ANI | , Ranchi
PUBLISHED ON SEP 17, 2021 12:33 PM IST
With a continuous decline in COVID-19 cases in Jharkhand, the state government on Thursday allowed schools to conduct offline classes for class 6-8 from September 20.
By Sanjoy Dey
PUBLISHED ON MAY 27, 2021 02:51 PM IST
- About eight lakh students studying in class 9 and class 11 have been promoted to higher classes without any examinations in wake of second wave of Covid-19 and lockdown like restrictions imposed in Jharkhand since April 22, officials said on Thursday.
By Sanjoy Dey
PUBLISHED ON FEB 22, 2021 06:01 PM IST
- More than 32 lakh government school students in Jharkhand from class-1 to class-7 might be promoted to higher classes without any examination.
PTI | , Ranchi
PUBLISHED ON FEB 19, 2021 07:08 PM IST
Schools will reopen on that date for students of class 8 and above. Colleges are also set to reopen, the chief minister told newsmen after a meeting of the Jharkhand State Disaster Management Authority.
By Sanjoy Dey, Hindustan Times, Ranchi
PUBLISHED ON JAN 17, 2021 06:01 PM IST
- The residential schools are closed since March 17, 2020. Jharkhand Education Project Council (JEPC) issued a detailed SOP to reopen schools and hostels. Students to be allowed to attend classes and hostels with certain precautions
Hindustan Times, Ranchi | By Sanjoy Dey
UPDATED ON DEC 21, 2020 09:27 AM IST
Schools to run in two shifts; students to be called on rotational basis, say officials of Jharkhand Education Project Council
Hindustan Times, Ranchi | By Subhash Mishra
PUBLISHED ON AUG 10, 2019 03:30 PM IST
Getting complaints from guardians of schools, the NCPCR had directed school management as well as Dhanbad deputy commissioner to ensure fencing of DAV Public School playground as students especially girls are exposed to danger and feel insecurity.
Lohardaga (Jharkhand) | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON FEB 11, 2019 09:02 AM IST
At least 50 school students fell ill after eating ‘prasad’ in Lohardaga district on Sunday, civil surgeon Dr Vijay Kumar said. The students of the school at Ita village in the age group of 6-7 year had ‘prasad’ after Saraswati puja.
This 81-year-old physical trainer Isha Ghosh defies age to conduct special training in Jharkhand schools
Hindustan Times, Ranchi | By Manoj Choudhary
UPDATED ON JAN 31, 2019 08:03 AM IST
She spends eight hours in the day conducting physical training. In order to stay fit, she herself walks around seven kilometres in the town daily and conducts physical training programmes in different schools in the city. Ghosh also conducts drills on Japanese music, climbing and yoga, inspiring kids to lead a disciplined life.