15
Sep

Bihar Board hopes to get a clean chit in announcement of Class 10 results

Bihar Board hopes to get a clean chit in announcement of Class 10 results

Awaiting the results of 10 Bihar School Exam Examiner’s Class Examination (Breeding Exam) will end today.

More than 17.63 lakh students, including 8.66 lakh girls appeared for the examination of 1532 Bihar centers from 1 to 8 March. Elaborate security arrangements have been made by the Council to ensure free and fair examinations this year.

Although the Council succeeded in conducting fair reviews, the evaluation process was delayed for several reasons. One of the reasons is the strike of the school teachers, who had to evaluate the answer sheets, which ended in the evaluation process.

“When teachers have not ended their strike after several rounds of talks with government primary school teachers were used for evaluation work.” Although the reproductive examination has argued that only qualified teachers had participated in the failure of the Intermediate results are indicated otherwise, “a source in the education department said.

Physical verification also caused some delay in the publication of the results. “After the episode Ganesh Kumar (replacing middle-aged 42-year-olds who was sent to prison for age-forgery), he was asked to have the reproductive examination to ensure that all of the class 10 replacements were authentic. Personal check for reproductive examination at Patna earlier this month, “said a senior reproductive exam.

Taking a lesson from the intermediate exam results this year, where more than 64 percent. 100 (7.94 lakh) have failed to create a statewide riot, the Council also proposed to give thank-you notes to the class of students 10. “The proposal was sent to the service of education and was put into practice later Of a head movement by the government, which has also contributed to delay the announcement of the results, “said the official.

Today, all eyes are on the table, as it is trying to overcome the ghosts of large-scale cheating in 2015 in the class 10 exam and the 2016 scam, which kept it in the center controversy in the last years.

14
Sep

Alwar lynching: Activists slam govt, police for clearing 6 men named by Pehlu Khan

Activists and civil society members have criticized the Rajasthan government and police for a probe against six people named by dairy farmer Pehlu Khan, who died two days after alleged cow vigilantes attacked him in April.

As reported by Hindustan Times on Thursday, police have given a clean chit to the six men, three of which are linked to Hindu right-wing organizations, based on the statements of the cow shelter and mobile phone records.

The move was deeply condemnable and shocking but not unexpected, CPI (ML) Politburo member Kavita Krishnan said on Thursday.

Rajasthan was the first government in the country to make a decision on whether to impose sanctions on the government.

Krishnan said, “The Supreme Court is the only one in the world.

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There was a pattern to the investigations in recent lynchings, author-activist Harsh Mander said.

“A pattern emerges in every case of mob violence in the country where the police are always the victim as the guilty party and they can all protect the accused,” he said.

14
Sep

When farmers got Rs. 1 loan waiver

Over 17,260 farmers in Uttar Pradesh have received loan waiver certificates for only Rs. 1,000 or less under a scheme in which the BJP government had promised to waive farm loans to Rs. 1 lakh.

Of the 17,262 farmers, 4,814 got loan waivers of amounts between Rs. 1 and Rs. 100, while 6,895 received waivers of amounts between Rs. 100 and Rs. 500 and another 5,553 got waivers between Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000.

Under the first phase of its farm loan waiver scheme, the BJP government said it had so far distributed loan waiver certificates amounting to Rs. 7,371 crore of more than 11.93 lakh farmers in the State.

According to a statement issued by the government, 41,690 farmers have received loan waiver certificates of Rs. 1,000-10,000 while the largest chunk, 11.28 lakh farmers, received waiver certificates of more than Rs. 10,000 each.

The government was forced to issue a clarification after criticism that some farmers received loan waiver certificates of inconsequential amounts under the loan waiver scheme.

A farmer in Hamirpur’s Maudaha Tehsil, Shanti, was shocked to receive a loan waiver certificate of Rs. 10.37 even though she had a debt of more than Rs. 50,000.

Some farmers also reportedly received waiver certificates of less than Rs. 1, provoking the Samajwadi Party to accuse the Yogi Adityanath government of “cheating and humiliating” farmers.

15
May

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