Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) and vocational higher secondary education (VHSE) examinations are underway till May 30 in the state, amid COVID19 lockdown.
The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education has asked its affiliated schools to promote all class 11 students as their annual exams could not be completed due to the coronavirus-forced lockdown.
Students of classes one to eight studying in all government schools should be promoted to the next class based on monthly, half-yearly and internal assessment under RTE Act.
In a shocking incident, two students of class 10 posted lewd messages, porn clips and made obscene comments on the teacher during online classes. The students belong to a private English-medium school in Azamgarh and had joined the class 12 online classes by posing as girls who were absent.
Students across the country have a common concern on what will be their future academic plans as schools, colleges are temporarily shut due to coronavirus outbreak.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday said his government has decided to promote students of Classes V, VIII and X of the state education board to the next academic session.
Union Human Resources and Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will interact with students from all over the country LIVE today from 12 pm onwards to answer various queries including updates on competitive exam dates, exam results, amid coronavirus lockdown. Students are also welcome to ask their questions, share suggestions to the government.
Twenty-three students from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in Madhya Pradesh, who had been stranded in Punjab since the lockdown on March 24, were sent back to their hometown on Monday in a chartered bus, an official said.
Students from Assam, who were stranded in Rajasthan's Kota, returned to their home state.
Though no new incident of violence was reported in northeast Delhi, where riots took place last week, but an atmosphere of fear and tension can be seen there. In this atmosphere, local students appeared for the board examinations conducted in various government schools on Monday.
Family members of the Pakistani students demonstrate demanding evacuation of students from China.
The students of Gargi College will meet the Delhi Commission For Women on Saturday to get a status update in the commission's probe into the alleged molestation incident at the all-women college during a cultural festival, according to the panel.
A man has been arrested in the metropolis for allegedly taking money from students after promising them hall tickets for the Maharashtra State Board's HSC exams, police said on Tuesday.
At least four students were feared killed on Saturday after their school van caught fire in Longowal town of Punjab’s Sangrur district. The students were reportedly, travelling on the van belonging to Simran Public School in Longowal.
Over 2,000 Pakistani students stuck in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus, have appealed to the Imran Khan government to rescue them immediately, according to a media report.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi answered a volley of questions posed by students from across the country at Delhi's Talkatora Stadium on Monday. During his interaction 'Pariksha Pe Charcha', the prime minister had something for everyone. Here are PM Modi's top mantras that every student must go through.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020' pep talk with students emphasized that marks secured by students in some selected examinations were not everything in life.
Taking it to Twitter, PM Modi wrote, "We will once again have extensive discussions and insightful conversations on a wide range of subjects relating to examinations, especially how to remain happy as well as stress free during exam season. Inviting you all to join ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020’!"
The third edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha is being organised at Talkatora Indoor Stadium in Delhi. A total of 2,000 students and teachers will attend the event, of which 1,050 students have been selected through an essay competition.
Two students, having allegiance to the Left students unions of Visva-Bharati University in West Bengal, were allegedly beaten up with rods, following which two arrests were made on Thursday.