CBSE Board exams 2017 - Sample paper for class 10 Maths

Maths, one of the most important and scoring subjects is also feared by most of the students. But regular studies, memorising and understanding the basics and practice is something which can help one fetch 100 per cent marks in the examination.

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CBSE says 'no' to changing candidate's date of birth

The defendant CBSE declined Jindal's request and said it was illegal, null and void.

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PSEB changes school textbooks again, teachers annoyed

Balbir Singh Dhol, PSEB chairman, says textbooks need to be changed with time to keep the state's students on par with student under the CBSE's wing.

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CBSE Class 10 Board Exams - Delhi government seeks two-year relaxation for students

"The students have gone through varied experiments such as the no-detention policy and Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation (CCE).

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75 new schools start Financial Market Management course, launched by CBSE and NSE

The Financial Market Management (FMM) course for students of Class IX and X, launched jointly by the Central Board of Secondary Education and the National Stock Exchange of India, is gaining traction in the current (2016-17) academic session.

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Only NCERT Books at all CBSE Schools

NEW DELHI: CBSE schools will have to use NCERT textbooks from the 2017-18 academic session.

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Kids who love maths have higher chances of getting good marks

Scientists found that positive emotions and success at learning in math mutually reinforce each other.

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CBSE allows diabetic students to have snacks during exams

In India, there are four lakh students with Type-1 diabetes, of which 14,000 stay in the National Capital Region (NCR).

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Good bye CCE, PSA, OTBA and all innovations Welcome Board Exams

And finally, CBSE bids goodbye to all innovations and experiments tried and tested during last 7 years. Now we are again in STAND AS IT IS state. Let us have an overview of these innovations and find why they failed or declared failed.

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CBSE remodels assessment structure

MUMBAI: Starting next academic year, students appearing for the CBSE class X examination will have to study for the complete syllabus for the board exams and score 33% in both theory and internal assessment to pass.

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