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With the CBSE Class 12 results finally declared, it is the turn of Class 10 students to get the jitters for their scores. The stakes are high for the 8.8 lakh students who are awaiting their Class 10 CBSE results 2017, and the Central Board of Secondary Education is expected to declare the results by June 2, Friday. If you are waiting for your CBSE results too, you are probably on your computer and regularly refreshing the pages on the three official websites. But the official websites are not the only means of getting your CBSE 10th result 2017. Here are a few ways to check your Class 10 results online:
- Official websites – Of course, you can head to the three official websites –www.results.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in, and www.cbse.nic.in – to check your results.
- IVR – Then there’s the CBSE Class 10 result IVR system that provides you the results via a call (charged at 30p per minute per roll number). You can call 011-24357276, 011-28127030 (MTNL), 55530 (Idea Cellular), 54321223 (Tata Teleservices), and 54321202 (Airtel).
- SMS – Students can check their CBSE 10th result via SMS too (charged at 50p per SMS). Following are the numbers you can send the SMS to from your registered number in the format ‘cbse 12 [rollno]’: 52001 (MTNL), 57766 (BSNL), 5800002 (Aircel), 55456068 (Idea), 54321, 51234 & 5333300 (Tata Teleservices), 54321202 (Airtel), and 9212357123 (National Informatics Centre)
- You can also get your CBSE Class 10 mark sheets 2017 in your DigiLocker account. The DigiLocker account details will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.
- Many schools nowadays put up their Class 10 results on their official website, so you can head over there too.
It goes without saying that you should keep your CBSE roll number, school number, and centre number handy. And while the results are expected to be declared on June 2, one report claims the CBSE 10th result 2017 will be announced on May 31. With uncertainty looming over the official date, it is best to keep checking the official websites every few hours.
Recently Nageen group of schools have taken over school from City Montessori School Lucknow in Raj Nagar Extension ghaziabad and renamed to St. Xavier’s world School. The school has best of infrastructure and located in lush green environment.
St. Xaviers world school, Ghaziabad is the 7th school run by Nageen Group. The other Schools are at Meerut, Hastinapur, Meerapur and Sardhana. The group director Mr. Vishal Jain told Meerut.com that they plan to open 20 schools by 2020.
St. Xaviers world school, Ghaziabad is running classes upto class VIII from pre nursery. It is running XSEED curriculum which itself is the endorsement of high quality academics. The schools claims to create an over all developed student as they have enough sports and co curricular facilities for the students.
St. Xaviers world school, Ghaziabad claims to get into top 10 schools within a year in Ghaziabad. We wish them good luck.
It was to the surprise that Shanti Niketan Vidyapeeth, Meerut , got into top 5 schools of Meerut, top 10 marks of students in Meerut in all streams and in top 3 of Science stream and in top 3 of commerce stream.
The toppers are from these 5 schools
Dewan Public School
KL International School
Shanti Niketan Vidyapeeth, Meerut
Police Modern School
The name of to 10 students of Meerut district are :
- Ramya Kaushik -Humanities, Dewan Public School
- Rishabh Shrivastava -Science , Dewan Public School
- Riya singh -Humanities, MPGS
- Divyanshi Agarwal – Science Dewan Public School
- Rishabh kumar -Humanities,, Police Modern School
- Prstham Shukla – Science, Shanti Niketan Vidyapeeth
- Sonali Tandon -Humanities,KL
- Kivim -Humanities, Dewan Public School
- Arnav -Humanities, Dewan Public School
- Sanjana -Humanities, KL
- Urvashi -Humanities, MPGS
1. DPSG Meerut road
A leader all the way, the school has invested in laptops for teachers, and interactive boards in every classroom. It as an e-library and impressive sports infrastructure. Not surprisingly, it tops in the ‘academic rigour,’ ‘competence of teachers’ categories. And ‘infrastructure facility’ and ‘sports’ parameters as well.
