Call our expert counsellor to get usable advice
Entrance exams, Courses and General Tips
335 Cadets Graduate from NDA
Common Management Admission Test CMAT 2012 Notification
Engineering Admission Insights
Medical colleges can follow COMED-K seat-matrix for PG Courses
NFAI Hikes Research Fellowship
Arts/ Science/ Commerce
Tablet PCs below Rs. 10,000 set to become a reality
For the first time, the CBSE has said that the Std. Xth School based and board based exams are equivalent. This statement could well provide the final and immediate solution to the CBSE Maharashtra government standoff over the refusal to admit the central board’s school based examinees to junior colleges.
CBSE Board Chairman Vineet Joshi, said, If the Maharashtra government contacts me, then I will immediately write a letter to them clarifying the issue. He went on to add that all the developments on the Maharashtra-CBSE fiasco are coming to him via the media only and the state has not communicated anything to him since he sent a letter last week. The letter mentions that the passing percentage of students who have taken the school exam and the board exam is almost the same. Joshi's statement was welcomed by school principals in the city, who have been at the receiving end of parents' wrath ever since the state refused admission to school-based examinees. Neeru Kapai, founder principal of Modern School, said, this is a very positive news. We wholeheartedly welcome it. I am really convinced that we should make this official and then everything will be resolved. Both the exam should be treated at par.
Courtesy: Times of India
An Overview of way2k.com