Month: August 2022

Swachhta Pakhwada

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Swachhta Pakhwada 2022 to be observed in all schools from 1st to 15th September 2022, The date-wise calendar of suggested activities during the Swachhta Pakhwada is shared herewith for wide dissemination up to school level,

In accordance with the decision taken in a meeting chaired by the Cabinet Secretary all the States / UTs have been advised to observe Swachhta Pakhwada activities in schools

The Department of School Education and Literacy Karnataka has released the day to day activities guidelines of Swachhta Pakhwada to be conducted in schools, for more details CLICK HERE


Day Activity
1st Sept Swachhata Shapath Day
2nd Sept Swachhata Awareness Day
3rd & 4th Sept Community Outreach
5th Sept Green School Drive
6th & 7th Sept Swachhata Participation Day
8th & 9th Sept Hand Wash Day
10th & 11th Sept Personal Hygiene Day
12th Sept Swachhata School Exhibition Day
13th & 14th Sept Swachhata Action Day
15th Sept Prize Distribution Day

Pledge of Swachhta Pakhwada program to be taken by the students, teachers on the first day of Swachhta Pakhwada program in all schools

September 1st: Swachhata Shapath Day

Swachhata Shapath function may be organized wherein all students and teachers/staff may participate, Swachhata awareness message to be posted, Electronic banners may be created and uploaded to highlight the observance of the Swachhata Pakhwada and create awareness for Swachhata.

September 2nd: Swachhata Awareness Day

Holding a meeting of SMCs, SDMCs. PTA to highlight the importance of cleanliness and sanitation among children, parents, and teachers; and to encourage and inspire them for hygiene and sanitation in school as well as home, Extensive cleaning of toilets, MDM kitchen, classrooms, fans, doors, windows, bushes in the campus and surrounding area to be undertaken

September 3rd & 4th : Community Outreach

The teachers to visit nearby villages to address the local communities on Swachhata with a special focus on sustaining toilet usage and taking up waste management work in their areas, Upload the number of teachers participating in the community outreach activities on Google Tracker and other publicity materials in drive

September 5th: Green School Drive

Every school may arrange for dustbins. Dustbin with Blue and Green-color must be used for Recycled and Unrecyclable waste respectively in view of making children aware of the classification of wastes, Guidelines regarding precautions to fight against COVID 19 to be made aware, Planting of trees in and around school premises and encourage children for gardening. Reuse of waste material to be taken up

September 6th and 7th: Swachhata Participation Day

Essay, Quiz, Drawing, Skit, Debate, Poem creation, Slogan writing competition for students on cleanliness and hygiene practices to be conducted, 

September 8th & 9th : Hand Wash Day

Create Awareness on the need for proper hand wash in daily life, Children be taught the proper method of hand washing after eating, create awareness regarding wastage of water and control

September 10th and 11th: Personal Hygiene Day

Audiovisual program to be undertaken to motivate students and others for maintaining cleanliness, teach about direct impact of hygiene practices on overall health, Provide awareness on menstrual hygiene among girls of Classes VI to XII

September 12th: Swachhata School Exhibition Day

Photographs, paintings, cartoons, slogans and others on Swachhata activities may be displayed in schools. Parents and community members may be invited to attend the exhibition

September 13th to 14th: Swachhata Action Day

Create awareness among students on all aspects of Swachhata personal, physical, mental, environmental societal, create awareness among SDMC, SMC, PTA regarding measure to overcome COVID 19 pandemic, 

September 15th: Prize Distribution Day

Distribution of prizes for the participation of children, teachers, and parents in competitions conducted in schools like Painting, Essay, Debate, and Quiz to encourage Swachhata. All Schools may sum up their activities and work undertaken during the Swachhta Pakhwada 2022 and select the best activity for forwarding to department officials

ABHA card


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With an aim at providing a digital health ID to all the citizens of country, Central Government of India launched the Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA), which was earlier known as Ayushman Bharat Health ID in 2021,

It  launched by the National Health Authority (NHA), which is part of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. According to the Central Government the ABHA is the “first step towards creating safer and efficient digital health records for you and your family.”

ABHA is a unique health ID that uses a 14 digit identification number and that can be generated by using an Aadhaar card or mobile number.

Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) allows the users to share their health records digitally with hospitals, clinics, insurance providers and others. Citizens can create their unique ABHA card without any cost, 

The ABHA card helps to access all your medical records such as lab reports, prescriptions and diagnoses on the single platform and present the medical records even if you are in a different place of your stay,

Thus, the person can get the medical care even in new localities and also get access the Healthcare Professional Registry (HPR) which is a compilation of the details of all the doctors in India, It helps to avoid long queues for registration in healthcare facilities across the country

It provide an option to choose to create your ABHA number voluntarily. Also the user at any time can also request for permanent deletion or temporary deactivation of the ABHA number, Seamless sign up for PHR (Personal Health Records) applications such as ABDM ABHA application for Health data sharing


Step 1 : Visit ABHA Portal (CLICK HERE)

Step 2 : Click on Create ABHA number using Aadhar Card / Driving Licence

Step 3 : Click on Next

Step 4 : Enter Aadhar Number (Tick I Agree)

Step 5 : Click on Next

Step 6 : Enter OTP received on your registered Mobile Number

Step 7 : Enter Mobile Number and Click on Submit

Step 8 : Verify your details, Click on Submit (Note down your ABHA Number)

Step 9 : You have option to create your address, 

Step 10 : Click on Download ABHA card

ABHA Card establish unique identity across different healthcare providers within the healthcare ecosystem,

The user can use their ABHA number to seamlessly sign up for a ABHA address, and ensure that the health records created for are shared only with the user. To enable health data sharing, it is recommended that one create the ABDM ABHA address and link it with their ABHA number, Don’t delay, Get create your ABHA card now

Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams

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Notification for Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams 2022 released

The Kannada Sahitya Parishat has released the notification for Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams for the year 2022 – 23,

As per the notification released Kannada Pravesh Exam consists of 2 papers of 100 Marks each, Kava consists of 2 papers of 90 marks each and Oral Exam for 20 marks, Jana Consist of 4 papers of 100 Marks each and Oral Exam for 40 Marks, Ratna consist of 5 papers of 100 Marks each, duration of Exam is 3 hours,

The candidates with age 10 years above are eligible to apply for Kannada Pravesh Exam, to apply for Kava Exam the candidate should have passed Kannada Pravesh or Passed in 7th std, and age should be above 15 years,

To apply for Jana Exam the candidate should have passed Kava or Passed in SSLC, and age should be above 18 years, to apply for Ratna Exam the candidate should have passed Jana or Passed in PUC or 2 years service as Primary School Teacher, and age should be above 20 years, 31st August 2022 is the last date to apply and 15th September 2022 is the last date to apply with penal fees of Rs 50

Notification  CLICK HERE
Application  CLICK HERE
Previous Exam Papers

The Kannada Sahitya Parishat conducts every year Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams, The candidates who have not studies 1st Language Kannada in SSLC or Higher Classes can get pass these Exams and get eligible for KPSC Recruitments,

As compulsory  Kannada Paper is mandatory for those who have not studied 1st Language Kannada in SSLC or higher classes to be eligible for various recruitments competitive exams

Question Papers 2020

The Kannada Sahitya Parishat Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams Question Papers of 2019 – 20 for reference been provided

Question Papers 2018

The Kannada Sahitya Parishat Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams Question Papers of 20118 for reference been provided

Question Papers 2015

The Kannada Sahitya Parishat Kannada Pravesh, Kava, Jana, Ratna Exams Question Papers of 20118 for reference been provided