Indian-Origin US Grad Hacks into ICSE, ISE Database, Exposes Anomalies

It was the anxious request of two of his friends about their board exam results that made Debhargya Das, a young software engineering intern, to peep into the ICSE results before they were publically available. Shockingly, the incident which is described elaborately with graphs and description in his blog, has unveiled a long list of anomalies that has crept into the education system. Jun 6, 2013

Indian Group Drafts Youth Agenda with Fresh Perspective

A group of young Indian professionals from diverse academic backgrounds has drafted a youth agenda, which they claimed is one its kind in the country. The document, Youth Agenda for India, is the result of months of study by members of Young Leaders Think Tank (YLTT), which is a partner organization of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, a German non-governmental and non-profit organisation that works towards promoting social democracy. May 27, 2013

CBSE Class XII Results 2013 Declared; 82% Clears Examination

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the eagerly-awaited Class XII results on Monday. The total pass percentage this year is 82.10 percent, which is two percent more than the previous year's result. A total number of 9,44,721 students appeared for the exams this year, which marked an increase of 15.81 percent. May 27, 2013

CBSE Class 12 Results Out On Monday: Where To Check Scores?

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has officially announced that the results of Class 12 examinations will be out at 10 am on 27 May, putting an end to the weeks of speculation regarding the declaration of the board exam results. May 26, 2013

Trade Union Strike: Bharat Bandh A Menace To Students; Exams Postponed

Bharat bandhs have become a menace to students across the country besides crippling the normal lives of the public and shutting down business establishments, costing the government exchequer millions of rupees. The two-day strike called by the Central Trade Unions will affect thousands of students again. Feb 20, 2013