NEW DELHI - The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations started Tuesday on a disappointing note to many, with several class-12 students complaining that the physics paper was too lengthy to finish in three hours.
NEW DELHI - Adolescents in the country need immediate attention in terms of their educational needs, Human Resource Development Minster Kapil Sibal said here Tuesday.
NEW DELHI - Doing their last minute revision, anxious students were seen making their way to examination centres across the capital Tuesday for the start of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations.
WASHINGTON - Citing growing competition from India and China, US President Barack Obama has warned against more tax breaks to the wealthy to find resources for investment in education, innovation and infrastructure.
NEW DELHI - Over 769,929 students are set to appear in the Class 12 exam of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) which start Tuesday, a board official said.
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