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Saturday, 29 August 2020

Beware! These 7 Google apps can empty your bank account

Beware! These 7 Google apps can empty your bank account

Google has become part and parcel of our lives and everyone who uses a smartphone or a computer. The applications and services of the technological giant are very popular, which also makes it a target for cybercriminals. According to a new report from Kaspersky, a cybersecurity firm, online scammers are or rather have been, directed to various Google services such as Calendar, Drive, Photos, among others, to deceive people for money.


1. Google Calendar: By making 'fake' appointments
Scammers send a fake invitation to the users and just before the event, they send reminders. Hackers add invitations to your Google Calendar account that send you a reminder that suggests you have a wire transfer in your bank account and that you must complete the information by adding the PIN number of the account.

2. Google Photos: By sharing photos that 'promise' money
According to Kaspersky, scammers use Google Photos to share photos that include comments on sudden promises of large money transfers. This is possible only when a user responds to an email. "The recipient feels that it is a harmless email from Google Photos with the heading" as somebody shared a photo with you, but it's actually a scam to get money from users

3. Google Maps: By creating fake business profiles
While this doesn't really take away money but it does hurt real businesses and end up confusing users also. Fake listings are created on Google Maps and at times users might get tricked into dealing with fake business enterprises instead of the actual ones.

4. Google Drive: By using Cloud storage
A lot of phishing pages and malware that target users' personal data – including bank details – often find their way on the Cloud through Google drive. Beware of any suspicious links that you may receive through Google Drive links from unknown sources.

5. Google Storage: By fake images and websites
The Kaspersky report says, "Google Storage is another repository of spam resources. These include links with redirects to fake landing pages and various images for use in spam mailings."

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Unlock 4: Why Fourth Phase of Unlocking From September 1 Will be Most Crucial.

Unlock 4: Why Fourth Phase of Unlocking From September 1 Will be Most Crucial.

Since the exams have not been postponed and now there is no chance of the exams getting postponed, public transport, which was functioning at the minimum capacity till unlock 3, will have to achieve the maximum capacity to ensure that exam candidates reach their centres on time.


Metro, local train

Though the ministry of home affairs has not yet published the guideline for unlock 4, several states are in favour of resuming metro trains and local trains. Once these are open, it will be crucial to monitor that all cautions are not thrown to the wind.


Reopening of schools and colleges


It is unlikely that the Centre will give a nod to reopen educational institutions. But the situation will change in unlock 4. Teachers and other employees will be asked to report to the duty. They will take online classes from the school. Additionally, many schools are centres of these national-level entrance examinations. So, educational activities will recommence from September.


No border restrictions


The MHA recently pulled up the state governments for imposing borders curbs while the Centre categorically mentioned that there would be no interstate or intrastate travel ban. From September, the state will have to allow inter-district movement without any restrictions.


Number of cases all-time high 


The number of new COVID-19 cases being reported daily in the country has reached an all-time high in the last week of August. The recover rate too is looking up. The number of tests being done every day has also breached all records. Increasing the number of tests is now the focus of India's COVID-19 strategy. As soon as a case is detected, it can be contained easily. So, despite the number of increasing cases, the health ministry is saying the situation is not grim as the death toll has come down. It remains to be seen whether the strategy works out in September as well.

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Friday, 28 August 2020

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In the midst of lockdown, the users sitting at home could read and see their favorite content. For this, Google India has launched YouTube Learning Destination. Through this, students, parents and teachers will be able to easily find educational and knowledge related videos on YouTube. The company wrote in the official blog post that any users can also take advantage of 'YouTube learning destination'. Where many languages ​​are spoken in India, you will find content in English and Hindi along with other Indian languages ​​including Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Marathi.












Training session for online teaching also. Users will be able to take advantage of this service on mobile as well as desktop. It has complete learning resources.




Which includes courses from Physics, Mathematics and Biology to Photography, Yoga and other subjects in which you have interest. The company said in a blog post, 'We have also started a training session for online teaching to teachers and educators. It is also available in Hindi. We have made it together with UNESCO. ' Not only this, the company has also released children's books on its reading app Bolo.






Google added 'Kids' section on Play Store
Google has also announced that it is adding a new 'Kids' section on the Play Store with pre-screen, teacher approved features. The Kids Tab will replace the existing Family Tab in the Play Store. The search engine giant had planned to launch the section later this year, but soon it was launched as people are still indoors due to the Kovid-19 idemic.





The Minister of State for Education and PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasara has said to draft online education soon and cut syllabus in the current teaching session. He said that the government is preparing a guide line for online education. At the same time, the syllabus will also be cut based on the opening of the school. He said this in a special conversation with the magazine after coming to Sikar for the first time after becoming PCC Chief. The Minister of State for Education said that the Central Government's guideline is being awaited for starting the school. After the guideline comes, Chief Minister Ashok will discuss with Gehlot.






After this, the policy will be set for the opening of private and government schools in the state. Till then schools will remain closed for children. On the problem of private schools, he said that the government understands his problem. Keeping in mind the interests of school directors, parents and students, the government will move forward.  He said that in the Corona era, the government will work keeping in mind every section.






 According to TechCrunch, apps are divided into three categories.  In this, one is under 5, while the second section is for 6-8 years, the third will be for children between 9-12 years of age.  At the time of launch, the Play Store will have about 1,000 teachers approved app live.






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Which includes courses from Physics, Mathematics and Biology to Photography, Yoga and other subjects in which you have interest. The company said in a blog post, 'We have also started a training session for online teaching to teachers and educators. It is also available in Hindi. We have made it together with UNESCO. ' Not only this, the company has also released children's books on its reading app Bolo.






