Delhi government issued new assessment rules for government, government-aided, and recognized unaided schools on July 1. Students' conduct and other academic topics, will be evaluated for the influence of the mindset curriculum. This will be in addition to the existing assessment standards, which are based on co-curricular and academic activity. "In order to prepare students for real-world challenges, schools must prioritize competency-based… read-more
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Charanjit Singh Channi, Congress' first Dalit Chief Minister in Punjab, along with two deputy CMs Sukhjinder Randhawa and Brahm Mohindra took oath on September 20 at 11:00 AM. Meanwhile, senior Congress leader Harish Rawat said, ''The decision on making a Dalit CM should help us in other poll-bound states". Besides, Channi is also said to be close to Navjot Singh Sidhu.
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The exams in Uttar Pradesh Universities are scheduled to be conducted by August 15, said Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Dinesh Sharma to all the Vice-Chancellors of the state universities. The results will be declared by the end of August. Dr. Sharma asked universities to make sure that the duration of the examination shouldn’t exceed more than one and a half hours. The new session is scheduled… read-more
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia has said that the schools will remain shut in NCR untill there is COVID-19 vaccine. The minister said that the government has planned to extend the re-opening of schools till further notice to address parents' feedback. He added wherever the schools have re-opened, a significant increase in cases among children were recorded. Earlier, the Delhi government had decided against the centre’s order for voluntary… read-more
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Delhi's Deputy CM Manish Sisodia got discharged from Max Healthcare on September 29 after recovering from COVID-19. Sisodia has been advised to take rest for at least a week before returning back to his work. The 48-year-old had tested positive for COVID-19, the dengue virus and had falling blood platelet levels. At present, the national capital has around 27,000 active coronavirus cases.
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia was hospitalized on September 23 after he complained of fever and breathing issues. He has earlier tested positive for COVID-19 on September 14, and was observing self-isolation since then. He has been admitted to the Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Hospital. More than 3,800 cases of coronavirus have been registered in Delhi on September 22.
Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Ashwath Narayan tested positive for coronavirus on September 19. The 51-year-old shared the news on Twitter and stated that he is asymptomatic and currently under home quarantine. He requested the people who had come in contact with him to stay cautious. Meanwhile, the state crossed five lakh coronavirus-infected cases on September 19.
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The Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana Dushyant Chautala congratulated the teachers of the state on the eve of Teacher's Day. The Deputy CM wrote in his message "On the occasion of Teacher's Day, I extend my greetings and best wishes to all the teachers." He said that the teachers are the nation builders and an inspiration to the students.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said that keeping the Centre’s Unlock-3 guidelines for inter-state and intra-state travel in mind, the state will reach a decision soon. “Appropriate decision will be taken regarding the same after discussion with chief minister and deputy chief minister,” he stated. Even though the Centre had allowed inter-state travel without restrictions, Maharashtra has mandated e-passes. As of now, Maharashtra has… read-more
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Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar's elder son, Parth Pawar has become the talk of the town, as the rumours have spread regarding the surging conflict between him and his uncle Sharad Pawar, who is the family patriarch and Nationalist Congress Party chief. Sharad Pawar called his grandnephew "immature" and said, "We would not even spare a penny for what he is saying".
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