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All Regular classes in Colleges to reopen from tomorrow

Karnataka State Government has decided to reopen the colleges in the state for students of the first, second, and third year Under Graduation, Post Graduation, Polytechnic and Engineering from tomorrow (15th January 2021) by taking all precautionary safety measures like wearing of mask, sanitization, thermal scanning to check temperature on regular basis and social distancing ,

Admits COVID 19 Pandemic, Since March 2020 the colleges have remained closed and in November 2020 classes for Final year Degree Students and PG Students were started,

The students attending regular classes should submit the written consent letter from parents without it they won’t be permitted, All the Students, Teaching and non teaching staff are not required to undergo COVID 19 testing. However, those with Covid symptoms must be tested

Deputy Chief Minister Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan said the colleges in Karnataka will be reopening from 15th January 2021 after being shut down for nearly 10 months and the classes for first, second and third year Degree students along with Engineering and Diploma Students will resume 

Recently from 1st January 2021 the Karnataka State Government has resumed the offline classes for students of classes 10 and 12 

NIC with CBSE to launch CollabCAD Software on 14th January

National Informatics Centre (NIC), MeitY along with Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Ministry of Education is jointly launching CollabCAD Software, a collaborative network, computer-enabled software system, providing a total engineering solution from 2D drafting & detailing to 3D product design for students and faculty of Engineering Graphics Curriculum,

It will also release a comprehensive e-book on CollabCAD 3D modeling. This e-book 1.0 is ready for public release through the CollabCAD portal and will guide CAD students, beginners, and professionals in understanding and using CollabCAD Software,

This initiative aims to provide a great platform to students across the country to create and modify 3D digital designs with a free flow of creativity and imagination

Free training for SC / ST Students in Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy

Applications are invited from Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe Graduates within 30 years of age who are interested in the field of Film for free training in Karnataka Film (Chalanachitra) Academy, Candidates will be selected for training based on the marks obtained in the graduation, 20th January is last date to apply, Applications received after the closing date will not be considered

Application CLICK HERE
Instructions CLICK HERE
Amazon launched academy to help students prepare for IIT- JEE

Amazon India launched Amazon Academy to help students preparing for the admission to IIT –  JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) to engineering colleges, the online academy will equip students with learning material, live lectures and comprehensive assessments in Math, Physics and Chemistry,

The statement released said “Amazon Academy will offer students a range of JEE preparatory resources at launch, including specially crafted mock tests by industry experts, over 15,000 handpicked questions with hints and detailed step by step solutions for practice”,

However the beta version of Amazon Academy will be available free of cost on the Google Play store.

A new edition of Atal Tinkering Lab handbook 2.0 released

Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog launched its new edition of Atal Tinkering Lab handbook which reinforces detailed establishment and operational processes of the Atal Tinkering Labs and its journey towards an innovative ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat,

The Atal Tinkering Lab Handbook 2.0’ outlines a practical guidance on structural, selection, establishment and celebration aspects of the AIM’s flagship ATL programme,

This handbook provides a detailed guidance for schools across the country on building a technically robust mechanism of grass root innovations through ATLs, to download handbook CLICK HERE

Parliamentary Panel says give Question bank to students attending Board Exams 2021

In a move to reduce the learning gap in students arised due to ongoing COVID 19 pandemic across the country, according to the sources a parliamentary panel has suggested to the Education Ministry that a Question Bank should be given in advance to the students of classes 10 and 12, out of which the selected Questions which will be asked in the board exams,

This year due to various problems many of the students have missed the virtual classes may be some reasons as no proper internet connectivity, not able to afford phones by poor families,

The Panel chairman BJP MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe suggested that the ministry should have promoted, through advertisements and other mediums, classes for various subjects conducted by Doordarshan and All India Radio (AIR) on different platforms, he added the question bank should cover the entire syllabus and should have questions which evaluate both analytical and logical abilities of the students.

Tablet to be given to college students to inspire digital learning

Karnataka State Chief Minister B S Yeddyyurappa speaking at the inauguration of Swami Vivekananda’s 158th Birthday at Banquet Hall in Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore said that State Government has taken decision to provide tablet to college students, Rs 150 crores being spent on it to inspire digital learning among college students, he added that Rs 430 crore for infrastructure development of colleges has been reserved.

30% reduced syllabus for 10th std likely to be released today

Karnataka State Primary and secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said that decision has been taken to reduce the Syllabus for 10th std by 30% since academic year got started late in wake of COVID 19 pandemic and students not getting time for preparation, He added that the Commissioner of Department of Public Instruction will issue authentic orders regarding it, and it is likely that reduced syllabus will be released today by Department of Education 

Amidst COVID 19 pandemic the classes for 10th and 12th std along with Vidyagama programme for 6 to 9th std started in the state from 1st January 2021 taking all precautionary measures,

Last week Education Minister made announcement that Examination for PUC will be held in 2nd Week May 2021 and SSLC Board Exams in June 1st week 2021, he said that the students are in favour of continuing Vidyagama Programme in the state and for no reason it should be stopped.

Government gives consent for EL encashment

In the wake of COVID 19 crisis, the Karnataka State Government had issued orders cancelling EL encashment for the fiscal year 2021, but the State Government Employees demanded that permission be given for EL encashment,

The chief Secretary has assured that the Government will take back the orders issued to stop EL Encashment and shortly new orders will be released, he added that the demands to provide DA (Dearness Allowance) which has been stopped since 2020 and other topics will be discussed and decisions be made shortly.

Degree, PG Examination 2021 to be delayed

Due to COVID 19 Pandemic the academic year for Degree and PG Students got started late and it is not possible to complete the syllabus within the specified time and also the students won’t get time for preparation,

The UGC in its guidelines has instructed all the Vice Chancellors of Universities that the Examinations be completed by March 2021, According to the officials a letter to be written to UGC regarding it to extend time till April – May 2021 to conduct the Examinations, as this time the academic year got started late and the curriculum is difficult to complete in stipulated time due to the short duration.

30% Syllabus to be reduced, says Education Minister

Karnataka State Primary and secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said that decision been taken to reduce the Syllabus for 10th std by 30%, today in evening or tomorrow the Commissioner of Department of Public Instruction will issue orders regarding it,

Amidst COVID 19 pandemic the classes for 10th and 12th std along with Vidyagama programme for 6 to 9th std started in the state from 1st January 2021 taking all precautionary measures,

Last week Education Minister made announcement that Examination for PUC will be held in 2nd Week May 2021 and SSLC Board Exams in June 1st week 2021, he said that the students are in favour of continuing Vidyagama Programme in the state and for no reason it should be stopped.

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