Phone: 0120-2712236, 2711399
Nursery fee: Rs. 81,180 per annum
2 DPS, Indirapuram
Global exposure to its students is one of the school’s USPs. Last year, it had the second highest score on parameters such as ‘extra-curricular activities’ and ‘teacher care and development’. This year, it comes third in ‘teacher competence’ and does well in ‘value system,’ and ‘innovative teaching’ parameters.
3 St. Xavier’s World School
A New school of Nageen Group of Schools providing XSEED curriculum in all classes .The school is situated in lush green environment with state of the art infrastructure to increase concentration in the child. Surely its best school for your child. school is equipped with Smart classes, sports and all other necessary things.
Phone: +91 9897311111
4 Uttam School for Girls
Equipped with a gym, golf course, swimming pool, the school also places great emphasis on personal grooming, theatre and public speaking classes. This year, it leads in ‘individual attention to students,’ and scores second-highest in ‘parental participation,’ ‘safety and hygiene,’ and ‘infrastructure and facilities.’
Phone: 0120-2782608, 2753444
5 Bal Bharti Public School
The school has special activity rooms for nursery students. It has a recording studio, and various creative outlets for students such as a nature and an astronomy club. It tops on the ‘teacher care and development,’ parameter and does well in ‘innovative teaching,’ ‘value systems,’ and ‘parental participation,’ categories.
6 DLF Public School
The school clearly places a lot of emphasis on sports, culture and discipline. It has a skating rink, a cricket ground, lawn tennis and badminton courts. It scores second place in ‘sports,’ and does well in ‘teacher care and development,’ ‘parental participation,’ and ‘teacher care and development,’ categories.
7 DAV Public School, Sahibabad
Even though like other DAVs, this school draws from Vedic Sanskrit traditions, it received an International School Award from the British Council. The school is a consistent high scorer in the ‘value systems,’ ‘social accountability’ and ‘infrastructure and facilities’ categories.
Phone: 0120- 2631202
7 The Holy Child*
This all-girls convent school is known for its academic and sports achievements. Facilities for athletics, basketball and volleyball are provided. The Holy Child ranks the highest in the ‘value system’ category. Its active eco-club and programmes for the deprived has inculcated in its students the spirit of social service.
9 Seth Anandram Jaipuria School
Seth Anandram makes a comeback to the Top Ten again. A co-ed school spread across 4 acres, it has all the facilities required for well-balanced education. It has done well in ‘teacher care and development,’ ‘innovative teaching,’ ‘parental participation,’ ‘extra-curricular activities’ and ‘safety and hygiene’ categories.
10 Ryan International School
Ryan International also fights back into the Top Ten list this year. Equipped with auditoriums, playgrounds, IT-enabled learning rooms and labs, it has done well in ‘teacher care and development,’ ‘innovative teaching,’ ‘parental participation,’ ‘extra-curricular activities’ and ‘value system’ categories.
Phone: 0120-2761427, 1428
CBSE is an education board conducting examinations for class XII and X. Shri R. K. Chaturvedi IAS Chairman CBSE found out that there were 3 sets of question papers framed for Delhi , All India and rest of the world. It came to his surprise that these 3 papers had different difficulty level and moderations after exams.
Delhi paper was easier , all India toughest and rest of the world easiest. This difficulty level difference enabled the students of delhi to score more marks and get college seats based on marks of class XII.
Whole education fraternity and students across India are shocked with what was happening at CBSE.
To another shock it was known to him that these three sets had different moderation level which hugely benefitted delhi students. This year moderation of delhi : all india is 14:8.
Chairman has ordered to make examination pattern same for all students of the country and CBSE without any discrimination.
CBSE chairman recently finished off CCE pattern and started again old Board examinations system. Students and parents across the nation are happy and are praising it.
Editor , School of Educators
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the datesheet for the senior secondary certificate examination, 2016. The exams will start from March 9, 2017 and will continue until the end of the next month (April 29, 2017).
Last year, a total of 10,65,179 students had appeared for class XII examination. This year there are 10,98,420 students appearing for the paper. The number of schools have also increased as compared to last year with 10677 have registered for the exam. In 2015, 10093 schools participated.
