CBSE to conduct board exams for main subjects; no change in the circular

NEW DELHI: The HRD Ministry is prepared to conduct the pending board examinations for classes 10 and 12 for 29 crucial subjects at the first possibility, officials said. The ministry has also directed states to start the evaluation process for the exams already conducted and facilitate the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in evaluation of answer sheets. “We are prepared to conduct board exams for class 10 and 12 pending due to lockdown in wake of the COVID-19 situation in the country. The exams will be conducted for 29…

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clat 2020 sample paper: CLAT 2020: Sample questions with answers for Current Affairs, GK and Legal Reasoning

Consortium of National Law Universities conducts the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) every year for admissions to UG and PG Law programmes offered by 22 National Law Universities across the country. The CLAT syllabus is divided into four units as follows —English Language, Current Affairs and General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques. CLAT exam is near by and preparing with sample questions is essential to crack the exam. To help you out with CLAT exam preparation, here are some questions and answers that come under Current Affairs…

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Sample questions with answers for Current Affairs, GK and Legal Reasoning

Consortium of National Law Universities conducts the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) every year for admissions to UG and PG Law programmes offered by 22 National Law Universities across the country. The CLAT syllabus is divided into four units as follows —English Language, Current Affairs and General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques. CLAT exam is near by and preparing with sample questions is essential to crack the exam. To help you out with CLAT exam preparation, here are some questions and answers that come under Current Affairs…

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Covid-19: Mapusa students stitch masks

PANAJI: NSS students of Dnyanprassarak Mandal’s College and Research Centre, Assagao put their hands together to stich and distribute masks during the Covid-19 lockdown in Goa. After the college was closed its gates due to the lockdown, the institute’s NSS unit convenor and programme officers informed its 560 students to contribute for a noble cause of preparing the masks. Around 200 students, who had the facility of stitching the mask commenced the work of making them. Now, around 900 masks have been distributed among shopkeepers, migrants and essential service workers…

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Live classes for IAS aspirants

HYDERABAD: Amid Lockdown, Baliyans.com- an initiative of Insight IAS Academy, launched new courses and live classes for IAS aspirants. The platform seeks to provide 360-degree guidance through its various initiatives. The ed-tech firm said that one of its best initiatives is live classes, which sets them apart from other competitors in this field. “Lockdown has impacted every aspect of life including the preparation for entrance exams. Most Civil Service aspirants are stuck in their homes and offline IAS institutes have been shut completely, so its high time that educational institutes…

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BECIL Recruitment 2020: BECIL invites applications for Digital Forensic Expert, Software Developer & various other vacancies

NEW DELHI: Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) has invited applications for the recruitment of Cyber Crime Threat Intelligence Analyst, Digital Forensic Expert, Software Developer, and various other vacancies on its official website. The interested candidates can visit the official website of BECIL — becil.com — to check and download the recruitment notification. The last date to apply for BECIL recruitment is May 6, 2020. The selected candidates will be recruited purely on a contract basis for deployment in Government offices New Delhi or Hyderabad through an authorized agency of…

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Covid-19: Centre enhances MDM allocation by Rs 800 crore, relaxes Samagra Shiksha norms for states to utilise funds

NEW DELHI: The Centre has increased the annual allocation for mid-day meal scheme by Rs 800 crore. This was announced by Union HRD minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal, during a meeting with the State education ministers. “In the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, the annual central allocation of cooking cost (for procurement of pulses, vegetables, oil, spices and fuel) under the MDM scheme has been enhanced to Rs 8,100 crore from Rs 7,300 crore (an increment of 10.99%), the minister said. The Union HRD minister appealed to all the states to start…

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HRD Minister asks states to start evaluation of board exam papers & facilitate CBSE

NEW DELHI: Mid-day meals will be provided to students even during the summer vacation in schools in view of the lockdown imposed to fight COVID-19, Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said on Tuesday. The minister also directed the states to start evaluating the answer sheets of the board exams of Classes 10 and 12, and facilitate the CBSE. The HRD minister made the comments at a meeting held through video-conferencing with state education ministers. “During lockdown, ration is being provided under mid-day meal scheme for the children to get…

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Evolving Corporate Ready Professionals – Times of India

Aditya Institute of Management Studies and Research (AIMSR) has become known as a Business School that challenges conventional learning processes in management education in India. The Institute has been ranked among the top 10 B-schools in Mumbai and 45th among the top Private Institutes in India according to the Times B-School survey 2020. The Institute is continuously working toward global recognition for learning and innovation. AIMSR has recently signed an MOU and Cooperation Agreement with Lincoln University, USA to establish student exchange and visiting programs along with information exchange for…

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delhi 10th exam: Not feasible now to conduct board exams of classes 10, 12: Sisodia tells HRD minister

New Delhi: It is not feasible now to conduct board exams of classes 10 and 12 which are pending due to the lockdown imposed to curb the COVID-19 spread, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia suggested Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Tuesday. He made the recommendations during a meeting of state education ministers chaired by the Human Resource Development (HRD) minister. “Not feasible now to conduct pending board exams for class 10, 12. Students should be promoted on the basis of performance in internal exams like it was…

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IBPS Clerk, PO, SO results postponed; here’s official notice

NEW DELHI: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) on Sunday released a notification regarding IBPS PO/MT, Clerks, Specialist Officers result. According to the notice, the declaration of results of IBPS PO, MT, Clerks, and Specialist Officer exam is postponed until further notice due to the unforeseen circumstances, i.e., COVID-19 pandemic. The official notice in this regard reads “Due to the unforeseen circumstances, i.e., COVID-19 pandemic, the declaration of results of Provisional Allotment for CRP- PO/MT- IX, CRP – CLERKS – IX and CRP – SPL – IX stands postponed until…

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DU conducts session for visually challenged students and teachers

NEW DELHI: In a first of its kind initiative, Delhi University organized a webinar on ‘Covid-19 and the Challenges of the Visually Impaired’. Presided over by the Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi, the online conference saw over 150 visually challenged students and faculty members discussing the pandemic and decided to prepare a policy document concerning interventions required for the visually impaired, to be circulated in public domain and for implementation. Delhi University, which has nearly 3,000 students with disabilities, has been reaching out to such students through various initiatives. “Based on the…

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