Google added 'Kids' section on Play Store
Google has also announced that it is adding a new 'Kids' section on the Play Store with pre-screen, teacher approved features. The Kids Tab will replace the existing Family Tab in the Play Store. The search engine giant had planned to launch the section later this year, but soon it was launched as people are still indoors due to the Kovid-19 idemic.






The Minister of State for Education and PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasara has said to draft online education soon and cut syllabus in the current teaching session. He said that the government is preparing a guide line for online education. At the same time, the syllabus will also be cut based on the opening of the school. He said this in a special conversation with the magazine after coming to Sikar for the first time after becoming PCC Chief. The Minister of State for Education said that the Central Government's guideline is being awaited for starting the school. After the guideline comes, Chief Minister Ashok will discuss with Gehlot.






After this, the policy will be set for the opening of private and government schools in the state. Till then schools will remain closed for children. On the problem of private schools, he said that the government understands his problem. Keeping in mind the interests of school directors, parents and students, the government will move forward.  He said that in the Corona era, the government will work keeping in mind every section.





 According to TechCrunch, apps are divided into three categories.  In this, one is under 5, while the second section is for 6-8 years, the third will be for children between 9-12 years of age.  At the time of launch, the Play Store will have about 1,000 teachers approved app live.





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Despite closure of schools due to Corona epidemic, out of 2,17,000 primary schools in Kutch district, 1,43,213 i.e. about 60 percent students are getting online education.



Despite the closure of the school in the district, a new home learning effort was started by the state government to continue the teaching of the students. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, D.D. Launched online learning on Girnar channel.











For the students from Gujarat State Education Department, D.D. from last 15 June. According to the educational program on Girnar channel, broadcasting has been started from class 3 to 12. Class-wise teaching work is being done as per the time sheet daily from 8 am to evening.






There will be new teachers in schools next month
In the case of second class teachers, Minister of State for Education Dotasara said that the demand for appointment was being raised on behalf of the unemployed. The government lobbied strongly in his favor in the court. Now the Mandal allotment exercise has started for the selected candidates. About 9 thousand candidates will be appointed in government schools next month.






Online study option open
 Dotasara upheld the option of online education of private educational institutions. He said that during the Corona era, educational institutions give their students the option of online education, so the government has no objection to that. But for this, consent from the student and parents is necessary. The state government is also preparing a guide line for this.






 Roadmap for development
 Dotasara also talked about creating a roadmap for the development of Sikar during this period. He said that he was aware of Sikar's problems. Work will be started soon by preparing an action plan with all the MLAs.






 Educational work has been started under the home learning program of the students at home with the help of parents through all the BRC and CRC and head teachers of Gandhinagar. GCERT content and videos can be viewed on YouTube link by scanning through QR codes of textbooks, virtual class rooms, textbooks.
 According to District Primary Education Officer Sanjay Parmar, out of 2,17,000 primary schools in the district from classes 1 to 8, 1,43,213 i.e. about 60 percent students got online education. Home learning materials have been made available to the students from all primary schools of the district.





Broadcast on these channels
 From Viseg on behalf of Vande Gujarat, Class 5 on Channel 5, Class 6 on Channel 6, Class 7 on Channel 7, Class 8 on Channel 8, Class 9 on Channel 9, Class 10 on Channel 10, Class 11 on Channel 11 and Channel Class 12 is being telecast at 12.





 D.D. The programs aired on Vande Gujarat channels from Girnar and BiSeag will be uploaded on Disha YouTube link daily in the evening. Through BRC and CRC this link will be sent by the teachers to the concerned parents.





 In the future, 30-40 students of the class will be made to do academic work in the group through video conference through the Microsoft Team Virtual Class Room.



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The textbooks of the syllabus prepared by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) are going to be implemented in all government primary schools of the state from June-2016. In view of this, the government has also announced to change the curriculum of Pragya Project implemented in the state from the year 2010. The textbooks and education material of the Pragya Project will be remodeled as per the NCERT syllabus from June 2014. It will be produced in the mother tongue Gujarati.










Gujarat government is going to implement NCERT syllabus in a phased manner from first to eighth grade and ninth to 12th standard. It is going to start from first and second grade and ninth and 11th class from June-2016.





As such, the Pragya Project is being implemented in 254 schools from the year 2010-11 in the government primary schools of the state government. In view of its better results, it was implemented every year in many schools. It was implemented in 23 thousand schools in the state in the year 2016-17. Out of this, first and second class students were educated in 22 thousand schools under this project, while students of classes three and four were educated in 1300 schools. But now it will not be implemented in classes three and four.





 In order to bring uniformity in the education system in the state, along with the implementation of the NCERT course, the scheme to impart education under the Pragya Project in all government primary schools is also being implemented from June 2014.  For this, special training will also be given to primary teachers.  It will be implemented in the first and second classes from June 14 at present.  After this, NCERT textbooks will be implemented in phases three to five in the next year in a phased manner.






 Many scholars related to education are also angry with this decision of the government.  On changing the decision after some time from the government, he says that the government is making primary classes and children a laboratory.




 What is Pragya Project
 The Pragya Project is a system of learning from experience and experimentation compared to the bookish knowledge given in the current way.  Under this, children are given alphabets, numerical knowledge through observation ladder.  Which helps them to learn according to their ability and understanding.  The second step is to teach the letters and numbers given in the observation step chart.  





