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Himachal Pradesh: Exams Of Classes 9, 12 To Be Held In 2 Terms On 50:50 Syllabus Basis

Exams for Classes 9 and 12 in Himachal Pradesh will be conducted in two terms

New Delhi:

Secondary stage examinations in Himachal Pradesh for 2021-22 batch of Class 9 and 12, under the National Education Policy (NEP)-2020, would be conducted in two terms on the basis of 50:50 syllabus in November 2021 and March 2022 respectively.

Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education in a notification said, "Under NEP 2020, secondary stage examinations for 2021-22 batch of class 9th to 12th will be conducted in two terms on the basis of 50:50 syllabus in November 2021 and March 2022 respectively.

There will also be a reduction of 30 per cent in the course as per the last academic session 2020-21, the notification read.

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Killexams : Himachal Pradesh Announces Classes 10, 12 Board Exams Dates
Himachal Pradesh Announces Classes 10, 12 Board Exams Dates

Himachal Pradesh Announces Classes 10, 12 Board Exams Dates

New Delhi:

Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education Board (HPBOSE) has announced the dates for Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations on its official website hpbose.org. The Class 10 board exams will be conducted in the morning shift from 8:45 am to 12:00 pm and Class 12 board exams will be in the evening shift from 1:45 pm to 5:00 pm. The Class 10 and Class 12 board exams will begin from April 13 in the pen-and-paper format at the designated examination centres.

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Himachal Pradesh Class 12 board exams

Class 12 board papers will be held separately for the Science, Commerce and Arts streams.

Science papers will begin with Chemistry on April 16, Mathematics on April 22, Biology on May 3, and Physics on May 5.

Commerce papers will begin with Economics on April 24, Accountancy on May 3, Business Studies paper on May 10, and Financial Literacy on May 4.

Arts papers will begin with Philosophy on April 4, Psychology on April 23, Sociology on April 24, Political Science on April 27 and History on March 5,

The Computer Science and Physical Education papers will be on May 7.

Himachal Pradesh Class 10 board exams

The major Class 10 board papers have been scheduled as follow

Hindi paper will be on April 13, Maths paper on April 16, Science and Technology paper on April 19, English paper on April 22, Social Science on April 26 and the vocational papers will be on April 28.

The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education Board had reduced the board exams syllabus for all the classes owing to the lack of offline classes for the students and incomplete syllabus. The test centres have also been designated in a way to avoid overcrowding inside the test halls.

Exam-day instructions for theory exams

  • The candidates will have to mention the series number on Class 12 English, Hindi, Political Science, Maths, Economics, Biology, Accountancy, Business studies, and Sanskrit papers

  • Candidates must the mention the correct question paper number against their responses in the answer sheet

  • Question paper and answer sheets will be distributed 15 minutes before the test time.

  • The candidates will not be allowed to wear smart watches, carry calculators or other electronic gadgets inside the test hall

Himachal Pradesh board practical exams

The practical examinations will be conducted in the in-person mode before the theory papers. The Class 10 board practical exams will be from March 26 to April 8, 2021 and Class 12 board practical exams will be from March 24 to April 8.

HPBOSE officials also clarified that the schools will have to conduct the practical exams on their own within the given time and it will not be releasing the questions papers for the practical papers.

Exam-day instructions for practical exams

The HPBOSE also released a list of exam-day instructions that have to be followed by the Class 10 and Class 12 students appearing for the practical exams.

  • Students have been mandated to wear face masks inside the examination hall.

  • They must report at their schools half-an-hour before the test time

  • They will have to wash their hands with soap or clean their hands with sanitizer and then enter the examination hall

  • The schools will have to ensure social distancing inside the test halls

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    Killexams : PhD entrance test for HPU faculty opposed

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    Shimla, July 18

    The Himachal Pradesh Government College Teachers’ Association (HGCTA) has opposed the PhD entrance test for faculty members of the HPU and its affiliated government colleges.

    “It has come to the notice of the HGCTA that the HPU authorities will conduct the PhD entrance test for the faculty members. It will be discussed at the upcoming meeting of the Executive Council on July 20 and they will oppose it,” said general secretary, HGCTA, Dr RL Sharma.

    It has come to the notice of the Himachal Pradesh Government College Teachers Association that the HPU authorities will conduct the PhD entrance test for the faculty members. It will be discussed at the upcoming meeting of the Executive Council on July 20 and they will oppose it. — Dr RL Sharma, General secy, HGCTA

    Government teachers are placed on the seniority list on the basis of their recruitment and the quota for one seat in all departments for the faculty members of the HPU-affiliated colleges to pursue PhD on the basis of seniority exists since 2011.

