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Harsh Reality of Delhi Students

Education is very important for India. “Padega India tabhi to badhega India”. As per reports and data, in the year 2017-18, nearly 1.55 lakh children failed in various classes from IX-XII. Out of these the highest number of students i.e. 73,561 failed in Class IX. As per records, out of these 1.55 lakh students, only 52,582 have been r ...
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CBSE Exams Class X, XII: Board To Introduce New Standards For The 2020 Session

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has always been sensitive to the needs of students with disabilities. The Board, through an official notification, has stated that it is extending several exemptions / concessions to candidates with reference disabilities (for the X and XII class examinations conducted by the CBSE) as defined in the L ...
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Schools Teach Life Skills Along With Modules On Sex Education

For a long time, any discussion about sex or sexuality was frowned upon, since the whole issue was seen as a taboo. This meant that the group, who were the most vulnerable and whose awareness of these issues was crucial, remained ignorant. This group ranged from children to young adults. Things improved in 1993, when the department of education ad ...
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The CBSE Compendium Of Courses Does Not Mention Careers In The Armed Forces

The CBSE has recently launched a compendium of academic courses that students can follow after class XII, but there has been no mention of the opportunities that the military offers them right after Plus Two. He said that there are 113 areas where students can obtain higher education according to their own interests. He also gave full details abou ...
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CBSE 2019 Exam: The Board Used A Mobile Application To Prevent Paper Leaks

The Central Board of Secondary Education took technology this year to prevent any malpractice during the exam or the evaluation process of the class 10 and 12 exams. After several paper leak reports surfaced last year, among which it was confirmed that class 12 economics and class 10 math were engaged, the board has used technology this year to en ...
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Identify Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: HC

The Delhi High Court has asked the AAP government to identify children suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), one of the most common mental disorders affecting children. The Bank of Justice, S. Ravindra Bhat and Judge Prateek Jalan also asked the government of Delhi to formulate policies to create training programs for tea ...
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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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