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CBSE announces class 10th results

Class 10th board exams were cancelled this year in view of the aggressive second wave of Covid. The result has been announced on the basis of an alternate assessment policy.
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CBSE Class 12 results declared: Nearly 100% students pass, number of 95%+ scorers goes up

Trends from this year's results show that girls out performed boys by 0.54%, a similar number of students scored 90% and above as in 2020.
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CBSE extends deadline for schools to prepare Class 12 board exams results to 25 July

CBSE, however, did not clarify whether extending the deadline for schools will cause a delay in the declaration of results which are due to be declared latest by 31 July.
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Schools must submit marks for Class 12 board assessment in a week or face action, says CBSE

CBSE, which is expected to announce the Class 12 board results by 31 July, has set up a portal for schools to submit students' assessment. Portal to be open till 22 July.
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Delhi HC directs CBSE to decide on refund of class 10, 12 board exam fees within 8 weeks

The court's order came after a petition by the mother of a Class 10 student studying in a CBSE affiliated school in Delhi, who had paid Rs 2,100 as examination fee.
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CBSE announces special assessment for 2021-22 board exams, syllabus to be divided over 2 terms

The decision to come up with a special assessment scheme has been taken after CBSE had to cancel Class 10 and 12 exams for the academic session 2020-21.
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This is how CBSE will evaluate Class 11 marks of students who changed subjects in Class 12

In a circular to schools, CBSE has said Class 12 students who missed internal assessment tests should be just marked absent and not given zero marks.
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SC approves CBSE, CISCE evaluation scheme for Class 12 students

The top court rejected objections raised by a parents' body & students saying the scheme propounded can't be doubted on mere apprehension of manipulation of marks by CBSE schools.
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CBSE to declare Class 12 results by 31 July using 30:30:40 formula. Here is how it will work

Supreme Court approves CBSE marking formula but asks boards to include dispute resolution system and provision of written exams for students wanting to improve their score.
Supreme Court Chief Justice N. V. Ramana (second from left) accepts a memento from Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (right), in Hyderabad on 11 June 2021 | ANI

On first visit after becoming CJI, Justice Ramana receives VIP welcome in Telangana & Andhra

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Meghalaya farmer is now richer than Punjab’s

An average Indian farmer household now earns most of the income working as labourer and from other non-farm activities.
Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia during a press briefing on announcements of PLI scheme for drones and drone components in New Delhi, on 16 September 2021 | PTI Photo

Drone industry in India will have turnover of around Rs 15,000 crore by 2026, Scindia says

The civil aviation minister also said the PLI scheme announced Wednesday gave major boost to the sector and will make it possible to have turnover of Rs 900 crore in next 3 years.

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Rolls-Royce India and South Asia President Kishore Jayaraman

Rolls-Royce ready to co-develop, manufacture fighter aircraft engines in India

Rolls-Royce's India and South Asia president Kishore Jayaraman says co-development is in line with ‘atmanirbhar’ design and manufacturing initiative.

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