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Delhi University may change the cut-off formula for admission to undergraduate courses. The DU administration recently held a meeting with the Principal of all the colleges on appeal to the CBSE. In this, it was considered that this time, due to the change in the number of moderation policy, the CBSE students did not get a chance to get a chance.
The cbse has demanded that the CBSE students also got the full chance in DU admissions. In fact, CBSE has changed the issue policy this time. Under the first issue moderation policy, the test takers were given 15% more marks if the questions were difficult in a particular question paper.
For example, if a student has achieved a smart number in a subject of 17 and the board feels that the paper was difficult, then 15 numbers were given extra,In this way, overall, his flowering was 75. You will not give this kind of insertion point to CBSE students. In December 2016, the CBSE had appealed to the Human Resource Development Ministry to persuade all state boards to make changes in Points Model and Policy, Otherwise, they may have to suffer loss in admission to graduate course.
Under the leadership of Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh, the Chief Ministers of the Naxal-affected states joined the meeting held in New Delhi.
National Defense Advisor Mr. Ajit Doval, Union Home Secretary, senior officials of the states have also been included in this. It will be discussed on the shared strategy of tackling the Naxal problem.
- Government also decided that in future review meetings, apart from sectoral progress we will also review district wise progress in key areas.
- focus is on boosting solar equipment manufacturing. The energy sector will gain & employment opportunities will also increase.
Advani and Joshi’s hopes of contesting the presidential election after the Supreme Court’s permission to run the case again on Lal Krishna Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi in the Babri Masjid Demolition case have receded. The news coming from the in-house has indicated that the country can get the first tribal woman president.
Yes, the Governor of Jharkhand, Mrs. Draupadi Murmu may be the Presidential candidate of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA). If the BJP has made Draupadi Murmu as its candidate, then he may also get support from Jharkhand’s main opposition party, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM).
.JMM is the main opposition party in Jharkhand assembly. Aajasu Party of the same generation is a partner in the BJP coalition government. Incidentally, Draupadi is Jharkhand and the country’s first tribal woman is the Governor. By making Draupadi a candidate, the BJP and the government can give different messages to the country.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is also in the race due to the female and clean image, but her claim has weakened due to her lack of fitness.
Leader of the South and Leader of the Opposition Venkaiah Naidu is also seen in the race, but the opposition will agree on their names., The BJP has doubts on this. Draupadi Murmu’s claim is being described as stronger and logical in these circumstances.
Draupadi Murmu was born on June 20, 1958 in a tribal family of Odisha. After taking a BA degree from Rama Devi Women’s College, he worked in Odisha’s state secretariat. In 1997, winning the election of the Nagar Panchayat, he made his debut in politics. For the first time local councilors became local councilors.. His journey till becoming a Presidential candidate from the councilor is an ideal and inspiration for all the tribal women of the country. He belongs to such a state, Even in the Modi wave of 2014 the BJP was just open to account. There are 21 seats in Lok Sabha in the state. 20 seats were won by the BJD
Clean political image
Due to his education and clean political image, the BJP high command always preferred Draupadi to Draupadi. He was working as a National Executive member of the Social Tribunal of BJP (Social Tribune) and in year 2015, he was made the Governor of Jharkhand. Now he is being seen as the next president. It is being told that his name has been included in five selected candidates of the President of India.