CBSE Results 2017,, CBSE 10th, 12th Results

10th Results 2017, 12th Results 2017, Exam Result 2017

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Smriti Irani visit of IIT

Last year, the weather forecast has gone wrong and the summer season started in the month of April. The public was not ready for this and the children who are going to schools and colleges don’t know how to face this situation as this is the study days.

The human resource minister, Smriti Irani has found the missing arrangement in the hostel of the IIT Delhi, many proper measures were not been taken even as the heat wave was continuing. The administration after the union minister’s notice has allowed the coolers in the hostel rooms and the management is also decided to install air conditioners in the common areas.

Actually, the HRD minister went to IIT for the inauguration of a new teaching learning complex and there she decided at the spot to meet the students in the boys’ hostel and also in the girl’s one.

According to the officials of the institute, the ministers met with the students and also interact with them. The minister also took a look at the facilities in the hostel for the heat wave season and there she found that the facilities were not up to date and many were missing. After which, the director of the IIT announced the package for the hostel in the meeting with concerned officials.

The management has decided that with the package, air cooler will be allowed in the hostel rules and arrangement would also be taken to provide cool and safe drinking water in all blocks.

The administration also decided to centrally air condition all the common areas and in the future, the hostels will be constructed with central air condition facility.

The students during interaction also complained about the condition of the dining halls and mess of the hostel. On this, the administration has allocated funds in the package for the modernization of the kitchen and dining halls.  These measure will first be implemented in IIT Delhi and then to all IIT’s of the country.

The minister visited the girl’s hostel after inspecting the boy’s ones, and found many irregularities there also. She said that the hostels are not up to the mark and need to be improved.

The steps taken by the director of the IIT are just the face saving after the minister’s visit. It is very kind gesture of Smriti Irani to visit personally and criticizing the situation. These measures have to be taken much time before and the HRD should take the action now and conduct a survey in all federal universities in the first step to check the facilities in the hostels.

In mostly universities, the situation is bad even from that shown in IIT. How can you aspect that students will perform better if they have to face the difficulties of living and studying peacefully in the hostels.
The government through a circular must sent notices to all universities to update the measures in hostel and some checks must be made to better the situation.

NCPUL and Yoga Issue

Some weeks before, the government had given the direction to all the education institutes of India to hold Yoga classes in their day schedule. Yoga was an option before this but now the ministry of Ayush and ministry of human resource development are striving hard to fulfill the dream of prime minister and even the institution of the minorities have not been spared in this battle of enforcement.

NCPUL (national council for promotion of Urdu language) works under ministry of HRD and they also receive circular to ensure the yoga classes in all their centers. They have also gotten the instructions to do arrangements for the international Yoga day on 21st June.

However, within the NCPUL, the opinion has been divided between various members. The ministry has asked the council to conduct Yoga classes in its 500 centers across India. Now! The issue has become the bone of contention between the MHRD and some executive board members of the council. The members are of the view that the yoga classes would cause unnecessary disturbance in centres of the council, mostly of which are establish in Madarssa or minority institutions.

The assistant director of academic NCPUL, Shama K. Yazdani said that yes! We have issued the circular to all 500 centres after the direction of MHRD and also about the celebrating the Yoga day on 21st June 2016. When asked by media that is this compulsory requirement for the council to hold classes, she said there is nothing like compulsory but she refused to comment further.

A NCPUL employee with the promise to remain unnamed said that MHRD order to comply with the earlier directive by the ministry of Ayush to introduce Yoga classes in all centres. The person said that MHRD order also contained advisory note about the health benefits of Yoga. The autonomous body NCPUL under the MHRD established in 1996 to promote Urdu. With the passage of time, the sphere extended and technical and vocational course were also introduced in the system including computer application and business accounting etc.

An employee of the NCPUL said that the order of the MHRD requires the council to work outside the sphere of its mandate. Another NCPUL person said that last years, order was come to hold the Yoga classes but this year order contains clear and detailed instruction so how can we disobey the order. Tariq Anwar, the member of the board said that he is not against Yoga but against its imposition on council’s centres. He said that ministry should try first to develop interest in students and after the student should be given choice either to join the classes or it.

The opinion has also been polarized as clearly seen by the comments of the council staff. The government should not interfere with the institution of the minorities to induce the party policies; it will create space between masses of opposite religions. Religious institutes must not be forced to obey such orders.

