MHT CET 2020 Admit Card Released For PCM Group: Maharashtra State CET Cell has released the Admit cards for PCM group today. Candidates who have registered for Physics, Chemistry and Maths Groups can now log in on the official website to download the hall tickets of MHT CET 2020.Candidates can directly access the hall tickets of MHT CET 2020 from below mentioned link:
Hall Tickets for PCM group
Earlier Maharashtra state announced the release of Hall tickets for PCB group i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Now Maharashtra state has released the Hall tickets for PCM group i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Students who have registered under PCM group can now download their Hall tickets for the examination.
How to Download MHT CET 2020 Admit card online?
Admit cards of MHT CET have been released online on the official website. Students can follow the below mentioned steps to access and download the MHT CET Admit card 2020:-
Visit the official website – State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra
Find and click on MHT CET 2020 Admit card
Login by using the required details
Your MHT CET 2020 Admit card will be displayed on the screen
Download the Admit card for future reference.
MHT CET Admit Card with Covid-19 Guidelines
As the State-level exam is going to be held in the current situation of Covid-19 pandemic, all the precautionary measures are mentioned in the MHT CET 2020 Admit cards. Students are strictly advised to follow the guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The instructions mentioned in the Admit card includes the mandatory use of face masks and sanitizers during the examination.
Kerala HSCAP 2nd Allotment List 2020 Released: DHSE Kerala has officially released the HSCAP 2nd Allotment list for Kerala PPlus One admissions 2020. Candidates who were waiting for the allotment list can now check their selection status. For checking the status of their selected candidates can log in on the official website of HSCAP Kerala – hscap.kerala.gov.in.
Candidates can get access to the direct link of the 2nd Allotment List here:
How to check HSCAP Kerala 2nd Allotment List 2020 online?
For easy access to the results of the allotment list, the results of the HSCAP 2nd Allotment list are published online. Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps in order to check their selection status in the allotment list:-
Visit the official website of HSCAP 2020 – hscap.kerala.gov.in
Find and click on the Candidate Login link
A new window will open asking for Login details
Enter your Username, Password and select your district
After successful login, your selection status will be shown on the screen
Check the allotment list
Download and print it for further use
Admission Process After 28th Sept. 2020
With the release of the allotment list, the admission notification for Plus One/ Class 11 has been released. It is stated that the students selected or the qualifying students can continue with their admission process from 28th September, 2020 to 6th October, 2020. Qualifying students need to complete their admission formalities till 6th September, 2020.
Earlier 1st Allotment list for Plus One admission was released on 13th September, 2020 and the admission process was held from 14th to 19 September, 2020.
Odisha Government to conduct Radio class from Class 1 to 8: The Odisha Government will be conducting ‘Radio Pathshala’ from the class 1-8. Due to the Covid-19 lockdown of schools from March 2020 has to lead to the complete shutting down of education for all classes. As per the Odisha School Education Programme Authority, the ‘Radio Pathshala’ will be broadcasted on All India Radio from today- 28 September 2020. The Pathshala will be conducted all week from Monday to Friday. The classes will be syllabus based and will be conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:15 AM. The classes are conducted in order to provide continuous learning for the students.
The classes are conducted in order to make the learning continues for the students as the lockdown of schools is creating a break in their education.
State Projector Director, Odisha School Education Programme Authority has asked all the District Education Officers, District Project Coordinator, and Block Education Officers to ask all the headmasters and CRSS to inform all the students and parents to listen to the radio programme daily and make sure that the students are listening to the radio programmes on daily basis.
School Conducting Classes on Radio
Due to the Covid-19 there has been a complete shutdown of schools across the country since March, 2020. While most schools has adopted online learning and online classes, some state governments have shifted to Television and Radio mode as some families did have access to internet facility or does not have means to access the online learning platforms.
By adopting the Television and Radio mode, governments have made it easier for the students to access the education programme in order for providing continuous learning to the students.
UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 Compartmental Exam 2020 Datesheet: Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPSMP) has released the date-sheet for the compartment exam for class 10 and class 12.
UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 Compartment Datesheet 2020:
The compartment datesheet released by UPMSP states that the compartment examination will be conducted on 3 October 2020. The examination will be conducted in two sessions – 8:00 – 11:15 AM and 2 – 5:15 PM. The different sessions are regulated because of the COVID-19 conditions that students’ exam can be conducted in a staggered manner.
