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Will declare results of Class 12 compartment exam before 10 Oct, CBSE tells Supreme Court

The Supreme Court bench was also informed by the UGC that it will commence the academic calendar for UG courses from 31 October, by which time the results of the retest will be out.
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SC asks CBSE & UGC to declare results, ensure admission of students giving compartment exams

The top court asked the two education bodies to work in tandem to ensure that the careers of two lakh students isn't jeopardised in these exceptional times.
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CBSE can’t help students taking class XII compartment exams, onus on colleges, says SC

The apex court said this while hearing a plea challenging CBSE's move to hold compartment exams, saying the exam dates are after colleges complete their admission process.
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DU registration process ends today, receives highest number of applications in 3 years

The varsity received 2,85,128 applications from CBSE Board students, followed by 12,272 from Board of School Education Haryana & 11,521 from the Council for the ISCE.
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70% KV & CBSE students satisfied with e-learning, govt to now focus on bridging digital gap

A survey released by the education ministry states that students who lack online facilities will be taught via TV, radio, newspapers and other means, by involving parents.
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CBSE to hold optional exams to improve Class 12 board results score in September

The exams are for students whose Class 12 board results were declared last month based on assessment scheme and who wish to improve their performance.
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CBSE declares Class 12 results without a merit list, girls again outperform boys

CBSE said it has decided to not call students ‘fail’ on mark-sheets, but refer it as ‘essential repeat’. Optional exams will be conducted for students not satisfied with their results.
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After ICSE and ISC board, now CBSE unlikely to announce merit list this year 

CBSE officials say they’re calculating results on the basis of an evaluation scheme this year and, therefore, coming up with a merit list makes no sense in such a situation.
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Silencing ‘dirty secrets’ and Vikas Dubey’s ‘mask’ tutorial

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.
Kanpur's wanted criminal Vikas Dubey | ThePrint

Vikas Dubey’s ‘arrest’, CBSE’s non-political science & Jagdeep’s laughing matter

The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.

On Camera

TV news had a tough time covering Hathras gangrape case. Sushant kept coming in between

News channels have Trumpified their coverage — they have been nasty, mean and often brutish in covering the Sushant Singh Rajput case.
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India will not meet its Rs 2.1 lakh crore disinvestment target in 2020-21, DEA secretary says

Govt retains its Rs 12 lakh crore borrowing limit for the full financial year, which means it can borrow Rs 4.34 lakh crore in the second half.

Defence

Indian Army soldiers atop a T-90 tank in Ladakh | Representational image: ANI

These are the challenges Indian Army will face in Ladakh this winter, besides the Chinese

Temperatures have already dipped below minus-5 degrees Celsius in the upper reaches, and the Army is still procuring items for the thousands of troops deployed.
Narendra Modi and Amit Shah | File photo: T. Narayan | Bloomberg

Partners dispensable in Modi-Shah construct if they do not bring additional votes

In the Modi-Shah construct, if partners do not bring additional votes, they are dispensable. However old or loyal, either they become supplicants, or die.