    Teachers working in the HPU and collages have qualified exams and several faculty members are waiting for their turn to pursue the PHD programme as per their seniority list. They will be left in the lurch. The proposal to admit faculty though an entrance test is a violation of service rules, the members rued.

    The syllabus for the test will be of the postgraduate level. However, most teachers in the colleges are teaching the undergraduate classes (UG) and are posted in rural areas and it will be difficult for them to compete with the new entrants, who will have an edge, they stated.

    As per the new provisions, PhD will be mandatory to become associate professors in the colleges and a change in the parameters will deny promotion to senior college teachers. In total, senior teachers of 305 colleges will be hit by the new rule.

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    Killexams : NEET 2021: High Court directs Maharishi Markandeshwar Medical College to redraw MBBS merit list

    Shimla: Observing that the Maharishi Markandeshwar Medical College (MMMC) had admitted three students while violating the NEET UG 2021 merit list, the Himachal Pradesh High Court recently directed the college to redraw the merit list of the admission to the MBBS course in respect of mop up round counselling.

    Such a decision has been taken by the court after a dental student approached the court and claimed that she had been denied admission while three management quota students had been upgraded for the State quota seats even though they scored lesser marks than the petitioner in the medical entrance examination.

    Therefore, directing the college to admit the petitioner, the HC bench comprising of Justices Sabina and Satyen Vaidya noted, "Admission of respondents 6 to 8 in state quota general category seats in MMMC on their upgradation from management quota by ignoring the merit of other applicants including the petitioner in mop-up round is held to be bad in law being against the express conditions of prospectus. Consequently, respondents No.1 to 3 are directed to redraw the merit list of admission to MBBS course in MMMC in respect of the mop up round counselling held on 25.03.2022 against general category seats of State quota and after such redrawal of merit list, admit the petitioner to MBBS course in MMMC, Kumarhatti, District Solan, H.P., commencing academic year 2021-2022 forthwith, in case she finds place in merit so redrawn."

    The concerned medical aspirant had appeared in NEET UG 2021 in order to secure admission in the MBBS course. She secured all India rank 1,26,537 and got admitted to the BDS course in Bhojia Dental College, Nalagarh under the State Quota during the first round of counselling. Consequently, she joined the H.P Dental College during the second round of counselling on March 10.

    Meanwhile, on March 25, Maharishi Markandeshwar Medical College (MMMC), Solan held Mop up round for admission to the vacant seats under different categories. At that time, three State Quota seats in MBBS course were available for general category candidates.

    Therefore, the petitioner student had applied to MMMC for State quota seat under general category on the basis of her merit in NEET UG. However, instead of admitting the petitioner in the general category State quota seats, the college admitted thee other students by upgrading them from the management quota of the same college. Such a decision was taken by the college even though those three students had lower merit when compared with the petitioner student.

    Raising this issue, the petitioner approached the MMMC Principal, Maharishi Markandeshwar University and Atal Medical & Research University. Although Atal Medical University had directed MMMC to rectify the mistake, nothing had been done in this regard by the college. Following this, the petitioner had approached the High Court bench and filed the plea on March 29.

    The petitioner contended that the action of the college and university was illegal and arbitrary as it violated the provisions of Common/Centralized Counselling Prospectus for admission to MBBS & BDS Courses based on merit of NEET-UG-2021, issued by Atal Medical & Research University on the behalf of the Himachal Pradesh Government.

    It was contended that the State quota seats in the general category available with the MMMC had to be filled on the basis of the merit obtained in NEET UG 2021, in the first instance and other options mentioned in the prospectus could have been availed thereafter.

    At this outset, the petitioner referred to Clause-3 of the prospectus which stated, "However, shifting for upgradation of course and quota from private Dental Colleges to Govt. Dental College and Govt./private dental colleges to MMMC Solan and Government dental college/MMMC Solan to Govt. Medical Colleges in order of merit-cum-choices/preferences of the course, college and quota shall be allowed."

    On the other hand, the college and the University justified their stand by referring to Clause-4 of the Prospectus that mentioned, "4. The Himachali bonafide candidates admitted under management quota in the private Medical/Dental colleges will also be converted automatically from management quota to state quota in the colleges concerned against vacant/drop-out seats, if any, in order of merit, as the case, may be, subject to fulfillment of the eligibility criteria as prescribed for State Quota seats."