President on Research Culture

In India, we are still fighting for the basic education needs and they way the higher education sector is losing its credibility and importance; it must be given the status of “Alarming”. The universities direly need investment in their infrastructure and faculty, otherwise, same like these years, graduates would be produced with only a piece of paper in their hands not the knowledge for which they went to universities.

On the issue, the president of India spoke at the occasion of Banaras Hindu University’s centennial year celebrations at Swatantrata Bhavan. He said that we need to emphasize on the investment on research and higher education – so that the Indian universities could make their place in top rankings.

The president said that we have to gradually improve the research quality in our education system for that we need investment. He added that in the area of higher education research Indian allocates 0.26 % of its GDP while Japan gives 3 %, USA 2.8 % and China 2.2 %.

He advised the government to take necessary steps on this issue. President said that India has 729 universities and 36,000 colleges but how many of them giving the quality education according to the international standards. He congratulated two Indian universities who make place in world top 200 by international rating agencies.

He said that this all situation does not depict that we have any deficiency of talent in our country. He added that India have seen such talent, who won Nobel Prize. He also mentioned Subramanyan Chandrasekhar and Hargovind Khurana, who were awarded the prize for their work. He said that in 1930 after CV Raman not even a single scholar for any Indian university got prize.

On the bright past of Indian education, he said that there was a time when Indian dominated in the field of higher education with renowned learning centres of Vikramshila, Taxila and Nalanda. He added that after them, Indian universities till now did not get the place as dignified by their size, culture and civilization.

He praised Madan Mohan Malaviya for founding BHU and said that the main aim of his was to develop a scientific sense among students and making them aware with the outer world and core civilization values. He added that he (madan mohan) did want the students to be like robot.

He emphasized to work to regain the past glory and said that I have visited 114 institutions of higher education and regularly stressed there to improve the ranking. He said that he refuses to believe that none of the universities can match the standards for being in world top 200.

He added that there are many such education institutions in India that have the potential to get the place in world top rankings. The president on the visit also garlanded the statue of Mahanama Malaviya. The governor Ram Naik on the occasion released Rs10 and Rs 100 commemorative coins on BHU.

India-Australia education

One of the leading, Australia’s top Indian expert has said that providing education and creating the adequate jobs for the large population of the south Asia is a global challenge like that of climate change. He said that Australia has a role in developing the talent in the crucial demographics. The director of Australia India institute, Prof. Craig Jeffery said that Indian leaders have a sharp focus on providing skills to young Indian and see Australia, one of the key contributors for this.

The Prof. said that one in every ten people in world is Indian and the size of this demography is very large.
Prof. Jeffery will chair “engaging with India 2016” – an annual trade and investment forum in Sydney. On the goal of PM Modi to provide skill to 500 million people by 2022, he said that PM is looking actively towards Australia to assist in achieving this goal.He added that Mr. Modi especially mentioned Australia and U.K. as a source of information and experience for vocational training.

In the last fiscal year, the export of Australia education related services to India worth 2.1 billion $. There are more than 50,000 students from India in education institutes of Australia that becomes 10% of the total international students there. He said that universities are looking for next wave of students and a lot of smart money is on India.

The professor said that there is a stage of transition and after the influx of Chinese students – the universities are now looking of possibilities for attracting Indian students especially in the areas of science and technology.However, the Prof. Jeffery is optimistic about the education cooperation and sees it much beyond the Indian students in Australia including the delivery of courses to India and collaborated research network. He said that no doubt! Australia can work to help India in establishing world class universities.

The number of Indian students’ dropped sharply after the attacks on Indian in 2009 and also by the policy reform and destabilized condition of Australian dollar between2010-12. The situation is much better now and the number is constantly growing since 2013. The tendency of the Australian universities to link up with China is very clear, as according to the University of Sydney’s latest strategic plan, 13 references are to china and only one to south Asia, none of these references pointed out towards India.

Prof. Jeffery, there is a growing mismatch between the aspirants of the youth of India and their capacity to find the work. Prof. also said that there is a question that how will you use the energy of thee millions of population across south Asia.

He said that this challenge is as important as the climate change for the future of our planet.
Now! It depends on Indian government on how to build relations with Australia and use the Australian expertise in the best way. The questions raised by prof. jefffeyr are genuine and require careful analysis.

Delhi University Digitalization

Universities are the place where the innovative ideas given the shape of reality and public viability. The world has changed much in the field of education and particularly higher education, now ideas are not just given the shape for research but the commercial aspect is been taken into account so that the product could benefit the masses across continents.

