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24th June 2021

Relieve all deputed Teachers immediately and send back to their place of working

Department of Public Instructions, Karnataka has directed all the DDPI’s and BEO’s to immediately take necessary action to relieve all the deputed teachers immediately and send back to their place of working, fail to do so will initiate strict action, for more details CLICK HERE 

GPF interest rate fixed at 7.1% 

Despite the hardship faced due to ongoing COVID 19 crisis, Nethraprabha M Dhayapule, the Under Secretary of the Government of the Department of Finance, announced that the interest rate on Karnataka General Provident Fund (GPF) account has been set at 7.1 per cent for the period from 1st April to 30th June 2021,

The GPF Statement for the year 2020 – 21 has been released, to check the statement CLICK HERE

Karnataka State Government issued order announcing to take up COVID 19 vaccine drive for college students

In the wake of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Karnataka State Government has issued order to carry out COVID 19 vaccine drive for all the College students, Teaching / Non Teaching staff to get COVID 19 vaccine,

According to the interim report submitted by the experts to reopen colleges after getting Students and staff vaccinated, the state Government has issued the orders,

Arundhati, the National Campaign Director said as the state Government has decided to reopen colleges from next month, Prior to reopen colleges it has ordered vaccination of all graduate college students, faculty and support staff,

The health department been directed to vaccinate all students above 18 yeas and instructed to carry out vaccination in a campaign mode by organizing a vaccination camp inside the college premises, for more details CLICK HERE

Toolkit for Youth Campaign on COVID Appropriate Behaviour, Vaccination drive and Psychosocial well-being released

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has released the Toolkit for Youth Campaign on COVID Appropriate Behaviour, Vaccination drive and Psychosocial well-being,

The toolkit is designed to encourage eligible citizens who are above 18 years of age – to become Youth Champions in the fight against COVID 19 supporting the Largest Vaccine Drive and COVID Appropriate Behaviour, for complete details CLICK HERE

College students to be vaccinated in July, Says DCM

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister Dr C N Ashwath Narayan Speaking to the media after the distribution of tablet PCs to students in Bengaluru said the Karnataka State Government is contemplating plan to start the colleges under the slogan “Marali Collejige : Back to college”,

He added as per the interim report submitted by the Dr Devi Shetty led panel of experts the Sate Government intends to vaccinate all the Undergraduate students and the vaccination to start from 1st or 2nd week July 2021,

He further said the vaccination for above 18 years have been started and on priority basis the teachers and students will be vaccinated.

Students & Teachers to be vaccinated on priority basis, Says Karnataka CM

Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddiyyurappa said the Students and teachers will be vaccinated against COVID 19 on priority basis, after holding a discussion with an expert committee on the recommendations regarding reopening of schools and colleges

He added government will consider opening higher educational institutions in a phased manner after vaccinating students and teachers, following recommendations from the Dr Devi Shetty led expert committee on possible COVID 19 third wave,

He further added No discussion has been held with regard to opening schools from class 1 to 10 as those below 18 years are not yet vaccinated, and clinical trials are on underway to vaccinate them, decision regarding it will be taken later.

Free tablet PC’s for college students to be distributed shortly

To facilitate the teaching – learning process at collegiate level, the first in the country to boast higher education Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister Dr C N  Ashwath Narayan said the Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa to Launch tomorrow the Free tablet PC’s distribution

The tablet PCs will soon be distributed to 1.55 lakh students studying in 430 government first class colleges, 87 government polytechnics and 14 government engineering colleges.

He further added the State Government is distributing tablet PCs to such a large number of students, with the aim of alleviating discrimination and digital gaps in the learning of urban and rural students in the wake of COVID 19 hardship and utilise those to learn through Learning Management System that provides digital learning platform.