    It was contended by them that the students who had been upgraded were bonafide Himachali students and they had been admitted to management quota seats of MMMC in the first instance. Therefore, the provisions of Clause-4 of the prospectus provided them with the right to be upgraded to State quota seats and by this logic, no illegality or arbitrariness can be alleged against the college and the university, they argued.

    However, the Atal Medical University supported the case of the petitioner and submitted to the court that it had provided the MMMC Principal with a list of eligible students for the State quota seats, who had been admitted under the management quota in the first two rounds of counselling in the MMMC with an advice that those students were to be upgraded to H.P. quota seats rank wise if no student with more marks in NEET applied in mop up round.

    The university further informed the court that after receiving the representation of the petitioner, it had directed the MMMC Principal to review the allocation of the State quota seats in the general category while complying with the directions issued earlier.

    After taking note of the submissions made by all the parties, the bench also took note of the Clause-3 and Clause-4 of the prospectus and noted that the main question was, "...what has to be the sequence of priority. Whether clause-4 will have preference over clause-3 or vice versa?

    The bench noted that the seats in the medical colleges are extremely coveted and therefore every endeavour needs to be made for filling up these seats solely on the basis of merit. At this outset, the bench referred to the Supreme Court judgment in the case of Priya Gupta vs. State of Chattisgarh and ors., and Modern Dental College and Research Centre and others vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and ors.

    Referring to these orders, the bench clarified the importance of merit and noted, "From the above noted exposition of law, there is no doubt that merit has to prevail. The fact of matter is that to secure meritorious candidates is one of the main objectives of centralized competitive examination at all India level like NEET. Further the adoption of process of common/centralized counselling is another step to avoid sacrifice of meritorious candidates at the altar of arbitrariness, favoritism, nepotism and alike vices."

    The bench also observed that Clause-4 could not be preferred over Clause-3 and at this outset, the bench noted, "Having reference to Clauses 3 & 4 of the prospectus in the context of the objective of merit, it cannot be said that Clause-4 will have preference over Clause-3. On the contrary, it is vice versa for the reasons, firstly that the arrangement of the seriatim of clauses is indicative of the preference commanded by Clause-3 having merit of the candidates as criteria and secondly, clause-3 deals with a situation where admissions are available as a result of mop up round which is continuation of admission process, whereas, the benefit of clause-4 is available only in respect of vacant/drop out seats and that means when the entire process of counselling including the mop up round is finished, Clause-4 will became applicable in respect of only vacant/drop out seats."

    Therefore, dismissing the preferential right of students secured under Clause-4, the bench observed, "Thus, the contention of respondents No.1 and 2 regarding preferential right of students under clause4 of the prospectus needs to be rejected outrightly. Additionally, respondent No.3 under whose aegis the admission process has under taken is also categoric about preference of admission under clause-3 to that under clause-4 of the prospectus. Its correspondence dated 24.03.2022 is unambiguous. MMMC was requested to consider students admitted under management quota for upgradation to the State quota, if no student with more marks in NEET applied in mop up round. Respondents No.1 and 2 have clearly ignored the advice rendered to it by respondent No.3, which raises a question mark on their bona fide."

    Finally referring to the contention of the college that MBBS admissions are prohibited after the date fixed for closure of admissions, the bench noted, "We have given our considered thought to contention so raised and we are unable to subscribe to the argument raised by the aforesaid respondents. The above analysis drawn by us prove beyond any shadow of doubt that the petitioner has been denied admission to MBBS course by such actions of respondents No.1 and 2 which are clearly arbitrary. The Rules of admission as prescribed by prospectus issued by respondent No.3 have been violated with impunity. Had the wrong not been done by respondents No.1 and 2, petitioner would have got admission in MBBS course in MMMC by virtue of her merit and as a matter of right."

    "This Court will fail in its constitutional obligation, if it finds itself unable to help a victim salvage her right merely because the last date for admission has crossed," it further noted.

    "In the peculiar circumstances of instant case, we are of the considered view that the petitioner cannot be non-suited only because some time has been taken in final adjudication of grievance raised by the petitioner. Once this Court has found the violation of rights of petitioner, it needs to be remedied by grant of suitable relief, failing which it will be the travesty and failure of justice," read the judgment while addressing this issue.

    "No instance has been brought to our notice which lays absolute dictum that the admission to MBBS courses cannot be allowed after due date even after writ Court finds blatant abuse of process of law by the authorities," it added.

