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India is known for its tough but quality education. The recently introduced changes in the CBSE pattern are likely to drastically lower the standard of education in India. Is it not a retrograde step?

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Asked by Niharika Joshi, 15 Jun '12 03:31 pm
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Yes.ministers are making changes to suit their standards.....!
Answered by Dil Se, 15 Jun '12 05:40 pm

 
  
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No don tink so!
Answered by Pawansharma, 15 Jun '12 04:01 pm

 
  
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Politicians want to poke their nose in each n ever field.As they r the law makers,we can only raise our voices.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 15 Jun '12 03:35 pm

 
  
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India still has one of the best educational systems in the world. It is just the pattern that is altered a little, but definitely not rejected or comprehensively changed. The way of educating remains, since the board does not believe in degrading the quality of education. The pattern and the question paper format will be decided by the Board. This is the ideal way to reduce burden on students.
This measure/step was taken by taking into considerations loads of factors and worldwide consultations. The motive is to make education simple by carving a stress-free study environment.
CBSE (The Central Board of Secondary Education) is a central educational board operated by the Indian Union Government for both public and private schools. There is also a unique study zone offered by a2e, where you can find the solutions for all your academic needs from 6th to 12th STD students for CBSE & Maharashtra State Board (SSC & HSC).
For more details on CBSE related queries you can refer http://a2e ...more
Source: http://a2e.co.in/
Answered by Bhavana Singh, 15 Jun '12 03:33 pm

 
  
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