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This initiative empowers teachers to use digital innovations to overcome challenges and provide value to their pupils

The HP Idea programme offers teachers in Africa the opportunity to create digital capabilities based on educational frameworks from leading global universities.

The HP Idea programme offers teachers in Africa the opportunity to create digital capabilities based on educational frameworks from leading global universities.
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For veteran teacher Deone Schoeman, learning does not end at the final ring of the bell.

In her Afrikaans first additional language and life-skills classrooms at the Rutanang Primary Enrichment Centre in the North West province, she places an emphasis on revision exercises to be done at home with help from parents. But completing the homework can be challenging – especially since the onset of Covid-19, which led to widespread disruptions to the academic programme.  

“Learners did not submit their homework, and cooperation from parents with regards to the engagement with and completion of homework was a major challenge. We need parents to assist us with facilitating homework so that the classwork can improve,” Schoeman says.

Like many teachers around the world, Schoeman has had to find innovative new ways of providing value to her pupils both in and out of the classroom.

Along with five of her colleagues, she recently enrolled in HP’s Innovation and Digital Education Academy (HP Idea) programme, which, in collaboration with Intel, offers educators in Africa the opportunity to create digital capabilities based on educational frameworks from leading global universities.

The HP Idea programme forces principals and teachers to think innovatively of ways to tackle the various challenges that they are faced with

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, founder of the Umlambo Foundation

HP Idea isn’t a course to teach educators how to use computers; it’s an initiative that gives them the confidence to innovate in how they deliver their classes, now and in future.

The programme is part of HP’s commitment to improving learning outcomes for 100-million people globally by 2025 and has thus far been launched in 15 countries across Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.

In SA, HP partnered with the Umlambo Foundation to roll out the HP Idea programme at local schools.  

“At Umlambo, we believe in the power of education, its ability to change people’s lives, and its power to create a prosperous future,” says Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, founder of the Umlambo Foundation.

"No child should be left behind, and that is why the HP Idea programme is such an inspiring and successful initiative. It forces principals and teachers to think innovatively of ways to tackle the various challenges that they are faced with.”

The six teachers at the Rutanang Primary Enrichment Centre who completed the programme have since adapted its modules to solve the challenges they previously faced.

Schoeman developed strategies – using the d6 School Communicator app, a standalone application designed to simplify school–parent communication – to facilitate group meetings, independent surveys and group surveys for parents to encourage communication and participation.

“This resulted in better compliance from parents and improvements in the completion of homework,” she says.

HP Idea fellow and mathematics teacher Reginald Khutsoane noted a significant increase in student and parent participation since the programme started.

“Learners are now more confident and eager to work than before. Since we adopted techniques learnt from the HP Idea programme, not only are learners more involved but parents as well,” Khutsoane says.

Since we adopted techniques learnt from the HP Idea programme, not only are learners more involved but parents as well

Reginald Khutsoane, HP Idea fellow and mathematics teacher

For technology teacher Ricardo Smit, using the digital innovations he got from the programme brought a renewed sense of excitement to his course material.

“One of my key takeaways was how to transform traditional teaching using technology to accommodate pupils with various barriers to learning. I now incorporate technology in my classroom using problem-based or project-based learning,” he says.

The programme has not only helped these teachers create value for their students but also allowed them to explore new skills in managing a diversified classroom environment.

With more than 28 years' experience as an educator, Agnes Mantsie Lesejane is proof that teacher education is a lifelong journey.

The programme exposed Lesejane to varied teaching methodologies, which she says helped her overcome barriers to inclusive education and plan lessons to better accommodate pupils who speak different languages.

Rutanang Primary School principal Isaac Pila, who enrolled his staff in the HP Idea programme, believes that empowering teachers and equipping them with new skill sets is the only way for them to adapt to the changing landscape of education.

Pila notes that academic results have improved at the school since the programme took effect, while parent participation and collaboration also increased significantly.

“We have used HP Idea's additional teaching strategies to assist in broadening our partnership with parents. Not only are our learners now better able to cope with the curriculum, but they have also shown more interest in learning. The initiatives we have adopted are also spreading to other schools through professional learning communities, where teachers convene interschool forums to share good practices,” Pila says.

HP’s goal is to have 30,000 teachers be part of the HP Idea programme by 2023. Since its inception in September 2020, nearly 500,000 students have stood to benefit from innovations brought into their classrooms by teachers enrolled in the programme.

