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CBSE has not yet declared the results though the other boards have declared and admission process to the next level started in most states. Students started expressing their worries in social networks. Here are some reactions.
Some media erroneously announced that CBSE will declare the results on 20 May though CBSE had not made any official declaration in this regard.
The students are advised not to be panic and let CBSE take its own time to declare an error free result.
Yogeswaran posted: “im searching AISSCE books in CBSE syllabus by Pdf i want to download it”
Dear students, The text books used by CBSE schools are the NCERT Textbooks. They are available for download (FREE) at the ncert website. I am providing the links for easy access.
Please note that the books are in pdf form and the different chapters are zipped. You have to download the zipped file and then extract the zipped files. You can use them for personal use. But copyright prohibits the unauthorized printing for any commercial purpose.
- NCERT Physics Text book for Class XI for CBSE Part I
- NCERT Physics Text book for Class XI for CBSE Part II
- NCERT Physics Text book for Class XII for CBSE Part I
- NCERT Physics Text book for Class XII for CBSE Part II
If you find these question easy to answer, well and good. If you don’t, please revise these portions thoroughly. These are based on just the minimum level of learning expected from a Class XII student. State Gauss theorem in magnetism. Define the terms retentivity and coercivity. Which direction will a magnetic compass show when it […]
Motion, force and work Motion : Distance and displacement, velocity; uniform and non-uniform motion along a straight line; acceleration, distance-time and velocity-time graphs for uniform motion and uniformly accelerated motion, equations of motion by graphical method; elementary idea of uniform circular motion. Force and Newton’s laws: Force and motion, Newton’s laws of motion, inertia of a […]
The methodology of questioning varies from examiner to examiner. The normal way of questioning is to start from the experiment you are alloted. Example: What experiment are you doing? Ans: To determine the value of unknown resistance using metre bridge (Don’t say just metre bridge or unknown resistance alone; you should tell the complete aim […]