65 State-Run Schools In West Bengal To Introduce Teaching In English

English medium: Of the 65 schools, 44 are in primary section and 21 in the secondary section Around 65 state-run schools in West Bengal will introduce English medium teaching at primary and secondary levels from the next academic session, a senior government official said here Friday. Of the 65 schools, 44 are in primary section Read More

CBSE CTET answer key released at ctet.nic.in: How to raise objection

CBSE CTET answer key: Candidates can download and check the answer key released by the CBSE on its official website ctet.nic.in. If any discrepancy is found, candidates can raise objections. The window to raise objections will be open till December 30, 5 pm. Candidates will have to pay Rs 1000 as a mandatory fee per question per objection, Read More

Flashback 2018: From CBSE paper leak to Institute of Eminence, education news that made headlines this year

Express Rewind:  While Emraan Hashmi is all set to expose the examination scams in his latest flick Cheat India, there were many paper leaks happened this year which shocked the nation. From the CBSE Class 12 Economics exam paper leak to alleged leak of Staff Selection Commission’s (SSC) CGL 2017 exam. The probe is on in these Read More

NEET PG 2019: Last date to make corrections in application today

NEET PG 2019: Today, December 26, is the last day to make corrections in the applications submitted for the NEET PG 2019. Candidates who have made any mistake while submitting the application form for the NEET PG exam can make corrections by visiting the official website – nbe.edu.in. The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has allowed Read More

Mood Indigo, Asia’s largest college cultural fest, to begin tomorrow

Mood Indigo, said to be Asia’s largest college cultural fest, will begin in IIT-Bombay from Thursday. Spread over four days, the event will see participants from over 25 countries display their talents in a range of competitions including music, dance, design and drama. Themed on ‘Montage of Dreams’ the fest has multiple events to keep Read More

Students Should Spend 50 Per Cent Of Schooling Hours Outside Classrooms

“School curriculum should be oriented to make students think rationally, independently, express cogently” Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said that students should spend 50 per cent of their schooling hours outside classrooms and that sports education should be accorded greater importance by educationists and parents. Addressing students of Jubilee Hills Public School on Read More