“It is motivating to know that the value of the programme has a ripple impact on HP Fellows, their careers, their environments and, most importantly, the learners who are the greatest beneficiaries of the programme,” says Mayank Dhingra, HP’s senior education business leader for the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe.

This article was paid for by HP.

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Killexams : Texas Report Finds Police Failures in Uvalde School Shooting

UVALDE, Texas—Systemic failures by hundreds of heavily armed law-enforcement officers responding to the Uvalde school massacre resulted in a delayed confrontation with the shooter that may have cost lives, a review by Texas lawmakers found.

Although 376 officers from local, state and federal agencies rushed to the May shooting at Uvalde’s Robb Elementary, none took command of the chaotic scene, effectively leaving the inexperienced local school district police department to lead the response, according to the preliminary findings by a committee of the Texas House of Representatives.

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Killexams : Damning report, new footage show chaos of Uvalde response

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Two months after the Uvalde school massacre, Texas state police on Monday announced an internal review into the actions of dozens of troopers who were at Robb Elementary during 73 minutes of bewildering inaction by law enforcement as a gunman slaughtered 19 children and two teachers.

The announcement appeared to widen the fallout of a damning 80-page report released over the weekend by the Texas House that revealed failures at all levels of law enforcement and identified 91 state troopers at the scene — more than all Uvalde officers combined. It also amounted to a public shift by the Texas Department of Public Safety, which until now has largely criticized local authorities for failing to confront the gunman sooner.

The report made public Sunday laid bare for the first time just how massive a presence state police and U.S. Border Patrol had on the scene during one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history.

“You got 91 troopers on the scene. You got all the equipment you could possibly want, and you’re listening to the local school cop?” said state Sen. Roland Gutierrez, a Democrat whose district includes Uvalde and who has accused DPS of seeking to minimize its role in the response.

The findings that Border Patrol agents and state troopers made up more than half of the 376 law enforcement officials who rushed to the South Texas school on May 24 spread the responsibility for a slow and bungled response far wider than previous accounts that emphasized mistakes by Uvalde officers.

The report made clear that “egregiously poor decision making” by authorities went beyond local law enforcement in Uvalde, who were eventually outnumbered more than 5-to-1 by state and federal officers at the scene. Other local police from the area around Uvalde also responded to the shooting.

The report puts a new spotlight on the roles of state and federal agencies whose leaders, unlike local authorities, haven't had to sit through meetings where they were confronted by the furious parents of the dead children.

Of the nearly 400 officers who converged on the school, only two are currently known to be on leave pending investigation into their actions: Pete Arredondo, the Uvalde Consolidated School District police chief, and Lt. Mariano Pargas, a Uvalde Police Department officer who was the city’s acting police chief during the massacre.

State police have previously said no troopers at the scene have been suspended. On Monday, Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said the findings in the report “are beyond disturbing” but did not single out any one agency.

Texas DPS did not put a timeline on when the review would be complete. It said the actions of every trooper, state police agent and Texas Ranger on the scene would be examined “to determine if any violations of policy, law, or doctrine occurred."

Col. Steve McCraw, the director of Texas DPS, has previously laid much of the blame for the response at Arredondo, identifying him as the incident commander and criticizing him for treating the gunman in the classroom as a barricaded subject and not an active shooter.

The new report — the fullest accounting yet of the tragedy — also says Arredondo wasted critical time during the shooting by searching for a key to the classroom and not treating the gunman with more urgency. But it also emphasized that all law enforcement at the scene fumbled the response.

“There is no one to whom we can attribute malice or ill motives. Instead, we found systemic failures and egregiously poor decision making,” the report said.

Abbott said there are “critical changes needed” but in a statement did not address whether any officers or agencies should be held accountable.

In Uvalde, meetings of the city council and school board in the eight weeks since the shooting have become recurring scenes of residents shouting at elected leaders for police accountability, which continued after the report was made public.

“It’s disgusting. Disgusting,” said Michael Brown, whose 9-year-old son was in the school’s cafeteria on the day of the shooting and survived. “They’re cowards.”

According to the report, the gunman fired approximately 142 rounds inside the school — and it is “almost certain” that at least 100 shots came before any officer entered, according to the committee, which laid out numerous failures.

