UP Board Class 10th, 12th results 2017: The Uttar Pradesh Board will declare the results for the class 10 and 12 board exams next week. Students who have appeared for the examinations can download their results from the official website of the board on June 9, 2017 after 12 pm.
This year, the class 10 exams were held from March 16 to April 1, 2017 for which about 34,04,571 students appeared. The class 12 state boards were conducted from March 16 to April 21, 2017 and more than 26 lakh students appeared for these exams. They were delayed due to the assembly elections conducted in the state.
A number of cheating cases have also been reported. At two exam centres in Mathura, students were caught mass cheating due to which the Board had to cancel the English paper. About 1,500 students using unfair means have been caught and 111 centres and FIRs have been lodged against 178 invigilators. The board has also replaced 327 centre incharges and 600 invigilators, while exams at 54 centres have been cancelled and 57 centres have been blacklisted.
Steps to download the UP board class 10 and 12 board 2017:
– Go to the official website for the UP board (upmsp.edu.in. upresults.nic.in and examresults.net)
– Click on the link to the results page.
– Select the class 10 or 12 results
– Enter your details in the fields provided.
– Download the results and take a print out of the same for further reference.
JIPMER MBBS online entrance exam 2017: The online entrance examination for the centrally-sponsored Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) will be held on June 4 for selection of candidates to the first MBBS course in the institute during 2017-2018 academic year. The online application were released in March, this year. The system of online entrance examination to JIPMER was introduced last year.
JIPMER has 200 seats, including 50 in its Karaikal (a region of Puducherry) branch. The test will be conducted in two shifts on June 4. While the morning shift will have the test from 10 am to 12.30 pm, the the evening shift will have the test from 3 pm to 5.30 pm.
JIPMER Director Dr S C Parija said as many as repeat 1,89,663 candidates have applied for admission and the entrance test would be held at 339 centres across 75 cities in the country.
The institute became an autonomous institution in 2008 through an Act of Parliament and was under the direct control of the Directorate General of Health Services New Delhi till then.
The Delhi High Court has sought the response of the Centre, the AAP government and the municipal bodies on a PIL alleging they have not maintained records of children and schools in their areas as required under the RTE Act. A bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal sought a status report from the AAP government after it claimed to have complied with the mandate of the Right to Education (RTE) Act.
The court also issued notice to the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, the education department of the Delhi government and the municipal bodies, seeking their replies to the PIL by September 12.
The order came on the petition by an NGO which alleged that the authorities have “failed” to implement the provisions of the RTE law which requires identification of children up to the age of 14 years in each neighbourhood as well as mapping of schools near them.
The NGO, Justice for All, claimed that the failure of the authorities to carry out the exercise has resulted in several lakh children in the national capital being deprived of education and also drop outs by thousands of students.
The petition, filed through advocate Khagesh Jha, contended that under the RTE Act the local authorities have to prepare the records of each and every child who shall then be linked with the schools near them.
“However, the respondent authorities after seven years of enactment of the RTE Act 2009 and after 15 years of insertion of Article 21A in the Constitution of India have failed to start the process of identification of children and school mapping for them,” the PIL said.
It has said that since the exercise has not been carried out, “great hardship” is being caused to the children belonging to the marginal groups of society as they need to submit various documents at the time of admission to show their neighbourhood as well as economically weaker section (EWS) status.
The requirement for all these documents can be done away with if the authorities maintain proper records of each child, the NGO said.
It sought directions to the authorities to carry out a survey of children up to 14 years of age in a time-bound manner and to also map the schools near each of them.
Rajasthan board class 10 results 2017: The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) is likely to declare the results for the class 10 secondary school and vocational examinations in the first week of June. Students who have appeared for the class 10 state board exams can check their results from the official website (see steps below to know how).
The BSER class 10 board exams were conducted from March 9 to March 21, 2017 and about 10.99 lakh students appeared for the exams. Last year, the class 10 results were declared on June 18.
The Board recently declared the results for the Class 12 Higher Secondary exams 2017 for science, commerce and arts streams which were conducted from March 2 to March 25, 2017. Over 2 lakh candidates appeared for the science stream exams.
Steps to download Rajasthan class 10 results 2017:
– Go to the official website for the Rajasthan Board (rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in).
– Click on the link for “results 2017 exams”.
– Follow the link for the for the secondary results 2017.
– Enter your details in the fields provided.
– Download your results and take a print out of the same for further reference.
OUCET 2017: Osmania University has released the hall tickets for the Common Entrance Test (OUCET) 2017. Candidates who have applied for the entrance test can download their results from the official website of the University using their registration ID.
OUCET 2017 will take place from June 5 to June 13, 2017 in three shifts— 9.30 am to 11 am, 12.30 pm to 2 pm and from 3.30 pm to 5 pm. The application process ended May 8, 2017 and the last day to register for the exam with the late fee was on May 22, 2017.
Candidates who clear the exam will be eligible to PG, PG Diploma and five-year integrated programmes offered by Osmania, Telangana, Mahatma Gandhi and Palamuru Universities. The hall tickets were made available from 5 pm on Thursday.
Steps to download OUCET 2017 hall tickets:
– Go to the official website for Osmania University (osmania.ac.in).
– Click on the tab for “OUCET 2017” and follow the link to the exam page.
– There will be a link to download the hall ticket at the top of this page. Click on it.
– Enter your registration ID, date of birth and hit “search”.
– Download your admit card and take a print out of the same for further reference.
