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Gulf Today Report
India’s Union Cabinet Minister for Education Ramesh Pokhriyal has announced that Indian curriculum schools will not take board exams until February 2021.
The minister made the statement during a live session with teachers on the latest update board exams and the impact of coronavirus on the system.
Pokhriyal said board exams would be in written format only and not online as many schools are in rural areas where internet connection is questionable.
Officials associated with issue said that if students were not able to sit for practical tests in classes before the exams, alternatives would be explored.
"All ongoing examinations of the board for classes 10 and 12, being held in examination centres in India and abroad, and scheduled between 19.03.2020 to 31.03.2020 (both dates inclusive), shall be rescheduled after 31st March, 2020," a statement by CBSE read.
The Era Medical College on Hardoi Road is the first higher education institution in the state to boast of having a department of happiness.
The teacher pulled up the students who were misbehaving. The students later went to their homes and brought their family members who brutally beat the teacher with sticks. The unruly students also ransacked the school.
The deceased were identified as Sharat Kumar and Rohit Krishnakumar.
Daily infections hit 332,730 on Friday, up from 314,835 the previous day when India set a new record, surpassing one set by the United States in January of 297,430 new cases. The US tally has since fallen.
"There were 17 patients inside when a fire broke out in the ICU of Vijay Vallabh Hospital, out of which 13 died and four have been shifted to other facilities," fire department official Morrison Khavari said.
The announcement underscores the success of the campaign, which aims to achieve herd immunity and ensure recovery from the pandemic. It also highlights the confidence in the safety and efficiency of the vaccines provided for free by the country to the entire community.
The brutal killing of Farah Hamzah Akbar, 32, whose body was dumped outside a hospital on Tuesday, caused shock waves in the country.