The universities have gone much beyond the normal procedure of administration and in the universities of Europe and U.S. e – governance is very common and on university campuses, green campaigns have been induced. In India, the condition of education is like something that can be seen just with pity. The political interference and lack of transparency has damaged the actual purpose of universities.

The universities’ administration practices are not good even an inch better from the outside country. The universities are the knowledge houses but here we make them just degree given institutions. This is the major setback in the area of employment and millions of graduates from the higher education institutions come in the market without having the adequate knowledge. The Delhi University has taken an initiative in the area of e-governance. The university will provide the mark sheets, degrees and migration certificates online with the help of just a click. From July 1, the students would enjoy this online facility.

The university claims that this is the first university to provide these documents online, getting of which was a tough job before this policy. The university official said that from July 1, the university alumni will be able to get the mark sheets, attestations, migration certificates and transcripts online and Delhi University will deliver the document on the destination of the applicants.

The official further said that students have to enter the enrollment number, examination roll number, after that they have to select the document from the list that would be available on the online catalogue and after selection, they payment could be paid online. Electronic copies of transcripts, attested degree certificates and migrating certificates will be given online via the process. However, the original degree and mark sheet will be given on the personal attendance to the required office due to the security reason.

The official also said that when a applicant will apply for the delivery to service employer, visa agency or the university, after the submission of application, the applicants will get a password- in the form of personal identification number and that application will then share with the agency or institution, who could then access the document online.

The university is also in the process of digitizing the mark sheets of recent years. Last year, online mark sheet were given to the students enrolled in undergraduate students, including the candidates of open learning. The nine departments of post graduates students also provided the marks sheets online. But on the official level and for all, the offer is made for the first time in university and in the country.

Fee regulation for unaided schools (Chandigarh)

In Chandigarh, some weeks before, complaints were lodged about the commercialization of books and uniform by the schools on which checks had made and education department had warned them. After the parent’s concerns, the education department had decided to made concrete steps in this regard. Now! The draft policy for the regulating of fee in private schools has received the nod from UT administrator Kaptan Singh Solanki.

The education department will now bring the process to take opinions of various stakeholders before finalizing and notifying the policy. The draft says that the expenditure involved for the junior and senior classes are different so the policy exercise would be two sectioned for each school. One category will be made from class 1 to 5 and second from 6 to 10.

The school’s freedom would be respected but the policy will ensure that only such hike in fee should be done – as the level of standards are given. On the profit making issue, the policy says that schools shall not be allowed to make profit from the admissions fee, re admission fee and through the commercialization of books, uniform and stationary. For the uniformity and transparency, the schools expenditures will be checked by the government appointed auditors or charted accountants.

The officials of the education department are saying that the dialogues process will be stated with the private schools heads and with the parents of the children, before the final notification of the policy. It is highly likely that notification for the fee regulation will be given to schools before the start of next academic sessions.

The 5 members committee that was set by the government will now compile the 150 complaints against the schools and the report on the complaints would be submitted to director school education by May 30. The heads of the unaided schools have raised their voices and also protesting on the interfering behavior of the education department in the working of the private schools.

They are arguing that 11 judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court has given the cleare judgment that private unaided schools will determine the school fee and other norms themselves and they have the complete autonomy for this.
One official of the education department said that we are aware with fact that schools should have adequate funds to give the quality education but the standards have to reasonable. The official said that schools have to be accountable for the fee and some sort of transparency should be introduced in the private unaided schools.

The policy steps taken by the UT administration will affect thousands of students. Parents had been fed up with the unnecessary demands of the private schools and everyone in the country knows that these schools are been made money making machines. In the schools fee, some charges are included that have nothing to do with the education, its quality or any other thinking that will affect the children’s grooming.

Agriculture Universities Ranking

After the release of engineering, management and pharmaceutical institutes, last month and the heated debate on the performance of some institutes, like ministry of HRD, the agriculture ministry has decided to rank the 73 agriculture institutes of India.

The responsibility for the ranking has been given to national academy of agriculture sciences. The NAAS has firstly to develop the evaluation methodology. As per the resources, the initial framework for the ranking process has been designed and in coming days, the universities would be asked to participate in the process.

As per the details, some key determinants for the ranking are quality inputs, increase in agriculture growth in the area of jurisdiction, technology transfer to farmers, teaching, research impact and research excellence.

