There are about 13 major boards in India and the performance in different boards are different because of the syllabus for different boards is different. The CBSE board is entirely using the NCERT books which are also used for JEE Main and hence the performance of students in the CBSE turns out to be the
CBSE (VI - XII)
The foundation courses, that is, classes 8 to 10, are considered to be very critical because, as the name goes, they lay the foundation for the students’ future studies and career. These are the years that will determine or, at least, shine a light on where the students will do well in future and what line of career they will excel at. Stay in the loop of all important updates regarding CBSE foundation classes. You can also get access to practice papers and give online mock tests for free on Embibe.
CBSE is an exam that can be quite challenging at time. Students appearing for JEE need to have a good score even in the boards to get a good rank in the JEE entrance exams. Thus, many students under CBSE board appear for improvement exams. The CBSE Improvement exam is one way for students in
The CBSE came into existence with its present name Central Board of Secondary Education’s in the year 1952. It is the main apex board, which not only has the pan Indian jurisdiction (the official power to make legal decisions and judgments.). It also has a global presence with nearly 141 affiliated schools across 21 countries. The CBSE board grants affiliation to schools up to higher
CBSE invites students and teachers of classes XI and XII to submit ideas on educational issues and solve problems. The entries will be judged upon innovativeness and creativeness of the best practices which will help upgrade the quality of education. The winners will be given three board-level based on original solutions to the existing problems. The
There is a very unhappy problem coming to light in various cities in the country. There are several schools who claim to follow CBSE Board but are not actually affiliated to CBSE in any way. Take the example of Bhubaneshwar. Reportedly, more than half of the “CBSE” schools were not actually CBSE schools. “Merely by submitting
Below is a sample paper for class 12 Mathematics Rajasthan state board. For sample paper of other subjects CLICK HERE Mathematics, Model papers of Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education, XIIth Class 376 Views