Don’t take results too seriously, says Delhi boy who came third in JEE Advanced

Delhi boy Ananye Agarwal secured All Indian Rank of three in 2017 IIT-JEE Advanced, and emerged as the state topper on Sunday. With over 1,70,000 students appearing for the exam last month, topping the prestigious exam can prove to be a herculean task. However, Agarwal is rather composed for someone who has managed the feat. “It is important not to take the results too seriously. It can get stressful otherwise,” said Agarwal, who had scored 97.8% in his CBSE Class 12 exam. Agarwal, a resident of Gulmohar Park, attended the Hope…

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CBSE school-based exams: Few takers, but high scores, Mumbai results reveal

Of 16 lakh Class 10 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) students across India, more than 7.81 lakh opted for the school-based tests over board exams, which are considered to be more stressful. However, students will not have the same option next year, as school exams will be scrapped from this year. Five of 200 Class 10 students from RN Podar School, Santacruz, opted for the school exams. Of them, Rithvik Sharma secured a 8.8 cumulative grade point average (CGPA). “We wanted him to be comfortable, as he suffers from a…

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UPSC exam results: Saumya Pandey from Allahabad gets fourth rank

Saumya Pandey, a gold medallist from the prestigious Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), Allahabad, secured fourth rank in Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination, results of which were declared on Wednesday. A trained classical dancer, Saumya said her aim of becoming a civil servant is to serve the society on a large scale as in the role of an electrical engineer, which she completed in 2015, she would have been serving just a section of society. Saumya, a trained Kathak dancer from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, is also a…

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UPSC 2016 results declared: Have realised my dream, says topper Nandini KR

Nandini KR of Karnataka’s Kolar who topped the Union Public Service Commission’s civil services examination for 2016, is a civil engineering graduate from MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology in Bangalore. “This is a very happy moment for me, I have realised my dream,” Nandini told news agency ANI. In her last attempt, she had made the grade for the Indian Revenue Service (IRS). “It is like a dream come true. I always wanted to be an IAS officer,” she told PTI from the National Academy of Customs, Excise and Narcotics…

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Assam SEBA HSLC Class 10 board exam results 2017: Here’s how you check yours

The Assam Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) High School Leaving Examination (HSLC) Class 10th board exam results 2017 were declared today at 10 am. Students can check their scores on sebaonline.org or resultsassam.nic.in. This year, over three lakh students appeared for the SEBA HSLC Class 10 exam 2017, which was conducted from February 17 to March 10, 2017. Last year the overall pass percentage was 62.79%. Here’s how you check your results: Log on to SEBA’s official website sebaonline.org or resultsassam.nic.in Click on HSLC results 2017 Key in your…

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CBSE Class 12 results: Why outstation students have better chance of entering DU

Going by the Class 12 results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), students from other states stand a better chance of gaining admission to Delhi University than their counterparts in the city. More students from other states – clubbed under the all-India region category – secured 95% and above than those from Delhi, as per CBSE results. For instance, just 2,326 students from the city scored beyond that mark this year, as compared to 2,927 in the previous one. In stark contrast, the number of all-India region students…

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WBBSE West Bengal (Madhyamik) secondary school exam results between May 24-31

The results of the Madhyamik (secondary) Class 10 examination, conducted by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE), will be declared between May 24 and May 31, 2017. A WBBSE official has said that the results will be available at wbresults.nic.in and wbbse.org. “We may have tie up with some other websites from where the examinees will be able to check their results and their names will be announced at the press conference on the day of the results,” he added. On the issue of languages taught in West…

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Tamil Nadu Board (TNBSE) Class 12 results: Here’s how you can check

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Board Higher Secondary Exam (TNBSE), Class 12 results were declared by the Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education on Friday, 10 am. Click here to check your results. Key in your registration number and date of birth and click on get marks. Your results will be displayed on the screen. About 8,98,763 students appeared for the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations. Here’s how students can check their results: Log on to the official website Submit roll number, other details The results will be displayed. Take a printout…

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OUCET 2016 results declared; down load Osmania college not unusual front checks 2016 Rank Card right here

The Osmania college on Friday (June 24, 2016) announced Osmania college not unusual entrance checks (OUCET) results 2016. applicants anticipating the OUCET results can down load Osmania university P.G. entrance test (OUCET) 2016 Rank Card here: http://www.consequences.manabadi.co.in/2016/ts/oucet/oucet-examination–consequences-2016-2406.htm The OUCET was conducted in June and round 80,000 candidates had implemented for the exam. The Osmania college commonplace front assessments (OUCET) are being performed with the aid of Osmania college for admissions into numerous PG, PG degree and five–12 months integrated Programmes provided through Osmania, Telangana, Mahatma Gandhi and Palamuru Universities.

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Teaching assistants improve pupils’ results, studies show

Research says students make additional two to four months’ progress when small groups get structured help from assistants Teaching assistants have traditionally been used in classrooms to support low-attaining pupils. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian Teaching assistants, whose contribution to learning has been called into question in recent years, have been shown to improve pupils’ attainment, two studies show. Schools spend £4bn a year – or 10% of the total education budget – on 24,000 TAs, but some headteachers have cut back on numbers after previous research raised doubts…

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