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DATE-SHEET SENIOR SCHOOL EXAMINATION,2013
Friday,01st March, 2013 10:30 AM
ENGLISH ELECTIVE 001
FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH 101
ENGLISH CORE 301
Monday,04th March, 2013 10:30 AM
Tuesday,05th March, 2013 10:30 AM
ELECTRIC MACHINES 623
AC & REFRGTN-III 632
RADIO ENG.&AUD.SYS 635
M PROD TPT &M COOP 640
CLINICAL BIO-CHEM. 661
COMM. HEALTH NURII 664
RADIOGRAPHY-I GENL 667
TRAVEL TRADE MGMT 694
POULTRY PDTS& TECH 717
C HEALTH NURSING 731
Wednesday,06th March, 2013 10:30 AM
BUSINESS STUDIES 054
Friday,08th March, 2013 10:30 AM
POLITICAL SCIENCE 028
Monday,11th March, 2013 10:30 AM
HERITAGE CRAFTS 070
OFF. COMMUNICATION 606
CONS BEHV & PROTCN 615
MGMT OF BANK OFFCE 621
APPLIED PHYSICS 625
TV & VIDEO SYSTEMS 636
ELECTRICAL ENGG. 637
MILK & MILK PRODS. 639
LAB. MEDICINE 660
FUND OF NURSING II 663
FOOD PREPARATIONII 690
INDIA-TOURIST DEST 693
FOOD SCI.& HYGIENE 696
PRIN &PRA-LIFE INS 705
POULTRY NUTR & PHY 716
INT TO FINANCL MKT 723
CRTV & COMM M M II 739
Wednesday,13th March, 2013 10:30 AM
LENDING OPERATIONS 620
AUTOSHOP REP& PRAC 628
RADIATION PHYSICS 666
I T SYSTEMS 699
Friday,15th March, 2013 10:30 AM
ELE.COST A/C & AUD 612
STORE ACCOUNTING 618
MECH. ENGINEERING 626
AUTO ENGINEERING 627
AC & REFRGTN-IV 633
YOGA ANATOMY &PHYS 656
MEAL PLNG & SERVIC 676
CLOTHING CONST 686
BASIC DESIGN 687
TOUR MGMT & MP PLN 695
REFERENCE SERVICE 704
Saturday,16th March, 2013 10:30 AM
HOME SCIENCE 064
Monday,18th March, 2013 10:30 AM
HINDI ELECTIVE 002
BAHASA MELAYU 199
HINDI CORE 302
Wednesday,20th March, 2013 10:30 AM
SECT PRAC & ACCNTG 605
CIVIL ENGINEERING 629
COSMETIC CHEMISTRY 655
OPHTHALMIC TECH. 659
MAT.&CHILD H.NURII 665
RADIOGRAPHY-II SPL 668
ESTB & MGMT OF FSU 677
TEXTILE SCIENCE 684
BAKERY SCIENCE 697
TPT. SYSTEMS &MGMT 712
POULTRY DISE & CNT 718
FIRST AID &MEDCL C 730
HEALTH CENTRE MGMT 733
FOOD PRODUCTIONIII 734
Friday,22nd March, 2013 10:30 AM
INFORMATICS PRAC. 065
COMPUTER SCIENCE 083
Saturday,23rd March, 2013 10:30 AM
FASHION STUDIES 053
SHORTHAND ENGLISH 608
SHORTHAND HINDI 610
ENGINEERING SCI. 622
ELN.DEV.& CIRCUITS 634
DAIRY PLANT INSTRU 641
VEGETABLE CULTURE 642
B THERAPY &H DR-II 654
ADVANCE FOOD PREP 675
DESG & PAT MAKING 685
DYEING & PRINTING 688
FOOD& BEV SERV. II 692
H EDN & PUB HEALTH 728
FOOD& BEV C & CNTL 737
Monday,25th March, 2013 10:30 AM
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 048
Saturday,30th March, 2013 10:30 AM
ELECT APPLIANCES 624
Monday,01st April, 2013 10:30 AM
APP/COMMERCIAL ART 052
CR WRTNG TR STUDY 069
Wednesday,03rd April, 2013 10:30 AM
SANSKRIT ELECTIVE 022
ENGG. GRAPHICS 046
SANSKRIT CORE 322
BUSINESS DATA PROC 700
EVOL& FORMS M M II 738
Thursday,04th April, 2013 10:30 AM
URDU ELECTIVE 003
URDU CORE 303
Friday,05th April, 2013 10:30 AM
MUSIC CAR.VOCAL 031
MUSIC CAR.INS.MEL. 032
MUSIC CAR.INS.PER. 033
MUSIC HIND.VOCAL 034
MUSIC HIND.INS.MEL 035
MUSIC HIND.INS.PER 036
OFFCE PROC.& PRAC. 604
Saturday,06th April, 2013 10:30 AM
GRAPHIC DESIGNS 071
DTP CAD & MULTIMED 701
B P O SKILLS 724
Tuesday,09th April, 2013 10:30 AM
FINANCIAL ACCNTG 611
Friday,12th April, 2013 10:30 AM
CASH MGMT & H-KEEP 619
POST HARV TECH&PRD 644
LIB. ADMN & MGMT. 702
COMPUTER& LIFE I A 706
B CONCEPT-H &MED T 729
FOOD PRODUCTION IV 735
FOOD SERVICES II 736
GEOSPATIAL TECH II 740
Tuesday,16th April, 2013 10:30AM
MULTIMEDIA & WEB T 067
MASS MEDIA STUDIES 072
TYPOGRAPHY &CA ENG 607
TYPOGRAPHY &CA HIN 609
Wednesday,17th April, 2013 10:30 AM