Cards of numbers and letters written in steps are placed in a tray, with a picture on it, which is asked by the children to lift.  From which the child picks up the picture himself and learns.  In addition they are taught by forming groups and through activities.  The speed of learning of every child is also studied.  In which the time taken by the children to learn the Mile Stone given in the Avalakon step chart is studied.





 Children are then divided into six different groups, in which children capable of learning on their own, children able to learn together with peers, children capable of learning with the help of peers, children capable of learning with partial help of teachers and teachers  Children capable of learning with the help of.  By doing this, they are taught in sports and on the basis of experience.  This method develops the child's understanding, ability to observe.  He is not burdened with education and pressure from which he learns in a healthy environmen




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The Department of Secondary Education of Uttar Pradesh has decided to conduct video / virtual classes for online studies of students of classes 9 to 12. This study will begin today through Doordarshan Uttar Pradesh and Swayambha Channel-22. Giving this information, Director of Secondary Education Vinay Kumar Pandey said that classes 9 and 11 will be taught on Prabha Channel-22 itself from 11 am to 1 am. It will be broadcast again from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Classes 10 and 12 will be taught on Doordarshan Uttar Pradesh from 1 to 2 pm, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.








Pandey has asked all district school inspectors to give wide publicity to educational broadcasting. He said that teachers should also watch educational broadcasts and there should be facility to solve students' curiosities on WhatsApp and phone. Put these instructions in the WhatsApp group of all the Principal teachers and educate the students about the educational broadcast.





Doordarshan U.P. classes from class 9th to 12th in UP today. And Prabha herself will be on channel-22.
 Classes 9th and 11th will be held on Prabha Channel-22 itself at 11 pm-1pm.  Classes 10th and 12th will be held from 1 pm to 6:30 pm on Doordarshan, Uttar Pradesh.





The process of becoming a teacher has been made more difficult in the new education policy. When it will come into force is not yet decided. But according to the new education policy, after passing the written examination, the candidates will also have to undergo an interview or demo. Unemployed organizations across the state have also started protesting about the new rules. Under the banner of Rajasthan Unified Federation, the youth met the BJP President and others and demanded changes in these rules.





 Emphasis will be on vocational education
 While important changes in the country's education policy will provide mental relief to the students, the problem of unemployed job seekers will increase. In the new education policy, the maximum focus has been on vocational education. While vocational education will be imparted to students from class VI, there will be more emphasis on practical classes in the syllabus after class X. The dream of further strengthening the structure of Anganwadi centers has also been shown through the new policy. Special report of the magazine about important changes in the new education policy.






 Such relief to students

 1. Board examination will end, emphasis will remain on assay

 Through the new education policy, the board examinations of fifth and eighth will be completed across the country. In the tenth and 12th examinations, the emphasis will be on the evaluation of the subject. The exams for fifth, eighth and tenth will be completely renewed. This will provide great relief to the students. Major changes will be made in the board exams of class X and X. 






 The importance of board examinations will be minimized. The main emphasis in the board examination will be on the knowledge test of the students so that the tendency of rote among the students is eliminated. Boards of all states will prepare a practical model of board examinations in the coming times.





 2. Vocational education from class VI
 Employment education has been promoted in the new education policy to connect students with employment. Vocational education will also be available to students from class VI across the country. The help of others including skill development will be taken to determine its curriculum.




3. 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 format will start
 Now the first five years of school will include three years of pre-primary school and foundation stage including class one and class 2. A new curriculum will be prepared for five years of studies. The next three-year stage will be from class 3 to 5. After this, the middle stage of 3 years will come i.e. the stage from class 6 to 8. The child will be given professional and skill education from the sixth. Internship will also be conducted at local level. The fourth stage (classes 9 to 12) will be 4 years old. In this, students will have the freedom to choose the subject. Any business course with science or mathematics will be exempted




4. Study in mother tongue till fifth grade
 In the new education policy, education will be provided in the mother tongue only till the fifth and up to the eighth as far as possible.





 5. Assessment of children in schools will be like this
 There will be a significant change in the report card of the country's children. They will be assessed at three levels. One will be a student himself, another is a classmate and third is his teacher. National Assessment Center-Parakh will be created which will periodically test the learning ability of children.
 He has said that information of weekly timetable should be widely disseminated so that students can get regular information.  




Parents should also be informed about this through the parent association.  Timetables and class-wise students should send information about watching videos to the Directorate of the Board of Directors of Joint Education and the Council of Secondary Education.

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During the lockdown, Doordarshan and All India Radio for students are broadcasting virtual classes and other educational content on TV, radio and YouTube through their regional channels across the country. According to an official statement, all schools across the country are closed, so these virtual clauses are helping millions of students. It will be very helpful in preparing for the board exams especially for the children of Claus 10 and 12. Many of these classes help students prepare for their engineering and medical entrance examinations.








Virtual Clauses in progress
In these virtual clauses, studies are being conducted on subjects other than syllabus. In these states, quiz shows have been included in virtual clauses to keep the interest of children in these clauses.  Let us tell you that these clauses start early in the morning and some are repeated in the afternoon.  Doordarshan centers which are already airing virtual clauses are Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir.






  All India Radio Stations Broadcasting Virtual Clauses Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Tiruchirappalli, Coimbatore, Puducherry, Madurai, Trivandrum, Tirunelveli, Panaji, Jalgaon, Ratnagiri, Sangli, Pardhani, Aurangabad, Pune, Mumbai, Gangtok, Guwahati, Bikaner,  Bikaner.  On an average, the DD channel is broadcasting two and a half hours of educational content daily and the All India Radio channel 30 minutes.