The meeting of the committee held recently under the minister of state of agriculture Sanjeev Kumar Balyan in which the indicators to measure the quality and performance of the universities given the final authentication and committee also discussed the details to invite the application from the participants. Mr. Balyan will handle all this project of ranking on the behalf of Ministry of agriculture.

One official of the ministry said that after the final approval from the union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh, the next procedure would be announced.

One of the interesting moves is the inclusion of award winning farmer in the process of ranking. These farmers are identify and given the awards each years by Indian council of agriculture research.

In the confidential survey, during the process, the retired faculty members of the universities in India and Abroad would be given the free hand to give the opinion about the universities. The view of the award winning farmer will be taken as the stakeholders’ perception - the perception has the weightage of 7 out of 100 total marks.

The mark distribution of ranking is as follows;
33 marks to research, 35 to teaching outcome and facility, 20 to extension ( the lab to end activity), 7 marks to stakeholders and 5 marks to linkages.

Under the category of “teaching outcome and facility” – marks would be given to universities that have good record of digital connectivity.

The final raking will be made by the ranking the participating universities, however, efforts shall be done to include all the 73 institutes in the ranking.

The ministry believes that this process of ranking the universities will help the universities to self access themselves on the basis of quality and through this they can enhance their skills.

The main objective of the ministry behind this initiative to ranking will improve the ranking of the agriculture institutes in the world university ranking.

After the successful completion of the HRD ministry ranking, the Agriculture ministry has tightened its belts to know the quality of agriculture education. This process was much needed and must be started in the previous government so that the actual situation of the quality could be come up in front of nation and efforts were made according to them.

JAC 12th Time Table 2017, Jharkhand Board Intermediate Exam Routine /Date Sheet 2017

Jharkhand Board Intermediate Time Table 2017, JAC 12th Date Sheet 2017,

Here we have a great news for the students of JAC who has enrolled this year for the examination of JAC 12th Time Table 2017 / Jharkhand Board Intermediate Exam Date Sheet 2017. The Official Board has announced the JAC 12th Routine/ JAC Exam Date 2017.

If you are looking for the JAC Routine/ Jharkhand Board Time Table then you are at right place as we have your required information available in this page so that you can easily check your Time Table 2017 / Date Sheet 2017 here at this page. We have made arrangement inwhich you will able to check online your Exams routine or you can also able to download the Time Table / Date sheet in Pdf format.

There are hundred of Thousands of students who has shown their interest in the JAC examination and are going to show off the examinations. We have news for these students that the Jharkhand Board 12th Time Table Table 2017 has been announced and available to check here in following. This year the examination will start from the month or February.

JAC 12th Time Table 2017
# Date Subjects
1 16 Feb 2017 Sociology
2 18th Feb 2017 Economics
3 19 Feb 2017 Language Hindi or English
4 20 Feb 2017 Language Hindi or English
5 21 Feb 2017 Computer Science
6 23 Feb 2017 Biology
7 24 Feb 2017 Eco
8 25 Feb 2017 Chemistry
9 26 Feb 2017 History
10 27 Feb 2017 Physics
Home Science
11 28 Feb 2017 Business Studies
12 2 March 2017 Mathematics
13 3 March 2017 Political Science
14 4 March 2017 Language
15 9 March 2017 Musical
16 10 March 2017 Vocational

Tamil Nadu HSC Time Table 2017 TN Board 12th Class Date Sheet 2017

Tamil Nadu 12th Date sheet 2017; TNBSE +2 Exame Time Table 2017, TN Board Intermediate 12th Class Exams Routine 2017

There are hundred of thousands students who has enrolled in the TN board this year to appear in the examinations of Tamil Nadu and the are thirstily waiting for the news of there Tamil Nadu 12th Time Table 2017. Same like the recent years this year too Tamil Nadu Board has published the TN Board Date Sheet 2017 in the end of month January 2017 for the year 2017.

Here is News for the students of  Board that TN Board intermediate Time Table 2017 has been announced and are available in this page for those candidates who are waiting very pedantically for there TN Board Routine 2017. This year Huge number of students shows there interest in the examination and enrolled for the TN Board-coming examination of Tamil Nadu. TN Board is almost completed its preparations for conducting the examinations which is starting from the month of February.

