Blog Posts

CBSE-List of Rationalised Content for 2023-24

Keep reading

CBSE Revises Class X, XII Board Exam Pattern

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made changes to the board exam pattern for class X and XII. Based on its new guidelines for the board exams, students will get more multiple-choice questions next year in 2024. The new changes in the boards have been made keeping in mind the recommendations of the…

Keep reading

CBSE 2024 Board Exam Important News

CBSE has introduced changes in the exam pattern for the 2024 board exam and also for classes IX and XI. As part of the changes, the number of competency-based questions has been increased for all classes, while the weightage for short and long answer-type questions has been reduced.FOR classes IX and XI, the competency-based questions…

Keep reading

Latest NCERT Textbooks for 2023-24

Latest textbooks (in PDF format) for 2023-24 which follow the rationalised syllabus are now available from the NCERT website. Here are the links to some subjects: Class XII – Physics – Part 1Class XII – Physics – Part 2 Class XII – Mathematics – Part 1Class XII – Mathematics – Part 2

Keep reading

Digital Systems

What are digital systems? What are their advantages and disadvantages?Digital systems are systems that use discrete values to represent information or data, as opposed to continuous values. These systems are based on binary logic, which means they use two values (0 and 1) to represent information. Examples of digital systems include computers, smartphones, digital cameras,…

Keep reading

Careers in Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineering is a branch of engineering that combines chemistry, physics, mathematics, and biology to design, develop, and optimize processes for the production of chemicals, materials, fuels, food items, and pharmaceuticals. This field has a wide range of applications, from designing a new drug to developing renewable energy sources. In this article, we will discuss…

Keep reading

Dialogue Between Subatomic Citizens

Once upon a time, in a laboratory far, far away, subatomic citizens (or subatomic particles as we know them) were buzzing around in excitement. It was the day they had all been waiting for – the day of THE experiment that would change everything.In the heart of the lab, stood the mighty CERN facility, with…

Keep reading


Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.

%d bloggers like this: