CBSE Class 10th and Class 12th Exam Date Sheet

CBSE Exam Date Sheet 2011

CBSE Date Sheet 2011 has released for the class 10th and class 12th by The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Students check and download CBSE Exam Time Table 2011 for Secondary and Senior Secondary Class visit below link:

For 10th Class:


For 12th Class:

Best of Luck!!

CBSE Result | CBSE 12th Class result | CBSE Results School Wise | CBSE 12th Result Delhi

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the exam result of Senior Secondary (12th Class) Examination Results 2010 for Delhi, Allahabad and Guwahati regions, Candidate  results can also be checked CBSE Results School Wise. To view the CBSE XII Class Result please visit the CBSE Result Website:

If you want to check the CBSE Class 12th Results School Wise please visit below link:

Congratulations to all students!

CBSE 12th Board Result | CBSE Result | CBSE XII Class Result

CBSE 12th Class result 2010, CBSE Class XII has declared on 19th May, 2010 at 8 AM. Candidates of Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula regions can check their CBSE class 12th results 2010  Please Visit the given below link:

Congratulations to all students!

Recent Changes in Education

With a spate of new reforms taking place in the education sector of our country, I have been compelled to take up the pen and put to paper all the recent changes and developments that are affecting us all. Recently with CCE- Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation being implemented in Class IX and above classes, the students will be evaluated for their scholastic as well as co-scholastic performance from next month, resulting in grades instead of marks. This means that schools following CBSE pattern, will henceforth conduct formative and summative assessment of Class IX students in their second term. With two formative and one summative assessment in each term, the weightage of these two assessments in a year will be 40% and 60%, respectively. These formative assessments will be gauged through quizzes, conversations, interviews, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practicals and assignments.

Many schools like DPS Pinjore have since its inception laid stress on co-curricular activities and formative assessments of their students but the other schools which have till date only restricted a child’s assessment to only the paper-pencil test, will face difficulty in adapting themselves to the new pattern laid down by the Board.  Aiming at “holistic assessment of a learner”, the circular issued by the Board stresses that CCE “will motivate learning in a friendly environment rather than in a fearful situation.” With a greater focus on learning rather than teaching to test, DPS Pinjore and a handful of other schools like Shemford Group Of Schools score a point over the others, as they are already following a similar education pattern.

The CBSE Board has also woken up to the need to train its teachers and impart the required teaching practices to its teachers but in private schools like DPS Pinjore, it is mandatory for teachers to complete a set of training modules before joining the school. The basic aim behind this is to ensure that the teachers inculcate the same set of values in their own selves before stepping into the student’s realm and guiding them.

When talking about the latest reforms, why leave behind ICT usage? Use of videogames to make learning more interesting, computer aided teaching and active graphics are rigorously being used these days to grab and sustain the child’s attention. With modern technology getting more advanced day by day, there is an even greater need to introduce the child early on, to this new dimension of education and try and build his interest in the same.

Especially the way in which mathematics is presented to school children, many of them find it a difficult and dry subject. Many national bodies like NCERT and teacher associations like AMTI are making efforts to make mathematics teaching more alluring by organising trainings, workshops, seminars, bringing out journals, producing resource material, conducting Mathematical Olympiads, etc. But all said and done, in the end, the onus of improving the quality of teaching mathematics lies on the individual teacher.

I personally believe that all children are a Goldmine- a goldmine of hidden talents! And the onus of discovering their talents rests not only on the parents but also on the schools. These talents have to be discovered at an early age, when the little buds are still blossoming into flowers. Keeping this in view, the Government has proposed to introduce new courses in the current curriculum being followed at schools all over the country.

With the HRD Ministry all set to introduce new courses in areas like Fine Arts, Music, Carpentry and other skills at the school level, schools are all geared up to cater to the new tidal wave of interests shown in their curriculum by the governing bodies. It is a well known fact that for any industry or sector to flourish, it is very important to have Government support and the reform policies to be actively implemented. With the new Education Minister, Mr Kapil Sibal, taking an active interest in the Educational Reforms of the country, India’s Education Sector is set for major reforms that were long pending. The government’s intervention in major issues has sparked a series of intellectual debates among all classes of the society and finally, it seems that unheard pleas are being heard!

After having made Board Exams optional in Grade X, the schools are further rejoicing in the knowledge that CBSE will now be internationally recognized and will cater to a much wider audience in terms of outreach. Just like the International Baccalaureate (IB) and the Cambridge International Examinations, the ‘International CBSE’ would reach out to students across the world as an alternate system of learning and evaluation – Definitely news worth rejoicing!

