Modi extended his best wishes to students appearing in the board examinations, saying they should write their exam with confidence.
The students will instead be allowed to wear slippers to the centres for writing their matriculation examination which is scheduled to begin on February 21, a BSEB release said yesterday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his book ‘Exam Warriors’, has come up with 25 mantras to help students deal with the exam stress.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has authored a how-to guide on handling exam stress, will hold 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' on February 16 and interact with students.
Concerned over getting their choice of stream in Class XI, secondary school students are bracing themselves up amid a competitive rat-race to outshine each other.
The tele-counselling service, which will continue till April 13, is being provided by a total of 91 principals, trained counsellors, psychologists, and special educators.
"When we said let's conduct a cheating-free exam (then) 10 lakhs students dropped out. This is the figure until now. I don't know what will happen in future," Adityanath said.
As per schedule, the Class 10 ICSE exams will begin on February 26 while the exams of ISC class 10 students will begin on February 7.
Though, there is no official confirmation but chances are there that the exams might begin from March 5.
The datesheet of the both (Class 10th and 12th) will be available on the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Education Board’s official website - upmsp.edu.in
From next year, Class X and XII board examinations conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will take place in February instead of March to provide more time to ensure “error-free evaluation”
The overall pass percentage in Maharashtra stood at 89.50. A total of 14,29,478 students appeared for the exam this year and of them 12,79,406 passed
Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the SSC Class 12 result today. The result is available on Indiaresults.com or Pseb.ac.in which is hosting the online results on behalf of PSEB.
Uttar Pradesh seems to be walking on the footprints of Bihar in terms of cheating done at exam centres during the Board exams.
The CBSE dumped the continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) scheme for classes VI to IX, replacing it with the new ‘uniform assessment scheme’, which aims at standardizing teaching and evaluation across schools.
As the boards exams commence across the country, there is a house in Bengal in which a student is appearing for 12th standard examination with his parents at Bahirgachhi High School, 40 km from Kolkata
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today share his thoughts on his popular monthly radio broadcast Mann Ki Baat after clearance by the Election Commission.
With Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) “unanimous approval”, Board exams for Class X are set to become compulsory for all CBSE students from 2018. At the meeting of the Governing body, its members agreed