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Killexams : UCF removes anti-racist statements from department websites

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The University of Central Florida has removed anti-racist statements from departmental websites, a move that one professor has decried as an “infringement on academic freedom” in the wake of the passage of a Republican-backed law that restricts how race can be taught.

Ann Gleig, a religious studies professor, said in an email Wednesday that the anti-racist statement on the philosophy department's website and those of other departments have been taken down. The philosophy department's statement was crafted in the summer of 2020 following the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis, she said.

“This is a complete infringement of academic freedom," Gleig said. “The statement was crafted over a period of time with dialogue and input across a twenty person plus faculty trained in philosophy, religion and cultural studies and the humanities."

Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis last spring signed into law what he has called the “Stop WOKE Act.” Restricting how race is discussed in schools, colleges and workplace training programs, the law prohibits any teaching that could make students or workers feel they bear personal responsibility for historic wrongs because of their race, color, sex or national origin.

The law, which took effect July 1, bars instruction that an individual’s “moral character or status as either privileged or oppressed is determined by his or her race, color, sex, or national origin."

According to the Orlando Sentinel, the anthropology department's website at UCF said, “We acknowledge that many of us are born with unearned privilege, while others are denied basic human rights."

“We decry this history, commit ourselves to rectifying it, and stand with those working to build an antiracist future for our nation," the statement said.

In an email, UCF spokesperson Chad Binette said the school recently removed departmental statements that could be seen as “potentially inconsistent with our commitment to creating a welcoming environment — one where faculty objectively engage students in robust, scholarly discussions that expand their knowledge and empower them to freely express their views and form their own perspectives."

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Killexams : Meet the Winner of HP's Girls Save the World Challenge

Elizabeth Nyamwange hopes to make her gender-equality-meets-blockchain-technology dream a reality.

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When HP, Inc. put out a worldwide call last fall for girls ages 13 to 18 to submit innovative ideas about how to address an environmental or social issue in their community, more than 800 applications poured in from 148 countries.

With its Girls Save the World challenge, HP awarded the grand prize to the development and implementation of: Etana, a low-cost, solar-powered fingerprint scanner that provides women in developing nations with a digital proof of identity even if they don’t have access to the Internet or electricity.

Elizabeth Nyamwange, 16, from Byron, Illinois, had developed a gender-equality-meets-blockchain-technology and was looking for funding prior to hearing about the program. “I was so surprised that I won,” Nyamwange says. “It was a shock for me because I wasn’t positive if it was ever going to happen because I didn’t have the funding for it. I’m really, really grateful.”

The concept of the digital identification gap women in developing nations face, which limits their access to such important resources as judicial protection, health care, and banking, intrigued Nyamwange because of her relationship with her family in Kenya. “I’m really close with my family over there, especially a lot of the girls, and talking to them is a big part of where this idea came from,” says the first-generation American who attends the Illinois Math and Science Academy in Auora.

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Killexams : HP unveils four new business and consumer all-in-ones with Ivy Bridge insides

HP Expands All-in-One PC Portfolio, Offering Businesses and Consumers Performance, Reliability and Security

PALO ALTO, Calif., July 9, 2012 - HP today expanded its all-in-one desktop PC portfolio with business and consumer designs that deliver multimedia-rich performance, trusted reliability and enhanced security in a small footprint.

The new all-in-ones are designed as cost-, space- and energy-efficient alternatives to a
traditional desktop and monitor combination for consumers and businesses, including
government, healthcare, education and retail customers. The new lineup also includes
touch-enabled solutions for businesses, building on 30 years of touch-technology
innovation for convenient and intuitive computing.

"Customers have been asking for all-in-one PC designs that do not compromise on
performance, reliability or security," said Emilio Ghilardi, vice president, PC Division,
Americas, HP. "With these sleek, elegant designs and powerful options, HP continues to
innovate to meet the needs of a growing marketplace."

