Former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, who is serving a 10-year jail term after being convicted in the teachers’ recruitment scam, has passed his matric examination with second division (53.4%) at the age of 82 years. CB Sharma, chairman of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) which conducted the exams and announced the results, told The Indian Express, “Chautala, who is oldest among the students, cleared matric exam this year from our institute.” Chautala appeared for Class X exam at the centre set up for prisoners at Tihar Jail, where he is lodged, from April 6 to April 24. He appeared for social sciences, science and technology, Hindi, Indian culture and heritage and business studies exams in Hindi. In total, he secured 267 marks out of the total 500.
Earlier, Chautala’s son and leader of opposition in Haryana Assembly, Abhay Singh, had told The Indian Express on May 16 that his father had passed NIOS’s class XII exam with A Grade (first division). But the NIOS had later clarified that Chautala had appeared for class X and not XII exams. Charged with corruption in the recruitment of 3,206 junior basic trained teachers in Haryana in 2000, Chautala, his son Ajay Chautala, and 53 others were convicted by a trial court in 2013. The conviction was upheld by the Supreme Court in 2015.
CBSE 10th result 2017 date and time: CBSE has announced the Class 10th result 2017 on Saturday, June 3. The results are being released region-wise and students can access their results results online. The Board will host the results on the official websites – cbse.nic.in, results.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.
If you access the first two websites mentioned above, both will take you cbseresults.nic.in. To check the results, go to above mentioned website. Keep your roll number handy as it is through this, you have top logon. Besides also mention your school and centre name in the boxes.
Once announced, this is how the result page will look like.
This year, Class 10th result 2017 will also be hosted on Bing search. To view the results there, keep your roll number handy. The website will ask for school and centre number also.
This year a total of 16,67,573 students have given Class 10th exam out of which 7,81,463 students appeared in CBSE’s school-based exam and 8,86,506 students took the board-based exam.
CBSE has already declared the Class 12th results on Sunday, May 28 morning. This year, there was a lot of debate over marks moderation which is why both Class 12th and Class 10th results have got delayed.
In Class 12th, the pass percentage has dipped to 82.02 per cent.
IN A rectified list of results declared on Friday, the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) said that nearly 35,000 more students had cleared the Class X Board examinations. They had earlier been declared ‘failed’ since the JAC had overlooked a crucial provision regarding language subjects.
While the Council admitted that “confusion” led to the anomaly, the state Secondary Education Department has sought a detailed report on the issue. The results, declared on May 30, showed that of 4,693,311 students, who sat for the Boards, 2,68,308 students had cleared the exams — a pass percentage of 57.91, an all-time low for Class X since JAC began conducting the examinations in 2005.
This number is likely to go past 3 lakh, with a pass percentage of more than 65. But even that would be among the poorer performances in the last 12 years. According to officials, teachers’ and parents’ associations brought the anomaly to the JAC’s notice. They pointed out that students who who had cleared the third, optional language subject were also declared as ‘failed’.
Stating that the mistake occurred due to “confusion”, JAC chairman Arvind Prasad Singh said, “We failed to consider a clause already existing. We will inform the Education Department (which has sought a report) in detail.”
A year after the Bihar toppers’ scam, the state education board has again come into controversy with the state topper in Arts Ganesh Kumar failing to answer basic questions of his subject. Apart from the fact that he lied about his date of birth, he found it difficult in explaining the basics of music ‘sur’, ‘taal’ and ‘matra’, in an interview with a TV channel. When a TV channel reporter asked about his marks, Kumar’s answer was that he couldn’t remember.
Regarding his music practical, he said that he sang a few lines of a popular Bollywood song. Kumar also mentioned Lata Mangeshkar as ‘Maithili Kokila’, the title bestowed to folk singer Sharda Sinha.
BSEB chairperson Anand Kishor said on Friday, “We went through the board’s old records and found that Ganesh Kumar had appeared in the matriculation examination in 1990 from Giridih and in 1992 from Jhumri Tilaiya and secured a second division both times. He had mentioned his date of birth in the admit card as November 7, 1975.”
Kumar, a resident of Giridih came all his way to take admission in Samastipur school, and cleared the exam with 82.6 per cent. He scored 92 per cent in Hindi, 82 per cent in music and 42 per cent in social science. BSEB spokesperson Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi said, “We traced records of the board of undivided Bihar and matched his father’s name and permanent address.”
The state results were declared on Tuesday in which 64.75 per cent students failed this year making it the worst performance in two decades. In science, 30.11 per cent students cleared the exams, 37.11 per cent passed in arts stream and 73.76 per cent cleared in the commerce stream.
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Keep yourself Connected
Internet is the most efficient way and powerful source for the latest information. It simply gives you an idea about the complexity and subjectivity of questions being asked in the entrance examinations, and the right set of skills they require, that they should hold to perform in their engineering career. There are many websites which send you weekly or daily newsletters about the new course availability and information required for JEE entrance exams.
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Apply for all related examinations.
Apart from JEE, JEE MAIN, JEE Advanced, JEE 2016, there are other engineering exams which you can appear in the same academic year. These engineering exams contains the same kind of syllabus, so take an advantage of giving multiple exams with the same study and practice.
Commonly known as All India Engineering Entrance Examination is one of the national level exam conducted by CBSE. This exam is conducted in two modes paper 1 and paper 2. Candidates who clear this exam are admitted to NIT and IIT colleges.
Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test is a university level exam. It is conducted by BITS Pilani university.
ENAT,VITEE , GATE etc, these all are national level exams. You can apply for several exams at the same time, with the same kind of syllabus that you have prepared for JEE, and JEE ADANANCE.