The exams will begin at 10.30 am. To download the date sheet, log on to the official website of CBSE (cbse.nic.in).
आज दिनांक 24 नवबंर 2016 को शांति निकेतन विद्यापीठ के प्रांगण में सीबीएसई नोर्थ जोन बैडमिंटन चैंपयनशिप के उद्घाटन समारोह का अत्यंत भव्य आयोजन किया गया ।
समारोह में मुख्य अतिथि श्री आर के चर्तुवेदी ; प्।ैद्ध अध्यक्ष ,सीबीएसई दिल्ली विद्यालय की अध्यक्षा श्रीमती कुसुम जैन, निदेशक श्री विशाल जैन एंव प्रधानाचार्या श्रीमती विभा गुप्ता ने दीप प्रज्ज्वलित करके कार्यक्रम का शुभारंभ किया।
प्रधानाचार्या ने अतिथियों का पुष्प गुच्छ से हार्दिक अभिनंदन किया।
पश्चिमी उत्तरप्रदेश के 13 जिले ,उत्तराखंड के 15 जिले से आए लगभग 128 स्कूलों के 1200 खिलाडियों ने मार्च पास्ट करके अपनी टीम की प्रतिनिधित्वता का परिचय दिया।
मुख्य अतिथि ने खिलाडियो को संबोधित करते हुए बताया कि वो उत्तम प्रदर्शन करते हुए सफलता रूपी वटवृक्ष के रूप में पुष्पित व पल्लवित होकर कामयाबी की इमारतें खडी करते रहे। आप अपने लक्ष्य की ओर ध्यान दें, हार या जीत पर नहीं। आप अपनी तत्परता और परिश्रम से उर्जस्वित पथ की ओर अग्रसर रहें।आप ऐसी प्रतिभा बनकर उभरें जिससे न केवल देश में बल्कि विश्व स्तर पर भी अपना परचम लहरा सकें।
निदेशक श्री विशाल जैन ने खिलाडियो का उत्साहवर्धन करते हुए कहा कि जीत की खुशी और हार के दुख में सामान्य रहने की प्रेरणा ही एक खिलाडी को अच्छा इंसान ही नहीं बल्कि देश का सुसस्ंकृत नागरिक बनने में भी सार्थक सिद्ध होती है।
प्रधानाचार्या विभा गुप्ता ने कहा कि खेल नियमों का पालन करके, दूसरों की जीत में भी प्रसन्नता का इजहार करना, हार जीत में एक समान रहकर व अनुशासित होकर ही एक खिलाडी सफलता के परचम लहरा सकता है।तत्पश्चात प्रज्ज्वलित मशाल के मध्य मुख्य अतिथि ने खिलाडियो को खेल भावना से खेलने की शपथ दिलाते हुए चैंपियनशिप को आरंभ किया गया। प्रथम दिन आरंभिक मैच खेले गए।
समारोह में सीबीएसई निरीक्षक ( एकेडमिक डायरेक्टर सीबीएसई) श्री मनोज श्रीवास्तव, (सीबीएसई डिप्टी डायरेक्टर एक्जाम) नेहा शर्मा, डॉ मेजर मनोज गौड एंव चीफ रैफरी श्री दिलीप सान्याल, सीबीएसई स्कूलों के प्रधानाचार्य , राहुल केसरवानी, स्पोर्टस प्रभारी श्री अरविंद शेरवालिया मुख्य रूप से उपस्थित रहे।
In a recent interaction with the CBSE Chairman Shri R.K.Chaturvedi , IAS it was enlightening that the new chief is democratic to the level that he interacts , discuss and address the issues faced by CBSE schools of rural area / C tier cities. CBSE Chief called a meeting with some principals of Meerut and adjoining areas and discussed over some issues and took an immediate decision for the betterment of all stakeholders of schools.
