17 Apr 2018
European Leagues oppose FIFA's World Cup expansion plan
Several football leagues have opposed the FIFA's plan to expand the 2022 World Cup, European Leagues president Lars-Christer Olsson said.
04 May 2017
IIT-Delhi looking to restructure curriculum to keep suicides at bay
Facing flak for the increasing number of suicide cases in the country, the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi has moved to renew its curriculum to help students cope with pressure and avoid suicides.
02 Apr 2017
CBSE: Lockers in schools to reduce bag load
In a bid to lighten the weight of students' backpacks, the Central Board of Secondary Education will make it mandatory for 18,000 schools associated with the board to provide lockers for students.
15 Feb 2017
CBSE rolls back reforms, experts worried
Experts have expressed concern that after rolling back so many reforms there may be nothing to set apart CBSE students from those of other boards.
03 Feb 2017
CBSE scraps open-book exams, drops international curriculum
The CBSE has decided to discontinue its Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) for classes 9 and 11 starting this academic year.
21 Dec 2016
Board-based Class X exams to return to CBSE
The highest decision making body of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), The Governing Body, approved restoring the board-based Class X exams.