Candidates who are eligible and have registered for the UP Compartment exam for Class 10 and Class 12 are only to be allowed to give the examination.
Class 12 Compartment Exam for the first time
UP board will be conducting the compartment exams for Class 12 for the very first time till now. Earlier UP Board used to conduct the compartment exams for only Class 10 or High school. Students who have failed in less than 2 subjects will be eligible to give the compartment exam for Class 10 and Class 12.
For the academic year of 2020, UP Board will be conducting the compartment examination in between the Covid-19 conditions. UP Board has strictly advised following all the precautionary measures of social distancing and proper sanitizing in the examinations halls and the school premises. In accordance with current conditions, SOPs are issued by the state for the conductance of examination.
Students are advised to follow the social distancing rules and are also advised to visit the examination centers 45 minutes earlier to avoid any last-minute confusion. Students without masks will not be allowed in the examination centers. Further schools are advised to sanitize one day before the examination and to follow all the safety precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
CBSE Deleted Syllabus For Class 9 Hindi: Due to the Covid-19 situation, CBSE has reduced the syllabus of all classes and every subject. The following mentioned below are the topics that are deleted from the syllabus for the examination of the academic year 2020-2021.
HSCAP Allotment List 2020: Kerala Department of Higher Education has released the HSCAP Allotment List 2020 on its official website hscap.kerala.gov.in. It was scheduled to be released on 14th September 2020 but it got released earlier on 13th September 2020.
HSCAP Allotment List 2020
HSCAP List is the list that includes the names of students selected for admission in class 11. Students who had applied for the seat can now check for their name in the Kerala Plus One Allotment List released by Kerala DHEC by logging on the official website of HSCAP with login credentials.
The trial Allotment list was earlier released on 5th September 2020 and as per the revised official schedule, the final Allotment list will be released on 5th October 2020. A total of 476046 students applied for the seats in Class 11 and a total of 280212 students seats are available and will be filled in the first Allotment round as per the first allotment. Until now 22252 seats have been filled and 57878 seats are remaining to be fulfilled through this list.
HSCAP Allotment List 2020: Steps to Check
Below mentioned are the steps for checking the name of students in the allotment list:-
Visit the official website of HSCAP at hscap.kerala.gov.in
Click on the Candidate login option for the First Allotment
Login credentials are entered- User name, password, and district
A new page will be displayed showing the allotment list
Download the page
Take a printout of the page for further use.
In this way, students can check their names in the First Allotment list of HSCAP 2020. Further admission process starts today and will be continued till 19th September 2020.
The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has published an update regarding the opening of schools. The Health Ministry officially published a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on 8th September evening of partial re-opening of schools for higher classes.
Since we are all aware of the current situation that Schools have been closed since April due to the worldwide pandemic situation. Schools and students have suffered a lot during this academic year of 2020-21. Finally, the Health Ministry has declared the opening of schools in Unlock 4. The notice states that partial reopening of school will take place from 21st September 2020 for classes of 9,10,11 and 12. SOP clearly states that the reopening will be totally voluntary and students can come and take guidance from teachers with their parent’s consent. Students will need to submit a properly signed declaration by their parents in order to visit schools during this time.
In the detailed notification, it covers two important points regarding the preventive measures to be taken when the school opens and the measures to be taken by the school before the school opens. The notification provides Generic preventive measures and preventive measures before the reopening of schools. SOP explained the prerequisites which need to be done before the school reopening on 21st September 2020. Students can find the full information here:
General Preventive Measures
According to the official notification by the Health Ministry, these are the preventive measures which need to be followed and properly managed by schools when the school reopens:
Use of Face masks and Face covers in the school premises
Use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers and regular washing of hands with soap
Maintaining a distance of 6 feet between teachers and students as feasible
Respiratory etiquettes such as covering one’s mouth while sneezing and coughing too be followed
SElf-monitoring of health and reporting of illness at the earliest
Installation of use of Aarogya Setu App
Measure Before Reopening of Schools
Here, you will see the measures which are to be followed by schools before the school opens as per the official SOP released by Health Ministry:
Only schools which are not in Containment zones are allowed to be open
Teachers and students residing in containment zones are not allowed to visit the school
Schools which were used as quarantine centers in the past need to go for deep sanitization and cleaning
Proper sanitization of schools including laboratories, halls with 1% sodium hypochlorite solution
Only 9 to 12 class students are allowed to visit schools on a voluntary basis
Only 50% of teaching and non-teaching staff can come to school
Marking and management of crowding outside school premises need to be planned
A contactless attendance system needs to be adopted
Assemblies, sports events, etc are strictly prohibited
Swimming pools in schools will remain closed
Backup storage of face masks, sanitizers, gloves should be available in need for teachers and students
Sanitizers, sodium hypochlorite solutions, soaps should be readily available at school
Pulse oximeters for checking oxygen level and thermo gun should be available in need to check any ill person
Management of covered dustbins and trash cans should be properly done at school premises
Schools in order to reopen need to follow all these preventive measures and also follow these strictly in order to prevent the infection spread and to provide a safe environment for students and teachers.