For the Mandatory disclosure details with CBSE and School website, when discussed he appreciated the concerns and decided to decrease the number of details required. Some schools have approached the Honourable high court for mandatory disclosure form. He also mentioned that schools can come and share their views/concerns and we are ready to address and solve them. He also mentioned Mandatory disclosure with enable CBSE examination team to have GPS coordinates of schools and students will be allocated schools 5 km from their houses for examination centres. Now examination system will be more transparent as good schools will automatically get a chance to become examination centre with this Mandatory disclosure also schools not performing well will automatically be removed from being an examination center . On the fields like details of all teaching staff he agreed on entering grades and scales of teachers as some schools mentioned for unhealthy practices might prevail if salaries are disclosed. He also mentioned and agreed on FEE V/s salary and salary differences in A , B and C class cities.
CBSE Chairman is quality oriented and with his rich experience in various administrative jobs at Madhya pradesh and Central government he wish to transform all CBSE schools with effective quality management systems.
He mentioned students have all rights to get clean drinking water and separate hygienic toilets for boys and girls which schools need to immediately make provisions and mention the same in Mandatory disclosure .The form is not threatening but a facility to make a better systems for all stakeholders .
New mandatory disclosure form comfortable to schools will be uploaded on CBSE website soon.
Some schools also mentioned and requested for the subject change in XII class, principals mentioned that some students face difficulty with some subjects on which CBSE Chairman immediately ordered Mr. Manoj Shrivastava , Joint Secretary Academics to look into it and students been given chance to change the subjects from XI to XII class.
This is for the first time in CBSE board history that rural schools have been heard and solutions been given immediately.
On X boards CBSE chairman awaits the feedback of more schools to take a final call.
In the coming years CBSE will become more IT enabled , transparent and effective board which will again take indian education system on the top of the world.
CBSE Chairman praised his team primarily Dr. Antrish Johri, Director IT for the IT developments in transparency and effectiveness of Examination systems, Mr. Manoj Shrivastava who has returned after successfully creating RO Dehradun office and being very instrumental in the latest and current changes in CBSE, Neha Sharma , B. Saha and others.
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The “optional” class 10 board exam is likely to become “mandatory” again.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may set the questions for the Class 10 final exam for all its affiliated schools, reverting to a system that was in place till six years ago.
The Union human resource development minister will discuss the Class 10 board exam with the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE), the highest advisory body for the Centre and state governments on education, at a meeting on Tuesday.
“We have representation from a number of states and other representatives because the board exam is still optional in CBSE schools. A broad consensus on it already exists, but a final decision will be taken in the CABE meeting,” said Mahendra Nath Pandey, junior minister in the HRD ministry.
The CBSE, which runs more than 18,000 schools, offered in 2011 a choice to students to opt for the board examination or school assessment. Approximately 13,000 private schools across the country are affiliated to the board.
Many students preferred the second option for their class 10 finals as the general perception is that schools set easier questions for better overall results.
A little less than 1.5 million students registered for either the boards or school-based class 10 finals in 2016, of whom 1.4 million passed, CBSE data reveal.
The HRD ministry could also take up a debate over the no-detention policy , in which students up to class 8 are not detained in the same class even if they don’t do well.
“States are concerned over the quality and a decision is likely over this, too,” minister Pandey said.
The ministry might offer each state the option to decide on the no-detention policy.
A CABE sub-committee has been deliberating on this policy. The advisory board, comprising education ministers of all states and central ministers, will discuss the issue on October 25.
INDORE: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) plans to incorporate skill development in its academic curriculum and this will be the important matter of discussion during the CBSE’s national conference scheduled to begin from October 21 in Raipur.
School principals and representatives from Indore are also gearing up for the event.
Apart from skill development, they are expecting important decisions by the board after the conference.
Speculation of CBSE thinking of scrapping the school-based examination for Class 10 and making board exams compulsory have flooded in after the board has started reviewing the system. “The large scale public examination system suits the Indian format of competitive academic environment. During the conference things such as these might be discussed,” said Indore Sahodaya Group of CBSE Schools’ chairperson Manoj Bajpai.
Discussions on the main theme “skill development” will also play a vital role in developing the next curriculum for the students.