Products announced today are:

- HP Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One, HP's highest-quality all-in-one business PC,
featuring security and management features with optional touch capability

- HP Compaq Pro 6300 All-in-One, offering the optimal combination of productivity,
performance and serviceability needed to satisfy most everyday business and public
sector computing requirements

- HP ENVY 23 All-in-One, an ideal PC for consumers who demand a sleek design and
enhanced performance

- HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One, offering essential features and processing power for
everyday computing tasks

"All-in-one PCs are expected to grow in popularity, accounting for 27 percent ofvworldwide desktop PC sales by 2016," said Danielle Levitas, group vice president, IDC. "In a accurate commercial PC buyer study in the United States, IDC found that the purchase intent
for all-in-ones was up across the range of small to large businesses. This trend puts
vendors with a broad offering of all-in-one products and options-like HP-in a very good
position to meet that growing commercial demand."

Smart designs for accelerated business efficiency
The HP Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One Business PC, HP's most powerful and multimediarich all-in-one PC, provides demanding enterprise users with proven performance and the option for intuitive touch experiences. An attractive, space-efficient solution ideal for customer-facing work areas, kiosks and more, the PC features a 23-inch diagonal, full high-definition (HD) display with an optional built-in 2-megapixel (MP) webcam and dual microphone array. SRS Premium Sound PRO™ also comes standard for high-frequency definition in a variety of listening environments.

Powered by third- and second-generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors that provide
outstanding performance, the HP Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One offers IntelHD Graphics
or a choice of discrete graphics to enhance imagery and multimedia capabilities. Intel
Smart Response Technology disk cache solution also delivers a level of performance
normally associated with solid state drives, while retaining the data-storage capacity of
today's large hard disk drives.

With its added touch functionality, the HP Compaq Elite 8300 Touch All-in-One employs
multitouch, optical technology for interactive healthcare, retail and other applications. The
multitouch technology recognizes simultaneous input from two fingers to enable the use
of gestures, and the onboard suite of HP touch-enabled software provides interaction
with files, media and productivity applications.

The HP Compaq Elite 8300 Touch All-in-One provides a solution for healthcare patients to
conveniently enter personal data and for students to stay engaged. Both of the spacesaving HP Compaq Elite 8300 models also feature VESA-compatible mounting which
allows retail business to save valuable floor space while manufacturing facilities can
deploy systems in easily accessible areas without cluttering work space.

The HP Compaq Pro 6300 All-in-One Business PC is a mainstream business-class all-inone designed for reliable and consistent computing. The non-touch PC sports third- and second-generation Intel Core processors with optional discrete graphics for solid performance and simple manageability for growing business environments, including government organizations. It offers a 21.5-inch diagonal, full HD, LED backlit display, internal stereo speakers and optional 2MP webcam.

The new business all-in-ones include multilayered client security features that safeguard
data, devices and user identities. Simple, centralized deployment through HP
ProtectTools delivers defense features, such as hard-drive encryption, HP Face
Recognition, HP Disk Sanitizer and HP File Sanitizer. HP BIOS Protection offers
hardware-level defense against virus attacks and other security threats.

Each of the announced desktops is preinstalled with Microsoft® Windows®. Microsoft also
recognized HP as the 2012 Communications Market Acceleration Partner of the Year, in
celebration of the company's advanced sales and deployment of Microsoft Lync, which
provides instant access to applications for collaboration. The business desktops also offer a choice of available tools with HP Client Management and include the new HP Premier Image, which features a full suite of business software and antivirus protection, while eliminating trial-ware and other distractions. Globally consistent SKUs further simplify enterprise deployment and management, while a multitiered testing process of more than 115,000 hours helps ensure a lasting investment.

Stylish, affordable all-in-one PCs for every consumer
The HP ENVY 23 and HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One PCs combine elegant design with robust
performance. Both offer full 1080p HD 23-inch diagonal displays, multicore processors,
advanced graphics and up to 2 terabytes (TB) of storage to accommodate the demands of
any user. The HP ENVY 23 All-in-One PC offers an elegant, free-standing display with edge-to-edge glass that can be wall-mounted.

Engineered for an enriched entertainment experience, the HP ENVY 23 comes standard with Beats Audio™ and offers optional HDMI-in port, Bluray disc drive and TV tuner. The HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One PC features a slim and elegant easel design and provides a choice of Intel or AMD processors that deliver exceptional performance at an affordable price.

Both PCs offer wireless capabilities and exclusive features such as the HP TrueVision HD
Webcam, HP Magic Canvas and HP LinkUp for the latest in connected entertainment and
convenience. HP Magic Canvas software enables users to expand the desktop horizontally to accommodate photos, videos and applications. Microsoft Windows desktop shortcuts, task bar and start menu can all be accessed through the HP Magic Canvas, so users can use entertainment and work applications in the same place.

