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Psychological Effects on School Children in the Pursuit of Academic Excellence

School education has witnessed renewed interest amongst parent community in 21st Century. The effort and research invested into designing the curriculum of primary classes reflect that amply. With the redefinition, school education started an undercurrent of psychological change in children. The rea... Read More


Whither the role of academicians in starting a school?

India is witnessing an increasing trend in the number of new schools. Starting a new school in India and providing quality education involves meticulous planning and unconditional commitment of the promoter.... Read More


Manuals Released for the Improvement of CBSE Schools

The board has issued a circular for the principals of the affiliated schools wherein it has directed that the manuals be downloaded and discussions on them be organized before they are adopted for implementation.... Read More


Sports and Health Period Made Mandatory by CBSE Board From 2018-19

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), in a bid to mainstream health and physical education in schools, has intervened elevating sports from a neglected extra-curricular activity level to a curricular standard.  Health and Physical Education (HPE), as the new subject is named is to be made a d... Read More


How to establish a boarding school in India

Promoters looking to start a boarding school have certain choices, The school can either be an exclusive residential school or it can be day school with facility of hostel for students as well. There are residential schools affiliated to every educational board including the CBSE, CISCE, state bo... Read More


Major Changes Expected in CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws

CBSE affiliation bye-laws are set for an overhaul. The proposals containing guidelines for far-reaching changes in the examination policy and affiliation bye-laws have been drafted and sent for consideration to Ministry of Human Resource and Development for approval. The proposal that is being const... Read More


Do co-curricular activities complement learning outcomes?

We have discussed, assessed and compared contemporary curricula being taught in schools across the country in our earlier articles. We have also touched upon several co-curricular and extracurricular... Read More


Deciphering the IB Diploma Program

The international education programs which generate tremendous curiosity among the students and parents are run by the International Baccalaureate Organization and Cambridge International. We have add... Read More


Approach to Designing School Playgrounds

“Children need the freedom and the time to play. Play is not the luxury, it’s a necessity.” : Kay Redfield Jamison The presence of the playground and its role in the school ecosystem has... Read More


Need Help in Choosing Undergraduate Course / Streams Most Suited for You?

School education is evolving in tandem with the diversifying higher education and spawning industries and broadening career options, some conventional and some not very much so. There have been steady and studied developments in the curriculums and pedagogy but then there are also abrupt modificatio... Read More


Interdisciplinary Approach and the Contemporary Education

While we emphasize the importance and primacy of learning outcomes in the entire exercise of the establishment of schools, we try to keep school promoters, students and parents abreast of different approaches... Read More


Why Schools Need a School Management Software?

The network of schools is expanding and indeed it should. The quality of education is directly linked to the efficiency of the school management hence it must not be hard to understand that the students, parents and teachers are also the stakeholders in the process of school management.... Read More


How are schools dealing with parent decided career options?

We have discussed academics in schools, relevance, and effectiveness of different curriculums in preparing students for higher education and have taken up the topics like teacher training and enhancing... Read More


Major changes in CBSE Bye-Laws come into effect

In a major development, a statement by the ministry of human resource and development (MHRD) has been issued stating that the CBSE affiliation process will imminently undergo substantive change. The news was expected as the governing body of the CBSE had submitted its recommendations about reform... Read More


Start an innovative CBSE School?

The term “innovative schools” is doing rounds ever since the new CBSE bye laws are announced. The new CBSE regulation simplifies the process of starting a CBSE school and implementing alternative educational methodologies in India by granting the composite affiliation to innovative schools.... Read More


How Rational are the CBSE Bye-Laws 2018?

The curriculum that is deemed to be suitable for an entire nation with differences in language, social mores and culture like no other in the world is a phenomenal entity and Central Board of Secondary Education has been endowed with such recognition giving it its tremendous credibility.... Read More


Closing the Engineering College? Why not convert into an International school?

The en-masse closure of engineering colleges in every state of India is indicative of many things including plummeting interest of candidates, diversification of career choices after K-12 schooling... Read More


Relevance of Soft Skills in Students

In a progressively diverse and globalized job market, school education, degree/diploma, certifications, skill development, job readiness, and suitable employment have become buzzwords in discourses on education taking place at the global level.... Read More


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