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The state government has also announced suspension of physical classes for class 9 to 12 of all government, government-aided, private institutions/schools etc with immediate effect and until further orders. (HT File (For representational purposes only))

Covid-19: Manipur board exams for Class 10 and 12 postponed

PUBLISHED ON APR 19, 2021 09:50 PM IST
  • The Manipur government has announced the postponement of matric (Class 10) and higher secondary (Class 12) examination 2021 due to the growing number of Covid-19 positive cases in the country.
Bihar board conducted mathematics paper in two sittings for more than 16.84 lakh students who took exam at 1,525 exam centres spread over 38 districts of the state.(ANI File)
Bihar board conducted mathematics paper in two sittings for more than 16.84 lakh students who took exam at 1,525 exam centres spread over 38 districts of the state.(ANI File)

Bihar Board 10th maths exam 2021: 40 students expelled, many say paper was tough

By Megha
PUBLISHED ON FEB 18, 2021 09:29 PM IST
  • Altogether 40 examinees were expelled from the exam centres across the state for using unfair means on the second day of matriculation exam conducted by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on Thursday.
Odisha police says it is probing all angles of the case since the CCTV at the school student had stopped working an hour before the incident.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Odisha police says it is probing all angles of the case since the CCTV at the school student had stopped working an hour before the incident.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Odisha class X student says goons burnt her exam notes for refusing tuition from school teachers

Hindustan Times, Bhubaneswar | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JAN 19, 2020 11:13 PM IST
The miscreants allegedly ransacked Palak’s trophies and other awards she had received and reportedly asked her to leave Odisha. The girl’s parents singled out a school teacher, who they said has been repeatedly harassing their daughter for tuitions.
The examination committee of the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) on Tuesday could not take a “final” decision about the fate of 108 students, whose mathematics answer sheets went missing during the just-concluded matriculation examination in Odisha.(Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
The examination committee of the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) on Tuesday could not take a “final” decision about the fate of 108 students, whose mathematics answer sheets went missing during the just-concluded matriculation examination in Odisha.(Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)

BSE Odisha : Exam panel fails to decide fate of matric examinees

PTI, Cuttack | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAR 13, 2019 03:32 PM IST
The examination committee of the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) on Tuesday could not take a “final” decision about the fate of 108 students, whose mathematics answer sheets went missing during the just-concluded matriculation examination in Odisha.
Ankita writes her intermediate exam papers using toes at Chapra Zila High School in Saran district.(HT photo)
Ankita writes her intermediate exam papers using toes at Chapra Zila High School in Saran district.(HT photo)

Bihar Boards 2019: Chapra girl uses toes to take Class 12 exam

Hindustan Times, Patna | By Rakesh Singh
UPDATED ON FEB 14, 2019 07:23 PM IST
She writes so legibly using her toes that those using hands will wonder,” said Shashi Bhusan Singh, SST teacher of Smt Uma Pandey Ramlakhan Das Project Girls High School, Harpur in Saran district, where Ankita studies.
Jaswant Singh Kanwal(HT Photo)
Jaswant Singh Kanwal(HT Photo)

Grand old man of Punjabi letters Jaswant Singh Kanwal going strong at 99

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 27, 2018 11:53 AM IST
The legend remains the most read story-teller of Punjab wielding a charmed pen
Anu Kumari, 18, with her father Chalitar Parahiya (left), who showed immense courage to let her pursue her studies against his Parahiya tribe’s practise of marrying off the daughters at an early age.(HT Photo)
Anu Kumari, 18, with her father Chalitar Parahiya (left), who showed immense courage to let her pursue her studies against his Parahiya tribe’s practise of marrying off the daughters at an early age.(HT Photo)

This tribal village in Jharkhand gets its first matriculate

Hindustan Times, Latehar | By Vishal Sharma
UPDATED ON JUN 17, 2018 07:10 AM IST
Anu Kumari became the first person in Uchwawal village in Jharkhand’s Latehar district to clear the matriculation examination. Uchwawal village is mostly inhabited by the Parahiya tribes, one of the 12 primitive tribes groups in Jharkhand.
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