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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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CBSE Students Since 1975 Can Get Their Duplicate Certificates

CBSE has given the facility to the students of collecting the certificates from their own zones. According to CBSE, the students who had passed from this board from 1975 to 2000 will now be able to collect the duplicate certificates from Ajmer. This facility is available for each student across the country.

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CBSE Will Downgrade School Level, Levy Fine Up To Rs 5 Lakh If Institutions Violate Affiliation Bylaws

According to the new affiliation bylaws of the CBSE, the board can take various actions against erring schools, including issuing a written warning, levying fine up to Rs 5 lakh, suspending affiliation for a definite period, the debarring school from applying for affiliation, and withdrawing affiliation.

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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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Rs 1 Lakh Relief To Child Who Failed CBSE Class X Over A Delhi School Negligence

An inquiry committee found that the student’s class teacher had accidentally marked him absent while uploading students’ marks on the CBSE portal.

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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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Class 10 And 12 CBSE Board Exams May Begin In February In 2019

Around 2.8 million students are registered to appear for CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 examinations in 2019

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Sign Language, Braille As Subjects For Students With Special Needs In CBSE

CBSE has proposed such children may also be given exemptions from the already existing criteria of two or one compulsory languages in board examinations

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Students Who Failed CBSE 10th Exams Can’t Be Thrown Out Of Schools: Delhi High Court

The plea alleged that instead of granting them readmission in the same government school, the students were forced to take transfer certificate

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Appeal In NEET Case Refused By Supreme Court

CBSE’s appeal against a Bombay High Court order in the NEET case denied

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