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Optional NCERT Books In The CBSE Bylaws, Private Publishers Make Hay

Private editors are taking advantage of the confusion that prevails in the educational ecosystem of the tricity about whether textbooks of the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) are compulsory in schools or not. Although the 2019-20 academic session has already begun in the schools of the region, the UT department of edu ...
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Strategies Of Classroom To Promote Participation And The Learning Agency

Each classroom has a few anxious students who always participate, and a less enthusiastic majority is happy. Often, asking students to raise their hands when they know the answer exacerbates this problem because some students process the question more quickly and their enthusiasm to respond can undermine the trust of others. That's why Ann Young, a ...
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Students Will Participate In The First PISA Survey In India

The students of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and the Territory of the Union of Chandigarh will participate in the Program for the International Student Assessment (PISA) 2021. This will be the first time that Indian students will participate in PISA. The Program for the Evaluation of International Students is an international tri ...
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Parents Slammed For Not Stopping Their Children’s Gaming Addictions

You already know about Fortnite, athletes, streamers – renowned games religiously played by kids, but should we be concerned about its effects on the children? The parents of youths who haven’t gone to schools for like two years because of their gaming addictions have been slammed for their efforts to stop this problem behavior. One o ...
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Archaeologists Want To Win People Back To Science

In the month of February, one of the famous podcast: The Joe Rogan Experience referred to an idea that was made popular by some of the books and TV shows: that an image of the Mayan King K’inichJanaab’ Pakal, that was carved upon the lid of his sarcophagus when he had died in 683 C.E., depicts him taking off in a spaceship. Host Rogan ...
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With Evolving Classrooms There Are Things Which Are Disappearing Gradually

In this new-age, we need students to gain knowledge beyond the textbooks. As such, the schools are going to offer a window for classes where students can express, learn more about themselves and explore the world like never! It is justified to expect that our education system and school classrooms will also require changing, when everything around ...
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In CBSE Exams, Less Than 10 Students Appeared For These Subjects

The CBSE Board Class 10th, 12th Result of 2019, not even ten students appeared for these subjects, exams conducted anyway, in which one student appeared for Human Rights and the other appeared for Theatre Studies in Haryana. Due to the tech-based initiatives the board has undertaken this year, the results are expected to be released early. As such, ...
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Schools Haven’t Complied to CBSE Norms to Reduce the Weight Of Bags

In the CBSE circular, released in August, the board reiterated that all affiliated schools must take measures to reduce the weight of school bags and homework load on children and that this has to be scrupulously followed. Parents of the students studying in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) affiliated schools have blamed that these ...
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Large Antarctic Ice Shelf Is About To Break Apart

Although the rift started years ago, it is slowly and steadily entering the final phase. With the fear of the iceberg breaking down, the British research station has been shifted to a safer location on the ice shelf that ensures that there is no threat to the researchers out there. Twice as the size of New York City, the iceberg measures over 1, ...
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‘Experimental Learning’- The New Punch Line For CBSE In The Academic Session 2019-20

The CBSE secretary, Anurag Tripathi said that the students should learn from what they study and use it practically. There should not be any more rote learning, in which they only learn for exams and then forget. As per the CBSE board, they said that “Experiential learning” will be the punch line for the CBSE in the 2019-20 academic se ...
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