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CBSE class 12 results to be announced today, class 10 by 1st August


After waiting for months, students of CBSE class 12 can now take a sigh of relief, as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced that results of students belonging to CBSE class 12 would be declared today, at 2 pm.
The exam was scheduled in May 2021. But, due to sudden spike in COVID-19 cases, it was cancelled. At the peak of second wave, when the COVID-19 situation in India went out of control, CBSE decided to cancel the exams for good and a relative marking system was adapted to grade students.
CBSE class 12 results would be hosted on multiple platforms so that students can check their results conveniently. Students can check the result at UMANG, DigiLocker, SMS Organiser and DigiResults.
But first, students would have to find their roll numbers as no admit cards were issued this this year. Students, keep your Roll Number handy for quick reference. Use the Roll Number Finder facility on http://cbseit.in/cbse/2021/rfinder/landing.aspx . Results can also be downloaded from DigiLocker , wrote CBSE on Twitter.
Simple guide to find your result:
Step 1: Find your roll number using http://cbseit.in/cbse/2021/rfinder/landing.aspx link.
Step 2: Using the roll number, login on UMANG, DigiLocker, SMS Organiser and DigiResults to see your scores.
As per latest updates, CBSE class 10 results could be declared by 1st August 2021.

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Schools in Maharashtra to reopen from Oct 4; education min says no compulsion to attend physical classes

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Radhika Dhawad | Mumbai

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Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad, on Friday, September 24, announced all schools in Maharashtra would reopen from October 4. However, all COVID-19 norms would have to be followed by the students.

She added, All the schools in rural areas will resume physical classes for standards 5th to 12th. Physical classes for standards 8th to 12th would resume everywhere in urban areas.

However, physical classes would not resume for standards 1st to 7th in urban areas and standards 1st to 4th in rural areas.

She further added, Though schools will reopen in the entire state, there is no compulsion for students to attend physical classes. Consent of parents will be necessary if they want to attend.

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Council of Architecture conducts 3rd NATA 2021 exam in 150 Indian, 6 international cities

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Students while entering an exam centre for 3rd NATA exam

Students while entering an exam centre for 3rd NATA exam

The Council of Architecture successfully conducted the third NATA (National Aptitude Test for Architecture) exam on September 3 in 150 Indian and six cities abroad. The first test was conducted on April 10, 2021, and the second test was conducted on July 11, 2021.

Students at an exam centre for 3rd NATA exam

Students at an exam centre for 3rd NATA exam

The test, which was conducted at 181 centres, saw a candidate attendance of 92%, informed architect Habeeb Khan, President, Council of Architecture. Results of the third NATA test will be declared on or before September 8, 2021 on the NATA portal at www.nata.in. 

For candidates, who have appeared in two tests, the best marks secured in the two attempts shall be taken as the valid score for admission to B.Arch course.

NATA is an aptitude test, which evaluates the aptitude of a candidate to study architecture. NATA has been designed to assess the aptitude of candidates using different testing formats and techniques. 

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1st phase of 20-day online Sanskrit class ends; foreigners enrol for ‘language of God’

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The first-level-online-Sanskrit classes Sanskrit Sansthanam in Lucknow, successfully came to end. The 20-day classes, which come under the Language Department of the Government of Uttar Pradesh, had started on 20 July 2021.

The classes were held at various places across the state on 11 August 2021.

In the same sequel, Nootan Vishnu Regmi, Sanskrit language instructor of the institute from Gorakhnath Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Gorakhpur, coordinated this concluding program through Google Meet, which was conducted by Satish Sharma, the language instructor of the institute from Annapurna Gurukul located in Vrajghat, Garhmukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh.


The program was started with an invocation by senior student Piyush TAndon (Lucknow). Sanskrit scholar Dr Madhusudan Mishra, who was called from Jammu and Kashmir as the Chief Guest in the program, told everyone that it is necessary to study Sanskrit to avoid western blindness.


Similarly, Satish Sharma and Nootan Vishnu Regmi also shared their experience of how they learned this new technique of conducting online classes.

They said that with this new experience of conducting a Sanskrit class online, Sanskrit sambhashan would get connected with the people of India as well as foreigners.

Among the students, Nita Tiwari (Hyderabad) Amish Makkar (Punjab) Madan Lal (Nagaland) Nidhi Gupta (Mumbai), Subrat Mondal (West Bengal), Neelam, Yogendra, Meena, Viplav, Subhadra, etc., also narrated their experiences.


Many such students also recited Sanskrit songs.

After 20 days of classes, an examination was held on 10th August at 7-8 pm, wherein 99% of the students have passed with good marks.

The institute would soon provide the certificates to the students. Now foreigners are also showing interest in this scheme and enrolling themselves.

Behind this historic plan, along with the Yogi government, Pawan Kumar (IAS) director of UP Sanskrit Sansthan, President Dr Vachaspati Mishra, training head Sudhist Kumar Mishra and along with the member of the implementation committee of this scheme, the instructors who are the backbone of the scheme played an important role.

Moreover, the students who enrolled and attended the classes played a vital role in the success of the scheme.

In view of the incomparable interest in the Sanskrit language by thousands of students taking these classes, the institute is in the process of giving a concrete shape to the second level Sanskrit sambhashan scheme, which will soon be materialised.

Along with this, the process of enrolling for the first level online Sanskrit sambhashan classes through the links of the institute’s website is still going on in large numbers by way of messages received through missed call on the number 952234003.


Click on the link to register on sanskritsambhashan.com


Correspondent – Nootan Vishnu Regmi 

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