If you are looking for the Tamil Nadu Date Sheet 2017 for educational streams i.e Arts, Science, Commerce etc then you are at right place as Board official has declared the Tamil Nadu Intermediate (12th) Class Exams Routine 2017 from Feb.March 2017 in the different examination centers in the state. Here you can find your Intermediate Time Table 2017 following:

TN Exams Important Timings to Remember:

Question Paper Reading:                          10.00 a.m. to 10.10 a.m.
Candidates Verification of Particulars:     10.10 a.m. to 10.15 a.m.
Examination Duration :                            10.15 a.m. to 1.15 p.m.

Tamil Nadu 12th Time Table 2017
# Date Subjects
1 02/03/2017 Tamil paper I
2 03/03/2017 Tamil paper II
3 06/03/2017 English paper I
4 07/03/2017 English paper II
5 10/03/2017 Commerce, Home Science, Geography
6 13/03/2017 Chemistry, Accountancy
7 17/03/2017 Computer Science, Communicative English
Indian Culture Heritage, Bio-Chemistry
Advanced Language
8 21/03/2017 Physics, Economics
9 24/03/2017 Political Science, Statistics
Nursing & vocational exam
10 27/03/2017 Maths, Zoology, Microbiology
Nutrition & Deities
11 31/03/2017 Biology, Botany, History, Business Maths

Rajasthan Board 12th Time Table 2017, RBSE Arts, Commerce, Science Schedule 2017

Rajasthan Board 12th Date sheet 2017; RBSE Intermediate (12th) Arts, Commerce, Science Schedule 2017

There are hundred of thousands students who has enrolled in the board this year to appear in the examinations of Rajasthan Board and the are thirstily waiting for the news of there Rajasthan Board 12th Time Table 2017. Same like the recent years this year too RBSE Board has published the RBSE Date Sheet 2017 in the end of month December 2016 for the year 2017.

Here is News for the students of RBSE that RBSE intermediate Time Table 2017 has been announced and are available in this page for those candidates who are waiting very pedantically for there RBSE Routine 2017. This year Huge number of students shows there interest in the examination and enrolled for the up-coming examination of Rajasthan Board. RBSE is almost completed its preparations for conducting the examinations which is starting from the month of February.

If you are looking for the Rajasthan Board Date Sheet 2017 for educational streams i.e Arts, Science, Commerce etc then you are at right place as Board official has declared the Rajasthan Board Intermediate (12th) Class Exams Routine 2017 from March 2017 in the different examination centers in the state. Here you can find your 12th Time Table 2017 following:

Rajasthan Board 12th Time Table 2017

Date Day Subject Name
2nd March 2017 Thursday अंग्रेजी अनिवार्य
3rd March 2017 Friday कंप्यूटर विज्ञानं/इन्फार्मेटिक्स प्रैक्टिस/मल्टीमीडिया वेबटेक
4th March 2017 Saturday हिंदी अनिवार्य
6th March 2017 Monday राजनीती विज्ञानं/लेखाशास्त्र/भौतिक विज्ञानं
7th March 2017 Tuesday समाज शास्त्र/भूविज्ञान/कृषि
8th March 2017 Wednesday भूगोल
10th March 2017 Friday इतिहास/व्यवसाय अध्यन/रसायन विज्ञानं
14th March 2017 Tuesday लोकशास्त्र
15th March 2017 Wednesday अर्थशास्त्र/शीघ्र लिपि हिंदी/अंग्रेजी/जीवविज्ञान
16th March 2017 Thursday अंग्रेजी साहित्य
17th March 2017 Friday गणित/टंकण लिपि (हिंदी)
(टंकण लिपि का प्रश्न पत्र सुबह ०९:०० बजे से प्रारम्भ किया जाये)
18th March 2017 Saturday कंठसंगीत/वाद्य संगीत (तबला, पखावज, सितार, सरोद, वाइलिन, दिलरुबा, बांसुरी, गिटार)
20th March 2017 Monday हिंदी साहित्य/उर्दू साहित्य/सिंधी साहित्य/गुजराती साहित्य/पंजाबी साहित्य/राजस्थानी साहित्य/फ़ारसी/प्राकृत भाषा/टंकण लिपि (अंग्रेजी)
(टंकण लिपि का प्रश्न पत्र सुबह ०९:०० बजे से प्रारम्भ किया जाये)
21st March 2017 Tuesday मनोविज्ञान
22nd March 2017 Wednesday चित्रकला
23rd March 2017 Thursday दर्शनशास्त्र
24th March 2017 Friday संस्कृत साहित्य
25th March 2017 Saturday गृहविज्ञान

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