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Board Exams: CBSE reschedules physical education paper for class 12 to April 13

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New Delhi, Jan 17: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday rescheduled the date for Physical Education exam for class 12 from April 9 to April 13.

The board cited “administrative reasons” for the decision of postponing the date of the paper.

However, all other examination dates for class 10 and class 12 remain same.

Class 10 and 12 board exams will commence from March 5, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), announced on January 10.

Class 10 boards are back from this year after the Ministry of Human Resource Development last year took a call on it. From the year 2010-11 to last year, board exams were made optional by the ministry but after the demands of having it back, started growing, it has now been made compulsary.

Class 12 exams will end on April 12 and class 10 on 4 April. The entire exercise will be completed in 38 days that will give more time for evaluation, a CBSE official said.

A total of 28.24 lakh students have registered for class 10 and 12 exams. In class 10 16.38 lakh students have registered including six transgender students and 11.86 lakh in class 12 including 2 transgender students.

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DATESHEET FOR MAIN EXAMINATION 2018 (CLASS-X)

TIME OF COMMENCEMENT 10:30AMDATE SUB CODE SUBJECT NAME

05.03.2018

166 INFO. & COMM. TECH401 DYNAMIC OF RETAIL402 INFO TECHNOLOGY403 SECURITY404 AUTOMOBILE TECH405 INTR TO FMG406 INTR TO TOURISM407 BEAUTY & WELLN408 INTRODUCTORY AGRIC409 FOOD PRODUCTION410 FRONT OFFICE OPERA411 BANKING AND INSURA

06.03.2018

002 HINDI COURSE-A085 HINDI COURSE-B

08.03.2018

165 FOUNDATION OF I T

10.03.2018

076 NATIONAL CADET COR254 ELEM BOOK-K & ACCY354 e-PUBLISH & e-OFF

12.03.2018

101 ENGLISH COMM.184 ENGLISH LNG & LIT.

14.03.2018

031 CARNATIC MUSIC VOC032 CAR. MUSIC MEL INS034 HIND.MUSIC VOCAL035 HIND.MUSIC MEL.INS036 HIND MUSIC.PER.INS

16.03.2018

086 SCIENCE-THEORY090 SCIENCE WITHOUT PR

19.03.2018

016 ARABIC017 TIBETAN024 NEPALI413 HEALTH CARE SERVICE

20.03.2018

003 URDU COURSE-A004 PUNJABI005 BENGALI006 TAMIL007 TELUGU-AP008 SINDHI009 MARATHI010 GUJARATI011 MANIPURI012 MALAYALAM013 ODIA014 ASSAMESE015 KANNADA020 GERMAN021 RUSSIAN023 PERSIAN025 LIMBOO026 LEPCHA092 BODO093 TANGKHUL094 JAPANESE095 BHUTIA096 SPANISH097 KASHMIRI098 MIZO099 BAHASA MELAYU131 RAI132 GURUNG133 TAMANG134 SHERPA136 THAI

22.03.2018

087 SOCIAL SCIENCE

24.03.2018

064 HOME SCIENCE

28.03.2018

041 MATHEMATICS

02.04.2018

018 FRENCH122 COMM. SANSKRIT 303 URDU COURSE-B

03.04.2018 089

TELUGU – TELANGANA154 ELEM. OF BUSINESS

04.04.2018

049 PAINTING

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HC notice on woman’s plea seeking fresh passport for son stranded abroad for 8 yrs

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The Delhi High Court has sought the Centre”s reply on a woman”s plea seeking directions to the government to provide a passport to her son, who is stuck abroad for the last eight years as he does not have a valid travel document.

Justice Navin Chawla issued notice to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) seeking its stand on the plea which claims that her son”s passport was damaged when he was in Italy and had applied for a duplicate one in 2012 which has not been issued to him.

He moved to Paris for work as without a valid passport he was finding it tough to get work in Italy, her plea has said.

The Indian consulate in Italy had refused to issue him a passport as a dowry case was pending him here, she has said in her plea.

The woman has said that she, her husband and her son were falsely implicated in a dowry case by her then daughter-in-law in 2009.

Her husband passed away during the pendency of the case and her son was declared a proclaimed offender as he could not come back to India due to lack of a valid passport, the petition has claimed.

She was acquitted in the case in 2016 and meanwhile, her ex-daughter-in-law obtained a divorce in 2011 and got married again, the plea said.

It has also claimed that the divorce was granted by way of an ex-parte order as her son could not come to India to defend himself.

The high court has listed the matter for further hearing on December 7. PTI HMP SKV SA

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Sensing MP bypolls’ defeat, BJP indulging in horse-trading: Cong

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A day after one of its MLAs in Madhya Pradesh resigned from the Assembly to join the BJP, the Congress on Monday cried foul and alleged that the BJP was “indulging in horse-trading” after sensing its impending defeat in the November 3 bypolls.

“The BJP knows that they are going to lose the bypolls; so again, doing the same thing to remain in power in Madhya Pradesh. Congress chief Sonia Gandhi has already said that they are making the democracy hallow and this is the latest example,” Congress spokesperson Gourav Vallabh told a press conference here.

Congress MLA Rahul Lodhi from Damoh on Sunday resigned from the Assembly and joined the BJP in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Bhopal.

Earlier this year, 22 Congress MLAs had resigned from the Assembly and joined the BJP under the leadership of Jyotiraditya Scindia, which led to the collapse of the then Kamal Nath-led Congress government.

Three more Congress MLAs later resigned from the Assembly. Now, the latest blow to the Congress has come with the resignation of Rahul Lodhi.

The 28 Assembly segments in Madhya Pradesh will see by-elections on November 3.

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SC stays HC order to parties to go virtual for MP bypolls

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The Supreme Court on Monday stayed a Madhya Pradesh High Court order to political parties to campaign virtually for the November 3 Assembly bypolls in the state, but pulled up the parties for creating a situation that compelled the HC to act.

The top court stayed the High Court order, but noted that the situation would not have arisen if health protocols were followed in the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic.

Staying the High Court order, the bench also asked the Election Commission of India to take an appropriate decision in connection with political rallies as per the law in the backdrop of COVID-19 guidelines.

The bench noted that the High Court would not have interfered if the political parties had done their job better. “Take charge, ensure you discharge your duties in a manner that are in the best interest of everyone,” noted the bench.

The top court’s order came during the hearing on pleas by the Election Commission and Madhya Pradesh Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar against the High Court order of October 20.

The bench asked Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Tomar, to make a representation to the Election Commission for the loss of time in electioneering due to the High Court order.

The poll panel, represented by Senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, assailed the High Court order and citing Article 329 of the Constitution said that the conduct and management of elections was overseen by it and there was an express bar on judicial interference in the middle of the electoral process.

Tomar, a BJP candidate for Gwalior Assembly seat bypoll in Madhya Pradesh, pleaded that the High Court committed an error as it overlooked that the Election Commission under Article 324 had issued COVID-19 guidelines in September-end to permit physical public gatherings albeit with restrictions.

The bypolls to 28 Assembly seats in the state are slated for November 3. The plea said that as per the guidelines and the state government SOPs, political gatherings of over 100 people with safety measures could be allowed.

Source: IANS

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