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Exam Conducting Bal Vikas School Booked for Violating DMA in Pune

(Pune)Exam Conducting Bal Vikas School Booked for Violating DMA
A case was registered against an educational institute in Pune district on Friday for holding a class 11 examination by calling students to the college in defiance of restrictions in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
The case was registered against the principal and board of directors of Bal Vikas School run by Snehvardhan education trust at Talegaon Dabhade for violating the Disaster Management Act, Pandemic Act
The school allegedly called 27 students of class 11 for an examination of Information Technology (IT) subject on Friday.
The message about the exam was put on the school’s WhatsApp group

मिडडेमील की ₹ ५६१ तक की राशि छात्रों के बैंकएकाउंट में जाएगी

IMG-20200607-WA0014#मिडडेमील की राशि छात्रों के बैंकएकाउंट में जाएगी
#बुलन्दशहर में सरकारी स्कूलों के अध्यापक और स्टाफ को शिक्षणसंस्थाओं में रिपोर्ट करने के आदेश
#जिलाबेसिकशिक्षाअधिकारी अखंडप्रतापसिंह द्वारा 6 जून को जारी आदेशानुसार शिक्षक+प्रधानाचार्य+अनुदेशक+शिक्षामित्रों को 8 जून की प्रातः 8 बजे अपने शिक्षण संस्थानों में रिपोर्ट करनी होगी
प्राप्त जानकारी के अनुसार कोरोना के कारण स्कूलों की बन्दी की अवधि के लिए छात्रों को #मिडडेमील की ₹ 374 से लेकर ₹ 561 तक की एक मुश्त राशि उनके बैंक एकाउंट में भेजी जानी है जिसके लिए स्कूलों में लाभार्थियों के बैंक खाते और आधार वगैरह कागजातों का मिलान किया जाएगा

HC Gives 2 Weeks to DSGMC Schools to Disburse Salary of Teachers

(New Delhi)HC Gives 2 Weeks to DSGMC Schools to Disburse Salary Arrears of Teachers
The Delhi High Court has granted two weeks’ time to five schools run by the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) to pay salary arrears to its teachers, some of whom have not been paid since December last year.
A bench of justices Vipin Sanghi and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal said “there can be no justification for non-payment of salaries” when fees were being charged from the students.
The schools had contended that the salaries could not be paid as fee arrears from students had accumulated.
The bench rejected the contention and granted the schools two weeks’ time to “positively clear and pay all the arrears” to the affected teachers.
The teachers of the school at India Gate had said they had received 85 per cent of their January salary and nothing thereafter.

कोरोनावधि में फीस वसूलने वाले स्कूलों पर बरसे उपमुख्यमंत्री सिसोदिया

(नयी दिल्ली) कोरोनावधि में फीस वसूलने वाले स्कूलों पर बरसे उपमुख्यमंत्री सिसोदिया
दिल्ली राज्य के उप मुख्यमंत्री मनीष सिसोदिया ने संवाददाता सम्मलेन में कहा, ‘‘ स्कूलों द्वारा शुल्क बढ़ाए जाने के संबंध में हमें कई शिकायतें मिलीं और यातायात शुल्क भी वसूले जा रहे हैं जिसका बंद के दौरान कोई इस्तेमाल तक नहीं हो रहा है। स्कूलों को ट्यूशन शुल्क से ज्यादा वसूलने की इजाजत नहीं है।’’
शिक्षा मंत्री ने स्पष्ट किया कि यातायात शुल्क, सालाना शुल्क या कोई भी अन्य शुल्क बंद के दौरान वसूला नहीं जा सकता है जो कि तीन मई तक जारी रहेगा।
उन्होंने कहा, ‘‘ कोई भी स्कूल एक समय पर तीन महीने का शुल्क नहीं वसूल सकते हैं। इस शुल्क को महीने के हिसाब से लिया जाएगा। स्कूलों को अनुबंध पर रखे गए कर्मचारियों समेत सभी कर्मियों को वेतन देने का निर्देश दिया जाता है, वे अपने पैतृक संगठनों से कोष के लिए संपर्क कर सकते हैं।’’
उन्होंने कहा कि शुल्क जमा हो या नहीं किसी भी छात्र को ऑनलाइन कक्षा में शामिल होने से नहीं रोका जा सकता है।

133 Bhutanese Students Stranded in Punjab Airlifted Back

(Phagwara,Pb)133 Bhutanese Students Stranded in Punjab Sent Back
They were studying in different parts of the state,
They were stranded in Punjab due to a lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19
All were airlifted to their country through a special flight from Amritsar on Monday,
Special flight was arranged by the Bhutanese government only after getting tested for the virus.