Best Teacher Award 2020: All India Council for Technical Education has organized a teacher honoring ceremony on 15th September 2020. AICTE is organizing Best Teacher Awards for the first time on the birth anniversary of M Visvesvaraya, the father of Engineering in India.
Best Teacher Award 2020: Engineering Day
Mokshgundam Visvesvaraya was the Diwan of Mysore from 1912 to 1915. He was a Bharat Ratna, an Indian Civil engineer and a statesman. Engineer’s Day is celebrated every year on 15 September to mark his birth anniversary. He was also a renowned precursor of Economic Planning in India. He was a knight commander of the British Empire. He also worked as a Chief Engineer at flood control system in the city of Hyderabad. Check | NCERT Solutions
Visvesvarya Teacher Awards on 15th Sept. 2020
AICTE in order to present honour and to pay gratitude to the hard work of teachers of the country is organizing the Best Teacher Award for the very first time in our country. For this AICTE invited applicants from all over the country till 31 August 2020. Applicants need to submit the entries at visvesvaraya.aicte-india.org. It announced that they will present 20 awards to Best teachers on 15th September 2020. Along with this, all teachers will be presented with 25000 INR cash and a badge and a certificate of excellence. AICTE further announced that they will announce the results of the ‘M Visvesvaraya Best Teacher Award’ on 15th September 2020.
This movement by AICTE will encourage young teachers to keep going and keep doing the hard work. Teachers have worked for centuries without any selfish motive. They have worked for generations making others successful. This appreciation will act as a gratitude token from every student of the country. It will encourage them to update with increasing technology and development in every field of education. Teacher’s need respect and love for what they do and what they offer.
Teacher’s Day 2020
Teacher’s Day is celebrated every year on 5th September in honour and to pay gratitude to the teachers of all over the country. Teacher’s Day is a special day which marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, The First Vice President of India and the Second President of India.
Why is Teacher’s Day Celebrated?
Since 1962, every year on 5th September, teacher’s day has been celebrated. It was Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s request to celebrate his birth anniversary as a celebration for the teachers. He was one of the most distinguished twentieth-century scholars. His knowledge in the area of education was commendable. He was acknowledged by many great Universities all over the world for his excellence and intelligence. He believed that the future of a country lies in the hands of children and teachers are the only ones who can educate them and make them a responsible citizen who wishes to work for the country’s growth and development.
Dr. Sarvepalli was an advocate of education and he wanted to make people understand the hardships, challenges and obstacles a teacher has to face in order to make others educated. He believed that we all should celebrate their hard work and pay gratitude to their contribution in building the world.
Teacher’s Day: Importance/Significance
Teacher’s day is a day on which students acknowledge the efforts of their teachers which they have put to educate them. It is a day to celebrate the hard work of the teachers and to thank them for their contributions. Not only on teacher’s day that we should be thankful to the teachers but in our entire life, it is the teacher only who will wish us to move forward reach several heights and success in the future.
Teachers are the only people who wish real success to their children with no ulterior or selfish motives. We will find many people in our lives in our success path and then we understand the importance of a teacher that you will find no one as a teacher who just wants your success. Not only on teacher’s day, but we should also be thankful for our teachers throughout our life. Every child needs a teacher in their life who will educate them and make a good person with good values. After our parents, we have teachers who will guide us for the betterment of our future.
