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CBSE is planning to introduce.
Central Board of Secondary Education is planning to introduce accreditation for schools affiliated to it.“CBSE accreditation will not be similar to the one given to higher education institutions by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.There will not be any type of grading of institutions,” said president of All-Kerala CBSE School Principals Association and a member of

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The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the Central Teacher Eligibility Test.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for the year 2014 scheduled will be conducted on 16th of  February 2014. CBSE conducted the CTET exam every year to determine the eligibility of Indian citizen for appointment as a school teacher (Class I to VIII). The details of the application process is yet to be announced by CBSE.

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The Pride of India
Prof Ashok Sen was born in Kolkata West Bengal the city of sweet curd and rosogolla, His Fathers Name is Mr. Anik Kumar Sen Prof. Ashoke Sen the theoretical physicist, a string theorist at Allahabad's Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Prof Sen became one of the nine winners of first Yuri Milner Fundamental Physics Prize at $ 3 million. Prof Ashok is one of the rare scientist who chose to retu

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Interdisciplinary courses at Presidency University
Kolkata, Come July, science students can get a taste of liberal arts and those delving into humanities can take up a science subject at Presidency University here, a varsity professor said Friday. "This is the first such initiative in the country. In the traditional Indian university education system, honours students are required to take up two pass subjects... We have replaced the pass s

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High cut-off percentages for admission to colleges of Delhi University has pushed applicants to wall.
New Delhi, The extraordinarily high cut-off percentages for admission to colleges of Delhi University has pushed applicants to the wall. Many are now seriously considering opting for courses not quite to their taste. "I wanted to study Political Science at Miranda House but the cut-offs are really high. So I have chosen to study philosophy instead," said Tanya Manik from Meerut, whose

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Education Minister of Haryana suggested a centralised testing system, and contended that policy of not detaining students.
Chandigarh, Haryana Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal Thursday suggested a centralised testing system, and contended that the policy of not detaining students up to Class 8 was counter-productive. Presiding over the fourth meeting of the sub-committee of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) to review the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) and "No Detention" provisi

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West Bengal state was unable to find leaders in higher education. : Sugata Marjit
Kolkata, Economist and chairman of the West Bengal State Council for Higher Education Sugata Marjit said Thursday that the state was unable to find leaders in higher education. Commenting on the dearth of people capable of providing leadership in higher education in the nation as a whole and in the state in particular, Marjit said: "They don't want to come to administration. Those who

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Delhi University released its first list of cut-offs for admission to the undergraduate programme.
New Delhi, As Delhi University released its first list of cut-offs for admission to the undergraduate programme, students looking to study technology found the cut-off was a staggering 99 percent. As the first cut-off list was released late Wednesday, the BTech course in even not-so-renowned colleges required an unusually high minimum score. At Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science, only

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Ohio State University proposes to launch a pilot project in partnership with AMU.
Aligarh, The Ohio State University proposes to launch a pilot project in partnership with AMU to meet the growing need for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) faculty in India. US Secretary of State John F. Kerry signed eight MoUs with Minister of Human Resource Development M.M. Pallam Raju to step up collaboration and build partnership between American and Indian institutio

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Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was implemented,
New Delhi, Even three years after the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act was implemented, many government schools still have huge infrastructural gaps, a report by an NGO said Wednesday. According to a survey by Child Rights and You (CRY), 11 percent of government schools did not have toilets, only 18 percent had separate washrooms for girls and boys and 34 percent of

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