इस राज्य ने लिया बिना परीक्षा लिए 10वीं कक्षा के छात्रों को पास करने का फैसला…

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इस राज्य ने लिया बिना परीक्षा लिए 10वीं कक्षा के छात्रों को पास करने का फैसला…


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तेलंगाना के मुख्यमंत्री के. चंद्रशेखर राव ने सोमवार को कहा कि दसवीं कक्षा के सभी छात्रों को परीक्षा लिए बगैर अगली कक्षा में प्रोन्नत किया जाएगा क्योंकि कोरोना वायरस महामारी को देखते हुए परीक्षाएं आयोजित करना संभव नहीं होगा. एक आधिकारिक प्रेस विज्ञप्ति में बताया गया, ‘‘मुख्यमंत्री ने दसवीं कक्षा के सभी छात्रों को आंतरिक आकलन अंक के आधार पर उन्हें ग्रेड देकर अगली कक्षा में प्रोन्नत करने का निर्णय किया है.” विज्ञप्ति में बताया गया कि सरकार निकट भविष्य में स्थिति के आधार पर स्नातक, परास्नातक की परीक्षाएं आयोजित कराने पर निर्णय करेगी. राज्य में दसवीं कक्षा के करीब 5.35 लाख छात्र हैं.

यह भी पढ़ें

तेलंगाना में 10वीं कक्षा के सभी छात्रों को इस साल बिना परीक्षा लिए पास कर दिया जाएगा.  मुख्यमंत्री चंद्रेशखर राव ने यह फैसला लिया है. राव ने कहा कि सरकार के लिए कोरोना संकट में परीक्षा आयोजित करा पाना मुमकिन नजर नहीं आ रहा है. 10वीं के सभी छात्रों का इंटरनल असेसमेंट के आधार पर आकलन किया जाएगा. तेलंगाना में दसवीं के कुल 5,34,903  छात्र हैं. तेलंगाना में दसवीं की परीक्षा 19 मार्च से शुरू हुई थी. लॉकडाउन से पहले तीन परीक्षाएं आयोजित की जा चुकीं थी. बाकी को लॉकडाउन के चलते स्थगित कर दिया गया था.

इससे पहले राज्य सरकार ने परीक्षा के लिए तारीख की घोषणा की थी. तेलंगाना में दसवीं की परीक्षाएं 8 जून से 5 जुलाई के बीच आयोजित की जानी थी. लेकिन सोमवार को मुख्यमंत्री राव ने कक्षा दसवीं की बची हुई परीक्षाओं को आयोजित करने को लेकर एक रिव्यू मीटिंग ली. जिसमें परीक्षा आयोजित न करने का फैसला लिया गया. इससे पहले तेलंगाना सरकार ने राज्य के पहली से नौवीं कक्षा के छात्रों को बिना परीक्षा लिए पास करने का फैसला लिया था.

(इस खबर को एनडीटीवी टीम ने संपादित नहीं किया है. यह सिंडीकेट फीड से सीधे प्रकाशित की गई है।)



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New building approval system in Telangana from June: KTR | Hyderabad News – Times of India


Telangana minister KT Rama Rao

HYDERABAD: The state government will implement the Telangana State Building Permission Approval and Self-Certification System (TS-BPASS) from the first week of June.
Municipal minister KT Rama Rao held a review meeting with municipal authorities on Thursday and asked them to make arrangements for implementation.
The TS-BPASS is being implemented on experimental basis in 87 municipalities since March. Though the government wants to implement from April 2 across the state, it was postponed due to Covid-19 outbreak.
The new system is also gearing up to to give permissions to non-highrise structures that come up within 600 sq yards where only online submission with relevant documents and self-certification is sufficient. No permission is required for buildings within 75 sq yards.
In case of more than 600 sq yards, the applicant will receive the permission through the single-window system. The town planning authorities will have to clear it within 21 days, failing which the plan deemed to have been approved.
Under the new system, if any applicant or owner found to have been submitted or deviated the plan, the authority has power to demolish without any notice.
The minister said about 1,100 applications have been received until now. While the officials have been verifying the applications, a few buildings have already received permissions.
KTR asked the officials to upgrade the required infrastructure and enhance the training for the employees to ensure hassle-free transactions. He instructed the MA and UD officials to call for a meeting within two days with the district collectors, revenue officials, town planning officials from the GHMC limits.
“Officials should provide various online options (Mee Seva centres) for the citizens to send in their applications, apart from the offline registrations. A call center is also being set up for those who have any queries,” he said.
The minister expressed happiness over the present software system used for the approval system. He also asked the officials to make necessary upgrades of the software based on the feedback given by the officials from the ground.