 After Chief Minister Kamal Nath's concern over the state's education system, the education department has started tightening the entire system.  Under this, virtual classes are also being started for open schools.  There will be no stopping in it, the students will be encouraged with guidance on the theme of defeat.





 Actually, the education department has now started preparing for smart class to open board examinations.  Arrangements have started for students from career guidance to training.  Under this, now the State Board of Open School Education does not stop the scheme and M.P.  Contact classes have been started by the open board (traditional) from 4th November to guide the 10th and 12th students.





 These contact classes will be conducted by November 20 through virtual classrooms located in excellent schools at district and block level in all districts of the state.  In these classes, subject experts will teach students through PPT and other interesting methods.  In these classes, the students who failed in the Secondary Education Board's 2019 examination and the students who are appearing in the December 2019 examination of the open school tradition, can get their problems solved.





 Director Madhya Pradesh State Open School Education Board has urged the students to better prepare for the examinations starting from December 6 by joining these contact classes conducted before the examination.  Contact classes will be held every day from 2:30 to 3:50 pm for class 10 students and from 3:50 to 5:50 pm for class XII.  Time schedule of training program  The official website of the State Open School Education Board can be downloaded.


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The burden of homework on students
The Education Minister said that all these efforts to continue uninterrupted education in the state of Gujarat have also been conveyed to Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal.









The District Primary Education Administration is ready for online digitization in view of home learning. The state government has organized training for students up to class 3 and 12, which will also benefit the Municipal Primary Committee-run schools.





The Virtual Classroom Program is conducted under Information and Communication Technology (ICT) under Holistic Education. Currently 500 government secondary schools will be operated. 500 state secondary schools of the state are being connected to 04 Central studios in Dehradun by two-way seamless interactivity through Satellite Interactive Terminal (SIT) and Receive Only Terminal (ROT) in the virtual classroom. Virtual classroom technology is the latest technology. It is modern with Smart Classroom and ICT Lab. Subject specialists will conduct studies in various subjects up to class 6-12 through a centralized studio. Preparation of examinations can be done through virtual classroom.





Careers and guidance can also be provided to students through the virtual classroom, which will be beneficial for their future. Virtual classrooms were set up in 52 schools in Almora, 10 in Bageshwar, 45 in Chamoli, 15 in Champawat, 46 in Dehradun, 10 in Haridwar, 61 in Nainital, 82 in Pauri, 40 in Pithoragarh, 21 in Rudraprayag and 52 in Tehri. Is going





In the current circumstances it is not appropriate to start schools. Due to this, the state government has started e-school (home learning), in which the district primary administration is ready for online digital education.





Giving this information, District Primary Education Officer Archana Chaudhary said that e-schools are a program of online education, in which students from class 3 to 12 have been included. Through the e-school of more than 4991 teachers of primary schools operated by the district's 1071 Vadodara District Primary Schools Committee, will teach and maintain about 90 thousand students up to class 3 and 8. Students and parents will give necessary guidance to the needy.





Due to the corona, schools cannot start at present, so children should study at home and this is a better option. Each cluster of Tehsil has been imparted training of virtual class rooms to 15 schools. Microsoft's team has provided software facility, which will strengthen the digital education system. During lockdown, children are being educated through Study from Home. Later, teachers are delivering books to the students of class 6 and 8. Pragya literature has been distributed for classes 1 and 2. 1.23 lakh students of classes one to eight are being transported by printing 'learn at home' educational material.





The e-school is based on home learning, with educational material for classes 5 to 8 through GCERT and for classes 9 and 12 by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Teaching Board. The education department has prepared a timetable for broadcasting the online classroom on Vande Mataram Gujarat channel through Doordarshan's Girnar and Bisec. In the evening youtube link of programs will also be broadcast and the link will be passed on to parents and students through teachers.




Bhupendra Singh Chudasama further said during the conversation, “Gujarat Education Board (GCERT) is also broadcasting 4 educational channels by joining Bhaskaracharya Institute of Space Application and Geo Informatics (BISAG) to run the academic session uninterrupted. This is helping self-education.  Our effort is not to increase the burden of homework on students during lockdown.





 Chudasama said, “Online courses have started for B.Ed. Trainees.  Principals and professors of IITE, 19 Diet, and GCERT are teaching everything online to students.  With the help of video conferencing.




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The State Education Department has made all the arrangements to avoid adverse impact on the education of students in the state during a tragedy like Corona. These arrangements have also been implemented. Gradually, the officers, employees, teachers and students of the state education department are all working day and night to familiarize themselves with this new system.








All students passed except 10th 12th-
 When all educational institutions in the state and their functioning have stopped, then what are the effective steps taken to keep the education of students smooth?  When asked, the Education Minister of Gujarat said, “Social media is being used for students studying in primary and secondary schools.  Whereas students from class 1 to class 9 and class 11 have been promoted to the next class without taking the exam.  Therefore, it will not be too early to open all schools.





There is relief news for students and their parents seeking admission under the Right to Education Act. Under the Right to Education Act, the last date of reporting for admission to private schools in Rajasthan has been increased from 7 August to 31 August. Education Department has issued orders in this regard.





 Significantly, under the Right to Education Act, 25% seats of private schools are given free admission to children from economically weaker sections. Admission is based on catchment area and lottery. In which, on selection, the child can study in that school from pre-primary to class eight for free.





