Rajiv Prasad, Haryana Board secretary, recently announced the results for the class 10 examinations. The results were calculated on the basis of internal assessments.
REET 2021 was going to take place on June 20 but due to the ongoing pandemic, the Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan (BSER), has decided to postpone REET till further notice.
The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) said that it will open the window for class 10 and 12 students for correcting errors in registration.
The model question papers will be uploaded on the official website of the department, http://pue.kar.nic.in/ and students will be allowed to download them, write answers and then send them to their respective evaluator through different means.
Education Minister Manish Sisodia has suggested that students be evaluated on the basis of 30 per cent to Class 12 pre-board marks, and 20 per cent weightage each to Class 10 and Class 11 final exams.
Storytelling as a pedagogical tool may be used to explore the regional and cultural diversity of our country, to integrate stories into the curriculum at all levels.
As per the official order, all government and recognised private schools up to class 12 falling in the Jammu division (summer zone) would observe summer vacation from June 8 to July 25 as per past practice.
Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu said that the board results are crucial especially for those who do not sit for competitive entrance exams.
CBSE schools are required to submit marks for theory, practical examination, project work, and internal assessment separately, the board said.
A committee, headed by the School Education Department Principal Secretary, would be set up to decide on giving marks to students and based on its recommendation, marks would be awarded.