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dentist commits suicide: Telangana: Dentist hangs herself after harassment | Hyderabad News – Times of India


HYDERABAD: A 32-year-old dentist committed suicide by hanging herself in her house in Miryalaguda, Nalgonda district in Telangana. Police, later, booked her husband and mother-in-law for dowry harassment.
D Shwetha, a resident of Reddy Colony, got married in the year 2009 and the couple has an eight-year-old daughter. She was staying with her husband, daughter and mother-in-law.
On Wednesday at around 3pm, the family found the victim hanging when her husband, who is a paediatrician, came back from duty. Her body was found inside the bedroom.
According to the victim’s family, she was repeatedly harassed by her husband and mother-in-law for additional dowry allegedly due to which she committed suicide.
“We found a suicide note, where she has mentioned that she wanted to stay happy with her family but due to disputes she could not. Hence, she was ending her life. We are still investigating the case,” said Miryalguda CI Nagaraju.
A case of dowry harassment, abetment to suicide and relevant sections of the Dowry Prohibition Act was registered.



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Fire in UoH: UoH reports second fire mishap in one week | Hyderabad News – Times of India


HYDERABAD: Fire broke at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) on Wednesday night leaving several wild animals dead within the campus. Students said that it was the biggest fire accident reported within the campus this summer.
This was the second fire mishap reported within the campus in the last one week. Even in February, a similar fire mishap was recorded wherein close to 100 acres of forest land, mostly consisting of dry grass, was gutted.
According to students, the fire broke around 10pm at three locations – behind School of Life Sciences, near Nallagandla lake area and behind the non-teaching staff quarters.
“Some residents of nearby apartments living around the university noticed the fire and shared the pictures with us and alerted the university security officials. It was a huge fire mishap compared to last few incidents that have occurred within the campus,” said Ravi Jillapalli, research scholar and wild-life activist at UoH.
It took almost one and a half hour for the university authorities along with student volunteers to douse the fire. “The fire was doused around 11.30 pm. We are uncertain of the reason behind the mishap. It was mostly dry grass that started burning near Nallagandla lake and spread to other areas,” said Jalandhar Reddy, security officer at UoH.
The fire mishap killed several snakes among other wild animals within the campus. Students suspect that cowherds who enter the campus from outside may have caused the fire. “The cowherds who enter the campus to graze animals start a bonfire which then spreads throughout. In the last few incidents,” said Jillapalli.
In view of rising recurring fire mishaps within the campus, students have demanded the university to have its own a fire extinguishing vehicle.



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Telangana gives 150 doctors jobs to fight Covid-19, only three take up offer | Hyderabad News – Times of India


HYDERABAD: Even as doctors bravely battle the novel coronavirus pandemic, recruitment of medical professionals by the Telangana government seems to have hit a roadblock.
The state government recently offered temporary contracts to 150 doctors after receiving more than 2,500 applications. The doctors would be employed for as long as they were needed to fight the pandemic.
Those who were selected for the job were asked to report at the Gachibowli sports complex, one part of which has been converted into a Covid-19 hospital. Only six turned up and three of them are believed to have changed their mind and left the hospital.
Doctors, who are being hired on contract, will also be paid a special allowance apart from remuneration. They can be deployed anywhere in the state based on their preference mentioned in the application. “For all practical purposes only three doctors have accepted our offer,” said a source.
The salary is on a par with any government doctors at the entry level. While a specialist is being offered Rs 1 lakh per month to work as a medical officer, for MBBS doctors Rs 40,000 per month is offered. For those doctors who have completed their AYUSH degree, the remuneration is Rs 35,000 per month.
“I don’t think salary is the issue here. There are MBBS doctors who are working for Rs 18,000 to Rs 20,000 per month in private hospitals. At the ground level, some of these doctors are not willing to take up Covid-19 duties because of the risks involved. They may also be worried about the quality of PPEs in some hospitals,” an official said. He added that the temporary nature of the job was also a hindrance.
Majority applications came from nurses
The state department of health, medical and family welfare’s recruitment notification was issued on March 29 and April 1 for doctors, nurses and lab technicians. A majority of the applications came from nurses working in private hospitals.
The nurses asked for a month’s time to join duties as they need to serve the notice period. “With nurses, there is a hope that their jobs might get regularised, but doctors know that their services are not needed post Covid-19,” the official added. The state is now mulling to hire doctors through regular recruitment, but added the process is time consuming.
“What would happen to us post-Covid? We cannot leave our jobs now and work in rural and remote parts of the state, only to go back and start job hunting in a few months. Further, PPE kits available at the hospitals are of poor quality. Our lives will be in danger,” said PS Vijayender, state convener, Telangana Doctors Federation.
Chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao had recently said that the state managed to create a pool of 25,000 doctors and paramedics and was working on getting more personnel.



