The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is mulling introducing sign language as a subject, computer-based tests, attendance waivers and flexible subject selection options for students with special needs. The board which is in the process of formulating comprehensive guidelines for students with special needs has proposed such children may also be given exemptions from the already existing criteria of two or one compulsory languages in board examinations. “It has been proposed that Indian sign language or braille should be treated as a language to satisfy the formula prescribed by the board,” a senior official said. “For students with mobility issues, the CBSE has recommendedRead More →

BBOSE results 2018: The Bihar Board of Open Schooling and Examination has announced the results of Senior Secondary and Secondary Second exam at the official website of the board – bbose.org. The Open school exam was held in June 2018. BBOSE results 2018: Here’s how to download Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above Step 2: On the homepage, towards the top, a result declaration link is flashingResult of Secondary & Sr.Secondary Second June held in December 2018′ Step 3: Click on it and you’ll be directed to a new page Step 4: Enter your details roll number and name Step 5: Check and downloadRead More →

RBSE Supplementary Result 2018: Rajasthan Board Supplementary Result 2018 is expected soon. The result when declared will be available on the official board website and official results website. RBSE 10th result was released on June 11. RBSE 12th Science and Commerce result was released on May 23 and RBSE 12th Arts result was released on June 1. The pass percentage for RBSE 10th board students was 79.86%. The pass percentage for boys was 79.79% and for girls, it was 79.95%. The pass percentage for RBSE 12th board Arts students was 88.92%. The pass percentage for RBSE 12th Science stream was 86.60 per cent and pass percentage for RBSE 12th CommerceRead More →

The Zakir Hussain College of Engineering and Technology (ZHCET), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has secured enviable placement record with exceptional consistency among the top engineering colleges of India. Backed by the Training and Placement Office, ZHCET, 167 pass outs of the 2017-18 academic session were hired by 39 top notch companies such as Adobe, Open Silicon, Siemens, LNT, Voltas, O-General, TCS, Wipro etc., said a statement from AMU. Prof (Major) Fareed Mahdi, Training and Placement Officer, ZHCET informed that the highest package offered to a student is of Rs. 15.5 lakhs, while the average package of pass outs is Rs. 5.57 lakhs. Prof Mahdi has further informed that soRead More →

The Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Mr. Prakash Javadekar conferred the Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2018 today. The event was held at Dr. Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi, as a part of the ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ campaign launched by Prime Minister on September 15, 2018.  Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Minister of State, HRD was also present on the occasion. The Swachh Vidyalaya Puruskar was launched in 2016-17 to recognize and honour the schools which have done exemplary work in the field of water, sanitation and hygiene. This year more than 6 lakh government, aided and private schools had registered for the Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar.Read More →

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE) has released the provisional merit list for B.Ed. Courses, Jammu 2018. The B.Ed. Jammu Entrance Test 2018 was held on June 24, 2018. 2410 candidates have been placed in the merit list. There are also 24 candidates who were allowed to appear for the exam provisionally but their documents were found deficient. The select list of candidates (both Open Merit and Category) as per the seats available in B.Ed. College, Jammu for the session 2018 will be notified separately. Candidates who were allowed to appear for the exam provisionally and whose result has been withheldRead More →

After much chaos and tension, finally the JNUSU election results have been declared. Left unity has emerged victorious by clinching top 4 central panel posts. The results were expected early this morning. However the counting process had to be suspended as few students, reportedly ‘ABVP’, barging into the counting room and attempted to snatch away ballot papers. 14 hours after the chaos, counting resumed in the evening, yesterday. In a first, huge voter turnout has kept the most keenly JNU election, this year, in high trend. Last year, as well, left alliance had won the elections. The trend was quite visible after the councillor results were declared. Usually theRead More →

The United Left is leading in all four central panel posts in the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union polls, counting for which is underway. According to the election committee, after counting 3,281 out of 5185 votes, N Sai Balaji, presidential candidate of the Left is leading with 1,350 votes. Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) candidate Lalit Pandey was at the second position with 605 votes followed by Thallapalli Praveen from BAPSA (Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students Association). In the other central panel posts of vice-president, general secretary and joint secretary, the United Left is ahead of its rivals. There was high drama on Saturday as counting wasRead More →

The IIT Kharagpur has signed MoUs with the University of Houston and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth for joint academic and research collaborations. The MoU with University of Houston was signed on Friday at Houston in the presence of Chancellor Renu Khator and Director P P Chakrabarti, an IIT Kharagpur statement said on Saturday. The initial areas identified for collaborations include petroleum engineering, covering niche aspects of chemical engineering, advanced materials, deep sea technology,analytics and industrial engineering, the statement said. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth signed the MoU with IIT Kharagpur early this week for collaborative research, training and the exchange of faculty, post-doctoral fellows,studentsRead More →

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar asked educational institutes to utilise their alumni associations for betterment instead of coming to the government “with a bowl seeking help”. The Union Human Resource Development minister was speaking on Friday at a function organised here by the Jnana Prabhodini School. “Worldwide, who run educational institutes? It is the former students. Who run universities worldwide? It is the alumni who have excelled in their respective fields,”he told the gathering. “Such students give back to their educational institutes. This same attitude has been cultivated by Jnana Prabhodhini among its students over the years, and because of the contribution of its former students,Read More →