    While considering the case of the petitioner, the bench also noted that she is pursuing first-year BDS course. Noting that the BDS and MBBS syllabus overlap to some extent, the bench noted, "therefore, petitioner will not be facing much difficulty in coping up with the already covered syllabus," and it also clarified that the "petitioner cannot be denied the relief merely on the ground that the last date for admission process has already elapsed."

    To read the order, click on the link below.

    https://medicaldialogues.in/pdf_upload/himachal-pradesh-hc-182652.pdf

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    Killexams : CBSE

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a Board of Education for private and public schools. Schools that are affiliated from CBSE get a special recognition worldwide. CBSE got its name in the year 1952. At that time, the main objectives of the board were; helping the educational institutions in an efficient manner, to be approachable whenever there is an educational need of students whose guardians were employed in the Central Government and had transferable jobs. Around 1,000 schools in India and other countries are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). 

    The functions of CBSE are governed under the overall supervision of the Controlling Authority which is vested with the Secretary Education, Government of India, HRD Ministry. CBSEs governing body is constituted as per its rules and regulations.

    Various examinations are conducted by CBSE every year. The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) for Class 10th and 12th. It also conducts AIEEE test for admission to undergraduate courses in engineering and architecture in many colleges spread over India. It also conducts NEET test for admission to main medical colleges in the nation. CBSE also conducts Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) and JEE (Main). The Central Board of Secondary Education is responsible for preparing the syllabus for the schools affiliated under it. CBSE is one of the recognized boards of school education in the world. The pattern offered by CBSE has been adopted by many Indians schools abroad.

    CBSE had officially announced to introduce a grading system for Class X from the year 2008. CCE has been introduced in CBSE schools which are a new nine point scale system. In CCE system, students studying in CBSE schools would have to get qualifying grades in four of the five subjects to get promoted to the next level. The pass or fail status is not carried in the mark sheets of the students. Students are awarded grades from A to E. Many changes have been made by the board for the continuous development of the education system.

    The education system of India has witnessed many contributions of the board in the development of the quality of education.Regional offices of CBSE are located in; Delhi (NCT of Delhi, Foreign Schools), Chennai (Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman and Diu), Guwahati (Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram), Ajmer (Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli), Panchkula (Haryana, Union Territory of Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh), Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand), Patna (Bihar, Jharkhand), Bhubaneswar (West Bengal, Orissa, Chhattisgarh), Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala and Lakshadweep), and Dehradun (Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand).

    The Central Board of Secondary Education envisions a vigorous, vivacious and holistic school education that will prompt distinction in every area of human endeavour. CBSE is committed to provide quality education to promote social, intellectual and cultural vivacity among the learners. CBSE commits itself to offer a stress-free environment that will develop skilled, confident and innovative citizens who will encourage harmony and peace.A uniform curricular is followed by schools affiliated to CBSE affiliated. Schools follow a uniform curriculum with a flexible scheme of studies that complies with the needs of each and every student.

    Notwithstanding the geographical variations, the schools and students studying in CBSE schools enjoy and share common privileges as regards the examinations, curriculum and academic innovations. The Central Board of secondary education has commenced the on-line affiliation process which is a move to support accountability as well as transparency for good governance.

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    CHSE Odisha Class 12 Arts Result 2022 declared, direct link and how to check

    Updated on Aug 08, 2022 04:50 PM IST

    • CHSE has announced class 12 Arts result 2022 on August 8. The results have been announced. 
    CHSE Odisha Class 12 Arts Result 2022: Candidates who have appeared for the Odisha 12th Arts board examination can check the result on the official site of CHSE on chseodisha.nic.in.(orissaresults.nic.in)
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    CHSE Odisha 12th Arts Result 2022: How to check Odisha Class 12 results

    Updated on Aug 08, 2022 04:50 PM IST

    CHSE Odisha 12th Arts Result 2022 declared today, August 8, 2022. Candidates can follow the steps to check Odisha Class 12 results given below. 

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    GSEB 10th, 12th test 2022-23 schedule released at gseb.org, check details

    Published on Jul 28, 2022 08:29 PM IST

    • GSEB 10th, 12th academic calendar for 2022–2023 has been released by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board.
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    Odisha CHSE Class 12th results: Websites to check Science, Commerce scores

    Published on Jul 27, 2022 02:27 PM IST

    • Odisha CHSE Class 12 or +2 final test results will be announced shortly. Here are the official websites where students can check their marks.
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