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HPU Campus:Defamatory wall writings stir controversy

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Student Federation of India criticized it, and said, “The defacement of public property is bad thing. But the question is who is creating situation that has been leading to such bad things on the campus?”

SHIMLA-The objectionable writings on the walls of the Arts block and Law Department buildings and on the campus road against the Vice-Chancellor and the Chief Minister over the controversial fee hike and banning of the Students Council elections ignited a fresh trouble in the Himachal Pradesh University here today.

The police have lodged an FIR under the Disfigurement Act against unidentified persons for the objectionable and defamatory wall writings against the V-C and CM after the objectionable slogans were detected by the university staff and the police.

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The slogans have raised the concern of the teaching fraternity and students as the issue has fuelled a fresh row in the trouble-torn campus where the police have launched a hunt to identify students leaders in agitation against the fee hike. The high-powered committee has submitted its report to the government which is yet to take a final call on the issue.

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The objectionable wall writings have defaced the public property and buildings as the campus is not owned by anyone, resented students and teachers on the campus. Both students and university administration and V-C are equally to be blamed for the ugly situation, they added. The members of the joint front of the student wings blamed the VC and the state government for the deteriorating law and order situation.

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Student Federation of India campus president Rahul Kumar said, “The defacement of public property is bad thing. But the question is who is creating situation that has been leading to such bad things on the campus?”

The students belonging to the SFI-ABVP joint front justified the wall writings with derogatory slogans on the campus. But the NSUI has remained tightlipped on the issue.

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HPU Registrar Dr Mohal Jharta said they had lodged the complaint with the police to nab the culprits. “We will take action against them. The university will abide by the decision of the government on the fee hike issue ”, he added. SP, Shimla, DW Negi said the police had lodged the FIR against the persons on the complaint of the university.

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Proposed HPBOSE Date-Sheets for 8th, 10th, 12th Exams 2021 Issued, Objections Invited till Feb 10

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Shimla-Date-sheets for Class 10, 12, and 8 yearly examinations for the 2020-21 session have been released by the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education yesterday. These schedules would apply to both regular and State Open School (SOS) students. 

These are proposed date-sheets, which have been uploaded on the official HPBOSE website and objections have been invited from teachers, students, and parents. Objections can be mailed on www.hpbose2011@gmail.com till 10 February 2021.

According to the proposed HPBOSE date-sheets, examinations for 10th class would be held from May 5 to May 20, 2021. For 12th class, exams would be held from May 4 to May 29. Exams for 8th class would be held from May 5 to May 19. While timings for class 10th and 8th would be 8:45 to 12 PM, class 12th exams would be conducted from 1:45 PM to 5 PM.

The Board has already decided that yearly examinations of HPBOSE for Class 10th and 12th for the session 2020-21 would not be conducted online. The decision was taken considering the fact that several regions of the state do not have Internet connectivity due to which students face difficulties.

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Class 10th and 12th Yearly Exams Will Not be Conducted Online Due to Lack of Uniform Internet Connectivity in State: HPBOSE

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Dharamshala-Yearly examinations of Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) for Class 10th and 12th for the session 2020-21 will not be conducted online, informed Dr Suresh Kumar Soni, Chairman, HPBOSE. The decision was taken considering the fact that several regions of the state do not have Internet connectivity due to which students face difficulties, he said.

It was decided after the Chairman held a video conference with Deputy Directors and school principals/headmasters to discuss the matter relating to the conduction of examinations.

He also informed that due to the pandemic schools remained closed and the Board could not conduct online practical exams and said that it is considering to allow the schools to conduct them at their level.  Further, to avoid crowding at schools, exams would be conducted in morning and evening sessions and more examination centres would be created. He informed that the Board is also considering to provide question papers for 5th, 8th, 9th, and 11th classes to maintain uniformity in examinations across the state.  

Various aspects related to various classes are under consideration and would be forwarded to the Education Minister Govind Singh Thakur, he said. In accordance with Minister’s directions, the Board would try to resume regular examinations, the Chairman added.

Further, he informed that the Board is conducting examinations for 12th class (Science) in March 2020 and has invited applications from candidates. The candidates can apply online through nearest SOS centre between 28th December to 28th January.

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Himachal Shuts Down All Educational Institutes A Week After Re-Opening 

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Shimla-A week after re-opening for regular classes, the Himachal Pradesh Government had to shut down all government and private schools, colleges, ITIs, polytechnics, engineering colleges and coaching institutes from 11th to 25th November 2020, for students, teaching and non-teaching staff amid alarming surge in COVID-19 cases and fatalities.

The decision was taken in a Cabinet meeting held on November 10, 2020. It’s pertinent to mention that the state government had re-opened the school for the students of 9th to 12th from November 2. However, during the past few days, hundreds of teachers and several students tested positive in various schools, especially in Mandi district.

Meanwhile, the unpreparedness of the state government came to light as the largest medical facility – IGMC Shimla- ran out of space in isolation wards for COVID-19 patients. It’s packed to full capacity. Reportedly, another dedicated COVID-19 hospital – DDU Shimla- was also running out of space. The government has also failed to establish make-shift hospitals, which it had been promising for the past couple of months. However, Chief Minister Jairam Thakur had been maintaining in media statements that the government was prepared for all eventualities.

Questions have also been raised over the quality of protective gear provided to health staff as several officials tested positive at a COVID-19 hospital in Mandi district.

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