Pricing and availability

- The HP Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One Business PC starts at $879 and is expected to be
available on Sept. 10. The HP Compaq Elite 8300 Touch All-in-One starts at $929 and is
expected to be available on Sept. 10.

- The HP Compaq Pro 6300 All-in-One Business PC starts at $799 and is expected to be
available on Sept. 3.

- The HP ENVY 23 All-in-One starts at $949.99 and is expected to be available at HP
Home & Home Office on Aug. 2 and select retailers nationwide on Aug. 5.

- The HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One starts at $649.99 and is expected to be available at HP
Home & Home Office on Aug. 2 and select retailers nationwide on Aug. 5.

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Killexams : HPBOSE Class 10th Result 2022 (Released): Get List of Websites To Check HP Board 10th Result Here

HP Board 10th Result Link: HP Board class 10th result 2022 has been announced today in online mode. Students who appeared for the HPBOSE 10th test will be able to check their respective results at the official website - 


HPBOSE Class 10th Result 2022
HPBOSE Class 10th Result 2022

HPBOSE 10th Result 2022 Declared

HPBOSE Class 10th Result 2022: The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE)  has announced the HP Board Class 10 Results 2022 for over 1 lakh students. The HPBOSE Class 10 Result has been released based on the Term 1 and Term 2 scores. Students will be able to check their HP Board 10th result 2022 at In addition to this, students should note that HP Board 10th Class Result 2022 is also available first on this page of and via the link provided below as well. 

Check HPBOSE 10th Result 2022 - Direct Link (Available Now)

HPBOSE Class 10th Result 2022, HP Board 10th Result Link: As per the updates, the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) will soon announce the HP Board class 10th result in online mode. After the declaration of HPBOSE 10th result 2022, students will have to visit the official website - to check. Apart from the official website, a direct link to check HPBOSE 10th result will be available on this page too. Students will have to use their roll number to check the HP board 10th class result 2022.

Apart from this, the HP Board 10th result 2022 can also be accessed through SMS and students can get their results in offline mode from their respective schools. As per the details shared by HPBOSE, a total of 1.15 lakh students have appeared for class 10th exam. This year, the board conducted the HP Board 10th exams in 2 terms. Students must note that, the Himachal Pradesh 10th result 2022 will be treated as the final results, which will have the performance of the student in both the terms.

Check List of Websites to Get HPBOSE 10th Result 2022

Himachal Board class 10th exams were conducted between 26th March to 13th April 2022 in offline mode. Once announced, students can check HPBOSE 10th results 2022 on the official site and some other third party websites using the login credentials.  Students can check HP Board result 2022 on the below-mentioned websites - 


Check Latest Updates on HP Board Class 10th Result 2022 Here

What Are The Alternatives Ways To Check HPBOSE 10th Result 2022? 

To get Himachal Board Class 10 result through the official websites, the students need to enter their roll number. Apart from the official website the HP Board 10th result 2022 will be available through SMS.  To check the Himachal Pradesh Class 10th result via SMS, students need to follow the below-prescribed format - 

    • Open the SMS application
    • Type ‘HP<space>10-digit test roll number’
    • Send it to 56263
    • The HP board result will be sent via SMS.

How To download HPBOSE 10th Result 2022?

The HP Board 10th result 2022 would be made available online for students to view and check on the official website of the board at Students will need their test roll number and other credentials to log in and check their HPBOSE Class 10th results. The digital marksheet of HP Board will appear on the screen. Candidates must take a printout and download it for future reference. 

Also read: HPBOSE 10th Results 2022: Know When Where and How to check Class 10 Results

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Killexams : HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 (Link Active): 93.91% Students Pass, Check HP Board Class 12 Results at

HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 (Declared): HP Board Class 12 Result 2022 has been declared for the Plus Two Class students today. Today afternoon at 12 PM, the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) has declared the HP 12th Result 2022 for Plus Two students. A total of 87,871 of which 93.91% students have cleared the test with flying colours. In terms of improvement in the results, the overall pass percentage for HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 has seen marginal improvement from 92.77% last year. Now with the official declaration done, students can now check their HPBOSE Class 12 Results 2022 online via the official website - However, at the time of filing of this story, the website had crashed and was rendered unavailable. In such case, students can rely on to check their results via the link provided below:

