convert this Ashram into Residential School. In our present education system 10+2+3. The Ashram has upto 10 standard. Besides, obtaining Higher Se... Read More

Mandatory Learning of Kannada in the CBSE/ICSE Schools of Karnataka Challenged in the High Court

As an act of beholding the heritage, Kannada language learning has been made compulsory in CBSE/ICSE schools of Karnataka. A recent report points out that this act has been challenged in the High Court by around twenty parents of children studying in such schools.... Read More

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