Monthly Newsletter | April 2022 | Volume 35
We are glad to present to you the April edition of the school 360 newsletter.
Post-pandemic scenario of the education sector is looking good with the resumption of offline mode of learning in schools and colleges across the country. Results of Term-1 board examinations along with dates for Term-II have been announced by the different boards. Steps are being taken to promote the reopening of physical schools, with Delhi High Court dismissing a plea against full reopening of schools. Schools are organizing covid vaccine camps for 12-year-olds and above, and education departments have been organizing awareness campaigns regarding the vaccine. Several measures are being taken to help the students appearing for board exams. The Central Board of Secondary Education has said that due to pandemic-induced prolonged closure of schools, it has kept a considerable gap between any 2 papers for the Term-II board exams. Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has termed the event ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ scheduled to be hosted by the Prime Minister (PM) on April 1, as a public movement. In this event, the PM, Narendra Modi responds to all questions related to exam stress and related areas, raised by the students.
In this edition, we have included these topics: First-of-its-kind Study by Education Ministry; Karnataka Government Issues Circular Making Uniforms Mandatory for SSLC Exams; Dharmendra Pradhan: Make PM’s ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ a Public Movement; HC Provides Relief to Class 10 Students of Karnataka’s Unaccredited Schools; Demand for Reduction in Weightage of CBSE Term-1 Results by Students; Defence Ministry Approves 21 New Sainik Schools.
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Karnataka’s primary and secondary education department issued a circular stating that the students of government schools should appear for the class X board examinations in uniforms prescribe...
The fifth edition of ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ (PPC) event will be hosted in offline mode by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on April 1, 2022. It will be held in Talkatora Stadium in New...
Class 10 students of eight unaccredited schools of Karnataka were provided relief by the state’s High Court (HC) via its interim order directing education department officials to issue hall tickets to them.
Justice P Krishnabhat heard the writ petition filed by these eight schools in this regard. He issued an interim order directing the commissioner of the Department of Public Education and the Director of the Karnataka High school Examination Board to issue the hall tickets on an immediate basis.
Since the declaration of class XII term 1 results by CBSE (Central board of Secondary Education) in March, many students have started demanding a reduction i...