BSEAP SSC 10th Results 2015: Andhra Pradesh (AP) 10th X Class Matric board exam results 2015 is likely to be announced on May 20

Students who have appeared for the exams can access their results from the official website of the board. The official website is – The candidates have to enter their roll number to check the results. The results can be checked by taking following steps: – Go to the official website – Click on tab provided for checking results – Click ... Read More » & 10th board Results 2015: MP Board Bhopal 10th Class exam results 2015 announced

Bhopal: The MPBSE HSC Class X Results 2015 were declared by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE-Bhopal) today, i.e. on May 14. The MP 10th Results 2015 were announced at 2 PM on the official website of the board. As the results have been announced, the wait is over for lakhs of students who took the MP 10th class exams this ... Read More »

Super 30 founder asks PM to begin ‘smart schools’ like smart cities

On Teacher’s Day, Anand Kumar, the founder-director of Bihar’s Super 30 urged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to begin building smart schools, on the lines of smart cities, to give wings to the Indian growth story. Super 30 is a free coaching centre for underprivileged students. “It is high time. India should start thinking of smart schools on the lines ... Read More »

Lydia Sebastian, the 12-year-old who is smarter than Einstein

Lydia Sebastian, a 12-year-old Indian-origin girl in the UK has achieved the highest possible score of 162 on a Mensa IQ test, surpassing even noted physicists Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Hailing from Essex, she has joined the 1 percent of all entrants to attain the highest mark in the Cattell III B paper supervised by Mensa, the society for ... Read More »

Daily labourer’s daughter from Odisha cracks IES exam

A daily wage labourer’s daughter from a remote village of Kendrapara in Odisha has cracked the coveted Indian Economic Service (IES) exam, this year. The 24-year-old Aparajita Priyadarshini Behera of Mahanangala village has come out successful in UPSC’s IES examination ranking 13 in the all India list. Aparajita hails from an extremely humble background. Her father Amulya Kumar Behera, a ... Read More »

Railway man teaches for free!

A 50-year-old railway employee in Mumbai has been working as a teacher for scores of needy students and children of his colleagues for the past three decades, helping them crack several competitive exams while selflessly pursuing his passion of imparting free education to all. Anil Mahendru, who is currently working as a chemical and metallurgical superintendent at Railways’ Matunga workshop, ... Read More »

Call me Mukherjee Sir, says President Pranab to students on Teacher’s Day

President Pranab Mukherjee interacted with school children today and said he would be happy if the students called him “Mukherjee Sir”. The president spoke to the students of a school located within the President’s Estate in the national capital for about half an hour on the eve of Teachers’ Day and then asked if they were bored with his lecture. ... Read More »

Karnataka Board invites applications for SSLC exam

The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has invited applications for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination 2016. The board has invited applications from students who are studying for the SSLC exam in government schools, aided schools, as well as the unaided schools. The examination is scheduled to be conducted in April 2016. Regular students, along with those who ... Read More »

Indian students educated but not employment ready: Survey

On the occasion of Teachers’ Day, Pearson India conducted the “Voice of Teacher Survey 2015”. The group of teachers  jointly expressed their opinion on the employ-ability quotient of the Indian students and gave critical recommendations for the formulation of New Education Policy to permit Education for Employment. While announcing the survey, Mr. Deepak Mehrotra, Managing Director, Pearson India, said, “Being ... Read More »

Parents should not impose their choices on children: Modi

On the eve of Teachers’ Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi engaged in a candid interaction with students across the country during which he gave tips on how to ignite their minds, improve oratory and advised parents not to impose choices on children. The Prime Minister also underscored the need for having good people in politics to take the country to ... Read More »