mathematics

CBSE Class 10 Board Exams 2021: Mathematics paper pattern, tips - all you need to know

CBSE Class 10 Board Exams 2021: Mathematics paper pattern, tips - all you need to know

Indore: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced some major changes in the CBSE Class 10th Exam Pattern for Mathematics...Read More

National Mathematics Day 2020: Remembering S. Ramanujan and his contributions to maths

National Mathematics Day 2020: Remembering S. Ramanujan and his contributions to maths

On 22 December 2012, the former Prime Minister of India, Dr Manmohan Singh, paid tribute to Srinivasa Ramanujan on the occasion of his 12...Read More

JEE Advanced 2020: Cut-off, important topics and all you need to know about the test

JEE Advanced 2020: Cut-off, important topics and all you need to know about the test

Those who have excelled in JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) Main 2020 must now gear up and be prepared to attempt JEE Advanced 2020.Eligible can...Read More

Madhya Pradesh: No non-academic work for teachers of English, Mathematics and Science

Madhya Pradesh: No non-academic work for teachers of English, Mathematics and Science

Indore: To improve the results of government school students, the Department of School Education Government of Madhya Pradesh announced ...Read More

West Bengal Madhyamik examination:  56.7% of candidates are girls, highest in recent years

West Bengal Madhyamik examination: 56.7% of candidates are girls, highest in recent years

The Madhyamik examinations, which will begin on Tuesday and continue till February 27, will be held in 2,839 centres, West Bengal Board o...Read More

Exam Tips: Work on fundamentals, says mathematics expert Shravan Singh

Exam Tips: Work on fundamentals, says mathematics expert Shravan Singh

CBSE class XII board exam 2019-20: Mathematics

More you practice better you get, says mathematics expert Simarpreet Singh

More you practice better you get, says mathematics expert Simarpreet Singh

In the process, you will come across doubts and difficulties, which you can solve by taking help of teachers.

Indore: Now, students can opt for ‘easy maths’

Indore: Now, students can opt for ‘easy maths’

Students attempting Central Board of Secondary Education Class X board examinations in the coming session will have a choice of test pape...Read More

Indore: It was not too difficult, say students

Indore: It was not too difficult, say students

Central Board of Secondary Education conducted class XII board mathematics examination on Monday. While students tried hard to overcome m...Read More

National Math day: Beat the phobia & turn the tables

National Math day: Beat the phobia & turn the tables

It is high time, we realise that our mode of education spells fear and through fear, students will rote only but not be educated. To LEAR...Read More

Mumbai: No homework and lighter bags for students of primary classes

Mumbai: No homework and lighter bags for students of primary classes

Mumbai: To make students’ lives easier, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has released a circular issuing new directives. The mo...Read More

3 Indian teens among 15 finalists in global science challenge

3 Indian teens among 15 finalists in global science challenge

Washington: Three Indian students have made it to the finals of the prestigious annual Breakthrough Junior Challenge, a global science co...Read More

Sponge: Leadership Lessons I Learnt from Clients by Ambi Parameswaran- Review

Sponge: Leadership Lessons I Learnt from Clients by Ambi Parameswaran- Review

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Indian-origin academic Akshay Venkatesh wins maths ‘Nobel’ Fields Medal

Indian-origin academic Akshay Venkatesh wins maths ‘Nobel’ Fields Medal

New York: Indian-origin academic Akshay Venkatesh has been awarded the Fields Medal, which is often called the Nobel Prize of mathematics...Read More

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Question papers leaked out in Patna – a day before exams

Patna : CBSE question papers of Mathematics were leaked out at Patna, a day before the examinations of both 10th and 12 standards on Marc...Read More

Prosecution failed miserably to convict Raja

Prosecution failed miserably to convict Raja

ASSESSING evidence is a subjective matter because law is not like mathematics with precise answers for specific questions.

Hyderabad: Class X student attempts suicide after repeated harassment by teacher

Hyderabad: Class X student attempts suicide after repeated harassment by teacher

Hyderabad: A Class X student of a government school in Hyderabad attempted suicide by jumping off the second floor of the school building...Read More

Mumbai: Now, English language option for BMC schools

Mumbai: Now, English language option for BMC schools

Mumbai: Students would now be able to study subjects like Mathematics and Science in the English language rather than regional languages....Read More

Mumbai: CBSE students to learn Ayurveda and Indian architecture from next academic year

Mumbai: CBSE students to learn Ayurveda and Indian architecture from next academic year

To know more about the Indian vulture, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will introduce few new subjects for learning, like...Read More

Srinivasa Ramanujan: All you need to know about ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’

Srinivasa Ramanujan: All you need to know about ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’

Srinivasa Ramanujan, an Indian mathematician, has numerous contributions to mathematics in terms of analysis, theory and continued fracti...Read More

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