Last date extended to apply for National Awards to Teachers 2021

The Ministry of Education, Government of India has extended the last date of self nomination till 30th June 2021,

The purpose of National Awards to Teachers is to celebrate the unique contribution of some of the finest teachers in the country and to honour those teachers who through their commitment and industry have not only improved the quality of school education but also enriched the lives of their students

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Application invited from Film and Television workers for Rs 3000 financial assistance

The Karnataka State government has invited Application from Film and Television workers for availing financial assistance of Rs 3000 as announced by Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa under COVID 19 special economic package to  in distressed, for complete eligibility details and apply online CLICK HERE

RTE 1st round seat allotment results announced

The Department of Education, Karnataka has announced the 1st round RTE seat allotment results,

in the first phase under the Right to Education Act (RTE)  2009, 4,755 eligible children have been allotted seats,

The selected students are informed to get enrolled in the school seat allotted by 9th July 2021,

A total of 11,531 applications were considered for the first round lottery, which was held online on 22nd June 2021, the Seat selected information is sent through SMS to the registered mobile number of the parents of the selected student

Decision on activities to be taken up once schools reopen to be announced shortly

Karnataka State Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh said the report regarding activities to be taken up once the Schools reopen in the state which have remained closed due to ongoing COVID 19 pandemic will be taken after going through the report to be submitted tomorrow by the Dr Devischetti to the Karnataka State Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa,

He added a study by the State Department of Education Research and Training stated that 30 per cent of children are out of school activities due to lack of physical classes,

We are faced with the challenge of focusing more on children so that they are not deprived of education this year, the final decision regarding physical classes and activities to be taken up will be taken after discussion once the report gets submitted.

BMTC Bus pass validity extended

Karnataka State Government announced relaxation of Lockdown rules in 16 districts from tomorrow,

In the Meanwhile BMTC buses to operate the services from tomorrow and to facilitate the commuters, BMTC has extended the validity of Monthly bus passes of April 2021 till 8th July 2021,

In a press release issued by the Managing Director of the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, the BMTC will launch its services to the public from tomorrow, 

Transport services are provided on 117 routes from 6AM to 7PM, Digital ticketing system is provided on all buses, Masks made mandatory, Social distance to be followed while boarding and get down from buses

Karnataka State revised Lockdown & Unlock 2.0 guidelines released

Karnataka State Government has released the revised Lockdown and Unlock guidelines to contain the spike in daily COVID 19 cases, As a result, the lockdown has continued in Mysore till 5th July 2021, Partial Lockdown in 13 districts where COVID 19 positivity rate is high. The rest of the 16 districts have unlocked and published the roadmap.,

According to the revised guidelines all the factories are allowed to work with 50% staff. About 30% of employees in Garments are allowed to work,

Construction works been given permission, Street Vendors allowed to function from 6AM to 5PM, All hotels, restaurants are allowed to open from 6AM to 5PM with 50% capacity

The parks are allowed to open from 5AM to 6PM, Liquor stores are allowed to open till 5PM, only parcel allowed, Taxis and Autorickshaws are allowed to operate with maximum 2 passengers, Buses, Metro allowed to operate with 50% capacity, All Government, Private offices are allowed to function with 50% of their staff strength

Daily COVID curfew will be imposed from 7PM to 5AM, Weekend curfew will be implemented from 7PM on Friday night to 5AM on Monday, Swimming Pools, Places of Worship, Pubs, Meeting halls are not allowed to open, for complete guidelines CLICK HERE

Lockdown rules further relaxed in districts with low positivity rate, announced by Karnataka CM

Karnataka State Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa announced Lockdown rules are further relaxed in 16 districts with low COVID 19 positivity rate,

However lockdown is extended in the districts with high positivity rate, the revised guidelines will be in effect till 5th July 2021, All shops are open from 6 am to 5 pm.

