Conducive Why choose CBSE over other boards?

Why is CBSE the best board?
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Spread the loveCBSE or any other board – the choice has always been debatable and never ending. Students have their own divided opinion for the various boards and CBSE board. Sometimes students end up making bad decisions because of lack of knowledge and online research. CBSE certainly has immense advantage over state and other boards. In this article we bring you the advantages of choosing CBSE over other boards. Let us know the benefits here. Understanding CBSE Board The Central Board of Secondary Education is the national board of our…

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AI to be a part of CBSE curriculum as Skill subject

CBSE Announces Introduction of AI as Skill Subject
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Spread the loveCBSE has announced the introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a part of curriculum for Classes 8th and 9th. While it will not be included as an academic subject, it will be a part of the curriculum as a skill subject. In class 8th, AI will be taught as a certification course and from class 9th onward it will be taught as a regular course. CBSE has also released the curriculum as well as learning outcomes for AI for both classes. Who can apply for this curriculum? As…

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Class 10 and 12 Paper Pattern might change – CBSE

Class 10 and 12 Paper Pattern might change - CBSE
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Spread the love  Decision by CBSE – A Quick Glance CBSE is planning to modify the paper pattern of Class X and XII from 2020. This is a revolutionary decision that comprises of vocational subjects and eradicate rote learning. New question paper pattern of Class X and XII is expected to test student’s analytical abilities and reduce the scope of rote learning. The idea is to impart quality education to students to enhance their future. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is planning to change the exam paper pattern…

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CBSE Class 10 Students to get 2 Options for Maths from 2020

CBSE Class 10 Students to get 2 Options for Maths from 2020
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Spread the loveOut of the series of development that the Central Board of Secondary Education aims to introduce to improve the quality of education for students, one of the top moves is to introduce 2 levels of Mathematics paper for Class 10 students from 2020. CBSE will introduce two levels of examination in Mathematics for Class 10 students in 2020. This is to cater to different kinds of learners. According to the circular issued by CBSE officials, the two examinations for Mathematics will be: Basic – for the easier level…

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Get the best tips and tricks to prepare for CBSE Class 12 Board Exam

CBSE Class 12 Board Exam Preparation Tips
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Spread the loveCBSE is one of the most popular board exams in India since they are conducted at all-India level. Hence, the level of competition of this exam is very high. Last year about 11.86 candidates had appeared for the Class 12 CBSE Board Exam. What makes this exam even more competitive is because it is the pathway to get admission to major entrance exams like the JEE, BITSAT, NEET and AIIMS. So it is important to get good marks in class 12. The score of this exam is crucial…

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6 Super Tips to Score 90% Marks in CBSE Board Exams 2019

10 Best Tips to Score 90% marks in CBSE Board Exam
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Spread the loveDuring any board exam students are generally under massive pressure – the stress to attend all questions correctly, the tension to solve the entire paper in given time frame and pressure to score excellent marks in the exam. At this point of time students must be busy with their revision and practice to attempt the paper correctly. Everyone must be trying to finish the entire CBSE board exam syllabus in the limited time they have in hand to write the paper perfectly and score high marks. In this…

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Which are the best Career Options After Class 12

Which are the best Career Options After Class 12
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Spread the loveIf you are in Class 12, apart from preparing for the board exam you also have a stress to select the right career option after qualifying Class 12 exam. Family members, teachers, friends and relatives constantly ask this common question – What have you planned after Class 12. Science, Commerce or Arts, irrespective of your stream, the career decision you make is a critical one. It can be overwhelming for you to make a choice, but you will have to take this decision. In order to make your…

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20 marks for Internal Assessment in Class 11 & 12

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Spread the loveIn order to encourage creative and critical thinking among students, CBSE confirms total marks for internal assessment in Class 11 and 12. The board has now made practical assessment mandatory for Maths and language courses. The total marks allotted for internal assessment/practical or project work in subjects like Maths, Languages, Political Science and Legal Studies is minimum 20 marks. Practical assessment has been made mandatory for Class 11 and 12 from academic session 2019-2020. Students can expect these changes to be implemented from the start of the new…

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CBSE might announce Class 10 and 12 results by May 2019

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Spread the loveThe Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Examination is most likely to announce Class 10 and Class 12 results by second week of May this year. While there is no official announcement from CBSE, but as per news reports the results are expected by May 2019. But one cannot consider this as a deadline or sure shot confirmation. Once announced, one can check the result of both the classes on the official website of the board cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. Class 12 CBSE exam was conducted on February 15…

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Delhi Government overshadows private CBSE schools in Class 12 Exam

Delhi government school beats private CBSE schools in 12th results
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Spread the loveEducation has been the top focus on Delhi government. Back in 2017, the Arvind Kejriwal led government has allocated approximately  24 percent of its budget on education. And it looks like the decision has paid off very well in 2018. The year’s CBSE result showed the pass percentage of Delhi government schools as 90.68% from 88.36% last year. This was termed as a remarkable increase in the passing percentage. In private schools, the percentage increased by 4.15% to reach 88.35%. While the point that attracts us the most…

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