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Rajasthan govt announces welfare schemes for poor

The Rajasthan government, which is facing a financial crunch due to the COVID-19 induced slowdown, has announced a slew of welfare schemes to benefit the poor. The government has issued orders to give financial assistance of Rs 1,000 each as the second installment of compensation to 33 lakh helpless and needy families facing livelihood crisis...

AMC school in Ahmedabad calls students for classes

The school board has begun an investigation into allegations that an AMC school asked its students to attend class. Gujarat government has not allowed schools to reopen due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the state.   Reports said municipal school number 7 and 8 in Gulbai Tekra area called its students for a...

Universities can take final call on conducting examinations: Gujarat High Court

The Gujarat High Court has left it on the state-based varsities to take the final call regarding conduct of examinations in the physical form amid the coronavirus pandemic. The court, however, clarified that it will be the “bounden duty and obligation” of the varsities to ensure that students are not put to risk of any...

CBSE declares class 12 results

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday declared the results of students who appeared in the class 12 board exams. The board informed that students can check their result from the board’s official result portal—cbseresults.nic.in. CBSE has followed its revised assessment scheme to prepare CBSE results this year. The board had to revise...

Gujarat University defers exams scheduled from July 2 & 13

The Gujarat University has decided to defer the exams that were scheduled to be held from July 2 and 13. The decision was taken at a meeting of top officials recently. The varsity had earlier announced that the college exams will be of two hours instead of three hours. In all, exams for 61 courses...
Gujarat govt’s cruel joke on school students, 550 gm cereals for 11 days

Gujarat govt’s cruel joke on school students, 550 gm cereals for 11 days

Hitesh Chavda, Gandhinagar: In what seems to be a cruel joke on students studying in Gujarat government schools, the state authorities have distributed them cereals weighing between 550 gram to 825 gram to take care of their hunger for 11 days, which includes two holidays, as schools are closed for mid-day meals amid the coronavirus...

Gujarat boy who lost his hands and legs in accident to write board exam with his elbows

A class 12 student, who unfortunately lost his hands and legs in an accident at the age of 13, is appearing in the higher secondary examination under the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board after learning how to write using his elbows. The Vadodara boy—Shivam Solanki–had scored 81 per cent in class 10. With...

‘Modi’s rivalry with JNU revealed’ leader blamed on violence

Delhi: Several students were injured in a violent clash between the student leader of the All India Student Council (ABVP) and Left students on Sunday evening at the JNU campus. JNU hostel president Ayashi Ghosh is seriously injured. The top leaders of some parties including Aam Aadmi Party, Congress, Shiv Sena, Swaraj India have expressed...