The hotels, clubs and restaurants are allowed to open till 5pm, with 50 per cent of the crowd, the buses and metro are allowed to operate with 50% population,

Lodge, resorts are allowed to open with 50 per cent people. Gyms are allowed without air conditioning,

However for the districts of Karnataka Viz – Hassan, Udupi, Dakshina Kannada, Shivamogga, Chamarajanagar, Chikkamagaluru, Bangalore Rural, Davanagere, Dharwad, Kodagu Bellari, Chitradurga and Vijayapura districts the earlier guidelines will be continued,

A state-wide night curfew and weekend curfew will be continued, the opening of swimming pool, meeting place, place of worship, shopping mall, amusement park, pubs are not allowed

Online classes to be started from 1st July, says Education Minister

In the wake of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Department of Education Karnataka has released Academic plan for the year 2021 – 22 directing the teachers to make preparation for commencement of classes,

According to the schedule released the academic year 2021 – 22 to commence from 1st July 2021,

Meanwhile Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said from 1st July 2021 the classes for the students will be conducted through online, Doordarshan,

The Physical classes will be started as per the State Government guidelines which will be issued after reviewing the COVID 19 pandemic situation in the state,

The enrollment in Government Schools last year got increased, he added this year too teachers should take steps to ensure more number of students get admission.

Karnataka State constitute Committees to prepare Academic Curriculum for UG, PG Courses

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister Dr C N Ashwath Narayan said along the lines of National Educational Policy (NEP) for undergraduate and postgraduate courses the Committees have been set up to prepare academic curriculum to be implemented across the state from the academic year 2021-22,

He added eight committees have been formed: 3 Committees under Faculty of Arts (Social Sciences, Humanities, Fine Arts and Visual Arts), 3 Committees under Faculty of Sciences (Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Chemical and Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences)

And one committee each under the Faculty of Commerce and Management and Engineering

Employees with physical disability and Pregnant women exempted from attending work

In the wake of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, P Ravikumar the Chief Secretary of the Karnataka State Government has issued order directing all the staff of the departments providing the necessary services in the State shall attend duty, In addition all officers of Group A category rendering services in all the departments must attend office.

The state government has ordered that the officer and staff of Group B, C and D  shall attend to duty on 50% rotation basis,

All officers and staff of Group B, C and D who are exempted from attendance shall be available at the central location and shall attend and perform the duties assigned to the COVID 19,

Meanwhile the employees with visual impairment, physical disability and pregnant women are exempted, the circular will be in force till 30th June 2021

Grants released to give Milk Powder to students in month of June, July 2021

As part of State Government project to provide nutritious food to students, the Department of Education today released a grant of Rs 16,371 lakh for the distribution of skimmed milk powder to students in the months of June and July 2021,

Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar while speaking to the reporters said With the intention of providing nutritious food to the Government school children during this time of distress, we now intend to provide half a kilogram of milk powder per student for the months of June and July,

He added this decision by the Government will not only supplement the nutrition of our children but also help to improve the economic status of rural milk producers and farmers who are suffering due to COVID 19 pandemic crisis, for more details CLICK HERE

New learning methods to be introduced in Higher Education, Says DCM

To reduce the gaps between theoretical and practical knowledge in higher education courses and make students competitive globally,

The Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwath Narayan said the Karnataka State Government is committed to introducing new learning methods, he added educational institutions will be encouraged to achieve collaborations in pursuit of acquiring knowledge and skills,

Prof K Kasturirangan, Chairperson, NEP Drafting committee said now its right time to consider introducing the ‘PBL’ (Problem Based Learning) method in Engineering courses along the lines of implementing the National Education Policy

Last date extended to apply for Sports awards 2021

The Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports invited nominations / applications for Sports Awards viz. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awards,

Arjuna Award, Dronahcyara Award, Dhyan Chand Award, Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Purskar (RKPP) and Maulana Abul Kalam Azad(MAKA) Trophy for the year 2021,

Last date for receipt of nominations has been extended till 28th June 2021 (Monday), for more details CLICK HERE

PM Launched Customized Crash Course programme for COVID 19 Frontline workers

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Customized Crash Course programme for COVID 19 Frontline workers, The training programme would be conducted in 111 training centres spread over 26 states.