Check HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 - Direct Link (Available Now)

Updated as on: 18th June at 12:20 PM

HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 Date and Time Confirmed: HP Board 12th Result 2022 will be declared today, as per the latest updates. The Dharamshala office of HPBOSE - Himachal Pradesh Board of Secondary Education has hinted that the HP Board 12ht Result 2022 Plus Two students will be declared today afternoon. While an official confirmation about the same is still awaited from the Himachal Pradesh Board Officials, students have been advised to stay vigilant about the same and be ready to check and access their HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 online via the official website - HPBOSE Class 12 Results 2022 will be published online and made available in the form of a digital scorecard which will contain the subject-wise marks scored by the students. In order to download the HPBOSE 12th Class Result Marksheet, students need to log onto the website and enter their test roll number and other details. Apart from official website, the first and priority access to HPBOSE Class 12 Results will also be available through via the links provided below:

Check HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 - Direct Link (Available at 11 AM)

Updated as on: 18th June @ 11:30 AM

HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 Date and Time Confirmed: Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) is all set to declare the HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 today - 18th June 2022. The latest update coming from the Dharamshala office of HP Board has suggested that the HPBOSE Class 12 Results will be declared today for Plus Two Students. While the official notification with regards to HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 still awaited, it is important for students to be ready to check results as and when it is announced. In order to check HP Board Class 12 Results 2022 online, students will need their hall ticket or admit cards and the details available therein. Post formal declaration by HPBOSE Officials, students will be able to check Himachal Pradesh Board Class 12 Results 2022 online via the official website - 

Updated as on: 18th June at 8:30 AM

HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 Date and Time Confirmed: Putting an end to the agonizing wait, the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) is expected to declare the HP Board 12th Result 2022 for Plus Two students today. Yes, on 18th June, the HPBOSE 12th Results 2022 will be declared for nearly 80 thousand students who have appeared for the test this year. Like every year, the board plans to declare the HPBOSE Class 12 Results 2022 first in a press meet, which is expected to be held at the Dharamshala office of the board. Following this, the HP Board 12th Results 2022 will be published and made available to the students digitally through the official website - 

HPOBSE 12th Results to be Final as per Term 1 and Term 2 Exams

For the 2022 session, the HPBOSE has held the Himachal Pradesh Plus Two annual board exams in two terms i.e., Term 1 and Term 2. The unique format of holding HP Board 12th test 2022 in two different terms was a decision that the board took in the light of the pandemic situation which impacted the academic session of the students. However, the HPBOSE 12th Results 2022 being declared now will be the final result which will consist of the compilation of both Term 1 and Term 2 marks scored by the students. Therefore, students are even more excited to check the HPBOSE 12th Results 2022 as it consists of the outcome of their performance in two exams which were held at different periods.

With the change in the test format and term 1 and term 2 results expected, there has been some confusion among the HP Board students as to how to check HPBOSE 12th Result 2022. Such students should note that while there has been a major change in the test format and structure, the way HP Board 12th Results 2022 will be declared remains the same. To check their HPBOSE Result 2022 for Plus Two Exams, students will be required to log onto the test portal - and locate the link for the Results section on the website. Upon clicking on this link, students will be taken to a new page with an input field for test roll number. After entering the test roll number as provided in your hall ticket and submitting it on the website, students will be shown their HPBOSE 12th Result 2022 digital scorecard. After checking the details online, students can download the scorecard and take printouts of the same for future reference.

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Killexams : HP (HPQ) Stock Moves -0.22%: What You Should Know

HP (HPQ) closed the most accurate trading day at $31.33, moving -0.22% from the previous trading session. This change was narrower than the S&P 500's daily loss of 0.92%. Meanwhile, the Dow lost 0.62%, and the Nasdaq, a tech-heavy index, added 0.05%.

Coming into today, shares of the personal computer and printer maker had lost 6.99% in the past month. In that same time, the Computer and Technology sector lost 0.73%, while the S&P 500 lost 1%.

Wall Street will be looking for positivity from HP as it approaches its next earnings report date. The company is expected to report EPS of $1.05, up 5% from the prior-year quarter. Meanwhile, the Zacks Consensus Estimate for revenue is projecting net sales of $15.84 billion, up 3.59% from the year-ago period.

