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Good News for Failed 10th Class Students: Details Inside

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The JKBOSE has allowed the 10th fail students to continue their 11th class studies in a significant decision. Therefore, in the coming months, the failed students can appear for their remaining exams and pass them. Although the students are protesting for mass promotion, JKBOSE has said that their result was announced after the Academic Committee and J&K Government decision.

The JKBOSE has announced that the students failed the exams, and students unsatisfied with their results can appear for the exams in September-October. Meanwhile, they can continue their 11th class study if they have taken admission.

This year, the JKBOSE was able to conduct only two exams due to the second wave of coronavirus outbreak. After which, a new marking scheme was introduced to announce the result. According to the procedure, the third exam was evaluated based on the marks of best of one exam, then the fourth exam was assessed based on the marks of best of two exams, and the fifth exam was evaluated based on the marks of best of three exams.

Amish Mahajan
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Road accident at Sidhra, truck damaged

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A serious accident took place at Sidhra road in Jammu on Friday afternoon where a truck with vehicle number JK021C2788 tilted on the Highway turn and got damaged.

According to the nearby people, the truck driver got injured and is undergoing treatment. However, no major life or vehicle loss happened during the accident.

A lot of mishaps are happening these days due to careless driving. It is advised to drive in a limited speed and be careful especially at Highways.

Muskan Langoo, Content writer, JK Media

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After 12 years of wait, 27 JKPS officers inducted into IPS

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After more than a decade, a high-level panel headed by a Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) member, approved the induction of 27 Jammu and Kashmir Police Service (JKPC) officers into the elite Indian Police Services (IPS).

Among the officers inducted into the IPS, 14 have already retired while 13 are serving. Officials said the inductions were approved at a meeting in Srinagar chaired by TCA Anant, member UPSC and attended by J&K Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta, Principal Secretary Home Shaleen Kabra, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh and two representatives of Union Ministry of Home Affairs.

For the last 12 years, no JKPS officer had been inducted into IPS which had led to stagnation and resentment among the local officers as a number of them were working as SSPs even after 22 years of service or more. The last induction of JKPS officers into IPS was conducted in 2014 and the seats were filled up to 2009.

Significantly, out of 66 IPS officers in J&K, including those who are on Central deputation presently, all are direct recruits of IPS and there is not even a single JKPS officer inducted into the IPS due to delay in inductions because of variety of reasons — the litigations arising out of seniority disputes being one of them.

Earlier, out of a total of 147 IPS posts in J&K, 80 were reserved for direct IPS officers and 67 for JKPS, who are inducted into IPS. This was part of UPA government’s special formula for J&K under which 50 per cent posts each were reserved for direct recruits and JKPS officers.

However, after the abrogation of special status of J&K under Article 370 in August 2019, Narendra Modi government reversed the order and restored the previous formula of 67:33 bringing J&K at par with other states and union territories.

The induction of JKPS officers into IPS will lead to their promotion as DIGs, especially those who have completed mandatory service for the post, and taking into account available posts which will overcome the shortage in the rank of DIGs.

Sources said the JKPS officers, who have been inducted into the IPS, will get AGMUT (Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Mizoram UTs) cadre and can be posted outside J&K as well.

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Over 1.30 cr saplings proposed to be planted across UT in this year: J&K LG

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Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Friday said that 1.30 crore saplings are proposed to be planted across the Union Territory this year.

“During this year, a target of 1.30 crore saplings is proposed to be planted across the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir,” LG Sinha said after launching “Green J&K Drive-2021” from IIT Jammu in Nagrota area here in the city outskirts.

He said that the ‘Green J&K Drive’ aims at creating a people’s movement at a massive scale with the involvement of all stakeholders particularly Village Panchayats, Women, Students, Urban Local Bodies, Institutions, NGOs, and Civil Society.

“IIT Jammu and J&K Forest Department have taken up the Greening and Eco-restoration of forest land diverted for the purpose of creation of this august institution,” he expressed.

The Lieutenant Governor said that it is vital to ensure balance between Development and Conservation.
“The Forest and Tree cover of J&K is around 55percent which is substantially higher than the National average of 24.56 percent,” he asserted.

“Our aim is to bring two third geographical areas of J&K under forest and tree cover,” said Mr Sinha.

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