About one lakh frontline workers will be trained in this initiative,

The training will be imparted to Covid warriors in six customised job roles namely Home Care Support, Basic Care Support, Advanced Care Support, Emergency Care Support, Sample Collection Support, and Medical Equipment Support, for more details CLICK HERE

2nd year PU results to be declared based on Marks instead of grades

Due to ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, the Karnataka State Government cancelled the 2nd year PU Exams and announced that the 2nd year PU results will be announced in grade format on the basis of SSLC and 1st year PU Marks,

Meanwhile the Directorate of Department of Pre University Snehal announced the 2nd year PU Exam results will be declared based on the marks instead of the grade,

Further added announcing the 2nd year PU results in grade format will have an impact on students future and the students may find difficulty while applying for Jobs, hence it is been decided to announced results based on marks as earlier years, 

Validity of DL, RC extended till 30th September 2021

In the wake of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic across the country and Lockdown been imposed in states with higher positivity rates,

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India has extended the validity of documents related to Motor vehicles act till 30th September 2021

Guidelines for Vaccination for International travellers released

The Karnataka State Government has released the guidelines for vaccinating the International travellers who have taken 1st does of COVID 19 Vaccine, the MohFW have extended the gap between 1st and 2nd dose of vaccine by 84 days,

However the students travelling to foreign counties for purpose of Education, Employees working in Foreign countries and Tokyo Olympic participants will be vaccinated if they completed 28 days after the 1st dose, for complete details CLICK HERE

Customized Crash Course programme for COVID 19 Frontline workers to be launched on 18th June

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi to launch Customized Crash Course programme for Covid 19 Frontline workers’ on 18th June 2021 at 11 AM through video conferencing.

The launch will commence the programme in 111 training centres spread over 26 states,

The training will be imparted to COVID 19 warriors in six customised job roles namely Home Care Support, Basic Care Support, Advanced Care Support, Emergency Care Support, Sample Collection Support, and Medical Equipment Support, for more details CLICK HERE

All the Applications for Haj 2021 are Cancelled

The Ministry of Haj & Umrah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a statement informing that due to Corona Pandemic conditions “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has decided to allow citizens and residents inside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia only to attend Haj 1442 in limited numbers.

International Haj has been cancelled, Hence it has been decided by the Haj Committee of India that all the applications for Haj 202l stands cancelled, for more details CLICK HERE

Teachers transfer schedule to be announced soon, says Education Minister 

In the wake on ongoing COVID 19 pandemic and technical issues, the Government Primary and High School Teachers Transfer Process has not been undertaken from 2 years, recently the objections if any to the draft Teachers Transfer Rules Amendment were called,

Meanwhile Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said he has directed the concerned officials to take necessary steps to prepare the Transfer schedule and notify.

He added that without any technical glitches this year the teachers transfer process will be conducted at the earliest.

COVID 19 special package for Private School Teachers process to be started shortly 

Due to ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, the Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa announced Special Package for the section of society facing economic crisis due to pandemic situation,

In the second package Karnataka Chief Minister announced a special package of Rs 5,000 for Private School Teachers, as the process not yet been taken up,

Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said he has directed the officials concerned to speed up the process of direct transfer of special package to Private School Teachers bank accounts by collecting their details, Shortly the process to be undertaken so that package reach the needy.

Teachers & other Exam staff taking part in SSLC Exams 2021 to be vaccinated on preference 

In the wake of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Karnataka State Government got postponed the SSLC Exams scheduled to be held in June 2021 and has decided to hold the Exams in Revised Pattern (Multiple Choice Question Based) in 3rd Week of July 2021,

The Department of Education has written a letter to Health Department to Vaccinate the Teachers and Exam staff taking part in SSLC Exams 2021, to ensure that the SSLC Exams in 3rd Week July are conducted safely, around 6000 Exam centres are being formed,

The teachers and Exam staff working in those centers to be vaccinated on preference, the Department of Education has instructed the District DDPI’s to prepare the list of teachers and other officials taking part in SSLC Exams 2021 and get vaccinated

