Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune has finally released its time table for 2018 board examination. The time table is out for Secondary School Certificate Examination as well as Higher Secondary Certificate Examination 2018. Here are the details of the same for all those of you appearing in these examinations this year. Have a look and gear up:
Maharashtra Board Time Table 2018 for Class 10th
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Four schools in Jammu and Kashmir would reportedly be adopting the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) system in 2018 that is the next academic year. This is the first time that the Education Ministry of J&K has approved to get the CBSE system for any of its schools. “We have to have a start, our kids are losing for not having this”, said a senior education ministry official from the state.
The J&K State Board is being criticised since quite a long time mainly because of causing delays in updating the syllabus. The CBSE syllabus is revised from time to time to meet the education standards of the current times. The state has thus taken the decision to adopt the same.
The last few years have seen a growing popularity for online coaching especially among the students preparing for competitive examinations such as NEET and JEE. This is because online coaching offers numerous benefits over the conventional offline classes. We have compiled some of the major differences between online coaching and offline classes. Those of you who are perplexed over which one to choose should get clarity after going through this:
The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna (KVPY) is held to shortlist students who are experts in the field of science and mathematics. Those who qualify in this tough exam are offered scholarship. It tests the candidates’ knowledge in four subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. It focuses on evaluating a candidate’s analytical skills rather than assessing his/ her factual knowledge. This competitive examination is conducted by Indian Institute of Science (IISc) each year.
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) has issued a new assessment scheme for CBSE Class 10 board Exam for the coming session 2017-2018. Under this new scheme, CBSE shall conduct the exam for 80 marks and the remaining 20 marks shall be for the internal assessment. The board has given comprehensive instructions on the way the internal assessment needs to be divided among various activities. Here is a look at how the internal assessment has been bifurcated:
- Periodic Test: 10 marks
- Notebook Submission: 5 marks
- Subject Enrichment Activity: 5 marks
CBSE Class 10th Board New Assessment Pattern
Students are often perplexed on which stream to choose after their 10th standard. Those who are determined to go for the science stream get confused on whether to go for PCB or PCM or PCMB? One simple answer to this is that if you wish to pursue medical after 12th then you should go for PCB. In case, you want to opt for engineering then go for PCM. However, if you are indecisive about which field to choose then go for PCMB. Opting for PCMB is a good way to keep your options open.
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna (KVPY) is held every year to provide scholarship to the deserving candidates. Conducted by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore it is a competitive examination. In KVPY, the emphasis is on assessing the students’ analytical skills and conceptual understanding rather than testing his theoretical knowledge. KVPY 2017 has been scheduled for the 5th of November 2017. If you are planning to appear for the same the information shared here should come handy.
KVPY Study Material
KVPY tests a students’ knowledge on four different subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. If you are thorough with all that you have Studied till class XII then you shall be able to crack it.
Etoosindia is known for providing high quality online video lectures for the preparation of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET). JEE is conducted to select students for engineering and architecture courses in the top engineering colleges across the country. It tests your knowledge in the field of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. NEET is conducted to select students for medical courses in both private and government medical colleges in the country. It tests your knowledge in the field of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Class X and XII are crucial for the students as the marks obtained in the CBSE board exams held in these classes determine their career to a large extent. These are also critical as the basics learned during these classes lay the foundation for the course you pursue later. If your basics are strong, your chances of flourishing in your chosen stream are obviously higher. It is thus essential to study seriously during these classes and ensure you are thorough with all your concepts.