 Orders issued
 It has been told in the order of the Education Department that the students who are included in the Kanam Admissions Lottery can take admission by reporting to the concerned school by 31 August. For admission to private schools, parents will have to reach the school along with other necessary documents including original residence certificate, birth certificate and income certificate. On the basis of which only the school operators will be able to enter the children. Explain that earlier this date was seven August. In which many children were denied admission.





 In a special conversation with IANS, Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendra Singh Chudasama said, “210 days of academic work has been completed in the Universities and Degree Colleges.  Nevertheless, education is being taught here through e-learning mediums.  A virtual learning platform has been prepared for this.  The syllabus for all the courses has also been made available.  Also, e-book and e-general are also being resorted to. ”





 He added, "Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and myself spoke to parents and students through video conferencing.  It was also necessary to seek his advice.  And the government is taking some measures in state education during this time of trouble, it was also necessary to tell parents, students and teachers.  Our every effort is not to affect the education of students due to Corona.



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The trend of online teaching in the midst of lockdown has come to dominate school children. Due to which they have to spend many hours in front of computers, laptops and mobile phones. At present, after the concerns of parents and increasing complaints about it, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has now started preparing a set standard procedure (SOP) for online studies. Under which the hours of online studies will be decided based on the age and class of the students.











Due to online studies, children stick to computers, laptops and mobiles day by day.





Top officials of Ministry of Human Resource Development have also held a high level meeting regarding this. Later, he has also informed the Human Resource Development Minister. There is a constant complaint from parents, that children are being taught online hours by schools. Also homework is being given on the same. Because of which children stick to computers, laptops and mobiles day by day. Due to this, their behavior is changing. Irritability is increasing in them. Which may be harmful to their health in the coming days.






Praveen Singh Jadeja, a 43-year-old teacher from a primary school in Gujarat's tribal district of , is leaving the house and teaching it near the students' house instead of the school.





For this, they have to cross the mud road to open ground. There they start classes with the help of their smartphones.





 They are doing this so that students do not suffer loss due to school closure due to corona virus.




 Students do not have facilities like internet and television
 The children coming to Jadeja to study are students of primary school from third to fifth.





 These students are not able to take advantage of the home learning programs being broadcast on Doordarshan Girnar due to lack of facilities like internet or television.





 To help such students, apart from Jadeja, about 30 teachers of Dahod are teaching children in different villages.




Inaugurating this project, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that education is being improved in the state through technology. The budget was available from 2010-11, but no decision was taken. Lakhs of children were deprived of it for not taking timely decisions. We decided on this and today Uttarakhand has become the first state to start a virtual class in school education. With this, where there are no teachers of any subject matter, the subject will be taught through a virtual class. About 1 lakh 90 thousand children will be benefited from this. The state gets full support and support from the central government. CM said that it is up to us how we make good proposals and send them.




The Chief Minister said that it will be seen how the school building can be used after school time. The possibility of using virtual class in academic studies as well as career counseling, preparation of competitions, literacy, motivation classes will be seen. CM directed the secretary school education for this.





 The principal of the school, Somasingh Mohania, says it is another challenge to find and join students who go to the fields with their parents.  It is also important to make sure that they understand what the teacher is saying.

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In Gujarat, a home learning program was started from June 15 for students of classes 3 to 12 so that there is no loss of studies, but in rural areas, teaching students under it is a big challenge.








The children living here are unable to take advantage of this due to lack of facilities like internet, television and smartphones. Some teachers have stepped up to help such students.





While online education of schools has been started due to Coronavirus infection, about 40 YouTube channels have now been started by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) of Mumbai (Mumbai). Through them only the students of not only Mumbai but Maharashtra will benefit. Teachers teaching in BMC schools are now getting their students to study online. BMC has now opened 40 channels on YouTube for students to study, where lectures are shared in four languages ​​from class one to class 10. The good thing is that the links of these topics remain on YouTube. That is, if students do not have a phone at that time or have a network problem at that time, then they can read it later.






About 2.5 lakh students study in BMC schools. According to the data released by the administration, about 30 favorite students are not able to participate in online studies and one important reason for this is not having a mobile phone. Now the BMC is trying to solve this problem.





Normally in Gujarat, when the schools open after the summer vacation, at the same time today, on June 15, CM will launch an initiative called Home Learning.





  Actually this year nothing is being done according to the schedule, be it conducting classes or examinations or admissions in the new class.





 In this sequence, every state and almost every school, college is making some effort to minimize the loss of students and in some way they can be kept busy in education related activities.





In Uttarakhand's 500 state schools, children will now be taught through virtual classes. Through this, about 1 lakh 90 thousand children of the state will be benefited. In the first phase, secondary students will be taught in virtual classes in about 500 schools in 13 districts of the state. For this, a studio has been built in Dehradun, where subject matter teachers will sit and they will be connected to schools.





 Through SIT and ROT, 500 state secondary schools of the state are being connected to 4 Central studios in Dehradun by two-way seamless interaction. Uttarakhand has become the first state to start a virtual classroom project in school education. On Saturday, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated the virtual class in 500 state secondary schools of the state. Presently, 150 schools have been fully connected. Remaining 350 identified schools will also be added in the next 15 days.





 A similar effort will be done today by CM Vijay Rupani of Gujarat.  The Chief Minister will launch an initiative called Home Learning on DD Girnar today.





  Through this, various educational programs will be telecast.  Under this, various programs will be broadcast for students of classes 3 to 12.  Along with this, similar programs will also be telecasted by Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geoinformatics on Vanda Gujarat channel.





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Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will launch a "home learning" initiative on June 15 at 8 am in association with schools due to the Kovid-19 epidemic in Gujarat.