Work from Home for Teachers of 11 Districts

Due to ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Karnataka State Government has issued fresh guidelines imposing Lockdown in 11 districts till 21st June 2021 and ease lockdown in remaining districts,

The Department of Education had directed the Teachers to attend Schools from tomorrow (15th June 2021) and get ready all Educational resources, start Admission process as Karnataka State Government plan to start classes from 1st July 2021 for the academic year 2021 – 22,

In the wake of Lockdown in 11 districts the Department of Education has given relaxation for the teachers of those districts to work from home till Lockdown ends and instructed the teachers of other districts to attend schools from tomorrow, for more details CLICK HERE

Schools to start from 1st July & Teachers to attend School from tomorrow

In the wake of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Karnataka State Government has relaxed Lockdown in 19 districts and imposed lockdown in 11 districts till 21st June 2021,

However there was discussion whether the Schools get reopen from tomorrow according to the Shiakshanika Margasuchi released by the Department of Education that the Schools will commence from 1st July 2021 and Admission process to be started from 15th June 2021,

Meanwhile the Education Commissioner Anbu Kumar has directed that all the Teachers should attend classes from tomorrow (15th June 2021) and start Admission process for the academic year 2021 – 22, there will be no changes in the Guidelines issued.

Karnataka State revised Lockdown & Unlock guidelines released

Karnataka State Government has released the revised Lockdown and Unlock guidelines to contain the spike in daily COVID 19 cases, As a result, the lockdown has continued till 21st June 2021 in 11 districts where COVID 19 positivity rate is high. The rest of the 19 districts have unlocked and published the roadmap.,

According to the revised guidelines all the factories are allowed to work with 50% staff. About 30% of employees in Garments are allowed to work,

Construction works been given permission, Street Vendors allowed to function from 6AM to 2PM, Optical shops allowed to open 6AM to 2PM, t

The parks are allowed to open from 5AM to 10PM, Liquor stores are allowed to open till 2PM, only parcel allowed, Taxis and Autorickshaws are allowed to operate with maximum 2 passengers

Daily COVID curfew will be imposed from 7PM to 5AM, Weekend curfew will be implemented from 7PM on Friday night to 5AM on Monday, BMTC and KSRTC buses not allowed, Few Government offices are allowed to function with 50% staff, for complete guidelines CLICK HERE

Lockdown rules relaxed in districts with low positivity rate, announced by Karnataka CM

Karnataka State Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa announced in press conference after holding meeting with top officials, Ministers, Experts, the Lockdown will be continued in 11 districts with high positivity rate till 21s June 2021, 

However in the other districts the Lockdown rules are relaxed, till 21st June 2021 all the factories are allowed to work with 50% staff. About 30% of employees in Garments are allowed to work,

Construction works been given permission, street vendors are given permission for trade from morning 6AM to 2PM, the parks are allowed to open from 5AM to 10PM,

Daily COVID curfew will be imposed from 7PM to 5AM, Weekend curfew will be implemented from 7PM on Friday night to 5AM on Monday, BMTC and KSRTC buses not allowed, Few Government offices are allowed to function with 50% staff.

Lockdown extended in 11 districts till 21st June, announced by Karnataka CM

In the wake of rise in daily COVID 19 pandemic cases, Karnataka State Government imposed Lockdown throughout the state till 14th June 2021,

As the number of daily cases are getting reduced in state, however the Karnataka State Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa announced Lockdown to be continued for one more week till 21st June 2021 in the districts with high positivity rate,

After holding meet with Mysore, Davanagere, Dakshina Kannada, Bangalore Rural, Shimoga, Tumkur, Kodagu, Mandya, Chikkamagalur, Hassan, Belgaum districts officials Karnataka Chief Minister announced as the positivity rate is high in these district, It has been decided to continue the lockdown for a week till 21st June 2021 in these districts,

He added that the strict action to be initiated in these districts by the District officials to contain the spread of COVID 19 and new revised guidelines will not be applicable to these districts till 21st June 2021