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CICSE defers class X and XII exams in view of surge in COVID cases

The CICSE announced that in light of the nationwide surge in coronavirus cases, the class X and XII exams which were to be held from May 4 have been deferred

Published on 16th April 2021
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CBSE cancels class X exams, postpones class XII exams. Here's what it means

The board is doing this for the second time in a row, because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The decision was tweeted by the Minister of Education

Published on 14th April 2021
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India to produce 850 million units of Russian vaccine Sputnik V annually, says RDIF

Sputnik V will be the third vaccine to be used in India against coronavirus. In January, DCGI had given the emergency use authorisation for two COVID-19 vaccines

Published on 13th April 2021
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Not just med workers but educationists too are Corona warriors: CBSE's Controller of Examinations Dr Sanyam Bharadwaj

Dr Bharadwaj advised parents to keep an eye on the Coronavirus situation and ensure children are safe but are also preparing well

Published on 10th April 2021
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As schools close in Delhi amid rising COVID cases, principals worry about interrupted practicals, some call it a wise move

Amid a spike in Coronavirus cases over the past few weeks, the Delhi government Friday suspended physical academic activities and offline examinations for all classes indefinitely

Published on 10th April 2021
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India's daily COVID-19 cases spike to new record with over 1.45 lakh infections

The single-day rise in coronavirus cases breached the 1 lakh-mark for the fourth consecutive day. According to the ministry, the country recorded 1,45,384 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours

Published on 10th April 2021
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Jawaharlal Nehru University ups vigil after 24 students found COVID-19 positive on campus

In view of the rising cases of Coronavirus, the university has sent out a number of instructions to the officials and residents of the campus

Published on 9th April 2021
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Single-dose vaccine may be effective for COVID-19 survivors, finds new study

The Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine is normally administered in two doses, 21 days apart, to provide nearly full protection against the novel coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2

Published on 3rd April 2021
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Educational institutes in MP districts closed till April 15

The measures were taken for the prevention and of the spread of coronavirus infection in view of the sudden spike in the state

Published on 1st April 2021
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Global study on COVID-19 origins finds lab origin 'extremely unlikely'

Experts from the World Health Organisation and China jointly conducted the research in China and made an assessment of the likelihood of possible pathways

Published on 31st March 2021
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70 students, faculty members test positive for COVID-19 in Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

In the last 210 days, the institute conducted 3,917 tests, both the rapid antigen and RT-PCR, for the detection of coronavirus

Published on 30th March 2021
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At least 90% of US adults to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by April 19: President Joe Biden

The US has reported more than 30,331,000 confirmed cases and over 550,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 tracker

Published on 30th March 2021
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Schools, colleges to remain closed in Chattisgarh amid surge in COVID-19 cases

Chief Minister Baghel had chaired a meeting of his cabinet ministers and senior officials to ensure that all health protocols related to coronavirus are in place

Published on 22nd March 2021
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Welcome to Reason: Did the Coronavirus 'expose' our teachers?

The elite school managements played their trump card by getting school teachers on the road in a massive demonstration against the government’s fee-cut diktat

Published on 21st March 2021
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Ultrasound has the potential to damage novel Coronaviruses: MIT study

The researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US modelled the mechanical response of the Coronaviruses to vibrations across a range of ultrasound frequencies

Published on 18th March 2021

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