Jharkhand Public Service Commission
The Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has agreed to minimize examination fees for the state civil service. Now, applicants for the JPSC exam would be allowed to pay a fee of Rs 100 instead of Rs 600. They would have to pay 500 rupees less for the candidates. Let us inform you that the JPSC exam will take place on May 2nd, 2021. Applicants will be chosen for 252 places. Applications for the examination will begin on 15 February.
At the same time, the fee for the reserved category was raised to Rs 50, providing relief to the candidates in the reserved category. The people of the reserved class had previously had to pay 150 rupees.
In a tweet on Saturday, Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that his government had reduced the application fees for the state civil service exams. “I am committed to every promise made to my people during the election,” Soren said on his official Twitter account.
GATE 2021 Test Evaluation: Learn – How was the mechanical engineering first shift exam, read the full analysis
The first mechanical engineering shift paper was performed in computer-based mode from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm today. On 5 February, the GATE exam began. The last day of the test is today. The second exam cycle for the shift is from 3 pm to 6 pm. Please note that the exam dates are February 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, and 14, 2021. Read the full review of the paper here. Let’s know how the exam was.
The study was performed by the Institute of Technology of India (IIT Bombay). For B. Tech candidates participating in the test, the paper was mild, the examination is being performed in two shifts this time. The second exam for the shift will be from 3 pm to 6 pm. The cut-off for paper shift-1 for mechanical engineering is anticipated to be about 33-34. There were 10 sections in the mechanical engineering paper in which mainly numerical-type questions were asked.
In total, there were 32 numerical questions. Questions on production were overweight. There were zero multiple selection questions along with this (MSQ). Other than this, the theory was 8 to 10 questions and the rest were numerical. Let me tell you, the mechanical engineering paper from GATE was a bit rough.
At the same time, the learners considered slightly longer questions of the numerical kind. Gradeup shared his review on Mechanical Engineering Paper Shift-1 with MN Ramesh, Vice President, Educationist, GATE, He said the level of today’s paper was moderate compared to last year.
Schools from LKG to 5th in Sikkim will open from Monday
In Sikkim, after a gap of 11 months, pre-primary and primary schools will open from Monday and the Kovid-19 protocol will be followed strictly. In the statement released by the state government, this information was given. Holistic Education Director Bhim Thatal released a circular to all government colleges, government-assisted and private schools to open classes from LKG to fifth grade. In this Himalayan area, schools for large classes of students will run from October.
The school will open till two o’clock
Since the covid-19 outbreak in March of last year, schools have been closed. The criteria and instructions provided by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare would need to be followed. It would also be important to obey the guidelines of the Department of Education in addition to this. According to the Union Ministry’s norm, student attendance can take place only with the permission of parents and guardians. The schools will run until 2 pm on each working day.
Schools will also open in Gujarat
From 18 February, schools will reopen in Gujarat for students from classes six to eight. This was declared by the state government on Saturday. It will not, however, be necessary for students to attend the class and the study of the online medium will continue. Secretary of Education Vinod Rao said that in the classrooms of all board schools the guidelines and rules of Kovid-19 would be strictly followed. He said that there have been cases of coronavirus infection in the state and this decision was made in view of the students’ far-reaching interests.
Classes will begin in Chhattisgarh on February 15
From February 15, the Government of Chhattisgarh has agreed to start classes from 9th to 12th in all state schools and university and college classes. State Minister of Agriculture Ravindra Choubey said on Saturday that today, under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, a cabinet meeting was held at his home office. He announced that it was decided at the meeting to begin classes from 9 to 12 in all state schools and university and college classes from Monday 15 February.
There will be no delay in the academic session of CBSE schools, new classes will start from April 1
Due to the corona outbreak, most schools nationwide stayed closed for about 10 months. Online education is also carried out by most schools for students up to class 8. Despite this, the next academic session at CBSE schools will not be postponed. The Ministry of Education and CBSE are keen to begin a new school academic session on 1 April 2021.
The new academic session for students in all classes other than those who appear for the board exams will commence from April 1 onwards. CBSE has also asked the school to study online to find out about the educational harm caused to the students during the closing of the school. Such plans will be made in the new academic session to compensate for the lack of education that happened last year. That is why the education body needs no delay in the new 2021 academic session.
“The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan gave official information, “According to the data collected from all the KVs until February 11, 2021, an average of 42 percent of Class 9 students, 65 percent of Class 10 students, 48 percent of Class 11 students, and Class 12 students.