Friday, 17 February 2017

RBSE10th class exam time table

RBSE 10th-12th class time table 2017
माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड कक्षा

 10 वी का टाइम टेबल


8:30       से       11:45

दिनांक।                विषय

9-3-2017          अंग्रेजी

11-3-2017        हिन्दी

14-3-2017        गणित

16-3-2017       संस्कृत

18-3-2017       सामाजिक

21-3-2017       विज्ञान
*माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड परीक्षा कार्यक्रम 2017*

                     *12वीं आर्ट्स*

1. 👉 2 मार्च       अंग्रेजी अनिवार्य
2. 👉 5 मार्च        हिन्दी अनिवार्य
3. 👉 9 मार्च        भूगोल
4. 👉 19 मार्च      उर्दू साहित्य / हिन्दी साहित्य
5. 👉 22मार्च        चित्रकला
6. 👉 26 मार्च       गृहविज्ञान
7. 👉 29 मार्च        संस्कृत


Thursday, 16 February 2017

NCERT books for CBSE schools

Online NCERT books for CBSE schools

Download NCERT books free

NCERT take great step to make study materials compulsory for all Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools all across the India is expected to standardize the education curriculum across CBSE schools in the country .
Union minister for human resource development Prakash Javadekar,take this decision in a meeting .
This decision of Online NCERT books for CBSE schools is a welcome relief for millions of parents forced by CBSE schools to purchase NCERT textbooks from private publishers, often at prices 300-600% higher than the NCERT books.
According to HRD officials NCERT has been directed to make all the NCERT textbooks available, in adequate numbers, through its 680 empanelled distribution vendors across the country by the last week of March, so that the April deadline for the 2017-18 academic session can be met. All the CBSE schools will have to raise their demand online on official CBSE's website by February 22, 2017.
This decision of Online NCERT books for CBSE schools made MHRD is after complaints by various CBSE schools and parents about non-availability of NCERT books on schedule, and also by parents about schools selling expensive NCERT books by private publishers.“Many schools have book kiosks on their premises. As well as selling exorbitantly priced textbooks from private publishers, these shops sell `bundle packs' that include pencils, erasers, and other stationery , which would cost a lot less for parents in the open market. We have also noticed that private publishers are sponsoring several school heads on junkets to countries like Switzerland,“ a senior HRD official said.
One of the CBSE official said that based on the mandatory disclosure of its schools, the board has an accurate estimate of the quantum of NCERT textbooks necessary for Classes I-XII for any academic session.