Bihar Education Minister Ashok Kumar Choudhary on Thursday extended his support to the Class 12th exam Arts topper, Ganesh Kumar. Kumar is a genuine student, he said. He further added that even Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is happy with this result and this time only meritorious students have passed the exam.
A total of 12,40,168 students wrote the examinations, out of which only 4,37,115 passed. The results for the Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) class 12 exams were declared on May 30. This was the worst BSEB result in two decades.
While Kumar topped the stream, only 37.11 per cent of the arts students passed. Bihar Arts topper, Ganesh Kumar has secured 65 out of 70 marks in the practical examinations of music and 18 out of 30 in the theory. He has secured 92 marks out of 100 in Hindi.
However, a meeting with him gives a different picture. Despite scoring the highest marks in some of his subjects, he failed to anwser even basic questions related to the same. When he was asked to play some instruments and sing a song, he seemed unable to play anything in tune.
After he failed to show any of his academic prowess, raising speculation of yet another topper scam in the state, the Bihar School Exam Board Chairman Anand Kishore on Thursday gave a clean chit to the former while saying that no one can raise questions on his merit.
Last year, scam in the Bihar Board was revealed after topper Ruby Rai, who secured 444 marks out of 500 in the arts stream was not even bale to answer some of the basic questions related to her subjects in which she passed in. However, on camera she did not even appear to know the number of subjects in her course.
Kerala government is planning to open coaching centres to prepare civil service aspirants for preliminary examination in all districts. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that a state-run centre in Kerala is imparting coaching for the main examination and interview while centres in Palakkad, Kozhikode and Ponnani are offering training for the preliminary examination.
Congratulating the Keralites who cleared the prestigious examination this year, he said as many as 115 students undergone training at the state Civil Service Academy here and 51 of them were qualified.
J Athul and Anu Vivek, who were among those who cleared the examination this year, visited Chief Minister at his office earlier in the day, a release said.
Once mocked for not knowing English, Gopalakrishna Ronanki, a farmer’s son, has secured third position in the Union Public Service Commission’s civil services examination. The 30-year-old primary school teacher comes from a very humble background. He teaches in a school in Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam district.
“I saw how my parents worked very hard for living. I always wanted to work for the society and for the uplift of my own family. Hence, I decided to join the civil services. I tried hard and cleared it to become an IAS officer,” Ronanki said.
He was among top 20 rank achievers of civil services examination, including the topper Nandini K R, who were felicitated here by Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh.
Ronanki, who has difficulty in communicating in English and Hindi, said he wants to work for the poor of his state and also those living in other parts of the country.
“Being an IAS has always been my dream. It is a respectable position. I would especially like to work towards further development of education sector in Andhra Pradesh,” he said.
Ronanki’s brother Odhud remembered how they studied despite lack of good education and basic amenities at home and in the area they lived in.
“My brother Gopalakrishna has been very good at studies. So once he went to a coaching centre to prepare for civil services. He was mocked there and told that he won’t be able to qualify the exam as he did not know either English or Hindi language. He then decided to clear this exam and with all his perseverance he did it,” said Odhud, an officer in State Bank of India.
Ronanki, whose family is from Parasamba village of Palasa block in Srikakulam district, cleared his exam in Telugu language.
Bihar Board Class 12 results 2017: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has announced that the result of the class 12 board exam topper has been cancelled due to a discrepancy regarding the candidate’s age. According to sources, Bihar Board Arts stream topper Ganesh Kumar had lied about his age.
“Class 12th topper Ganesh Kumar’s result has been cancelled with immediate effect,” Bihar School Examination Board’s Anand Kishore said adding that a case has been registered against Kumar and the school authorities. The 2017 Board topper has also been detained by the police, according to reports.
About 12,40,168 students appeared for the class 12 Bihar Board examinations this year, of whom only 4,37,115 passed. In the arts stream, there were just 37.11 per cent of the studnets who passed. The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) had declared the class 12 exam results on May 30.
Ganesh Kumar has secured 65 out of 70 marks in the practical examinations of music and 18 out of 30 in the theory and has secured 92 marks out of 100 in Hindi.
The JNU administration on Friday fined six students, including student union office bearers Umar Khalid and G Suresh from the SFI, Rs 20,000 each and transferred their hostel with immediate effect. The punishment was given for “unlawful confinement” of top administrative officials in October last year when students were protesting the disappearance of JNU student Najeeb Ahmad.
The students’ academic process has also been blocked till they comply with the punishment. However, they have been given the option to appeal against the punishment to the vice-chancellor.
The order by the Chief Proctor issued to JNUSU joint secretary Tabrez Hasan, for example, reads, “The Enquiry Committee established charges against Mr Tabrez Hasan that he was present at the venue (Administrative Building) and had a substantial role to play in the unlawful confinement of the top officials of JNU. Mr Tabrez Hasan did not allow any officials to go out of the building and directed students to lie down in front of the exit door of the building as soon as officials tried to come out on the night of October 19, 2016 and continued till 2 pm on October 20, 2016. Mr Hasan, in his written depositions and oral statements, supported unlawful confinement of JNU officials.”
JNU chief proctor and Registrar did not respond to calls and texts from The Indian Express.
JNUSU general secretary Satarupa Chakrabory said, “While Najeeb’s assaulters were rewarded with only hostel transfer and the administration allowed them to roam around the campus freely, they preferred to take action and impose a huge fine on those who have been struggling to seek justice for him. This, once again, exposes the administration’s bias.”
Khalid, who was also fined by JNU in the February 9 case, said the option for appeal “will not change anything”. “We will just be embroiled in running around with paperwork… The punishments are atrocious and we will fight back,” he said.