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CBSE Cuts Down Science, Tech Theory Syllabus

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to delete several topics from the science and technology syllabus of classes IX and X.

While the changes are coming in with immediate effect for class IX, they will be introduced in the 2006-07 academic session in class X.

In a meeting held on Tuesday, the Board finalised the portions that are being deleted. Since the emphasis on practicals is increasing from this academic session, the Board has also drawn up a list of experiments that each student needs to do in classes IX and X. The Board had decided earlier that from this academic session, students have to appear for 60 marks of theory instead of 75 marks as was the case, hence the deletion.

In class IX, three whole units are being deleted (units 1, 2 and 4), while in class X, four units (units 1, 2, 4 and 6) will not be taught anymore. The deleted topics in class IX include maintenance of standards, colloids, atomic theory of matter, historical perspective of periodical classification of elements, ionisation energy and electron affinity, transformation of scales (Celsius, Kelvin), thermometers, harmonic waves and sound.

Similarly, in class X the deleted topics include pH scale, derivation of mirror formula, working of the compound microscope, derivation of the lens formula, working of the compound microscope, equations of Faradays laws, electro-chemical cells, dry cells, electric motor and electric generator, properties of hydrogen, synthetic polymers, solar system and constellations.

As a policy we are trying to reduce load of syllabus and the resultant stress. Earlier this year we had decided to reduce marks for theory, hence the trimming. We had taken sometime before we finalised topics to be deleted because opinions of a large number of school teachers and educationists were taken to identify topics that are not relevant for students of the class IX-X stage, the Boards director (academic), G Balasubramaniam, told TOI from Delhi.

Fifteen experiments each have been enlisted by the Board for the two classes. Schools will have to follow the list strictly as the Board is introducing a 20-mark theory test based on these experiments from the CBSE X exam of 2007. The new marks break-up for the theory portion in both classes IX and X have also been decided upon and schools are being informed about the change through the circular.
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CBSE Class X results: Girls Excel Again

The Central Board of Secondary Education declared the Class 10 results in most of the country on Tuesday, but students in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and eastern India will have an anxious wait for two more days.

The results for Ajmer, Chandigarh and Chennai regions of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were posted on its websites www.cbse.nic.in, www.results.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in at 6 p.m.

The results can also be viewed at Naional Network of Education`s Portal www.examresults.net.

The results are also available on interactive voice response system and SMS from a number of mobile operators.

Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Daman and Diu come under these regions.

The results for Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and the North-Eastern States would be declared at 6 p.m. on May 26, a CBSE spokesperson said.

After outdoing boys in the Class XII examination, girls have done better than boys in the Class X examination too.

Like in the Class XII examination, Chennai region has topped the list of successful candidates in this examination too, securing the highest pass percentage of 90.74, followed by Ajmer (87.70) and Chandigarh (82.21).

In Chennai, the girls` pass percentage was 90.86 compared to 90.65 of the boys, but in Ajmer they out did the boys by a fair margin with a pass percentage of 89.05 compared to 86.9 of the boys
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Chennai Tops Again In CBSE Exam, Ajmer Is Next

Chennai has again topped in the Class XII examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education this year.

The results for all the six regions Ajmer, Allahabad, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi and Guwahati were announced here on Monday.

For the third consecutive year, Chennai claimed the top spot with a pass percentage of 90.

Drop in overall performance

However, it saw a drop of 0.51 per cent in its overall performance.

While 420,240 students took the examinations from across the country about 6.8 per cent more than last year the overall pass percentage stood at 77.80 per cent, a rise of 1.8 per cent.

Ajmer claimed the second spot with a pass percentage of 84.28, followed by Chandigarh, Delhi, Allahabad and Guwahati.

Girls fare better

Girls again fared better with a pass percentage of 83.17 against 73.78 of boys.

While regular students maintained their lead with a pass percentage of 80.99, private/patrachar students were far behind with 37.41 per cent. Private students, however, improved their record by six per cent from last year`s 30.86 per cent.
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Edufest – education fair organised by The Times of India under of Education Times in association with Vidya Global Group

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Edufest 2008-Meerut, the two-day education fair organised by The Times of India under the aegis of Education Times in association with Vidya Global Group was a grand success. The event saw CBSE Helpline counsellor Poonam Devdutt and career counsellor Pervin Malhotra share their expertise and guide students on choosing the right career options. An impressive array of stalls by participating colleges and institutes attracted the young crowd that came all the way from as far as Roorkee, Saharanpur, Baghpat, Baraut, Hapur, Muzaffarnagar and other areas around Meerut.

