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CBSE results to be announced by 26 May 2013

CBSE is trying its best to compile the results and publish by 26 May 2013. Once again, the CCE and the two streams (School based and Board Based) are identified as the causes for delay. All other boards have published their results, but CBSE has its reasons for delayed publishing of results. It is expected […]

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Why CBSE Class X results 2011 are delayed?

Why cbse class x results 2011 are delayed? This is the question many students, parents and teachers are asking. To Quote from a CBSE Official: “There are 10,61,566 candidates who registered for the exams this year, an increase of nearly 15% from 2010. To analyse the data of each candidate is a Herculean task as […]

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How to Score high Grades in CCE?

CBSE has renovated the evaluation system and classes VI to X is now following the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Here are some tips and guidelines to help you score better grades in CCE. The most important step in scoring high grades in CCE is to: “Let the teachers know you well” Grades are awarded […]

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CBSE Class X SA 1 conducted under CCE

Image via Wikipedia Download CBSE Class X SA 1 2010 – 2011conducted under CCE by KVS Chennai Region Given in both English and Hindi CBSE X SA I Science 2010 – 2011

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Optional Proficiency Test for Class-X

CBSE is conducting an optional proficiency test in all the five main subjects from next year. The proposed Proficiency Test is being conducted with the broad objectives of : acting as a benchmark in testing of skills and higher mental abilities of students providing motivation to students for academic excellence in the respective subject providing […]

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QUESTIONS FOR CLASS X CCE SA1 PHYSICS

QUESTION: Two metallic wires A and B of the same material are connected in parallel. Wire A has length l and radius r, wire B has a length 2l and radius 2r. Calculate the ratio of the equivalent resistance in parallel combination and the resistance of wire A. ANSWER:

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Class X CCE Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Does CCE mean frequent tests and assignments?CHAIRMAN: The term continuous in CCE refers to periodicity and regularity in assessment. It does not mean that tests and assignments have to be conducted or given frequently. On thecontrary, the scheme of CCE discourages mechanical testing. It envisages employment of variety of tools and techniques for assessment […]