Gujrat Topper

Topper gets 99.9% percent- you would not believe what he did after


Imagine, you have given your exams and the results just came out. You check the results and find out that you have just scored 99.9 percent and become the board topper. What would you do? You would probably be ecstatic and give interviews to media, and be confused about the plethora of options you have for further studies. Something which you won’t do is what this 17 year old topper of Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Varshil Shah did.

Technology Trends In Education System

Technology brought a revolution in education system

New Delhi: The so called textbooks have undergone a complete change; It is no longer limited to merely text and pictures. Today’s textbooks often have web-based sites that include assessments, animations, additional materials, videos, and other materials to support the learning of new content. Speaking of textbooks, eBooks are becoming more prevalent in schools with the advancements of e-readers and tablet computers.  I think in the near future that students won’t carry around big bulky backpacks filled with heavy textbooks as Studying is now more affordable and accessible then it was ever before and that is all because of technology with just few clicks we can go through any information that we demand.


PHD is no more an easy task

New Delhi: University Grants Commission (UGC) came up with the new sets of draft regulations on its website according to which institutions which come under "Category III", would enroll only those candidates who have qualified the NET or SLET or SET examinations for their PhD courses only. Under “Category I” university has to be accredited by NAAC with score of 3.5 or above or if it has achieved a ranking in the top 50 institutions of the NIRF ranking in the category of universities for 2 years continuously. This step taken by UGC will make students think twice before taking admission in any university if they want to pursue PHD in future.

CBSE Class 10th Result

CBSE 10th Board results are out

New Delhi: CBSE announced results for the Class 10 board exams on Saturday at 1 pm. Trivandrum has the highest pass percentage of 99.85 per cent among all the regions under CBSE meanwhile Guwahati has the pass percentage of 65.53, the lowest among all regions. The total number of candidates appeared for the exam this year are16, 67,573. The pass percentage in CBSE's class X board examinations 2017 has dipped over five per cent to 90.95 per cent as compared to last year's 96.21 percent registering a dip of over 5 per cent. The boys outshine the girls this year. As per the gender wise pass percentage list showed up by CBSE on class 10 results, boys have done better than girls by 0.9 percentages. The boys' pass percentage in CBSE class 10 exams results stood at 93.4 than 92.2 of girls

A Compassionate Action By Haryana Government

A compassionate action by Haryana government

Gurugram: The government of BJP in Haryana took a audacious step for the sake of education and humanity both as they have decided to provide concessions to students belonging to Jammu and Kashmir in matters related to admissions in colleges and universities in the state, The decision was taken as per looking through the past and ongoing situation of the Valley with a highly volatile period since last year, with normal life barely on track.