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CBSE class 11 Home Science syllabus, model question papers, MCQ online tests and Very important questions as per CBSE syllabus. Exam ready Notes, Chapter-wise test papers and school exam question papers with solutions. Topics included are Concept of Home Science and its Scope, Human Development: Life Span Approach (Part I), Food, Nutrition, Health and Fitness, Family and Community and Resources...

Now enjoy myCBSEguide app in 10 Countries

We are excited to announce the release of your most favorite education app myCBSEguide in ten countries. Now you can download and use myCBSEguide app in India, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, United States, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bahrain. myCBSEguide android app was launched in late 2015 and ...

No Revaluation in CBSE class 12 from 2017

CBSE introduced the concept of re-evaluation in the year 2014 for class 12 board exams. In mid-2016 CBSE announced some modifications in examination bye-laws. As per the new exam rules, there will be no re-evaluation in CBSE class 12 from 2017. Thus the revaluation process is discontinued in 3 years ...

Free CBSE Sample Papers – CBSE Papers for Class VIII, IX, X, XI, XII

Download free CBSE first term sample papers and model question papers for class IX and X. CBSE SA-I exam will be conducted in second week of September 2016. Sample question papers for class XI and XII (annual examination, March 2017) are also available for free download in PDF format. These ...

How to Score 90+ in Board Exams

Scoring 90% or above is easy. Anyone of us can do it with a little bit extra efforts. Don’t study, study and study; it is not enough. What you need to do is, study smartly with proper planning. Simply switch from hardworking to smart-working. Here is how you can ...

CBSE Rules and Exemptions for Disabled Students

Board is extending several exemptions/ concessions to Spastic, Visually impaired, physically handicapped, Dyslexic, Autistic and candidates with disabilities as defined in the Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995 which have been circulated to the schools and also hosted on the website of the Board, from time to time. All such instructions ...



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