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CBSE Class X results: Girls Excel Again

The Central Board of Secondary Education declared the Class 10 results in most of the country on Tuesday, but students in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and eastern India will have an anxious wait for two more days. The results for Ajmer, Chandigarh and Chennai regions of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were posted on its websites www.cbse.nic.in, www.results.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in at 6 p.m.

The results are also available on interactive voice response system and SMS from a number of mobile operators. Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Daman and Diu come under these regions.

The results for Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and the North-Eastern States would be declared at 6 p.m. on May 26, a CBSE spokesperson said. After outdoing boys in the Class XII examination, girls have done better than boys in the Class X examination too.

Like in the Class XII examination, Chennai region has topped the list of successful candidates in this examination too, securing the highest pass percentage of 90.74, followed by Ajmer (87.70) and Chandigarh (82.21).

In Chennai, the girls` pass percentage was 90.86 compared to 90.65 of the boys, but in Ajmer they out did the boys by a fair margin with a pass percentage of 89.05 compared to 86.9 of the boys.

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XII Results Of Andamans And Nicobar Islands Before June 30

The Class 12 results of the rescheduled examinations held for Tsunami-affected students of Andaman and Nicobar Islands would be declared before June 30, CBSE announced today. The examinations, which were, originally to be held in March had started from May 17 in several schools, mostly in the Nicobar Islands.

Though the tests would run till June four, we will surely declare the results before June 30, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Chairman Ashok Ganguly told reporters. He said 13 schools had been badly damaged when the giant waves had struck on December 26 last year and nine of them on Nicobar Islands had been almost completely washed away.

After the Tsunami disaster, CBSE had rescheduled the examinations in the badly-hit centres in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, though they were held as scheduled in other centres and with the results declared.

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CBSE class X results at 6 P.M on www.examresults.net

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the class X results for the Delhi, Allahabad and Guwahati regions this Thursday (May 26) at 6 P.M. Students can check the results on the website www.examresults.net. You can also call on these nos and get the results. Ph- 011-26431371, 51690475

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CBSE class X results at 6 P.M on www.examresults.net

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the class X results for the Delhi, Allahabad and Guwahati regions this Thursday (May 26) at 6 P.M. Students can check the results on the website www.examresults.net. You can also call on these nos and get the results. Ph- 011-26431371, 51690475

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Southern States Fare Better In CBSE Class X Exams

The southern Indian states did better in the CBSE Class 10 examinations than the two other regions for which results were declared.

The Chennai region recorded a pass percentage of 90.74 while this was 87.70 per cent in Ajmer region and 82.21 per cent in Chandigarh region.

The results for the three regions of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were posted on its websites www.Cbse.Nic.In, www.Results.Nic.In and www.Cbseresults.Nic.In, but students in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and eastern India will have an anxious wait for two more days.

In the Chennai region, which includes Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Daman and Diu, 73,566 students took the test of which 31,872 were girls.

While the pass percentage for girls in this region was 90.86, it was 90.65 for boys.

In Ajmer region comprising Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh, there were 56,519 candidates of which 22,851 were girls.

Girls did much better than boys in the region with a pass percentage of 89.05 against 86.9.

In Chandigarh region, which includes Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, 82,645 students including 34,614 girls took the test.

While girls had a pass percentage of 84.33 per cent, it was 80.68 for boys.

The results for Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and the North-eastern states will be declared at 1800 IST on May 26, a CBSE spokesperson said.
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Delhi boy tops in CBSE medical entrance test

Delhi boy tops in CBSE medical entrance test

A Delhi boy, Savinay Kapur, secured the first rank in the Central Board of Secondary Educations (CBSEs) All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Entrance Examination. Anirudh Kulkarni from Hyderabad grabbed the first rank in the All India Engineering Entrance Exam.

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Kriti On A High In CBSE PMT As Well

The results of the All India CBSE Pre-Medical Test were declared late in the evening yesterday. Kriti Puri from the city bagged the seventh all-India spot and first in the city. A student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, she was also the CBSE topper with 92 per cent marks. Her father is a doctor and Kriti is all set to follow in her fathers footsteps. Right now, she is in Mumbai to participate in the Science International Olympiad and has already cleared the chemistry and biology olympiads.