EC Postpones Elections to 11 UP MLCs Seats amid Lockdown

(Lucknow,UP) EC Postpones Elections to 11 UP MLC Seats amid Lockdown
These seats will fall vacant in May in view of the ongoing lockdown
The EC, however, did not give a date for holding the elections in its order issued on Friday.
“The tenure of 5 MLCs from
graduates’ constituency and
6 MLCs from teachers’ constituency
is coming to an end on May 6. Hence, elections should be held on these seats,” Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh Ajay Kumar Shukla said in a statement.
The Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council has 100 seats. At present, it has a strength of 99, while one seat is vacant.
The lockdown, which came into force on March 25, was imposed by the Centre to control the spread of coronavirus in the country.

C’Garh School Students to be Promoted Without Exams

Raipur, Apr 1 (PTI) C’Garh School Students to be Promoted Without Exams
Chhattisgarh government has decided to promote students of all classes, except 10th and 12th standards, of the state schools without exams
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel took a decision in this regard late Tuesday evening,
On March 19, the state government shut all schools to prevent the spread of the deadly viral infection.
However, a decision would be taken later on exams of some subjects of Classes 10 and 12 being conducted by the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) which could not be held due to the lockdown, he sa

Prez Trump Preaching Kids Sit Back,Behave,Wash Hands,Be Proud of USA

President of USA Donald J Trump Preached
Kids!
Sit back,
Behave
Wash hands and
Be proud of US
This advised is made for millions of American kids staying indoors with their parents due to coronavirus shutdown in the US
The authorities now believe that the rapidly-spreading disease could fundamentally upend life for months.
Speaking to reporters on Friday, President Trump was asked what would he say to millions of school kids across the county who are staying at home.
“I would say that they have a duty to sit back, watch, behave, wash their hands, stay in the apartment with mom and dad,” Trump told reporters at a White House news conference
According to Johns Hopkins University data, 27,333 people have died due to the disease across over 170 coutries. Italy has the highest number of deaths at 9,134, followed by Spain 5,138 and China 3,174.
The United States leads in the number of COVID-19 with 104,007 infections confirmed so far, followed by Italy (86,498) and China (81,906). Nearly 17,00 people have died from the disease in America.

Educational+Social +Political Activity Banned Till 31st March:Anil Vij

(Chd,Haryana)Educational+Social +Political Activity Banned Till 31st March:Anil Vij
Haryana’s Home and Health Minister Anil Vij said a ban had also been imposed on holding political, cultural and social gatherings or sports events that attract a crowd of more than 200 people with immediate effect.
Both government and private schools across the state will remain closed till March 31, Vij said, adding that the decision was taken after a Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar held a meeting with senior officials including those from the health department.
However, students will appear for their board/annual/assessment examinations as per schedule, Vij said.
On Friday, the Department of School Education had ordered the closure of all government and private schools in five districts of the state including Gurugram, Sonepat, Rohtak, Jhajjar and Faridabad till March 31.
About the measures taken by the health department to prevent spread of infection, Vij said all districts have been attached with a nearby medical college so that ventilators can be made available at a short notice if the need arises.
The Haryana government had on Thursday declared the coronavirus an epidemic.
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar has assured the people of the state that there was no need to panic as all measures were being undertaken to prevent the spread of the infection

US State Legislature Lifts 27 Yrs Old Yoga Ban But Says no to Namaste

(Washington)US State Legislature Lifts Ban From Yoga But Says no to Namaste
American state legislature has voted to lift the decades-old ban on yoga, but prohibited the use of namaste at a time when world leaders are adopting this way of greeting amid fears of the spread of coronavirus.
Pushed by conservative groups, the Alabama Board of Education in 1993 had voted to prohibit yoga, along with hypnosis and meditation in public schools in the state.
Moved by state legislator Jeremy Gray from the Democratic Party, Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday voted 84-17 to pass the Yoga Bill.
The Alabama House of Representatives while lifting the ban on yoga prohibited the use of namaste.
The bill now moves to the state Senate and if approved and signed by Governor Kay Ivey, it would become a law and end a 27-year ban in K-12 schools.