Government schools usually open on June 15 in the state. The telecast of educational programs will be held for students from class three to 12th. In addition, similar programs will be run on the Vande Gujarat channel by the Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geoinformatics (BISAG).




Under the Study from Home (SFW) initiative, in March, just before the lockdown was announced, the state's education department connected about nine private channels and Doordarshan to Beam Classroom for all government schools. About 66 percent of the students of government schools were covered by SFW.




Under this program, tell that teachers are distributing books to children in their homes. The teachers concerned will call the children on their mobiles and provide necessary instructions and guidance.




Even before this, the Gujarat government has taken such steps. In March, the State Education Department, along with 9 private channels and Doordarshan, conducted classes in homes for government schools.  These classes were conducted under the Study from Home Initiative.  Under the SFW program, a total of 66 per cent students of government schools were reached.




Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Department has started preparations for WhatsApp virtual class to be held from April 20. On Friday, the Secondary Education Council was engaged in downloading content that could be taught to children. According to the instructions of Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma, the department is going to start online education in schools from April 20.




 Other officers were present in the office for other arrangements. Then by evening, the details of it were being collected, how many preparations have been completed in the districts, what kind of problems can come in it.




 All the e-books are available on the UP Board website. At the same time videos of the subject related to the deeksha portal are also being downloaded, due to which class and subject wise teachers are going to be sent.




 Teachers will have to send the e-book and video content to the students 1 day in advance and according to the time table the next day, during that time the students will have to be online to solve their doubts, while the concerned planetary work teacher will give it and also check it back.




There is a lockdown across the country due to Corona virus infection, in which the government has found a way to study online. This is a good move of the government, but the situation is such that there are many areas of the state where there is no proper facility of the net. To fill the online attendance, if the teacher is taught to climb a tree, then how will online education be? Not only this, even in far-flung areas and tribal areas, even today students and their parents do not have smartphones, so how will they study online.




 Private school ahead
 Private schools are far ahead of the government for online education in lockdown, while children in private schools have smartphones, laptops, tablets and other electronic devices, children of government schools do not have them all. Not only this, private schools have started online classes several days ago, while many government schools have not started yet. At the same time, children of many private schools also do not have the resources to study online.
Considering the corona and its danger, it is being speculated that possibly similar methods will have to be adopted for studies this year.  In such a situation, it can be considered as a new beginning. 




 With this, printed sheets from class one to eight students who do not have mobile or TV will be provided.  Not only this, teachers are also making efforts to provide books to the house of such students.




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In the midst of lockdown, the users sitting at home could read and see their favorite content. For this, Google India has launched YouTube Learning Destination. Through this, students, parents and teachers will be able to easily find educational and knowledge related videos on YouTube. The company wrote in the official blog post that any users can also take advantage of 'YouTube learning destination'. Where many languages ​​are spoken in India, you will find content in English and Hindi along with other Indian languages ​​including Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Marathi.




Training session for online teaching also. Users will be able to take advantage of this service on mobile as well as desktop. It has complete learning resources.







Which includes courses from Physics, Mathematics and Biology to Photography, Yoga and other subjects in which you have interest. The company said in a blog post, 'We have also started a training session for online teaching to teachers and educators. It is also available in Hindi. We have made it together with UNESCO. ' Not only this, the company has also released children's books on its reading app Bolo.




Google added 'Kids' section on Play Store
Google has also announced that it is adding a new 'Kids' section on the Play Store with pre-screen, teacher approved features. The Kids Tab will replace the existing Family Tab in the Play Store. The search engine giant had planned to launch the section later this year, but soon it was launched as people are still indoors due to the Kovid-19 idemic.




The Minister of State for Education and PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasara has said to draft online education soon and cut syllabus in the current teaching session. He said that the government is preparing a guide line for online education. At the same time, the syllabus will also be cut based on the opening of the school. He said this in a special conversation with the magazine after coming to Sikar for the first time after becoming PCC Chief. The Minister of State for Education said that the Central Government's guideline is being awaited for starting the school. After the guideline comes, Chief Minister Ashok will discuss with Gehlot.



After this, the policy will be set for the opening of private and government schools in the state. Till then schools will remain closed for children. On the problem of private schools, he said that the government understands his problem. Keeping in mind the interests of school directors, parents and students, the government will move forward. He said that in the Corona era, the government will work keeping in mind every section.




According to TechCrunch, apps are divided into three categories. In this, one is under 5, while the second section is for 6-8 years, the third will be for children between 9-12 years of age. At the time of launch, the Play Store will have about 1,000 teachers approved app live.




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This blog is available on a daily basis in primary school circular, educational news, breaking news, all goverments and private jobs, new techno tips, insurance, loans, new mobile tips and all competitive exams, most certified model paper, old paper, IMP literature and most of the GPSC Exam Content ... like TET, TAT, HTAT, Police Constable Recruitment, GSSSB Clark, Talati and other exams. Visit Gkexam every day for the latest offers of various brands and other technology updates.




Changes in the recruitment process, a big relief to 3 crore youth who take government job exams every year. 
At present, more than 20 agencies are conducting examinations for central jobs, and 1.5 lakh are recruited every year
Examinations can be given in 12 different languages, 1 thousand examination centers will be set up across the country. 
Approval of formation of National Recruitment Agency The same examination will be held for Group B and C. 
Examinations for non-technical posts conducted by SSC, Railway Recruitment Board and Institute of Banking Service Personnel will be conducted by this agency.


