Thursday, 20 April 2017

India STEM Foundation, National Council of Science Museums, and Union Ministry of Culture will jointly organise ‘World Robotics Olympiad (WRO) 2017’. The key objectives of this Olympiad are to build scientific temperament and skills among students. The theme for WRO 2017 is ‘Robots for Sustainability’ also known as ‘Sustainabots’. Participation is voluntary and is entirely at the discretion of school and students. Students may be encouraged to participate in the event to learn and showcase their skills.
Sustainabots are designed to take care of planet, people and themselves. A Sustainabot is developed to change our world without affecting it, integrating the 3 pillars of sustainability: environmental, social and economical.
The creation of sustainable robots can help us to have sustainable regions all around the world. They can help reach the sustainable development goals. Though not all prizes have been disclosed, the website flashes a banner claiming ‘Rs 5 lakh cash prize’.

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Resonance announces Study Material Course for Class V Students

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Study Material Package for Foundation & Olympiad

This course lays basic foundation at an early stage for different Olympiads and at the same time strengthen the conceptual understanding of the subjects.

It includes study material for Physics,Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Social Science , English and Mental Ability.   

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Magnificent Performance of Resonites in INO – 2017 with 17 Students qualifying for the OCSC Camp.

Seventeen students of Resonance qualified for the third stage Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC) of International Olympiad. Out of the 17 selected students, 16 students are of Regular Classroom Program and one is of Distance Learning Program.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

NTSE 2016-17 Rajasthan first stage result declared

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NTSE Rajasthan first stage result declared.
  263 students selected (Gen - 195 SC- 40, ST - 21 & PH - 7),
Cutoff General - 137, SC - 113 , ST - 125 & PH - 77

Friday, 10 February 2017

Restoring of Class 10 Board Examination

Resonance Experts believes on account of students not taking studies seriously and lack of Board Examination was poorly reflecting the quality of Education.
Finally a long awaited decision regarding Restoring the Class 10 Board Examination with effect from the Academic Year 2017-18, Official notification has been released by CBSE  on 31 Jan’2017, on its official website.
CBSE has favoured restoration of Compulsory Board Examination from the Academic Year 2017-18 with  weightage 80% for Board Examination and 20% based on Internal Assessment (School-Based Assessment). Students have to secure minimum 33% marks in each subject to pass the examination (33% in written exams as well as 33% in Internal Assessment).
1. Board Examinations:Board will conduct written examinations of 80 Marks in each Subject covering 100% syllabus of class 10 only. Marks & Grades will be given for Individual Subjects.
2. Internal Assessment:
I. Periodic Test (10 Marks) : Academically 3 Test will be conducted by the school and Average of Best 2 will be submitted at the time of final marks submission.
II. Notebook Submission (5 Marks) : Notebook submission is a part of Internal Assessment is aimed at enhancing seriousness among students to prepare classroom notes of the topics being taught in the class. This also addresses the critical aspect of Regularity, Assignment Completion, Neatness & upkeep.
III. Subject Enrichment (5 marks) : These are Subject specific activities aimed at enrichment of the understanding & skill development. The activities are to be recorded internally by the respective subject  teachers.