Importance of a Cybersecurity Analyst

Cybersecurity is becoming more important every day. The technology we use changes and evolves rapidly. Along with that evolution comes increased threats to the technology and the data it contains. Hackers make it their job to become more knowledgeable and sophisticated with each advancement in technology. CyberSecurity helps a business secure their data and information while keeping potential threats in check. This type of security maintains the securing of all customer and employee data. Importance of CyberSecurity Analyst CyberSecurity Analysts are also referred to as information security analysts. This is…

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Private Schools In Noida Struggle For Attendance As Parents Still Wary Of COVID-19

Private schools in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddh Nagar are struggling to get students of Classes 9 to 12 back in classrooms as parents continue to feel unsafe to send their wards for physical classes due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Private schools recorded a mere 14 per cent attendance of students on Tuesday, while government and aided schools clocked 39 per cent in Noida and Greater Noida, according to government officials. After a seven-month hiatus due to the pandemic, the state government had allowed reopening schools for Classes 9 to 12 from October…

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RBSE Class 10 Registration Starts At Rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in; Apply Till November 30

The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) has opened the application window for the online registration of students of Class 10 for the 2021 board exams. The students enrolled in regular and open schools can register for the Class 10 board exams online at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in. The students of Class 10 can register online till November 30 and pay the requisite fees for the 2021 board exams till December 3. The details of the application process including application fees and selection of subjects are available on the website. The application fee…

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Best Practices for Operating Your Business During the Pandemic

Figuring out how to safely operate your business during the novel coronavirus pandemic is a critical thinking problem unlike any you’ve faced before. You can’t afford to remain closed indefinitely, but you also don’t want an employee to get sick because he or she was exposed to the virus at work. As you work with your investors to determine what protocols you need to maintain, keep these tips in mind. Automate Your Processes Whenever you can replace face-to-face contact with automation, do so. In a restaurant, install ordering kiosks or…

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Government Issues Draft Rules For Rashtriya Raksha University Act

  The Centre has issued draft rules for the Rashtriya Raksha University Act 2020, which was enacted in Parliament’s monsoon session to set up a multi-disciplinary university for imparting education on policing, research and collaboration of various wings of policing, criminal justice system and correctional administration. According to an order of the Ministry of Home Affairs, suggestions and opinions are sought from the general public on the draft rules, which will be finalised after a month. The Rashtriya Raksha University in Gujarat will replace the Raksha Shakti University. While the…

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Cannot Use Students’ Fund For Payment Of Salary, DU Principals’ Association Demands Grants From Chief Minister

  The Delhi Government on Friday, October 16, directed 12 fully-funded colleges affiliated to Delhi University to pay the outstanding salaries to teachers and staff members of the colleges from the Students’ Society Fund. However, the Delhi University Principals’ Association (DUPA) has said that the colleges cannot use the students’ fund for paying the salaries of the teaching and the non-teaching staff. The association wants the Chief Minister of Delhi to intervene and ensure that the money collected as part of the students’ fund is not utilised for purposes other than the…

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Odisha Boy Soyeb Aftab And Akanksha Singh From Delhi Score Full Marks

  The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test result (NEET 2020 result) has been declared. Soyeb Aftab of Odisha and Akanksha Singh of Delhi have obtained 720 marks in NEET 2020 exam. The NEET topper, Soyeb Aftab stood first in NEET 2020 because of the NEET tie-breaker policy. The test of NEET was held for a total of 720 marks with 180 multiple choice questions. The full list of NEET-qualifying candidates has been released on the official website. Tummala Snikitha, Vineet Sharma and Amrisha Khaitan have scored 715 marks in NEET…

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NEST 2020 Result Declared At Nestexam.in; Check Details Here

  The result of the eligibility test of NEST has been declared. Candidates who took the test on September 29 can access their NEST results 2020 at the official website — nestexam.in. National Entrance Screening Test, commonly known as NEST, is conducted for admission to National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar and University of Mumbai – Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai. The screening test of NEST was conducted at around 90 exam cities across the country. The exam conducting body had…

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Parents Not Willing To Send Kids Back To School In Assam Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

  Many parents in Assam are determined not to send their wards back to schools amid COVID-19 crisis even if the institutions reopen from next month, a cross-section of guardians said. Though no order has been issued, the state government is likely to consider reopening of schools for students of Class 6 onwards from November 1, a senior official of the education department said. Some of the parents along with teachers suggested that schools should remain shut for the entire year and the government should declare 2020 as “COVID-19 Year”.…

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DU Likely To Announce First Cut-Off On Saturday; Applicants Asked Not To Visit Colleges

  The Delhi University (DU) is likely to release its first cut-off list on Saturday for admission to nearly 70,000 seats up for grabs. University officials warned students against visiting colleges for the admission process, saying no one will be allowed entry. The admission process this year will be entirely online due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Students will be able to apply for admission on October 12 from 10 am onwards but the entire process will be online. They should not visit colleges or departments since they won’t be allowed…

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