With US Secretary Of Education, Arne Duncan’s ample praise for India’s secondary education system, the idea of taking our CBSE Board which is already recognized globally, to an international level, has streamed forth. But first, the current CBSE curriculum would have to be revamped totally in order to customize and tailor it to the requirements of the global student community and this would definitely take some time and ample research.

In the meanwhile, the results of the recent reforms implemented, are visible from this term itself, with schools all over Delhi agreeing to open the registrations from Dec 15. With de-bureaucratisation in the Admissions Procedure of schools, the parents of children seeking admissions have a little less to worry about this term. With the annual admission time being one of the most harrowing times of all, parents have literally breathed a sigh of relief on the Government’s timely intervention and lauded the efforts of Sibal.

Starting with the Grading system to Introduction of new diverse courses in schools, from the Right to Education Bill being passed to the Teacher Training Program being implemented at a nation wide scale, Mr Sibal has been doing a commendable work since day one of his term and I wish him all the best for his future endeavors.

AIPMT Result | CBSE AIPMT Results | AIPMT Preliminary Exam Results

CBSE AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test) Preliminary Exam 2010 Result or AIPMT 2010 Results, CBSE AIPMT Result 2010. The result of Preliminary Examination will be declared by the 3rd week of April, 2010 and the same will be hosted on Board’s website Candidates qualified for the Final Examination would be issued a separate admit card indicating new roll number and other relevant details. You can view the AIPMT 2010 Results given below link:


Best  Of Luck all Students!

CBSE Board Exam Sample Question Papers | CBSE Guess Papers 2010

CBSE Board Exam Sample Question Papers 2010

CBSE Board Class X and XII Sample Paper 2010, Download Class X and Class XII CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) Guess Papers 2010, Test Paper 2010 of CBSE Board.

To view useful Sample papers for Class X and Class XII; please visit the below CBSE website:


Note: Sample papers are available in PDF format which requires Acrobat Reader to open.

CBSE vs. ICSE – It’s a war out there !!

There is a raging battle of sorts in the education fraternity. The two most reputed boards viz Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Council of Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) are at loggerheads regarding the grading system introduced by the Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister, Kapil Sibal. The nine-point grading system has come under flak from the CISCE chairperson, Neil O’Brien who has openly condemned the new system saying that their board is in no mood to follow the directive and awarding grades instead of marks.

The basic logic put forth is the unacceptance of the colleges to give recognition to the grading system after Class XII. As after Class X, the schools will again have to rivet back to the marks system due to the universities not giving grades any recognition, so there lies no point in adopting the grading system in Class X in the first place. The confusion over awarding grades instead of marks is also supported by the principals of ICSE schools in the NCR region.

The stress being laid by the CISCE Board is on the uniformity of pattern to be adopted by all schools, colleges and universities alike. Today, approximately 1,600 schools are affiliated with CISCE, while the majority lies with the CBSE with more than 9,000 schools under its affiliation. Moreover, the CBSE has planned to go ahead with the HRD’s directive. In view of the prevalent scenario of chaos among the various boards itself on the directives issued, the students are in affix as of now and only the future holds the key to the way forward!!

CBSE Results 2009 Class XII Exam results Chennai, Ajmer, Panchkula Chandigarh regions

CBSE Class XII Exam Results 2009 (Chennai, Ajmer, Panchkula Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K and Chandigarh regions)

CBSE Results of the Class XII examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education for the Chennai, Ajmer, Panchkula, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K and Chandigarh regions announced at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. CBSE 2009 Exam Results can be available on CBSE Official website.

The CBSE will announce the results for the remaining regions (Delhi, Guwahati and Allahabad Regions) on Friday on May 22, 2009 at 10 am.

Schools can get their entire class XII results by giving their school code and e-mail address while registering themselves on the following CBSE web sites:, and

Students can also get their CBSE results on their e-mail address by registering themselves on these web sites.

Girls have outshined boys by a huge margin as CBSE on Wednesday declared the results of Class XII examination conducted in March/April for the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K and Chandigarh.


Nearly 70 students from various CBSE-affiliated schools had visited Japan in December, 2007. This initiative was a part of Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for students and Youth Programme — JENESYS. Central Board of Secondary Education — CBSE has announced that the second participation event of JENESYS would be held in 2008. Its objective is to further the mutual understanding among the students.

CBSE also announced that it would organise the National Progressive School Conference from 15th to 16th October, 2008. Science teachers from across the nation would be discussing the Higher Order Thinking Skills or HOTS-based questions for Class X science-related subjects during this conference.