Besides academics, Kriti has also won many prizes in extra-curricular activities, including Bharatnatyam, and has also won prizes in roller-skating and hockey tournaments. Kriti also appeared for the IIT screening, which she cleared. She had also cleared the NTSC exam. Her list of credentials includes a novel titled Kiyan and the Presidents Award for all-round student.

Her teacher, Sangeeta Khanna, said Kriti even topped the entrance test for her coaching classes

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DPS R K Puram Tops Delhi CBSE Class XII Results

Delhi Public School, R K Puram, topped Delhi CBSE Class XII results, with 182 students securing aggregate marks of above 90 per cent.

The topper in Science stream secured 96.6 per cent marks, while the toppers in Commerce and Humanities secured 92.6 per cent and 92.4 per cent marks, respectively, according to a release from the school.

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Girls Again Outshine Boys In CBSE Class XII Results

Setting new standards of success, over 3,300 students scored over 90 per cent marks in the CBSE Class 12 board examinations the results of which were declared today.

Girls outshone boys once again in the crucial examination held in March, which was cleared by 77.80 per cent of the 4,20,240 registered candidates. The pass percentage was the highest – 90 per cent in the Chennai region comprising the southern states, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) chairman Ashok Ganguly said announcing the results at a press conference here.

The results were posted on CBSEs websites www.Results.Nic.In, www.Cbseresults.Nic.In and www.Cbse.Nic.In at eight am today, ending the anxious wait of students.

Cyber cafes made good business as they were besieged by students but a large number of them referred to check their results via SMS and through interactive voice response system (IVRS) on telephone also.

Ganguly said 3,376 students scored more than 90 per cent this year, up from 2,826 in 2004, and the most ever for the board. In Delhi itself, 1,178 students cross the 90 per cent mark, a significant increase from 779 last year. However, CBSE did not name the topper as a matter of policy, saying it did not want to leave scope for human error. Among groups of schools, the best performance (93.14 per cent) was by the nine institutions of the Central Tibetan schools. This was followed by the Kendriya Vidyalayas (92.47 per cent), Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (87.08 per cent) and private schools (80.46 per cent).

In Delhi, the success rate of private schools was quite high at 89.46 per cent.

Ganguly said the 4,20,240 registered students represented a 6.8 per cent increase in the number of students from last year. They were from 4,225 schools and took the test at 2,175 centres.

There was a 1.8 per cent in the overall pass percentage of 77.8 this year as compared to 2004.

The pass percentage of girls at 83.17 per cent was significantly more than that of boys at 73.78 per cent. Last year, this was 82.28 and 71.29 per cent respectively.

In Delhi, there were 1,75,972 candidates and the pass percentage was 77.61, up about two per cent from last year. Among girls, the success rate was 82.99 per cent while among boys this was 72.55.

The pass percentage of regular candidates was 80.99 per cent as compared to 37.41 for private and correspondence students. Ganguly said 11.88 per cent (48,008) of the total students got compartmentals while this was 12.38 per cent for Delhi.

After Chennai region, the most successful was Ajmer, followed by Chandigarh, Delhi, Allahabad and Guwahati. Delhi was the third most successful region last year.

Ganguly said 6,141 students from 59 schools had appeared for the Class 12 examination in foreign countries, 5,446 of them from 51 schools in the Gulf.

The pass percentage for all the schools was 91.27 while it was 92.69 per cent for the Gulf schools. Some institutions in Russia, Nepal, Tanzania and Iran also follow the CBSE.
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Southern States excels in CBSE Class X Exams

The southern Indian states did better in the CBSE Class 10 examinations than the two other regions for which results were declared.

The Chennai region recorded a pass percentage of 90.74 while this was 87.70 per cent in Ajmer region and 82.21 per cent in Chandigarh region.

The results for the three regions of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were posted on its websites www.Cbse.Nic.In, www.Results.Nic.In and www.Cbseresults.Nic.In, but students in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and eastern India will have an anxious wait for two more days.

In the Chennai region, which includes Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Daman and Diu, 73,566 students took the test of which 31,872 were girls.

While the pass percentage for girls in this region was 90.86, it was 90.65 for boys.

In Ajmer region comprising Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh, there were 56,519 candidates of which 22,851 were girls.