Looking at the full year, our Zacks Consensus Estimates suggest analysts are expecting earnings of $4.31 per share and revenue of $66.07 billion. These totals would mark changes of +13.72% and +4.06%, respectively, from last year.

It is also important to note the accurate changes to analyst estimates for HP. accurate revisions tend to reflect the latest near-term business trends. With this in mind, we can consider positive estimate revisions a sign of optimism about the company's business outlook.

Based on our research, we believe these estimate revisions are directly related to near-team stock moves. To benefit from this, we have developed the Zacks Rank, a proprietary model which takes these estimate changes into account and provides an actionable rating system.

The Zacks Rank system, which ranges from #1 (Strong Buy) to #5 (Strong Sell), has an impressive outside-audited track record of outperformance, with #1 stocks generating an average annual return of +25% since 1988. The Zacks Consensus EPS estimate remained stagnant within the past month. HP currently has a Zacks Rank of #3 (Hold).

Looking at its valuation, HP is holding a Forward P/E ratio of 7.29. This represents a no noticeable deviation compared to its industry's average Forward P/E of 7.29.

It is also worth noting that HPQ currently has a PEG ratio of 1.82. This popular metric is similar to the widely-known P/E ratio, with the difference being that the PEG ratio also takes into account the company's expected earnings growth rate. The Computer - Mini computers was holding an average PEG ratio of 1.85 at yesterday's closing price.

The Computer - Mini computers industry is part of the Computer and Technology sector. This group has a Zacks Industry Rank of 91, putting it in the top 37% of all 250+ industries.

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Killexams : HP Police constable recruitment exam: Probe cops’ involvement in paper leak scam: DGP tells SIT

Days after a chargesheet was filed in the police constable recruitment paper leak case, Himachal Pradesh director general of police (DGP) Sanjay Kundu on Tuesday directed the special investigation team (SIT) to probe the involvement of cops.

The DGP said, “To take the probe into the constable recruitment examination to a logical conclusion, it has been decided that the SIT constituted for the purpose will also look into acts of commission (acts done) by police officers involved in the conduct of the examination.”

“There are three FIRs registered – one at Kangra, another at Solan and one with the crime investigation department – and the SIT will probe the role of police officers in all three,” he said.

A board comprising inspector general (communication and technical services), deputy inspector general (DIG, police training) and deputy controller (finance and accounts) will look into the acts of omission (failure to act), if any, by police officers involved in the constable recruitment exam.

The SIT had earlier sent a set of separate questionnaires to the police recruitment board chairperson, inspector general of police (IGP) JP Singh and the other members comprising the question paper setting committee and question paper printing committee. The committees have four members each.

The state’s home department had notified the revised Himachal Pradesh Police Department Recruitment (Recruitment of Constable Rules) in 2021, providing for constitution of the Himachal Pradesh Police Recruitment Board and initiation of the online process for inviting applications.

The board comprised an additional director general of police (armed police and training), all inspectors general (IGs range, welfare and administration) and deputy inspectors general (DIGs, range).

The board was entrusted with the responsibility of supervising the recruitment process. At district level, the recruitment committee was headed by range IGs and DIGs. It comprised one commandant of the state police battalion nominated by the DIG or superintendents of police (SPs) of the districts concerned and one medical officer nominated by the chief medical officer.

The SIT on July 1 had filed a chargesheet against 91 accused involved in the paper-leak racket in the court of the Kangra chief judicial magistrate. Seventy candidates, 20 middlemen and the father of a candidate were named in the charge sheet.From history sheeters to an engineer, cricket organiser, transporter, railway clerk, and income tax officer, around 171 people from different walks of life have been arrested in the Himachal Pradesh constable recruitment case so far.

Among them, 116 were candidates, nine were fathers of candidates, and 46 were agents, of which 21 were from the hill state. The accused were arrested under Sections 420 (cheating), 201 (causing disappearance of evidence or proving false information) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code. The police claim it is the biggest paper leak scam in the country.

Interstate gangs were involved in the paper leak. Their network was spread across 10 states, including Punjab, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Bihar, UP, Haryana, Delhi, and Rajasthan. As per call records, three interstate gangs from Bihar, UP and Haryana were working in tandem to sell solved question papers through a vast network of agents.

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