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April 21, 2011

Cbse nic in Syllabus

CBSE (CENTRAL BOARD of Secondary Examination) has not yet announced the CBSE schedule for the class X and XII CBSE exam to be held in 2011. Detailed CBSE datesheet of the CBSE 2011 exams will be announced in last week of December, 2010. CBSE datesheet and exam schedule is often notified at the CBSE website cbse.nic.in. CBSE exam pattern for many subjects will be similar to the one in CBSE 2010 exam except for few changes in CBSE 2011 examinations.

Changes in CBSE Syllabus

Cbse.nic.in.syllabus is one of the most flocked website for students searching for CBSE syllabus. CBSE has issued new CBSE sample papers for class 9th and 10th second term CBSE Exam to make students familiar with the CBSE syllabus and CBSE exam pattern. The CBSE exam pattern of English Question Paper for second term (March 2011) examination has been changed for CBSE 2011. There are many changes in the CBSE exam pattern of question papers in summative assessment March 2011 (SA-2). The weightage to MCQ has been reduced in English to 26 percent. Originally it was about 57 percent. Thus about 75 percent questions will be subjective type and students have to write their own inputs in second term March 2011 summative assessment. Some changes are made in Hindi paper too. CBSE Syllabus Financial Market Management (FMM) for class XI and XII has been revised. But the existing policy of conducting class XI FMM annual Examination will be discontinued from the academic Session 2010 and hence forth, the schools opting the FMM course shall conduct the XI annual examination internally as the teachers are well trained by now.

CBSE Website : cbse.nic.in

The official website cbse.nic.in is gaining popularity among the students. It includes latest information on CBSE Syllabus, CBSE Papers, CBSE Sample Papers, CBSE results. The CBSE syllabus can be accessed from the official website cbse.nic.in You can download the latest CBSE Syllabus for classes 9-12 as prescribed by Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi from the official website cbse.nic.in.
The website cbse.nic.in is a complete guide for CBSE students and teachers. cbse.nic.in provide cbse syllabus, cbse sample papers, cbse question papers, notes along with latest news and updates regarding cbse exam.

CBSE Results

CBSE result announcement is an important event for CBSE students. A lot of anxiety and restlessness prevails during the CBSE results time. New CBSE grading system is now being used to calculate the CBSE result 2011. For students who do up the syllabus from various sources like books or online assistance from websites like cbse.nic.in.syllabus, should also know about how the CBSE marking is done and how are the CBSE scores finally calculated.

SGAI 2011: CBSE Aptitude Test for Class X students

CBSE is making major improvements as indicated by the new grading system introduced in CBSE 2010 exam that hopes to relieve the students from the stress of scoring high marks and to reduce unnecessary burden. In order to facilitate a child, CBSE has designed a tool named as the Students Global Aptitude Index (SGAI) to measure the aptitude in combination with the interest. The Aptitude reflects the inherent capacity, talent or ability of a child. Aptitude testing is a student-friendly, universally accepted mode of rating capabilities for a particular activity. Aptitude tests are known to be reliable predictors of future scholastic achievement as they provide a profile of strengths and weaknesses of a student.

CBSE SGAI has been designed for students pursuing class X in CBSE schools. It is a simple paper and pencil test and is of 2 – 2½ hours duration. The assessment broadly indicates:
  • Scientific Aptitude
  • Numerical Aptitude
  • Social Aptitude
  • Behavioral Science Aptitude
  • Art Aptitude
  • Interest areas

CBSE- SGAI assist students in knowing the preference for subjects after class X. However, it should be taken only as an indicator or a facilitator. The test will also help parents, teachers and students to initiate a dialogue on subject choices leading to careers ahead in life after CBSE Exam. The last date for the online registration for CBSE Students Global Aptitude Index (SGAI) Assessment has now been extended upto 30th October 2010.

Keep checking the official website cbse.nic.in for latest syllabus and updates on CBSE Exam 2011.

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