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Influx of migrants gives Telangana the jitters | Hyderabad News – Times of India


HYDERABAD: Even before the dust on Tablighi Jamaat attendees could settle down, 41,000 migrant workers, who have returned recently, are giving fresh jitters to Telangana now. After a fairly lean run till last week, Telangana has been witnessing a big surge in the last 3-4 days in Covid-19 positive cases, a fact borne by 21 migrant labourers testing positive till Tuesday.
The government is worried over the spike in the numbers in the coming days. Senior officials said the government’s main worry is that many districts, which had zero Covid-19 cases for over a month, are likely to become ‘hotspots’ for the coronavirus cases.

An official said it had become a herculean task for the government to keep tabs on migrant workers, as some of them have reached villages by walking or using personal vehicles. Of the 41,000 who had returned, about 30,000 had come from Maharashtra alone, which is the hotbed for Covid-19 cases in the country. Sources said the government is worried about a sharp spike in Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Jagtial, Adilabad, Mahbubnagar and Warangal districts.
Tests ramped up as migrant workers return
Wasting no time, the government has asked sarpanches and villagers to identify the returned workers and inform the authorities immediately. “Migrant workers are coming back in a large number, which is definitely a major concern for us. We are testing asymptomatic and highrisk contacts of confirmed cases,” health minister Eatala Rajender told TOI on Wednesday.
He said they were being identified at various levels and placed under home quarantine. “As per guidelines of ICMR, we will tests those having symptoms and treat the positive cases.”
He, however, ruled out indiscriminate testing. A senior health department official said that apart from these migrant workers, about 700 people have arrived in Hyderabad from various countries. “We put them in various hotels. More people will land here once domestic flights resume,” he said.
Officials said six districts had not reported any fresh positive cases for over 40 days. Bhadradri did not have fresh cases for past 50 days, Siddipet 43 days, Mulugu 42, Nagarkurnool and Mahabubabad 41 days and Peddapalli in the last 40 days.



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Hyderabad: Cop under lens for assault on BJP worker | Hyderabad News – Times of India


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HYDERABAD: After a video showing a Chaitanyapuri inspector assaulting a BJP worker surfaced on Wednesday, Rachakonda commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat has directed LB Nagar DCP Sunpreet Singh to conduct an inquiry into the incident.
The alleged assault took place at Gaddiannaram market when the inspector was trying to clear out farmers who were gathering to sell their produce. The market had been closed since Tuesday afternoon after reports of violation of social distancing and other norms put in place by the government.
However, a significant number of farmers are still said to have reached the market on Tuesday night following which the police had to direct them to leave the place. Upon hearing this, a worker from BJP’s Nagarkurnool cadre, Sudhakar Rao, approached the market to confront the police. He is said to have been pushed and verbally abused by the inspector.
“On police request, farmers with their vehicles initially left the market…but it was Sudhakar Rao who escorted them back during curfew hours, knowing full well that the market was close,” Janaki Reddy, the inspector in question told TOI. Meanwhile, a case has been booked against Sudhakar for assault on a public servant and other charges.



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Telangana: Housewife stayed with her husband’s dead body for three days in Nizamabad | Hyderabad News – Times of India


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HYDERABAD: A woman, who is mentally unsound, stayed with the dead body of her husband, a retired Village Revenue Officer (VRO), from three days in Nizamabad.
The shocking incident came to light on Wednesday, after locals complained to police of getting foul smell from a house, where a retired VRO and his wife reside.
When Nizamabad South police reached the location, to their surprise VRO’s wife started to restrain them and allegedly used objectionable language. Later based on the information given by locals, police came to know that she is mentally unsound.
When the police went inside, they found the dead body of a senior citizen. After conducting investigation, police found that they were no external injuries and sent the dead body to post-mortem examination (PME) and alerted the couple’s son who resides in Hyderabad.
During the preliminary findings of PME, it was declared as natural death, and he might three days ago. A case was registered under section 174 (suspicious death) Cr.Pc.



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