To everyone's relief, the much-awaited ISC 2020 Board Exam Schedule and dates are finally released. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) announced the detailed ISC 12th exam dates 2020 and time table on their official site. According to the authoritative sources, the board has revealed that the examination will commence from February and will end in March 2020. CISCE is one of the established educational boards in India. Every year, CISCE Board conducts two major examinations ICSE (Class 10) and ISC (Class 12) Board examination. Like the previous years, the Board will conduct the examinations in 2020.
As the board exams approach, the time has come for hard work, studying and revising your lessons. In the age of mobile phones and social media, what one lacks is solitude in the true sense of the term. How does one stay focused on his/her studies. Here are ten tips that will help one to do so. First, change your perception of exams! For many of us exams instill fear and nervousness. They are like a burden or a hurdle that one has to cross. In other words exams are the price to achieve worldly success. WRONG! Quite the contrary,
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Digital Distraction vs Productive Creation – How to find a balance between the online and offline worlds?
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