Rojgar Result: 67% of 12th standard students in central schools
In compliance with the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Government across the country, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan has resumed classes at schools. From October, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan has steadily begun opening colleges. According to data collected from all KVs, 42 percent of students in class 9, 65 percent of students in class 10, 48 percent of students in class 11 and 67 percent of students in class 12 attended each class until 11 February 2021. It was. The Ministry of Educational Affairs of the Union says that these statistics are complex.
In some KVs where state governments allowed schools for junior degrees to open, classes for classes 1 to 8 have also been begun. Daily contacts between central schools and parents are created. Upon prior permission of their guardians, students are permitted to attend schools.
On Monday, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathán told the official on this matter, stating “In view of the Corona epidemic, the SOP issued by the state and central governments is being fully followed in schools. All KVs have been given clear instructions.” “However, students who are not in school during this period are also offering online courses. Students also contact their teachers through different digital channels.
IGNOU 2021 Re-registration for January 2021 session extended till February 28
The date of the re-registration form for the January 2021 meeting was extended to 28 February, by the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). Students now need to register again for the coming year for one and two weeks. On its official Twitter account, the university provided this information.
Learn how to apply here
- Step 1 – Go first to ignou.samarth.edu.in and ignou.ac.in’s the official website.
- Step 2 – Pick the program or course by using the enrollment number, and fill out the date of birth after signing in to the portal.
- Step 3 – The data and the previously completed application form will be displayed on the basis of the previous half-year.
- Step 4 – The applicants are now required to pay the application fees. You can make payments using internet banking or credit and debit cards.
- Step 5 – A web receipt or form for confirming the admission to the program will be generated. You can print it out or download it as a PDF.
Examination for the Delhi Forest Guard: Admit card is released on 18 February, Examination starts from 1 March.
The Department of Forest and Wildlife, Delhi, announced that on February 18, 2021, the admit card for the recruitment review of the Delhi Forest Guard admission card will be published on its official website. Tell the candidates who will appear in this exam that the admission card can be downloaded from the official forest.delhigovt.nic.in website.
According to the notice, from March 1 to March 7, 2021, the department will conduct forest guard examinations at various centers nationwide. This exam will be focused on computers. It is suggested that candidates who will feature in the analysis continue to check the official website on an ongoing basis.
Two members of DTA elected to Delhi University Academic Council
The election of the Vidya Parishad Council (AC), the highest decision-making body in academic affairs at Delhi University, was won by two candidates from the Teachers Union, Delhi Teachers Association (DTA). Sunil Kumar and Dr. Asha Rani are the winning candidates. Sunil Kumar is an Assistant Professor at Bhagat Singh College’s Department of Commerce. Dr. Asha Rani is a professor at PGDAV College’s Department of Hindi. Under the women’s quota, Dr. Asha Rani has already been declared elected unopposed.
Dr. Narendra Pandey, the DTA nominee for the Executive Council (EC), lost. Professor Hansraj Suman, head of the Delhi Teachers Association, said that two candidates had been nominated for the Vidyut Parishad (AC) where both candidates won. Accommodating and stabilizing ad hoc teachers is the goal of the DTA. In addition to this, 28 government-funded colleges in Delhi must follow the circular released by the Ministry of Education on 5 December 2019. As well, no one will be removed from the system until the adjustment and fixation of the Adhoc teachers.
The counting of votes for the Executive Council (EC) and Vidya Parishad (AC) elections began at the University of the Arts of Delhi on Saturday, 13 February, and will last for several days. The 26-member Vidhan Parishad elections, 9 of which have already been declared unopposed under the Women’s Quota, Department Quota, and Technical Quota. 23 candidates for the remaining 17 representatives are in the fray. In addition to the NDTF, 6 members with separate viewpoints were DTA Left, AAD, Samajwadi Teachers’ Forum, UTF, CityF.