CBSE pre-exam counselling to begin February 2

 The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) Friday said it will provide pre-examination psychological counselling to students and parents from Feb 2.

Sharad Yadav writes to PM on alleged irregularities in SSC exams

 Janata Dal (United) president Sharad Yadav has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention in getting justice for candidates demonstrating over alleged corruption in Staff Selection Commission in conducting exams.

Railway recruitment exam to go on-line

 Railway recruitment exams will henceforth will be online.

Pre University students write Konkani exam for the first time

 As many as 65 Pre University students from three different colleges who opted Konkani as an optional subject appeared for the first semester examination here.

Translation row: UPSC puts up reference details online

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has put details of the methodology used in translation of questions from English to Hindi language on its website to help the candidates of various competitive examinations conducted by it.

Over 140 fake examinees arrested in Bihar

More than 140 people have been arrested in Bihar for impersonation in a statewide written examination for the recruitment of police constables, officials said on Monday.

Bombay HC pulls up Maha for load shedding at HSC, SSC Exam centres

 The Bombay High Court has pulled up Maharashtra government for its apathy towards students due to load-shedding at Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination centres in schools across the state.

Railway recruitment board paper leaked in Lucknow, two held

A railway recruitment board examination to be held in Lucknow on Sunday was scrapped as the question papers were leaked just 90 minutes before the exam.

Class X student ends life due to board exam copying-racket

A 17-year-old student committed suicide by setting himself ablaze allegedly after a board examination centre in charge demanded money from him to let him sit for the test.

Asian kids top international education test, US students lag

US scores on the PISA haven`t changed much since testing started in 2000, even as students in countries like Ireland and Poland have shown improvement and surpassed US students.

Depressed over poor marks, 17-yr-old boy hangs self

Depressed over poor marks in exams, a Class 12th student allegedly committed suicide in the Barra area.

Class XI student comes to school drunk; suspended for 20 days

In a shocking incident, a class XI student of a government school in the district was allegedly found drunk while writing his quarterly examination following which he had been suspended for 20 days, officials said on Friday.

Teachers caught cheating in examination

Twenty-two teachers of primary schools appearing for the certified training (teaching) examination were caught cheating in Kendrapara district.

HC upholds RTE provision which bans holding child back upon flunking exam

Observing that child suffers intense psychological trauma if he or she is expelled or continued in same class upon failing in final exams, Bombay HC dismissed PIL challenging Right to Education Act.

Examinees agitate for lack of question paper

Out of 632 candidates, 211 reportedly did not get question papers and the examination had to be stopped.

Teacher who caught student cheating killed

Angered over their friend being caught while cheating in examination, two youth ran their car over a teacher in Haryana`s Sonepat district.

Kerala HC orders status quo on appointments

The Kerala HC ordered status quo to be maintained till January 9 to Assistant Grade II appointments made in Kerala University in 2007.

MNS exam plan makes civic candidates jittery

Cynicism marks Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray`s decision to make all aspirants for the upcoming Mumbai civic elections sit for an examination on Sunday.

Examination of witnesses begins in Kashmir recruitment case

The examination of witnesses in the
sensational Kashmir Recruitment case of October 2008 began in
the NIA court here on Tuesday.

Another strike in DU; VC says academic loss matter of concern

The Vice Chancellor voiced concern over the loss of academic days
while appealing to staff members to return to classes and shun
the "confrontationist" approach.