Thursday, 1 January 2015

Which Stream To Choose After 10th In 2015 | Science, Commerce, Arts or any Other?


10th standard is the starting and the most crucial point in the life of a student. After 10th a student’s life goes for a big change.  It is now that he takes up subjects of his choice and puts focused efforts for better career prospects in future. This is a time when most of the students get confused too much and takes a decision which he starts to dislike later. Students often find it difficult to decide which path they should choose and go. The question which stands in front of students are:
  • What actually a Stream is?
  • Which stream should I choose after 10th?     
  • Do I need to take competitive coaching After 10th  ? Is this the right time or its little bit earlier?   
  • Should I take state board or CBSE board or ICSE after 10th?  
  • Is Private Schools are better or should I go for government school? 
  • Should I go for diploma or other courses or complete schooling After 10th?
Choosing a career in a particular stream or profession right at this point of time has a long lasting impact on a student's future. It is very important for any student to choose carefully from various options available to him/her in which he/she is interested. In order to achieve success, one has to select the path which they like to walk on. Good judgment and right kind of aptitude when coupled with guidance in the right direction to pick up a definite stream helps one in choosing the right career option.

CBSE 10th Improvement Exam Rules and Regulation (EIOP) 2014-2015

Improvement of Performance (IOP)

Update :
10th improvementWith an objective to provide a chance to students who could not score up to their expectations or having compartment in the Class 10 board examination, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to hold an Improvement of Performance Examination from July 16-23.
The results of the Class 10 board were declared by the CBSE on May 30.

EIOP stands for Eligible for Improvement Of Performance.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has discontinued the practice of declaring ‘Compartment’ or ‘Fail’.
Further, it has also been informed that candidates who have obtained Grade ‘E1′ or ‘E2′ are required to improve their performance in one attempt.

FAQ's About CBSE Improvement 2014-2015


Before starting this CBSE FAQ's section i suggest you to also consider CBSE Improvement Rules and Regulation 2015 or CBSE Improvement Admit Card, which are related to this post.

#1.Is improvement exam mark sheet is valid in all states?
Ans. Yes, The mark-sheet will be valid in all states of India but keep one thing in mind you have to choose the all India type i.e. AISSCE.

#2.How many times can a candidate appear for Improvement examination?
Ans. For improvement examination only one chance in the succeeding year is permitted.

#3.Is a student required to appear in all subjects in improvement examination?

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

CBSE 12th Improvement Exam Rules and Regulation | 2014-15


As you should already be knowing that this is one of the most popular, most searched and an evergreen post on this blog and on WWW as well.
I suggest you to visit CBSE Improvement FAQ'S to clear any more doubt or you may also want to know about Admit Cards or may be about CBSE 10th Improvement Rules 2015

CBSE Improvement Exam takes place succeeding year when you give class 12th board exams. The exam is same as regular board exams and you get a whole year to prepare for the improvement exam.

ABOUT CBSE 12th Board Improvement Exam

You can appear for improvement exam for any one or all of the passing subjects and not in the subjects in which you have been declared fail .
A candidate appearing for improvement exam in one or more subjects can not appear for additional subject simultaneously.

Friday, 16 May 2014

hello to alllll

After a long tym i am writing on my blog. This is only due to the busy shedule i am having. There are a lot of lykes comments and visits for the blog. I am very glad to see this. I will try to reply for all the comments but it will take tym. I will be publishing some new posts on the latest trending topics and issues as well as i will edit older most visited posts such as improvent exam, entrance related issues, etccc.
I hope u enjoyyed the election season (some may b not) it is definite that namo will change the system but the question is will this change going to benefit us or not.
Actuallly mr. narendra damodar dad modi clean sweeped it shows the majority. But i think mr. AK sufferred due to the transfer of divided vote in between them and congress.
Lets uss see what happens next.

Friday, 21 June 2013

CBSE Improvement Exam





Monday, 27 May 2013

CBSE CCE System and Examination Reforms 2013-14

EXAMINATION REFORMS AND CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)

C – Continuous C – Comprehensive E – Evaluation

Continuous stands for assessment of a student throughout the year, not just at the end of a term. It may be done formally or in an informal way using different techniques of evaluation .
Comprehensive takes care of assessment of all round development of a child’s personality. A child will be assessed not only in terms of his knowledge about a subject but his participation in other activities also. Broadly, we assess a child’s growth in two areas – Scholastic and Co-scholastic. The term Scholastic refers to those aspects , which are related to intellect or the brain. It is related to the assessment of learners in curricular subjects. It includes assignments, projects, practical etc.

Sunday, 26 May 2013

Biology 11th & 12th All Full Forms (Abbreviation)

In this post you can find all high school biology short forms and their full forms. Many times they are asked in examination as "Short Answer Questions". Sometimes in big questions also you will find that they frequently use these short forms.
  1. PMC    →   Pollen Mother Cell
  2. MMC   →   Megaspore Mother Cell
  3. PEN     →   Primary Endosperm Nucleus
  4. PEC     →   Primary Endosperm Cell
  5. IUDs    →  Intra Uterine Devices
  6. MTP    →  Medical Termination of Pregnancy
  7. STDs   →  Sexually Transmitted Devices
  8. ET       →  Embryo Transfer
  9. IVF      →  In Vitro Fertilization
  10. ART     →  Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Monday, 6 May 2013

Types and Properties of Quadrilaterals (Quadrangles)

A quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides (edges) or four vertices or four corners it can also be called as a TETRAGON

 

There are different types and varieties of quadrilaterals having different properties such as different angles and sides. You can learn them here in a very easy and informative way.

After reading this tutorial you can answer these questions like

What are the properties of quadrilateral?

What is a diagonal and what are adjacent sides?

How many types of quadrilaterals are there in Geometry?

What is a cyclic quadrilateral and what are its properties?

And at last but not the least all types and properties of parallelogram, rhombus, square, rectangle, kite, oblong, trapezoid, etc.

Saturday, 4 May 2013

Skill development vocational courses | CBSE to make students employable

Taking education a step further, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now introduced Skill Development in schools from standard 9 onward.
With its recent changes in curriculum, the Board has asked affiliated schools to start Skill development vocational courses. This will prepare students to handle challenges of the job market with ease.
CBSE has shortlisted some private institutes which offer special training programs for Skill development. 
In order to take this initiative to a maximum number of students, CBSE has asked schools to tie up with these private institutes. 
The list, drawn up by CBSE, includes 35 skill knowledge providers in 11 areas, including retail, information technology, security, automobile, banking and insurance, hospitality and tourism, mass media and media production, health and beauty, music production, design, and medical diagnostics. 

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