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Tech Marvels Unleashed at IIT Delhi’s TRYST 2024

In the heart of India's capital, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) recently hosted TRYST 2024, a grand tech fest that brought together enthusiasts, innovators, and industry leaders from around the world. From enchanting guest lectures to learning hands-on skills through workshops, from engaging departmental activities and competitions to exploring science as never seen before, TRYST had it all. We reached there on time by our school bus. There were numerous exhibitions including some organized by Car Street,...

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Digital Resilience: A Student Journey to Cyber Safety Excellence

In today's highly tech-savvy world, we, the students, find ourselves immersed in a digital realm, seeking opportunities for learning from various platforms in diverse aspects. However, the benefits are closely followed by various risks. Cyber safety should be an essential aspect of every student's education, empowering each one of us to navigate the digital world responsibly. We can protect ourselves and perform our online activities responsibly once we're aware and well-informed about the various cyber threats, such as cyberbullying,...

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CBSE Class 12 Physics board exam analysis

The CBSE board exam 2024 began for both Classes 10 and 12 on February 15 and the Class 12 Physics paper was held on March 4. Students said that the Physics paper was quite tough and lengthy, and the MCQs and case study questions were difficult. “Overall, the Physics paper was at a harder level than I thought it would be,” says Parth from Cambridge School, Noida. Kaushal from Bal Bharti School says the paper was not only difficult but that...

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CBSE Board Exam 2024: 8 Tips to Score 95+ Marks in Class 12 Economics Paper

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the CBSE Class 12 Economics board examination on March 18, 2024. Economics is considered to be one of the highest-scoring subjects and an aggregate puller in the board exams for Commerce and Humanities stream students. Students can't just mug up the entire syllabus (rote learning) and expect it to be enough. A sound understanding of the concepts is essential and students can write answers in their own words. Understand...

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Tips to score 90+ in CBSE Class 12 Chemistry exam

CBSE Class 12 Chemistry is important for science students. If students understand the basics well, they can score 90+ marks easily. But students need to work hard throughout the year and practice a lot before the board exam. Just studying in the last month won't help. Start studying from the beginning of the year with focus. We have some tips to help students get ready for the CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Board Exams. This subject is also important for competitive...

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Budget 2024: Schools anticipate resource-backing amid NEP overhaul

Schools have a long list of expectations from the interim budget, ranging from the establishment of a subject matter expert (SME) committee for teachers to specific resource allocation for cultural change in institutions. The February 1 budget is an interim one, before the general elections are held by May. Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman has indicated that there will be “no spectacular announcements” in the interim budget, but some tweaks cannot be ruled out. The allocation for the Department of School Education...

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Union Budget 2024: What are pre-budget expectations for the education sector?

With the union budget 2024 just around the corner, India is setting high hopes for transformative reforms, including tax cuts, incentives, and a conducive regulatory framework. The country's education sector is too optimistic about the upcoming budget and expects key announcements to address the mounting skill gap and future-proof the youth for Industry 4.0. The past fiscal year witnessed the highest-ever allocation of Rs 1.12 lakh crore, reflecting a commendable emphasis on education. Looking ahead, the National Education Policy's aspiration...

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How CBSE Dual Exams for Grades 10th and 12th are Expected to Benefit Students but not Schools

In an effort to provide students with a more flexible approach, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), early this week, introduced bi-annual board exams. As a result, starting of the academic year 2024–25, students in grades 10th and 12th, will be allowed board exams twice, however, it has not been made mandatory, like the original system. Industry experts believe that while for students in grade 10th this process will allow them to prepare in a better manner, for...

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CBSE Board Exam 2024: Tips to Score 95+ Marks in the Class 12 English Core Exam

With just a few days left for the CBSE examinations, students of Class 12 have started revising the syllabus for every subject. The main examination for CBSE will begin on February 19, 2024, for all the students who will appear for the board examination. The first exam for the Class 12 board examination is English, and it holds significant importance. Students gearing up for this year's board exams should carefully consider the CBSE Class 12 English preparation tips 2024 for...

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CBSE’s decision to Not Award any Division: Schools Welcome the Move with Mixed Feelings

Schools say the CBSE’s decision to not award any division or distinction in class 10 and 12 board exams is a welcome step towards easing the pressure on performance in students. "It is a fitting follow-up to last year’s decision of not issuing any merit list of students nor making announcements of toppers. Assessments, when gauged from the lens of divisions and distinctions, may end up demoralising the underperformers," Shalini Nambiar, Director Principal, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad told Moneycontrol. CBSE...

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