Monthly Newsletter | May 2020 | Volume 13
It is with a deep sense of purpose that I present before you the School Serv Newsletter for the month of April 2020.
We all are under test and I wish we had a list of more cheerful news to share with you in this newsletter. Despite dejections, I am glad that we are running our operations and we could compile this newsletter for you. With this edition, School 360 newsletter completes one year of publication.
It must be said that all our partners have been inspiring us with their resilience and the determination with which they are combating the disruption caused by the lockdown. You have mobilized resources for remote teaching and have kept up the morale of teachers and students in these tough times. We salute your leadership and stand by you firmly.
The news items include the CBSE syllabus rationalization plans, extension of CBSE affiliation, revision of Activity Calendar by NCERT, cancellation of 10 and 12 class exams for overseas CBSE students, and the likely list of subjects for which board exams will be held in the country once the lockdown ends.
I hope you will find the information useful and keep sharing your feedback with us. We appeal to you to share your experiences with remote teaching-learning and we would love to include ideas and innovations in our upcoming publications.
With a hope of a vibrant comeback and best wishes.
Stay Home, Stay Safe !
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has hinted that the rationalization of the syllabus for classes 9-12 is on the cards. The rationalization is to compensate for the school time that will be lost as COVID-19 runs its course.
Currently, the situation is being assessed and ...
It is likely that the CBSE affiliated schools will be granted an extension of 1 year in their affiliation by the board.
The report is not based on any official notification. It has been deduced by the teachers in attendance in a vi...
To ensure that the children do not lose touch with academics in the period of the lockdown and that they may not feel disoriented with regard to the syllabus when they return back to schools, CBSE ...
CBSE has advised the states and the union territories to attend to the matters related to the school fees and teachers’ salaries and recommend prudent measures. The decision has to be taken "...
COVID-19 has prompted an unprecedented decision from the CBSE in the form of cancellation of exams for classes 10 and 12 for overseas students. Class 12 exams were originally scheduled on March 31 onwards, now they are being dropped.
The decision of the board was conveyed via a circular to the representative schools and ...
The circular followed a meeting between the state education minister and Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on 29th April.
A suggestion to promote class 10 and 12 students without exams on the basis of internal marks was given by Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. Earlier this step was taken for students of classes...