Teacher’s Contributions in Covid-19
As the Coronavirus prevailed in our country, everything stopped. Factories, warehouses, transportation, shopping malls, theaters, markets, offices, and many more places were completely closed but what remained open was School.
The school remained open although it may not be like regular schools where we go, study, meet with our friends but it was the teachers who continued to educate students no matter what was the condition outside. During these difficult times, teachers continued to provide classes to students no matter if they had the resource or not. We have seen how they manage to provide online classes with their own families around.
In this corona period, along with doctors and cleaning staff teachers were the only person who worked 24×7 a day. They have to take care of their own family, take care of their own children, and provide classes and solve their problems. One of the most disturbing things is that nowadays students do not understand the pain and hard work of teachers and disrespect them. Disrespecting teachers is like disrespecting God. Students must understand the importance of teachers in their life and be equally thankful for that.
A very big thank you to all the teachers reading it from all the students all over the country.
THANK YOU, TEACHERS
HAPPY TEACHERS DAY
Teachers’ Day 2020: Greatest Indian Teachers Of All Time
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is one of the greatest teachers of all time. His trust on education and children was noticeable. One of his famous quotes is ‘True teachers are those who help us think for ourselves’
He was a philosopher, mendicant, meditator, spiritual teacher, and religious leader who lived in Ancient India and also the founder of Buddhism. One of his famous quotes is ‘ No one can save us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.’
He was the first scholar and also known as Kautilya or Vishnugupta. He was known for his intelligence and sharpness. One of his famous quotes is ‘ Aman is great by deeds, not by birth’
Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam
He was an Indian Aerospace scientist and a great person by heart. He loved kids and loved to engage with them. His one of the famous quotes is ‘Don’t read success stories, you will only get a message. Read failure stories, you will get some ideas to get success.’
He was a Bengali polymath- poet, writer, philosopher, and painter. He reshaped Bengali literature and music. One of his famous quotes is ‘You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water.’
He was an Indian Hindu monk who was behind Ramakrishna Mission. He propagated the Gurukul system in the country, where teachers and students lived together. One of his famous quotes is ‘You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.’
Swami Dayanand Saraswati
He was an Indian philosopher, social leader, and the founder of Arya Samaj. He also worked towards the promotion of equal rights for women. One of his famous quotes is ‘ A value is valuable when the value of value is valuable to oneself.’
He was known by his pen name Munshi Premchand and was an Indian writer famous for his modern Hindustani literature. He was greatly influenced by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda. One of his famous quotes is ‘To be successful in life what you need is education, not literacy and degrees.’
She is the first female teacher of India who played a vital role in improving women’s rights in India, along with her husband. She is also regarded as the mother of Indian feminism. One of his famous quotes is ‘Sit no idle, Go get an education.
RBSE 10th, 12th Supply Exam 2020 Date-Sheet Released:Finally, the wait for the class 10th and 12th students who were waiting for the announcement of the date sheet for the supplementary exams to be conducted by the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education is over. As per the latest update shared by the RBSE, the RBSE 10th and 12th Supply Exam 2020 Date sheet has now been released on the official website of the board.
Students who have to appear for the RBSE 10th,12th Compartmental Exam 2020, must log-on to the official website of Rajasthan Board and check the date sheet immediately. Students are also advised to download and save a copy of the date sheet on their system and keep it handy for planning their preparations.
RBSE 10th and 12th Supply Exam 2020:Important Information
Along with the date sheet, the board has also announced the list of the examination centres. It has been made clear that all health and safety norms will be fully followed during the RBSE 10th and 12th Supply Exam 2020. This includes using face masks, sanitizers and observing social distancing. More details and information will be updated on the official website of RBSE within a few days. Students are advised to regularly check the official website of the board @www.rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in for regular updates.
Students must pay the necessary fee for the supplementary examination by 17th August 2020 as it is the last day for payment of the application fee. After paying the fee, students must forward a copy of the bank receipt and forwarding list to the board by 25th August 2020.
RBSE 10th and 12th Supply Exam 2020: Important Dates
The compartment examinations for class 12th students will commence from 3rd September 2020 and will end by 12th September 2020.
3rd September 2020
Hindi (Compulsory), Agriculture Science, Chemistry, Economics, Political Science, Environment Science English (Compulsory), Public Administration, History, Short-hand (Hindi/English), Sociology, Accountancy, Physical Education, Agro-biology, Philosophy