The online registration process for admission in Class 1 of schools under Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has begun today, (March 1, Friday) at 8 am.
Interested can apply through the official website, kvsonlineadmission.in. The last day to apply is March 19, 2019.
While, the application process for Class 11 will be released immediately after Class 10 result.
KVS will release the list of provisionally selected candidates for Class 1 on March 26 and the second and third list will release on April 9 and April 23, respectively.
The merit list will be published only if seats remain vacant after the release of the first merit list.
In case sufficient applications are not released, the KVS will extend the registration date, notification of which will release on March 30 and will close on April 6. Similarly, the education institute may release the second notification. The schedule is available at kvsangathan.nic.in.
Last year, a total of 6,48,941 aspirants applied for around 1 lakh seats. Since the admission process is online, KVS had released the list on time. The list can be seen on the official website of the individual schools.
Step 1: Visit the official website, kvsangathan.nic.in
Step 3: A pop box might open, click ok
Step 4: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 5: Click on new registration
Step 6: Click on back to instructions, read carefully, Check box and click on proceed
Step 7: Start filling the form and click register
There is a total of 1,137 Kendriya Vidalayas across the country. The students will be shortlisted as per the priority category.
1 March, 2019, 5:54 pm
NLU Odisha has started the online registration for CLAT 2019.
The aspirants who wish to appear for the exam must submit the CLAT Application Form 2019 before March 31, 2019.
The exam is scheduled to be held on May 12, 2019.
|CLAT 2019 Application Form||Important Dates|
|Commencement of CLAT 2019 Registration||13 Jan 2019|
|Last Date of payment through Challan||Last week of Feb 2019|
|Last date for registration/final submission of application||31 Mar 2019|
|Last date of Online Fee Payment||Last week of Mar 2019|
|Last date for printing/downloading application||Second week of May 2019|
CLAT 2019 Application Fee –
Mode of Payment – Online. (Any of the available payment gateways)
CLAT 2019 Online Registration - Click Here
14 January, 2019, 3:22 pm
The Supreme Court on Monday disposed of a contempt plea against the CBSEafter it submitted that it was ready to provide copy of answer sheets at Rs 2 per page to the students under the Right To Information (RTI) Act.
A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph accepted the submissions of senior advocate Maninder Singh, appearing for the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), that the apex court order was being followed.
It disposed of the contempt petition that claimed that exorbitant fees was being charged by the CBSE from students in violation of the court's order for accessing the answer sheets under the RTI.
The CBSE, in its response to the contempt plea, said that it would provide answer sheets at Rs 2 per page to students as per the order of the Supreme Court.
It was alleged that CBSE has been charging as much Rs 1,000 for Class X students and Rs 1,200 for Class XII students who sought copies of their answer sheets and revaluation of the same under the transparency law.
The contempt plea has alleged that the CBSE has willfully and deliberately disobeyed the directions of the apex court, which had in 2016 said that the board should 'scrupulously' follow its 2011 verdict holding that the students have the fundamental and legal right to access their evaluated answer-sheets under the Right to Information Act.
1 November, 2018, 5:49 pm
Taking into consideration the technical glitches experienced in the past years, the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) will be conducted in offline mode from 2019.
The decision was taken at the fourth meeting of the Consortium of National Law Universities (NALSAR) that took place in Hyderabad. “The decision was taken in view of the technical glitches experienced in the past few years. From 2019, students will again have to appear in pen-paper mode,” mentioned the official release.
The consortium emphasised the need to create a question bank and to improve the quality of the paper. “To improve the quality of the question paper of CLAT, the consortium resolved to create a question bank to which experts from all the NLUs and other institutions would be asked to contribute,” read the press release.
At the meeting chaired by NALSAR Vice-Chancellor Prof Faizan Mustafa, the consortium agreed to set up a CLAT secretariat and a permanent website that would function throughout the year from its permanent office in Bengaluru.
The CLAT will be conducted on May 12, 2019 by National Law University, Odisha. The entire schedule of the exam will be released soon.
CLAT was held for the first time in 2008 and was taken by over 40,000 candidates. The test is conducted by India’s 19 National Law Universities by rotation.
22 October, 2018, 1:29 pm
Vedic Maths is a system of reasoning and mathematical working based on ancient Indian teachings called Veda.
It is fast, efficient and easy to learn and use. Vedic mathematics, which simplifies arithmetic and algebraic operations (Given in your NCERT books Solutions), has increasingly found acceptance the world over.
Experts suggest that it could be a handy tool for those who need to solve mathematical problems faster by the day. How fast you can solve a problem is very important (NCERT Exemplar problemsprovide the same practice).
There is a race against time in all the competitions. Only those people having fast calculation ability will be able to win the race.
Time saved can be used to solve more problems or used for difficult problems.
|1||Addition and Subtraction||Click Here|
|2||Digit Sums, Casting out 9s, 9-Check Method||Click Here|
|3||11-Check method||Click Here|
|4||Special Multiplication methods||Click Here|
|5||Squaring and square Roots||Click Here|
8 October, 2018, 10:52 am
CBSE board exams 2019 will begin from the month of February and the entire exam schedule will be released next week, the central board said on Wednesday. The board has decided to conduct exams for Skill Education (Vocational) and related subjects in the second half of February.
The board’s decision comes in the backdrop of Delhi HC order dated July 11, 2018, which had directed the Delhi University and CBSE to ensure from the commencing academic year that the result of CBSE, including results of re-evaluation, “are taken into account whilst determining the cut-off date for admission to colleges of the University of Delhi.”
Following the order, the HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar had also instructed both the varsity and CBSE to comply with the court’s directions.
Apart from the 40 different vocational subjects, the board will conduct the exams for Typography and Computer Applications (English), Web applications, Graphics, Office Communication, etc in February as these subjects have larger practical component, and shorter theory papers.
Due to the advancement of datasheet, the board can release the main and re-evaluation results slightly earlier to facilitate students to get admissions in degree courses in various universities in India, the board said in a media release.
Last year the board conducted the examinations from March to April, and a total of 10.76 lakh students registered for the exam out of which 10.20 lakh had appeared.
27 September, 2018, 6:13 pm