Daily Archive: August 11, 2017

30 children dead due to disruption of oxygen supply at hospital

Thirty children died in two days at a hospital in Uttar Pradesh’s Gorapkhpur, district magistrate Rajeev Rautela said on Friday. The deaths allegedly occurred after disruption of liquid oxygen over a payment dispute.

The oxygen supply at the BRD?Medical College, which is the largest hospital in the Gorakhpur region, was reportedly stopped as the suppliers’ bill of Rs 67 lakh was not
cleared.

Maximum deaths were reported from the Neonatal and Encephlitis wards.
Gorakhpur is UP?chief minister Yogi Adityanath’s constituency.

Govt. deactivates around 81 lakh Aadhaar numbers -Know how to check your Aadhaar’s status

New Delhi: The Unique Identification Authority of India has deactivated close to 81 lakh Aadhaar numbers till date, minister of state for electronics and IT P P Chaudhary said today.

“Till date, approximately 81 lakh Aadhaar numbers have been deactivated. The state-, year- and reason-wise data is not maintained by the UIDAI,” Chaudhary informed the Rajya Sabha on Friday.

The Aadhaar numbers were deactivated for a number of reasons stated in Section 27 and 28 of Aadhaar (Enrollment and Update) Regulations, 2016.

“Prior to enactment of the Aadhaar Act, 2016, the deactivation (suspension) of Aadhaar numbers was done as per the Aadhaar Life Cycle Management (ALCM) guideline,” Chaudhary said.

He added that the regional offices of the UIDAI have the authority to deactivate the Aadhaar numbers.

Read also: Govt. declares over 11.44 lakh PAN cards invalid – Know how to check your card’s status

It may be noted that resident of India can check their Aadhaar number status by following below steps

With inputs from PTI

Delhi University Announces 10th Cut-off For UG Courses

New Delhi, Aug 11: The University of Delhi on Thursday released its 10th cut-off for merit-based undergraduate courses offered by the various colleges. The highest cut-off is 97 per cent at Hindu College for B.A (Hons) Economics under the 10th list. The second highest cut-off, which is 96.5 per cent, has been announced by the Indraprastha College for women for B.A (Hons) Psychology.

The DU had allocated its eighth and ninth cut-off list exclusively for applicants from reserved categories. “The tenth list will be displayed by different colleges of the varsity on Friday. Eligible candidates are advised to complete their admission in the colleges concerned,” the release said.

#CBSE Class 10 Compartment Result 2017 to be Declared Next Week

CBSE Class 10 Compartment Result 2017 to be Declared Next Week at cbse.nic.in

New Delhi, Aug 11: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to declare the results of class 10 compartment result 2017 next week at cbse.nic.in. Students who had reappeared for some of the class 10 papers can visit cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in and check their results and marks. The board said that the preparations are underway to declare the results in the third week of August. The official date sheet of the compartment exams had mentioned that the result will be declared in the third week of August but the actual date of announcement of results has not been declared yet. The CBSE had conducted the class 10 compartment exams from July 17 to July 24, 2017.

HERE’S HOW YOU CAN CHECK CBSE CLASS 10 COMPARTMENT RESULT

Once the result of CBSE class 10 compartment 2017 results declares, the students can check their results by following the instructions given below.

Step 1: Visit cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in to check your results

Step 2: To check your result at cbse.nic.in, click on the ‘Result‘ tab and for cbseresults.nic.in, click on ‘Compartment Result 2017 For Class X

Step 3: Enter your roll number, school number, and Centre number.

Step 4: Click ‘Submit’

Step 5: Your result will be displayed.

Step 6: Save it for future reference.

You can also check school wise results at cbse.nic.in. To check school wise results, click on ‘School Wise Results‘.