Download free study materials in Economics for CBSE Class XI and XII prepared by expert teachers. The study materials will be useful for the students to score better marks in exams.
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MIT on top at QS World University Rankings 2012-13
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) takes the top spot as Indian frustration continues with the release of QS World University Rankings 2012-13. India remains the only BRICS nation without a university in the Top 200 of the QS World Rankings 2012-13. Two of the three leading Indian institutions, IIT Delhi (212) and IIT Kanpur (278), have improved on their 2011 position. Yet the comparison with other BRICS nations remains unflattering.
CBSE to conduct first NEET for MBBS, BDS on May 5
CBSE will conduct the first-ever common entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses across the country on May 5, 2013. The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) will cater to admissions in all the government and private medical and dental colleges in the country on the basis of its merit list. Over 10 lakh students are expected to take the examination next year.
Financial Times survey ranks IIM-A among top 10 global B-schools
As per the Financial Times (FT) Masters in Management 2012 Rankings, IIM-A is once again the only Indian institute to be ranked among top 10 global B-schools. The institute was ranked for its flagship post graduate programme in management (PGP). However, IIM-A slipped three places from rank seven last year to rank 10 in 2012 FT rankings.
Specialized & Flexible MBA programs in demand!
NIIT,Microsoft join hands to offer cloud computing
Delhi to host global meet on technological innovation
Categories: Career News, Central Board of Secondary Education, Education, Education News, Education2Home, Entrance, higher education, Management, medical, news, Professional Development Tags: BRICS, Delhi, Financial Times, India, Indian National Academy of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Microsoft, QS World University Rankings
Consider this before you walk into a stream after school
Students completing xth standard are often confused about selecting a career path. Selecting subjects after xth standard is not an easy task. For a successful career one must plan the future carefully and must have a workable plan to support. Exploring the available career options, knowing about oneself and the capability to take right decisions and ambitions, future goals are some of the factors needed for a successful career planning.
Seek help through seminars
There are various seminars held through which one can know about the available career options and get in touch with the respective institutes. One should have a clear perspective about their goals and accordingly seek help from teachers, parents and elders.
Check your aptitude
Aptitude, grades and marks must be considered while selecting a stream. It is often advised that students take aptitude tests through which students learn more about their skills, strengths, weaknesses and intelligence in various fields. Aptitude tests turn out to be very useful while selecting any stream. It helps evaluate one’s personality and provides the examinee with clarity which they would have never thought of or it may also tell them whether the profession one is interested to take up would suit their personality or not. It helps the students to list the suitable career options and also to select one of them.
