Daily Archive: January 6, 2018

8700 Teacher Vacancies to be Advertised in Jammu And Kashmir Next Month: Education Minister

Jammu, Jan 4: Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari said today that the state government would refer 8,700 more vacancies for the post of teachers to the Services Selection Board (SSB) to be advertised next month.

“As many as 8700 more vacancies for teachers posts, in addition to 2154 posts referred already, will be referred to the recruitment agency to meet the dearth of staff in government schools, the minister said at a function here.

He reiterated the government’s resolve to meet targets set in the rolled-out roadmap to fill critical gaps in infrastructure and staff in the education sector.

“Education department is expecting some new initiatives to be announced by the Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu in the Budget 2018-19 for this key sector,” Bukhari said.

He said the government was tirelessly working on a well- defined roadmap to revamp education sector in the state which included consolidation of school infrastructure and meet the staff strength requirements in which the state still lacked.

Despite critical gaps, the school education department and teachers have shown great results in recent past, he said.

The minister took a dig over some political parties for playing politics over certain issues despite not having made much progress while remaining in power for several years.

“I have no hesitation in saying that the education sector has been continuously ignored over the last 70 years by these people, but despite that they are playing politics whenever the department comes up with new reforms and policies,” he said.

CBSE to Announce Class X, XII Board Exams 2018 Date Sheet Today

New Delhi, Jan 5: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to announce its date sheet for annual matriculate and intermediate examinations to be conducted in March on Friday. The board, responsible for conducting the all India level matriculation and intermediate exams, may delay the dates owing to assembly elections in four states including Karnataka.

The board officials had said that an exact date for the announcement of exams will not be possible to reveal. “Since the Board is currently working on the formalities of the exam, an exact date for the date sheet can’t be ascertained at the moment. However the date sheets will be released in the first week of January,” the official was quoted by CNN TV 18 as saying. [Also read: CBSE UGC NET 2017 Results Declared on cbsenet.nic.in]

Earlier, another board Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) had stated that it will announce the dates only after the Election Commission announces its dates for assembly polls.

For the previous year, the board had declared the dates on Jan 9, 2017. Board exams for Class 10 were conducted from March 9 to April 10 and Class 12 exam was held from March 9 till April 29. The announcement of dates are likely to ease the students and their parents from the pressure. Many education experts had opined that the board may announce the dates in the second week of January.

#Aligarh Muslim University Warned of ‘Criminal Elements’ in Hostels

Aligarh, Jan 5: Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) ordered a probe after it received a letter warning the University of ‘criminal elements’ sheltered in some of its hostels. The letter was received by the university proctor on January 2 following the arrest of four robbers who had confessed that they would hide in rooms of an Aligarh Muslim University hostel after robbing people of their valuables.

“Following the revelation, we decided to send an official intimation to the university administration to inquire into it and also check the presence of criminal elements on campus,” SSP, Aligarh, Rajesh Kumar Pandey, said.

Acting on the information in the letter, the AMU Vice-Chancellor (V-C) Tariq Mansoor constituted a committee to probe the presence of criminal elements in some of the hostels. It has also ordered to expel or suspend students occupying hostel rooms illegally.

“Police had busted a robbery gang and on January 1 arresting four robbers involved in loot incidents in Kwarsi and Civil Lines areas over the last few months. During interrogation, they claimed to be taking shelter in room Nos. 42 and 44 of AMU’s SS North hostel after executing the loots,” SP Atul Srivastava said.

Trump Pats Own Back, Says He’s A “Very Stable Genius” And “Like, Very Smart”

Washington : US President Donald Trump on Saturday praised himself as "not smart, but genius… and a very stable genius at that," following the release of a bombshell new book that called into doubt his mental health.

In a series of early morning tweets, Trump said that "throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart. Crooked Hillary Clinton also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames.

"I went from VERY successful businessman, to top T.V. Star to President of the United States (on my first try). I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius….and a very stable genius at that!"

तराई का भव्य सम्मेलन राष्ट्रीय राजधानी मे ं 21 जनवरी को

ष्ट्रीय राजधानी क्षेत्र में रह रहे तराई के युवाओं ने तराई वेलफेयर एशोसिएशन इन दिल्ली/एनसीआर के तत्वावधान में आगामी 21 जनवरी को कंस्ट्रीटयूशनल क्लब में होने वाले भव्य सम्मेलन की तैयारी शुरू कर दी है।आज इस संदर्भ में युवाओं का एक दल संस्था के संरक्षकों राज्यसभा सांसद रवि प्रकाश वर्मा, सांसद अजय मिश्र, सांसद रेखा वर्मा, राजेश वर्मा, जुगुल किशोर से मिला।

मालूम हो कि लखीमपुर के जागरूक उत्साही युवाओं द्वारा समाजहित व एकता के उद्देश्य से गठित संस्था लखीमपुर@दिल्ली/एनसीआर के कार्यक्षेत्र को बढ़ाकर अभी हाल में तराई वेलफेयर एशोसिएशन इन दिल्ली/एनसीआर नाम दिया गया था जिसमे उत्तरप्रदेश के सीतापुर, लखीमपुर, हरदोई, बहराईच, शाहजहांपुर आदि जनपदों के नागरिक जोड़े जाने की योजना बनी।उसके बाद आगामी 21 जनवरी को विशाल सम्मेलन का निर्णय लिया गया।दिल्ली क्षेत्र में रह रहे तराई इलाको के युवाओं के परिचय की मंशा से हो रहे इस सम्मेलन में संस्था के सांगठनिक ढांचे का विस्तार, वेबसाइट का शुभारंभ, योगा सेशन, सांस्कृतिक कार्यक्रम के आयोजन होंगे।कार्यक्रम को सफल बनाने के लिए आज तराई युवाओं का एक दल दिल्ली स्थित सांसद आवास पर संस्था के सरक्षको से मिला जिसपर सरंक्षक व जनप्रतिनिधियों ने उत्सुकतापूर्वक हामी भरते हुए युवाओं के इस कार्य पर हर्ष जताया।मुलाकात करने वाले युवाओं में विवेक श्रीवास्तव, हिमांशू तिवारी, आशु खंडवाल, अनिल श्रीवास्तव, योग गुरु मंगेश, अजीत सिंह, विशाल श्रीवास्तव आदि प्रमुख थे।इसके अलावा कार्यक्रम को सफल बनाने के लिए एक व्यापक रूपरेखा तैयार कर ली गयी है जिसे युवा अलग अलग दायित्वों के तहत अंजाम देने में लगे हैं।

Max hospital case: Police await DMC report

New Delhi, Jan 6  The Delhi Police will proceed with its probe into the case of a newborn being wrongly declared dead by a city-based hospital only after it receives a reply from the Delhi Medical Council on whether there was medical negligence in the matter, a police official said.

The Delhi Medical Council (DMC) has received replies from the nine doctors and two nurses of Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh who were issued notices last month for alleged medical negligence in connection with the case.

A senior DMC official said that they have received the replies and these will be put up before its executive committee.

The committee will form an expert panel comprising paediatricians and gynaecologists that will prepare a report in the matter, he said.

The process might take a fortnight.

A police official, privy to the probe, said that they will proceed further with the investigation only after they receive a report in the matter from the DMC.

The DMC had sent the notices on December 20 and sought a response from them within 15 days.