Nagaland Board HSLC, HSSLC Result 2020 Announced

  Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) announced result for HSLC (class 10) and HSSLC (class 12) exams on May 31. The Class 12 board exams in Nagaland concluded in March and class 10 board exams concluded in February. The board released the result online. The Nagaland Board exam results were delayed this year due to the coronavirus crisis. After releasing the result, Nagaland Board will issue result documents to students in June, also while observing the health protocols. The board is expected to announce the result by late afternoon.…

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Students of Presidency University Distribute Food Items Among Transgenders

The students of the Presidency University have distributed food items among transgender people hit by the lockdown, the institute’s students’ council president said on Sunday. Twenty-five transgender people from Garia Nabagram area in the city have been given rice, pulses and potatoes among other essential items, Presidency University Students’ Council President Mimosa Ghorai told reporters. “We distributed 33 kg of rice, 6.5 kg of pulses, 12 kg of potatoes, 25 soybean packets besides onions, oil and soap among them on Friday and Sunday,” she said. Students and staff, faculty, alumni…

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CCMT 2020 registration starts: MTech admission in IITs and NITs

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, or MNIT, Jaipur has started registration and choice filling for Centralised Counselling for MTech, MArch, MPlan, or CCMT 2020. It has also introduced a new feature of online document verification for CCMT this year. After the allotment of seats, candidates can upload the required documents online. Previously, the institute had postponed the registration and choice filling of Centralized Counselling for MSc and MSc (Tech) 2020, or CCMN 2020, until further notice due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Admission through CCMT 2020 CCMT is a common platform…

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Risk Management To HR Dynamics: Lessons From COVID-19 To Take Centre Stage At B-Schools

The lessons learnt from COVID-19 pandemic and long term consequences of the disruption caused by the lockdown, are set to take centre stage at premiere business schools in the country with many of them already gearing up to introduce them in the curriculum. Effects on economy, changing dynamic of Human Resources management due to work from home, price controls, sustainability, localism, business strategies for natural disasters and epidemics, risk management, decision making under uncertainty, are among the topics that are being discussed for inclusion in academic learning and discussions. Indian…

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Mothers In Villages Use Household Items To Homeschool Kids

While parents in cities are tutoring their children at home using digital tools and technology amid the ongoing COVID-19-induced lockdown which has led to closure of schools, those in villages are utilising simple household items like fruits, buttons and pulses to homeschool kids. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced a nationwide lockdown from March 25 to April 14 and urged the country of around 1.3 billion people to stay home in view of the coronavirus outbreak. The restrictions were first extended till May 3 and again extended till May 17.…

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UP Primary Teacher Recruitment Process To Be Finalized In A Week

  After the Allahabad High Court ruling in favor of the Uttar Pradesh government, the UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed that teacher recruitment process should be completed within a week. Uttar Pradesh had announced over 69,000 teacher vacancies in 2018. The recruitment of 69,000 primary teachers in UP had been delayed due to a petition filed by candidates in Allahabad High Court against setting up of a high cut off marks. The recruitment was announced in December 2018 and over 4 lakh candidates had applied for the recruitment. After UP basic…

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Decision On Pending Papers Within 1-2 Days, Says Education Minister

The decision on pending CBSE board exams will be taken within a couple of days, said Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ today in a live webinar. He said the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the exam for 29 main subjects only. All remaining examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 students – a total of 29 subjects “crucial for promotion and admissions to undergraduate courses” – will be conducted at the “first possibility” after the coronavirus lockdown is lifted, the CBSE had said in the last week of…

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Teaching In Kashmir Goes Online, But Low Speed Internet An Issue

In Kashmir, school education has been affected severely over the last few months. Srinagar:  Students in Kashmir are keeping up with their academics by taking to the online mode of education amid the coronavirus-induced lockdown, even as the clamour for the restoration of high-speed internet services has grown in view of the difficulties faced by them to access the study material. However, to salvage the academic session, schools in the valley took to various means, including online classes, to impart education to the students. Teachers from both the government as well…

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JEE Main 2020 Preparation Tips By Expert

With uncertainty looming around JEE Main exam dates, students are anxious about their performance in the exam when finally the date is announced. During this time experts, teachers and educators have consistently emphasized that students should not take stress and prepare for the examinations. National Testing Agency (NTA) which holds JEE Main examination has also advised parents to help their children learn and revise core concepts and close any learning gaps in their preparation. MHRD Minister too, at various times, has implied that whatever the decision be regarding the entrance exams, it will…

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