Girls did much better than boys in the region with a pass percentage of 89.05 against 86.9.

In Chandigarh region, which includes Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, 82,645 students including 34,614 girls took the test.

While girls had a pass percentage of 84.33 per cent, it was 80.68 for boys.

The results for Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and the North-eastern states will be declared at 1800 IST on May 26, a CBSE spokesperson said.

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Cut-offs set to sizzle

Admission cut- offs for most courses are set to sizzle. This is despite city students not doing too well in some subjects in the CBSE class XII exams.CBSE Students have done better this would have a direct impact on the cut-offs there would be at least a 1% increase. Campus colleges will not be affected. The effect will be felt in the cut off campus colleges though.Whatever the cut-off expected; one course where higher marks are going to rule is economics at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC).From this year on, students will need at least 70 % in mathematics to be eligible for the economics course.
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CBSE Tele-Counselling From May 23

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will start its second phase of tele-counselling from May 23. Open till June 6, this is the first time that the tele-counselling is being offered by the CBSE through the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) this year.

To be conducted by 39 principals and trained counsellors from Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Jaipur, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Noida, Meerut and Bhubaneshwar as well as Doha-Qatar, Dubai and Kuwait, online counselling will also be available. Students can also visit the website www.cbse.nic.in

Said Abdul Mabood, director of Snehi, an NGO that runs a post-exam helpline called Hopeline: Weve been getting result-related calls since last week. The queries range from simple anxiety about What if I dont get the stream I want?, to which course to pursue. Said Etishree Bhati, counsellor in DPS, R K Puram, who also works for the CBSE helpline: In this phase of CBSEs counselling, most of the calls are from students. The questions that get asked mostly, according to Bhati, are What will I do if the result is bad? and a request to check whether the student has actually failed.

Said Mabood: Last year, of the 700 calls that we got, a large number was about which course and college to apply to. Almost 15% of the calls are from high achievers. They feel anxious about how they will fare at the national level, said Mabood. The good news: According to Snehi, only 1% of the calls last year were from severely depressed students.

The IVRS service will be available from May 24 on local dial facilities within Delhi and Mumbai for all subscribers of MTNL. While the MTNL service will be available on the ten-digit number 1250-111-102, for BSNL it will be open on 1250-1-02.

Students dialling from Karnataka, West Bengal, Punjab, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Haryana will have to dial 95+STD code of cities of Bangalore, Kolkata, Ludhiana, Ahmedabad, Indore, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Gurgaon + 1250-1-02.

Contact Nos.: Students can call at: 9873144008, 27014447, 9313984889, 25541316, 9322121048
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Government to probe NCERT distorted and objectionable language

Faced with intense criticism from the Opposition and Congress members, the government on Friday agreed to probe allegations that some NCERT school textbooks contained distorted facts and objectionable language.

The assurance was given by minister of state for parliamentary affairs Suresh Pachouri in the Rajya Sabha after the House witnessed turmoil during the zero hour when opposition members displayed some of the books, which they said contained the distortions. BJP’s
Ravishankar Prasad, who waved several books, alleged the NCERT history book described freedom fighters like Aurobindo Ghosh, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal as “terrorists” and the Jat community as “marauders”.

He also read out excerpts from a class 11 Hindi literature book, which had all BJP members on their feet and trooping into the well. Even members on the treasury benches appeared shocked by the objectionable language. A bewildered deputy chairman K Rehman Khan was unable to figure out what exactly the opposition members wanted even as Prasad
kept reading out some more objectionable excerpts and the title of a poem. The deputy chairman then urged the government to respond to the charges but the latter initially did not react.

Prasad said the books also contained suggestions to girl students to use cosmetics. Distortion of history was a very serious issue and such lessons could pollute the minds of children, Prasad said demanding an inquiry into the matter besides punishment for the
guilty.

They were joined by members from the Samajwadi Party and the Left parties. Some Congress members too expressed concern. Congress’s Satyavrat Chaturvedi said it was not an issue to be politicised and government should take the matter seriously and correct the distortions.

BJP alleges NCERT text describes freedom fighters like Ghosh, Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal as “terrorists” and the Jat community as “marauders”

Source : Times of India

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Rising Cases Of Drug Abuse Alerts CBSE

Board Asks Schools To Teach Students To Say `No` To Drugs

NEW DELHI: Taking a serious note of the rising cases of drug abuse among the country`s young, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now dashed off a circular to all affiliated schools asking them to put in place an effective“ plan of action to educate students against the use of drugs.

