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November 27, 2003

The Nalanda police had last year come very close to busting the nation-wide racket involved in leakage of papers of comp ...
January 5, 2005

CBSE Chairman has said that he will consider allowing students in tsunami-affected areas to change their examination cen ...
February 24, 2006

THE EXAMINERS, who fail to join the evaluation training programme organised by the Uttar Pradesh Madhymik Shikhsa Parish ...
September 22, 2006

The CBSE Board exams may soon share a grading system with the Cambridge International Exam, a UK education body.
November 9, 2006

TEACHERS DO not give students time to think and visualise. They do it themselves, leaving nothing to students. This is t ...
March 7, 2006

\?The 15-minute cool-off time given by CBSE has benefitted students\' Speak your mind. Write your opinion on the subject ...
March 14, 2006

A LARGE number of students, taking the UP Board examinations, went on the rampage at an examination centre at Sikandara ...
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March 5, 2006

THE UP Board examinations began at 157 centres in Varanasi district on Saturday. About 10 centres were declared hyper-se ...
February 3, 2006

TWO STUDENTS of the Christ Church Degree College and another youth, son of a constable, were injured in a bomb attack he ...
March 7, 2006

THE ANNUAL examinations of Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education continued peacefully here in Varanasi on Monday, w ...
May 28, 2006

THE CITY students once again proved themselves by securing good marks in the class X examination conducted by CBSE. Most ...
November 14, 2006

CANDIDATES WHO take the civil service examinations can now insist the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) inform them ...
January 16, 2006

All the CBSE schools in the City will have common pre-board question papers from the next academic session. This was dec ...
November 16, 2006

The Central Board of Secondary Education has informed Delhi High Court that the schedule for next year's board examinati ...
November 16, 2006

Despite the loss of teaching days due to traders' strike the schedule for board exams will not change.
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