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1.#UGC generosity ends with fee advice
The higher education regulator has advised universities and colleges offering general-stream courses not to force students to pay their full fees during the lockdown but has not announced any extra grants for the institutions. @UGC official said this means allowing the students to pay their fees in installments or deferring the payment for a few months. He said the advisory was not binding. Since the students have to pay the full fees at the beginning of the academic year (for 12 months) or a semester (for 6 months), they have already paid their fees for the current period of lockdown.
2.#Bengal govt seeks damage report from colleges
The university exams will have to be conducted at many of the affected colleges in mid-July. The worst-hit colleges are mostly in South 24-Parganas (#Maheshtala, #Canning, #Raidighi, #Kakdwip, and Sagar Island) and in parts of #North 24-Parganas, the official said. Several colleges in #Calcutta, too, have been “severely damaged”, the official said.
3.#SEBA HSLC #Result to be declared on June 6 at sebonline.org Board of Secondary Education Assam also known as SEBA will declare the class 10th board exam results on Saturday, June 6. The result will be announced at 9 am. over 3.8 lakh students appeared for the Assam class 10th board exams this year.
4. #Rajasthan Board revised datasheet released for 10th, 12th pending exams.
#RBSE Class 12th exam will begin from June 18 while the class 10th exam will be held between June 27 and 30. The exams will be conducted from 8:30 am to 11:45 pm. The exams for hearing and speech impaired students will be held from June 20 to 25. RBSE Varishtha Upadhayay Pariksha will be held from June 18 to 30.
5. #Tripura 10th, 12th pending board exams postponed again
The Tripura Board of #Secondary #Education has decided to postpone the pending papers of Tripura Class 10 and 12 board @exams. The pending #board exams were supposed to start on #June 5. The exams have been postponed due to the extension of the #COVID-19 lockdown.
6. Parents concerned over plans to reopen #schools, over 2 lakh petition Opening of schools in #July will be the worst decision by the government. It’s like playing with fire when we ought to douse it with full force. The current academic session should continue in e-learning mode. If the schools claim that they are doing a good job via virtual learning then why not continue it for the rest of the academic year,” said the petition, which has been signed by over 2.13 lakh parents
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