CBSE Board Exam 2021 update: Confusion continues over the CBSE Board Exam 2021 release date. As per the media reports, Central Board of Secondary Education [CBSE] board exam dates 2021 for class 12 practicals have been announced. However, CBSE has refuted the reports.
The report also predicts that an additional six to seven million children will suffer from wasting or acute malnutrition in 2020.
In the wake COVID- 19 pandemic, West Bengal government has decided not to conduct the mandatory selection test which the Madhyamik (Secondary), Uccha Madhyamik (Higher Secondary) aspirants have to take before appearing for the board examination.
While out of 1.11 lakh teachers about 160 teachers tested positive, the attendance of students to schools was hovering about 40 per cent as parents are still apprehensive of the killer virus despite tight measures being taken by the government.
Professor Ahmed Kamal, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Jamia Hamdard has been named among top 2% scientists in the world, revealed a subject-wise analysis conducted by a team of scientists at Stanford University, led by Dr John PA Ioannidis.
While the family reported the matter the next day, primary probe suggests that less marks in the NEET triggered the suicide.
When reporters asked if the step was taken with an eye on the state elections, which is likely early next year, the minister said, “How can this be an election issue when we are only closing the government-run madrassas and not the private ones.”
Magadh University Assistant Professor Recruitment 2020 update: Students of Magadh University on Wednesday claimed that several posts of Assistant Professor are still vacant.
While the Education Department has issued a separate Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), which should be followed by all the authorities of schools and hostels besides students, only those students who test negative for COVID-19 in rapid antigen tests will be allowed in hostels.
“Universities which are not established under either Central or State or UGC Act and hence, these institutions are fake universities/vishwavpidyalayas and do not have any right to confer/grant degrees.”