CBSE Proficiency Test is optional and students appearing in class X exam are eligible to take the test. CBSE conducted the first Optional Proficiency Test in the subject of English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science for Class-X students in the month of July, 2011 as a part of ongoing examination reforms.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is providing scholarship to the meritorious single girl students, who have passed Class X exam with at least 60% marks or 6.2 CGPA and are continuing their further school education of Class XI and XII.
Learning the basic concepts of economy and financial markets at the school level will help you in your future. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in association with National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) conducts the National Financial Literacy Test (NFLT). It will be held for the first time in January 2014.
CBSE conducts Group Mathematical Olympiad based on which successful candidates are sent to the International Mathematical Olympiad. A maximum of 30 students from CBSE group are selected (strictly in order of merit) to participate in Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) conducted by National Board of Higher Mathematics (NBHM). Selection at the National level leads to the participation at the International Mathematical Olympiad.
CCE or Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is an evaluation format for Class IX and X students. The students are given grades instead of marks throughout the year on the basis of tests, quizzes, projects, etc. Under CCE, an academic year is divided into two terms of six months each.
Only those candidates who have applied for verification of marks and photocopy of the evaluated answer sheet are eligible to apply for revaluation or challenge the marks awarded to any question in the following subjects only - English Core, English Elective, Functional English, Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics & Accountancy.
Year-wise number of students registered, appeared and passed in CBSE Class X board examinations.
NTSE is conducted by the NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training). National Talent Search Scheme was started in 1963 with the objective to identify talented students and nurture them.
The exam is for students studying in class X. On the basis of the National Talent Search Examination, 1000 scholarships are awarded. The amount of scholarship is Rs.1,250 per month for class XI and XII and Rs.2,000 per month for under graduates and post graduates.