CET (Common Eligibility Test)

Common Eligibility Test full Info: news here

New Education Policy 2020 Full Info: click here


The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a plea to avoid NEET and JEE Mains 2020 entrance exams in a major judgment. Due to this, JEE Mains 2020 will be held from September 1 to September 6, while NEET 2020 will be held from September 13 as per the scheduled schedule.
JEE Mains will be held from September 1 to 6, while NEET will be held on September 13.
This time more than 20 lakh candidates have registered for both the exams.

NEET & JEE Exam Related: news report

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Wednesday, 26 August 2020

Pashupaln Mate Moti Yojana || Free Ma Pashuni Tatkalik Sarvar 2020

Pashupaln Mate Moti Yojana || Free Ma Pashuni Tatkalik Sarvar 2020

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani inaugurated 1 Mobile 108 Veterinary Hospital per 10 villages in the state at Gandhinagar.  Rural Animal Husbandry will be provided free animal treatment at home from 7 am to 7 pm for 365 days from the On Call 1962 service.  This system will benefit 3.5 crore cattle in the state.  Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the number 108 is considered auspicious as our nest also has 108 beads and chanting 108 also gives good results. Similarly, today 108 mobile clinics have been opened for cattle


10 per village Rotating Hospital
●Free Service :-1962 
●Animals Emergency
●For more information Nearest government Contact


Pashu Sahayak app allows dairy farmers to keep track of their overall milk business, record animal-wise details, address animal husbandry events related issues, and provide timely reminders of the same to farmers on when to perform next cattle event. As the age-old method of writing cattle and milk records in a book or on a wall is taking a shift, the app is primed to make record-keeping digital to help farmers efficiently and precisely manage livestock health and milk business.

Pashu Sahayak app provides a simple way to easily and accurately keep note of their cattle’s general details, regular lifecycle events (like heat, PD, AI, etc.), and be notified for the upcoming events on the due dates which are accurately calculated by the app. It enables farmers to perform the required procedures at the right time, and avoid any undesirable loss occurring due to missed or incorrect date

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Open Jandhan account in the name of children 2020

Open Jandhan account in the name of children 2020

Open a Jandhan account in the name of your children
Took support of Jan Dhan Scheme and sent the amount to the accounts opened under this scheme.  But very few people know that even children above 10 years of age can open Jan Dhan accounts.  That is, if you have many children in your house, then you can also open an account of that too


Let us tell you that the rules and benefits of opening Jan Dhan accounts of children
◆Documents
Address proof of parents, for this you will be able to accept Aadhar Card, Ration Card 9 and other documents.
If there are no documents, then any of the document list issued by the center can be submitted.
For the account, the form can be downloaded by visiting the website of PM Jan Dhan Yojna (Pm Jan Dhan Yojna).
 The Jan Dhan Account form can be found from any bank's website.
 - These forms are also available in the branches of banks
◆Rule
The child's age should be at least 18 years for this account.
 The child should be official ID proof, after being 8 years old, the ID proof can be deposited in the bank and the account can be made completely in the child's name

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Tuesday, 25 August 2020

Bin talim shikshakon talimi shikshakonu pagar doran babat

Bin talim shikshakon talimi shikshakonu pagar doran babat

Teachers are brilliant sources of knowledge, prosperity and enlightenment to which all and sundry can be benefited for complete life. They serve as the actual mild in everyone’s existence as they assist college students to make their methods in the life. They are the God proficient human beings in everyone’s existence who lead us in the direction of success except any selfishness. Really, we can name them as builders of the mind-blowing future of our state via education

Teacher performs very indispensable function in the discipline of schooling who teaches college students very properly to be a man or woman of appropriate ethical and behaviour. They make college students academically brilliant and usually encourage to do higher in the life. They equip college students with a lot of knowledge, abilities and high-quality attitudes so that college students can in no way experience misplaced and go ahead. They assist college students to get certain about their dreams of schooling thru clear imaginative and prescient and ideas. Without instructors in the existence one can't develop mentally, socially and intellectually.

A instructor is a exact character who takes very necessary duty of shaping up the lives of younger ones and impressionable children. They get high-quality feeling, pleasure and authentic pleasure in their existence with the aid of instructing their college students on the proper path. They by no means do any kind of partiality between suitable or awful college students as a substitute they constantly strive to convey horrific one on the proper direction thru their plenty of efforts. A accurate trainer is anyone who spent their entire existence in giving high-quality schooling to their students. They push all the college students to do their best. They make mastering manner very fascinating as properly as creative. Teachers strive their pleasant to deliver all the college students on the proper tune by way of motivation them positively in the direction of study. Good instructors go away accurate impact over their students.

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Something else for teachers to think about is that not all students have access to devices or maybe an online connection. With this in mind, we might encourage schools to supply support, where feasible, with loans and access to technology.

However, screen time for the whole length of the varsity day is neither stimulating nor healthy. within the case of younger children, World Health Organisation guidance says those aged 3-4 should only spend a maximum of an hour at a time ahead of a screen.Pobble has created 25 ideas for non-screen activities for grade school children which will be done reception .

Focus on project-based learning; help your child to spot a project they will explore deeply and without an excessive amount of guidance or adult support. Can your child create their own paper court and use statistics to point out how they could pick their dream team? albeit they're homebound for now, could they create a itinerary and allow a replacement destination, here on Earth or in space? Can they design their own future city, including the laws and policies they could enact? What wouldn't it appear as if if your child tried to map their neighborhood? Could they create a cookbook with favorite family recipes to share with others?

