30 Mar 2020
Delhi: Students till Class VIII to be promoted without exams
The Delhi government on Monday announced that government school students till Class VIII will be promoted to the next class without appearing for examinations.
09 Feb 2020
Unemployment fears strike UP village after BJP MLA welcomes refugees
Earlier this month, BJP MLA Vikram Saini had vowed to help 25 Hindu Pakistani refugees settle in the Kawal village of Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district.
27 Jun 2019
JEE Advanced topper cracked NTSE, KVPY; is a published author
As the results of the JEE Advanced 2019 were declared on June 14, Sonipat-resident Manan Agarwal emerged as Haryana's state topper, with an all-India rank of 14 (score 302/372).
09 Jun 2019
13-year-old Kanpur-boy has written 37 letters to Modi. Here's why
Children are often the responsibility of their parents but a 13-year-old boy from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, has shown otherwise.
10 May 2019
Class X topper, an app developer, wishes to join IIT
After the Central Board of Secondary Education declared the Class X results on Monday, 25 students, who scored 498 marks out of 500, were placed at the second rank all over the country.
16 Mar 2019
CBSE to introduce AI as sixth-subject in upcoming academic year
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to introduce new subjects as a part of the curriculum for the upcoming academic year, to keep up with the growing importance of technology and health.
06 Aug 2018
Class-X boy kills aunt, tries making it look like suicide
In a shocking incident, a Class X student killed his aunt in her Aminjikarai house in Tamil Nadu on Friday and tried to make it look like suicide by slitting her wrist.
05 Apr 2018
Mumbai: 1L students quit BMC schools for lack of Class-8
A Mumbai-based activist has filed a complaint with the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) claiming that over one lakh students of BMC-run schools have dropped out for lack of Class 8 in many schools.
08 Feb 2018
Delhi government announces 'Happiness Classes' in schools
The Delhi Government on Wednesday announced about introducing 'happiness classes' in all its schools from Nursery to Class VIII, for the academic session starting from April.
03 Aug 2017
Cabinet scraps no-detention policy: Students can fail in Classes V,VIII
The Cabinet has scrapped the no-detention policy of schools which allowed automatic promotion of students till Class VIII, irrespective of performance in exams.