‘Schools that completed syllabus, exam preparations not to change plan’

Putting an end to confusion over scheduling of final exams and summer vacation in schools, the Commissioner of Education on Tuesday clarified that the government resolution (GR) issued in this regard does not ask any school to change the timetable if the syllabus has been completed and exam timetable set. Commissioner of Education Suraj Mandhare told The Indian Express, “The GR was interpreted wrongly. It does not ask schools to change anything. It is only to provide scheduling guidelines for schools, which may have been lagging behind. If schools have already…

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JEE Main 2022 new exam dates out: Check admit card date, intimation of city and other details

JEE Main 2022: The revised examination dates for the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) – 2022, has been announced by the National Testing Agency, NTA, on the official website, the link for which is jeemain.nta.nic.in. As per the new schedule, the JEE Mains session 1 exam will be held on April 21, 24, 25, 29 and May 1, 4, 2022. “Meanwhile, representations are being received from the candidates seeking the change of dates of Session 1 of JEE (Main) – 2022 on account of the clashing of their Board Exam dates…

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How to build curriculum that can help boost student’s confidence in making their own academic decisions

Like a spinning bottle, a student’s mind spirals and explores every angle before it stalls, picking one direction to point to. A curriculum is the guideline around which teachers can chart their students’ educational journey. However, an educational curriculum like CBSE, ICSE or IB holds significant importance as this is the area to which students’ exposure is limited. Hence, the way a curriculum is drafted is crucial as it is the foundation of students’ successive academic decisions. [“source=indiatoday”]

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Continuing education: Night at the School

For countless people like Kamble and Jadhav, night schools seem to be the only viable option to improve their future prospects. These schools, however, are now being destroyed by a toxic combination of budget cuts and political neglect. Over the years, night schools in Maharashtra have seen neglect with many having no teachers or support staff. A number of schools are also facing problems of paying rent for hired spaces from which they operate. “These schools have been bridging the gap in society by providing opportunities to the have-nots. But…

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