Telangana Inter Supply Exam 2017: Result declared at results.cgg.gov.in

The result of Telangana IPASE-May/June 2017 has been declared by BIE Telangana. The result is also available at the official web portal bie.telangana.gov.in Telangana Inter Supply Exam 2017 The result of Telangana IPASE-May/June 2017 has been declared by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (BIE Telangana). All those students who had appeared for the same are required to check their respective scores at the official website www.results.cgg.gov.in The result is also available at the official web portal bie.telangana.gov.in Steps to check the result: Log on to the official websites…

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JEE advanced result 2017 to be declared on Sunday, know where to check

The results of Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) 2017 will be released online on Sunday at 10am, officials said on Friday. Students can check their results on www.jeeadv.ac.in. Of the 2.2 lakh students, who were eligible, 1.7 lakh registered and appeared for the exam held on May 21 this year. “Since the answer key for the paper has already been released, most students are already aware of their marks. Results will only give a confirmation on these scores,” an official from the organising JEE team said. The answer keys were released…

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Tripura to convert 769 Bengali medium schools to English

T ripura has bucked the trend of governments pandering to sub-regional sentiments in deciding to convert 769 state-run Bengali-medium schools to English. The Left Front government’s avowed move is to prevent students from shifting to private schools. But it comes at a time when Mamata Banerjee’s West Bengal government is allegedly trying to impose Bengali in the Darjeeling hills, a move that has threatened to revive the Gorkhaland demand. A notification issued by Tripura’s Directorate of Secondary Education said the process of converting 769 Bengali medium schools to English medium…

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Marginalised child: Will Nirmal, the daughter of a woman who irons clothes, get a chance to study in Delhi University?

It is 1:30 am as I sit down to type this. It took me 15 minutes to fill out the Delhi University Admission Form, which is an achievement considering that it took other people almost an hour. There’s a simple reason for this: most people prefer to fill the form in the morning or the evening with their parents peering over their shoulders telling them to “apply ECA Indian Music” for a prize they won in Class 4. Not me, though. I started working on the DU Admission Form at…

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CBSE NET 2017 form release gets delayed: Likely to be out by June 20

The application form for the National Eligibility Test (NET) has not been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) yet and a delay is being expected. The exam is conducted twice a year, usually in the months of June and December,  but since the past one year, it is being conducted in July and January. Last year, the form was released on April 12 for the July exam. This had made the candidates more tensed. The CBSE conducts NET on behalf of the University Grants Commission (UGC). The…

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Mark Zuckerberg’s dream for education is for kids to learn mostly without teachers

  Microsoft peddles laptops. Google touts services such as collaborative calendars and spreadsheet-making software. After building their businesses on products that students use, it’s not surprising that tech giants—from actual computer companies to other Silicon Valley darlings like Salesforce and Netflix—are wedging their way into education itself, especially as the US market for education technology is predicted to bloom to $21 billion by 2020. Most tech leaders are getting in by making learning apps, donating to policy campaigns, or partnering with individual schools. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has a slightly different,…

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14 words and phrases you should not use in emails

One wrongly used word or phrase could show your email, and you, in a completely different light! These words make you sound rude or pretentious. Avoid them! Words you shouldn’t use in emails With emails being the primary communication source between employers and employees, and business owners and clients, it is very important that you do not unknowingly use certain words that might offend the person on the other side or show you in a light which isn’t completely positive. A wrongly used word might make or break a partnership….

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This 16-year-old security guard from Ranchi topped his Class 10 board exam

It was not so easy for 16-year-old fatherless boy to ace the Jharkhand board exam of 2017. With the whole family dependent on him, Jharkhand board exam topper Nitish Kumar Mahato studied during the day while working as a security guard at night. More on his education: As reported by the Hindustan Times, Nitish studies at the reputed St John’s School. Even while working as a night time security guard, Nitish kept his books with him all the time. His percentage: The boy has scored 87.60 per cent in the…

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CBSE Class 10 results: Here’s how students in Delhi scored last year

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has just started releasing its Class 10 results, let’s see what students in Delhi scored in the previous years. Last year, 91.76% of the students from Delhi who had appeared for the exam had passed, a few notches below the overall pass percentage of 96.21. More often than not, it has been seen that private institutions in Delhi perform better than government schools. Last year private institutions had a better pass percentage than government schools. About 95.43% of the students who were from…

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Google will block bad ads (even its own) with a filter built into Chrome

The Bihar Board Class 12 results were declared on May 30 and out of 12,40,168 students who appeared in the board exams, 7,94,622 students failed. This year, yet again, the topper of the intermediate exam is in the grip of controversy. Bihar Class 12th topper arrested a The Bihar Board Class 12 results were declared on May 30 and out of 12,40,168 students who appeared in the board exams, 7,94,622 students failed the examination. This year, yet again, the topper of the intermediate exam is in the grip of controversy…

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