CBSE selects 1,000 girls
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has received a total number of 14, 575 applications for admissions in IIT this year. Out of these...
Under the UDAAN Project
New Delhi: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has received a total number of 14, 575 applications for admissions in IIT this year. Out of these applications 1,000 applications by girls have been selected under the UDAAN project. These girls have also been provided with online study material to prepare for the entrance exams of IIT.
CBSE has launched this project UDAAN to provide free online resources to girl students of Class XI and Class XII for preparation of admission test for the premier engineering colleges in the country.
The project UDAAN has been kick started by CBSE in order to increase the number of girl students getting admissions in IIT. Under this project 1,000 girls would be selected who would be provided with free of cost coaching for their engineering entrance exams.
The study material provided to these girl students is prepared with the help and inputs from the IIT Delhi, CBSE School and the students as well as teachers of BITS Pilani. On the occasion of selection of these students our HRD minister Smriti Irani was present along with the chairman of CBSE Vineet Joshi and principals of many schools.