Daily Archive: April 17, 2018
The results of UP Board’s Class 10 and Class 12 examination will be declared on April 29.
Steps to check Class 10 and Class 12 UP Board Results 2018:
- Log on to the Board’s official websites- upresults.nic.in or upmspresults.up.nic.in.
- Click on the relevant link UP Board Intermediate (Class XII) Examination 2018 Results or UP Board High School (Class X) Examination 2018 Results likewise.
- Enter your roll number and enter your school code and click on submit. Your result will be displayed.
- Download it and take a copy of it for future purposes.
Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi launches an exclusive report on Child Rape. He declares national emergency. He shall make strong announcement at 2 pm in Magnolia hall Indian habitat centre,Lodhi road–
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Virudhunagar (Tamil Nadu): A woman professor who allegedly tried to lure her students to extend sexual favours to top officials of a leading university in Tamil Nadu was on Monday arrested after the issue triggered a furore in the state.
Nirmala Devi, who was suspended after the episode came to light recently, was arrested by a police team which broke open into her house. She was taken into custody after a five-hour operation. Police summoned her relatives and a woman revenue official before the arrest.
The woman professor, who taught at a college in nearby Aruppukottai, was at the centre of a storm after audio clips of her talk with some students suggesting that they yield themselves to keep the ‘higher-ups’ in the Madurai Kamaraj University happy so that the college gets facilities went viral on the social media.
While Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister Anbazhagan promised stringent action in the matter, Governor Banwarilal Purohit, the Chancellor of the University, ordered a high-level inquiry into the matter by a retired IAS officer, R. Santhanam.
Nobody involved in the crime would be spared, a Raj Bhavan release quoting the Governor as saying.