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JAIPUR: NSUI Students of Rajasthan University staged a protest at the University campus against the decision of UGC to conduct final exams of higher educational institutes. The Rajasthan government had already decided to cancel all the exams of higher education but UGC a day after release the guidelines to conduct exams in September. This has now created confusion amongst students who are still not clear whether the exams will be conducted. NSUI spokesperson Ramesh Bhati said that higher education exams should be cancelled and the government must issue guidelines to evaluate students. “We want clarity that exams are being cancelled. It is dangerous to appear for exams when the number of coronavirus cases are rising. There is immense fear in students of
JAIPUR: In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rajasthan government on Saturday, July 4, decided to cancel all graduation and Postgraduation examination for all the colleges, universities and technical education institutes for the academic year 2019-20. The state government has decided to promote students to the successive class without examinations. "The process to determine marks of the students and the promotion to the next class will be decided after examining the guidelines which will be issued by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD)," the state government said. राज्य सरकार ने कोरोना महामारी के संक्रमण की स्थिति के मद्देनजर इस वर्ष प्रदेश के सभी विश्वविद्यालयों, महाविद्यालयों… https://t.co/AfseP48O0C— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) 1593882685000 The decision is applicable to both private and public institutes. As per MHRD
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan government on Tuesday released guidelines for 'Unlock-2' which will remain in force from July 1 to July 31, retaining most of the restrictions imposed earlier. It said movement of people for all non-essential services will remain prohibited from 10pm to 5am and city bus and metro rail services will remain suspended. "No relaxation of any kind is applicable in containment zones of hotspots and curfew areas except for medical emergencies and for maintaining supplies of essential goods and services," said additional chief secretary (Home) Rajeeva Swarup. Under the guidelines, lockdown in containment zones and prohibitions of certain activities in areas outside the containment zones have been extended till July 31. All cinema halls, gyms, swimming pools, entertainment
NEW DELHI: In a special hearing conducted on Sunday, the Supreme Court refused to interfere in Rajasthan government’s decision to hold remaining board exams for class X students scheduled from Monday and dismissed a plea seeking quashing of exams. A bench of Justices A M Khanwilkar, Dinesh Maheshwari and Sanjiv Khanna assembled in the evening to grant an urgent hearing hours before the examination was to start but did not find merit in the petition filed by a mother of a student. The petitioner approached the SC after her plea was rejected by Rajasthan HC. Dismissing the plea, the bench said state government would take all necessary precautions as per the national guidelines and regulations.
JAIPUR: The erstwhile royal family of Mewar, direct descendant of Maharana Pratap, has objected to changes made in a revised Class X social science e-textbook by the Rajasthan government that called him “impatient, lacked in moderation and control” while listing out reasons for his failure in the Battle of Haldighati. It has also objected to content on the 16th century king being reduced. The family has asked the state education department to either provide evidence for the claims made in the chapter or remove the controversial contents from the book immediately. The revision of textbooks was carried out by the Congress government soon after they came to power in 2018. Reports say that the content of Maharana Pratap has been
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma on Wednesday accused the Congress of playing politics at a time of intense crisis, saying this has never been done before by a major political party. "There are no buses of the Congress party. These buses belong to the Rajasthan government. When the list of buses submitted by the Congress was analysed, it was found that around 460 vehicles are fake. Doing politics in times of such an intense crisis was never ever done by a major political party before," he told reporters here. Coronavirus lockdown: Latest updatesThe deputy CM claimed nearly 300 vehicles mentioned in the list were unfit to ply on roads. "First they gave a list, then in the
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