Practice them for free
Nowadays there are various aptitude tests available for free on the internet for students to take up. CBSE has also introduced two and a half hour long aptitude test which is designed specifically for Indian students. This test may assess the student in following areas :
• Art Aptitude
• Numerical Aptitude
• Behavioural science aptitude
• Social Aptitude
• Scientific Aptitude
• And, Interest Profile
One must also consider the personal interests while electing a stream. One’s interest when matched with the potential career gives fruitful results.
For one’s mental satisfaction and peace, one must select a career according to their interests as it may give them pleasure while working and they may enjoy doing their work which may lead to a happy, peaceful and contended life.
Also , It is seen often that parents push their kids to join a particular stream after Xth which should not be done as it may curb the child’s interest and the potential with which he can work in the field he is interested in . One should remember that ‘Birds only fly high when they are free in sky and not when they are caged !’ Parents should encourage them to take decisions and should support them whenever needed and should also advice on the pros and cons of taking up a stream.
Be clear of what you want
• Which subjects interest you the most!
• Which subjects one is afraid or hates the most and feels that it is boring and is not interested in!
• What are one’s ambitions and interests!
So when you choose a subject do keep all these points in mind and all the best!
Categories: Career News, Central Board of Secondary Education, Education News Tags: aptitude, Aptitude Test, Careers, CBSE, Central Board of Secondary Education, India, Psychology, Select Subject After 10th, Selecting a stream, Student, subject selection after Xth, test, Tips for selecting a subject
After the implementation of CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) by CBSE, there’s a lot of confusion among schools, teachers, students as well as administrators. The system was started to minimize the exam stress. But now, every day the students are the victim of undue exam stress. There are more evaluations than learni
ng. Students are continuously stressed as there will be exams almost eveyday.
At the same time CBSE is doing away with exams at the Board level creating the situation more laissez-faire, There is no uniformity in evaluation from school to school.
The schools are giving plenty of A grades to students most of them donot deserve it. They pass out Class X with gorgeous marks and get admission in the stream of their ‘choice’ . Class XI will turn out to be extremely difficult for them. They waste 2 years or more – failing in class XI and XII.
CCE is not suitable for a country like India where there are overcrowded classroom ranging from 50 to 65 students per class.
The teachers are also overburdened with lot of clerical work – assigning and tabulating the CCE scores, making reports, evaluating — all these at the cost of the time to be spent of preparation for real classroom teaching.
Is it not time to think on whether or not to continue with the system of CCE?
What do you think?
Raise your voice. Comment on and let the authorities rethink!
CBSE has asked its schools to train their students in speaking and listening skills to improve their diction and communication skills.
The CBSE has proposed a formal testing of speaking and listening skills in the form of Formative Assessments (FAs), in English at secondary and senior secondary levels from the academic year 2013-14.
In its latest circular to all the schools affiliated with the central board, the CBSE has envisaged that all language skills need to be integrated into the school English language curriculum.
The circular says, “In today’s world, where national and international boundaries have no real meaning for the global citizen, the English language has acquired the role of a crucial medium of communication. It has become the language for knowledge seeker as we move towards a knowledge-based economy,’’
The results of Class XI is shamefully low since the introduction of CCE in classes up to class X. The CCE ensures pass of every student. It is further emphasized that the student should get admission in the same school. This criteria make the students less responsible and they get good percentage in class X without much knowledge expected of that level.
The students mainly get good grades in formative assessments in which most of the activities are performed in groups. Almost all students of the group are getting almost identical marks and grades. So, even a weak student gets good grades because he is part of the group. These grades scored by him ensures his admission to science group in class XI. Only when the result of Class XI comes he realizes that he is not fit for the science group (or any other group he has chosen).
The teachers of class XI are more worried where the administration wants 100% result out of these students with little aptitude towards the subject. It is high time that the system be reviewed and ensure that only students with aptitude towards science steam come in Science group as well as other streams.
You responses in this regard are welcome. All students and teachers as well as parents are requested to take part in this discussion. Post your views and responses as comments to this post.
- Debate on Efficacy of Cce Heating Up (education2home.com)
- CCE is more burden than earlier evaluation system (education2home.com)
- How was CBSE Science Exam for Class X? (physics.2lv.in)
- Class 10 CBSE Science Summative Assessment II (physics.2lv.in)
- CBSE issues guidelines for standard 11 admissions (cbsephysics.2lv.in)
- CBSE working closely with State for CCE (thehindu.com)