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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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A Basketball Training Program Launched For The Underprivileged By A Class 11 Delhi Student

More than 140 underprivileged school students in Delhi have participated in a five-day basketball training program organized by 'ASSIST' in collaboration with Crossover Basketball and Scholars Academy. On 25 March 2019, a class 11 student Kartikeya Goel from Delhi Public School in Vasant Kunj and a junior national level basketball player crafted o ...
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Manu Gulati: A Delhi Government School Teacher Conferred Martha Farrell Award 2019

Manu, a Delhi Government school teacher has been consistently striving hard in breaking the stereotypes and transforming the education landscape for the Gen Z. She has played a pivotal role in empowering the young girls, so that they could receive formal school education to the core. She has also been working with boys and girls at government schoo ...
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The CBSE Syllabus Would Comprise Of A Chapter Related To The Disadvantages of Smoking

Today, the Gen Y is embracing trends which at times are unknowingly followed. Accompanying one such trend, the youth is readily under the smoking approach - the cigarettes. Delhi government's Health Director intends a chapter on disadvantages of smoking in Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and state board syllabus from Std VI to XII; Mah ...
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Migrations To Canary Islands Are Investigated By DNA Study Investigates

According to a New York Times report, migrants from North Africa first reached the Canary Islands around A.D. 100. Then, they inhabited all seven of the islands by A.D. 1000 at the latest. The study is conducted by population geneticist Rosa Fregel of the University of La Laguna and her colleagues. In this study, they examined human mitochondrial ...
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ISRO Is Looking For Students For Young Scientist Programme

ISRO started the ‘Young Scientist Programme’ or ‘YUva VIgyani KAryakram’ (YUVIKA) for school children to arouse their interest in space technology, space science and space applications. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) had announced a new initiative aiming at school children called ‘Young Scientist Programme& ...
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With Multiple Papers, QR codes, And Live Tracking, CBSE Plugged Paper Leaks This Year

The board exams will end this week in case everything goes as planned without a paper leak. All of the leak-prone exams including maths and the sciences have been written but officials at Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) aren’t celebrating yet. Because, a last-minute slip could leave them with red faces like last year. Multiple le ...
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CBSE Lists 113 Career Options To Pursue After Passing Class 12th

CBSE Class 12th Board Exams are not yet over but many colleges have already started the admission process. In their most recent 'student-friendly' initiative, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a list of 113 courses that the students can pursue after passing Class 12. The list provide additional details on the courses too ...
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