With one of the major objectives specified by the General Framework of Adolescence Education being to make the learners aware of the causes and consequences of drug abuse and ways of preventing it and to develop in them a rational attitude as well as the skills to say `no` to drugs, the CBSE feels it`s time for schools to act fast.

In the recent circular, the Board noted that timely and sustained effort is necessary to educate and empower children so that they do not fall victims to the obnoxious habit of substance abuse, and expressed hope that all affiliated schools would address this serious concern by putting in place an effective programme of action.

While describing drug abuse as an important curricular concern in school education that has been in discussion for quite sometime, the circular notes that the Government of India is of the view that there is a need for proper networking among different agencies to facilitate effective organization of programmes to bring awareness among students about drug abuse.

The CBSE feels that with the student community today getting information from different sources, it is the responsibility of schools to empower the children by providing the right information as well as skills to help them make the right choice for a healthy life.

While asking schools to take an integrated method by going for both curricular as well as co-curricular approaches to attain the goal, the Board has suggested that schools try and use the curricular components that are already incorporated in different subjects by highlighting them for raising awareness amongst students about drugs and its harmful effects.

Some of the activities suggested by the Board for schools include sensitization through formal and informal discussions, raising awareness by arranging interactive sessions with experts in the field and strengthening the counselling component by sensitizing school counsellors to handle issues connected with drug abuse.

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CBSE Takes Axe To Pre-Board Mess

This a pain that students appearing for Boards next year will not have to suffer. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to issue an advisory to schools that they do away with multiple mock board exams, popularly known as the preboards.

The advisory is to be issued later this week. What this could mean is goodbye to the series of tests that characterise the class X and XII preparations for the all-important CBSE Board exams. Many city schools conduct as many as four pre-boards before students appear for the event itself.

G Balasubramanium, director (academics), CBSE, said : Schools tend to finish their syllabus by the first term, thereafter concentrating on the preboards only. So many tests only bog down the student with memorised information.

The board, therefore, will ask schools to concentrate on imparting knowledge of concepts. Balasubramanium pointed out that: After all, board exams are meant to test students understanding of concepts.

Its not an argument that schools are willing to buy. Said Usha Ram, principal, Laxman Public school: Theres no harm in testing children. Holding multiple tests is the only way to ensure that they get serious about their studies.

In fact, Ram claims that bringing down the number of pre-boards may impair the performance of students, besides making parents anxious. For parents, how well the student does in these pre-boards is the only way to gauge his or her preparation, she said.

The principal of St Thomas school, C Manoharan, said: One of the reasons for my school doing so well is that we hold two preboards. The first one is like a test-run, where students get to know where they lag. The two tests are preparation for the forthcoming boards, she added. The school produced this years class XII topper.

Coming on the heels of several other measures taken by the board to de-stress school years, any move to restrict pre-boards to one could evoke strong reactions, warn schools. Scrapping multiple preboards will only make schools resort to other means of testing students. For instance, whats to stop them from holding class tests, said Ram. Added Manoharan, The idea is to de-stress students. But that cant be done by holding only one pre-board.

CBSE however dismisses such concerns. Pre-boards only add to the tension of board exams. Schools can prepare students without resorting to testing them several times, said Balasubramanium. Hopefully, schools will also agree

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CBSE Class XII Results Declared

National Network of Education (NNE) in collaboration with Central Board for Secondary Education today published the Class XII results for Delhi and Allahabad regions covering seven states.

The Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) results for students, who appeared from schools in New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Orissa, West Bengal, Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and foreign countries, were declared at 6 am, a CBSE spokesperson said.
The class XII results of Ajmer, Chandigarh, Guwahati and Chennai regions, covering the rest of the country, were announced on Sunday.

The results were posted on the CBSE websites www.cbse.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in and NNE website www.examresults.net.

Results were also available on telephone numbers 24357270 and 24357274 in Delhi, 95-11-24357270 and 95-11-24357274 in NCR and 011-24357270 and 011-24357274 in other parts of the country, the spokesperson said.

NNE also provided with the help line service on telephone numbers 011-26431371 and 011-51690475, for the students to get their results.

NNE is also going to publish Class Xth results on its website, www.examresults.net, which will be available from 26 May, 2005.
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