New Examination Process for Distance Learning Courses

However, keeping student safety in mind thanks to the continued COVID-19 crisis, universities are refraining from conducting the examinations through the regional test centre process. UGC constituted a committee of experts who were tasked with suggesting new models for conducting examinations amidst the continued crisis. The committee suggested three new models for conducting examinations. Given below are the small print of those three models.

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Medical reimbursement Cashless govt employees- Gujarat

Medical reimbursement Cashless govt employees- Gujarat

Gandhinagar Chief Minister Anandiben Patel today announced a slew of relaxations in medical treatment and in reimbursement rules, making it more broad-based for state government Karma Yogis, including pensioners, work-charge, daily wagers, boards and corporations employees, freedom fighters and their dependents, under the Gujarat State Medical Treatment Rules-2015.

So far the reimbursement of medical expenses was allowed for treatment in government hospitals. Now on the government employees can claim reimbursement for treatment in government equivalent hospitals and in state government recognized empanelled private hospitals, in addition to the government hospitals.

In case the amount exceeds Rs.1-lakh, the employees will get 75 per cent amount as interest free advance.

As per the new provision, the government has empowered officials to reimburse the claim as per different slabs. The Head of the Office can approve reimbursement up to Rs.25,000, the Head of Department can approve Rs.25,000 to Rs.1-lakh and the Secretariat can approve Rs.1-lakh to Rs.2-lakh.

The rate of reimbursement is 100 per cent for treatment in recognized government hospitals, and in empanelled recognized hospitals, it will be at the rate fixed under ‘Ma Amritam Yojna’. It includes artificial transplantations.

Mrs. Patel said the employees will have the option of accepting medical allowance along with the monthly salary or as yearend reimbursement which must be claimed before March 15 every financial year. The option cannot be changed, except in case of serious illness.

She clarified that the employees having medi-claim policies cannot take benefit of the reimbursement scheme. However, if the cost of treatment is higher than the medi-claim, the employee will be eligible for reimbursement of the balance amount.

With the decentralization of the powers to approve bills for reimbursement of medical treatment, she hoped the employees will get quality medical treatment in private and recognized hospitals at pa

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Gujarat Government's 'Madare Watan Yojana' full information.

Gujarat Government's 'Madare Watan Yojana' full information.

The State Government has implemented 'Madare Watan Yojana' to encourage donors to make better facilities available in the villages with donations and government grants from any donor or village person residing in the district, state or country. A circular has been issued yesterday with the signature of Shri Jaideep Dwivedi, Joint Secretary, Panchayat, Rural Housing and Rural Development. The nearest Panchayat office can be contacted. Phone no. Of Panchayat Department 07-21201


what is the 'madare vatan yojna? 

The circular states that Gujaratis live all over the country and the world, but the memory of the homeland and the love for the homeland is always alive in their hearts. He longs to do something for his homeland. Such patriotic Gujaratis donate a large amount in their homeland. With the noble intention of encouraging such patriotic donors and creating better facilities in the villages, it is decided to implement the 'Motherland Scheme' subject to the following provisions.

Donor: A person living in a village, a person with a sense of belonging to the village or a person who was born in the village or whose ancestors lived in that village and resides anywhere outside the district, state, country of the village based on their residence in the gram panchayat area Such a person has to deposit the amount as donation in the office which is decided by the state government for the development of the village.

facility of this scheme:;

The list of works that can be taken under the scheme includes Pako Road from the main entrance of the village to the village panchayat or village chora, other roads of the village, village choro, gram panchayat house, primary school - secondary school room - smart class, drinking water facility - house tap facility. , S.T. Bus pick up stand (protected from heat and rainy season), cemetery - cemetery, sub center - primary health center, anganwadi, community hall, village public places - street lights on public roads, village haat - haat, door to door solid waste Collection and disposal from scientific method to its landfill site, Milk Society building, Animal treatment center, work of paving block of village public road and public square, creation of park under Panchvati scheme, playground, communal toilet, ventilation facility for cattle, feast, home use. These include underground sewerage system for water collection and its water recycling system, library, village entrance etc.

If any basic facility works are to be done for the compliance of the duties legally assigned to the Gram Panchayat which are not included in this list, those works can be done by passing a resolution in the Gram Sabha with the approval of the Taluka Development Officer. Donors will be able to join the scheme subject to government policy rules.

Solid and liquid waste management is essential for maintaining cleanliness in the village. For solid waste management, cleaning equipments like tricycle and hand cart will be provided to 14 gram panchayats of the state. 2 water treatment plants will be set up in about 50 gram panchayats for the management of such waste liquid waste for which a total provision of Rs. 31 crore will be made. Under the Gujarat Government's scheme, solid waste is to be collected through door-to-door collection. At present, a grant of Rs. 2 per person per month is to be given to all Gram Panchayats. Instead, a monthly grant of Rs 4 per person should be given, a provision of Rs 3 crore.

The state government is very good at providing housing to every family in rural areas. Success is achieved. All these dwellings are built with toilet facilities. Now the state government will provide assistance of Rs 5,000 against the beneficiary contribution of Rs 5,000 for setting up a bathroom facility along with the newly sanctioned accommodation. Provision of Rs. 20 crore for this.

I am happy to announce the Mukhyamantri Gramya Swanirbhar Yojana with the objective of creating permanent employment for the sisters in rural areas. Under this scheme, sisters of self-help groups will be given assistance to buy grain and spice grinding bells. Provision of Rs. 3 crore for this. Provision of Rs. 3 crore for setting up stalls for diresale of manufactured goods at local fairs.

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