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Flip­flop Over History Books Has Teachers, Students Fuming

The final examination in February ­March; with a major part of an academic session over, teachers now have to cover 22 chapters of Class 12 in three months

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Class 12 History Books Sacrilegious: Badal

No Sikh could tolerate the claim in the new book that Guru Gobind Singh fled from Chamkaur Sahib, without informing anyone and that the Mughals did not order the martyrdom of the fifth Guru Arjan Dev but had merely fined him, said former Punjab CM Badal.

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Impact Of 3d Printing And Robotics In The Education System

The concept has currently been introduced to the secondary and primary sections. The parents have responded with great enthusiasm for this introduction.

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A Desire For A Clear Purpose And Mission

At Cambridge Assessment International Education, we offer subjects like Environment Management, Global Perspectives and Enterprise that help students understand the world around them, learn about sustainability and create a better tomorrow for themselves and others.

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Delhi: Starting December, 5,800 Schools In City To Be Evaluated

The DCPCR has clarified that the exercise is not aimed towards penalizing schools for shortcomings but enabling them to attain best practices within each criterion. The final report is expected to be ready by May 2019

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How ChildFund India Is Connecting With Its Audience

We all believe that Children are the future of the country, yet we turn a blind eye towards them and they fall short of achieving their dreams. This usually happens because they are living in severe scarcity, which robs them of a good health, desired nutrition, necessary education, and opportunities’ of leading a good life!

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MHRD Introduces Major Reforms In CBSE Affiliation Process For New Schools

MHRD has introduced reforms in CBSE affiliation process for new schools with emphasis on learning outcomes

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Global Dignity Day: Transcending Human And Geographic Divisions To Value Humanity

Dignity, compassion, and value of human life have taken a backseat in today’s fast-paced world of conflict and injustice. To bring this to light, a forum to solemnize the uniqueness of mankind, ‘Global Dignity Day’ was held today at The Millennium School, Noida on Thursday.

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CBSE Class 10 Students Need To Score 33% To Pass Exams

From next year, the students need to get a minimum of 33 per cent marks in theory and practical combined to declare pass in the subject

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Hindu And Muslim Students Given Separate Sections In Delhi School

“Of course children this young don’t know about religion, but they squabble over things. Some children are vegetarian, so there may be differences, and so on. We need to look after the interests of all teachers and students," a staff member said.

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