See this page in HINDI >>

Karnataka to introduce CBSE syllabus in the new academic year

Updated on Tue, 20 December 2011 at 19:12 IST

Karnataka government has decided to introduce CBSE syllabus for 11th standard students for the academic year 2012 – 2013 while 12th standard students will have state board syllabus.

The move was taken to groom students at par with the different competitive examination . Interim courses will be conducted for 10th standard students to help them cope up with the class 11th CBSE pattern of learning.

Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri said
Fifth and 8th standard students will get new text books from the coming academic year (2012-13), while the remaining standards would have new books from 2013-14 session.

  • CBSE exams from March 1 to April 17th

    CBSE exams from March 1 to April 17th

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board examination for classes 10 and 12 will begin on March 1. For class 10 students, the examination will end on March 19 2014. And for class 12 students, the examination will end on April 17 2014. Around 22.65 lakh students have registered for the 2014 CBSE board exam as compared to 21.76 lakh students registered in 2013 CBSE board exams. The increase in number of students is attributed to large number schools opting for CBSE boards across India. CBSE announced complete date sheet for Class 10 and 12 board exams
  • CBSE announced date of AIPMT entrance examination

    CBSE announced date of AIPMT entrance examination

    Central Board of Secondary examination (CBSE) has announced the date of All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT). The prelims will be held on 1st April 2012 and the main exam on 13th April 2012. This step was taken by CBSE due to postponement of NEET-UG ( National Eligibility cum entrance test for undergraduates). The AIPMT exam syllabus, exam centers and question pattern of the exam will remain exactly the same as it was in 2011.
  • No NEET till 2014 declared Karnataka Government

    Karnataka chief minister D V Sadananda Gowda has decided not to participate in NEET till 2014. He stated that there is difference in plus two state syllabus and CBSE syllabus on which the NEET examination is based. He stated that the state will adopt national syllabus for the science stream in the new academic year 2012 – 2013. This will help them prepare for the NEET entrance test in the year 2014.
  • Central Board of Secondary examination ( CBSE ) advises schools to form integrity Clubs

    CBSE wants schools to form integrity clubs to impart moral values in students. The board has advised schools to tell students the negative effects of television, internet and cell phones. Integrity clubs will be functioning just like community groups for imparting human values among student by means of workshop, games and different activities in schools. Integrity Club will consist of students from class 6th to 9th standard from the age group of 11 to 16 years. This club will instill values in integrity, love, patriotism, compassion, tolerance, secularism, unity, simplicity and honesty.
  • Central Board of Secondary Education going International

    CBSE is introducing new Curriculum called CBSE – i. This syllabus has got an international approach with more emphasis on practical and analytical learning than memorization. Anjali Chhabra, education officer at the CBSE in New Delhi told that subjects will have global perspective. For example history will have international approach rather than just Indian.