|Posted on July 9, 2012 at 3:40 AM||comments (0)|
Who provides this scholarship?
The Department of Science and Technology , Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India awards Scholarship for Higher Education under Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research to the students.
Who is eligible for this scholarship ?
The candidates of Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi who have passed Class XII examination 2012 and are within top 1% (Cut-off score- 471 marks excluding 6th Additional subject) are eligible for the scholarship.
|Posted on February 21, 2012 at 9:05 AM||comments (1)|
CBSE has fees for various documents (15 feb 2012) as follows
1. Fee for duplicate copy of admission card - Rs 50
2. Fee for duplicate copy of marks sheet - Rs 100
3. Fees for migration certificate or duplicate - Rs 100
4. Fees for DOB certificate - Rs 100
5. Fees for provisional certificate of passing the exams - Rs100
6. Urgent fees if documents 1 to 5 required within 48 hours - Rs 100
7. Fees for correction in certificate - Rs 500
8. Verification of statements of marks for X or XII - Rs 200
9. Fees for change in name - Rs 1000 + actual cost of document
Note: utmost care has been taken but cbsemath.com is not responsible for any errors. Please consult official document.
|Posted on January 18, 2012 at 3:55 PM||comments (0)|
CBSE has stressed for Environment friendly activities for school children.
Universe is full of beauty, peace and life. Harmony with nature forms the basis of our social and cultural values and attitudes. So to develop awareness, sensitivity and positive attitude towards environment among CBSE students different activities are being taken up by CBSE schools. In order to make the students aware CBSE has suggested activities for different age groups.
For senior students awareness about energy conservation including electicity, saving water, effect of using chemicals, water harvesting, minimising use of plastics, soil conservation, etc have been suggested.
|Posted on January 16, 2011 at 9:27 AM||comments (1)|
|Posted on September 4, 2010 at 2:45 PM||comments (0)|
The Allahabad high court has set aside decision taken by the CBSE rejecting application of a Class X student for verification of marks on ground that application did not reach the board within 21 days of declaration of results on Internet
Brief facts of the above writ petition filed by one Roopal Mishra were that the application for verification of marks obtained by the petitioner in the examination had been rejected as it was received in the office of the board beyond time.
According to HN Pandey, counsel for the respondent CBSE Board, the result of the candidates, who appeared in Class-X, was declared on May 21 on internet disclosing the marks of each and every candidate. As per rule the last date for submission of application for verification of marks was June 10. According to the petitioner, he had received the mark sheet and verification form on June 16 and on the same day it was dispatched, but the application had been rejected on the ground that it had been sent after 21 days.
Pandey took a plea that 21 days will be counted from the date of declaration of result on internet, as every student is having the facility of internet or he can see the result in Cyber Cafe.
After hearing the above arguments, the Court observed that India being a poor country and 80% of its citizens do not have facility of internet and computers. Some students, who are studying in villages do not have knowledge regarding computer and internet, therefore, the argument that if it is published on the Internet, a presumption under the law will be that every appeared student would be having knowledge of the declared result as well as that of awarded marks as displayed on the internet.
So rejection of application was set aside
|Posted on September 4, 2010 at 11:45 AM||comments (0)|
HRD Minister Kapil Sibal today linked school education to the country's economic growth and advocated good pay packages for teachers to attract the "best brains".
Kapil Sibal, who has started a series of reforms in education, said the sector would witness investments to the tune of billions of dollars in the next two decades and become the fastest growing sector in the country.
He highlighted the need for a better salaries for teachers in states so that they do not quit the profession in search of greener pastures.
In the past teachers were not given much importance.
Saying that every state has its own policy, he said, "At the national level we only guide the state to help it make policy decisions. CBSE has a much better pay scale (compared to that offered by state governments)."
Unless states agree to provide adequate financial security to teachers, they would not get the best brains, he said.
Quoting a noted management guru, Sibal said at present 220 million students attend schools across the country. Presently 14 million go to university and this figure has to go up to 500 million, he said.