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Mass copying in ETT exam: BOSE seeks action against duty staff

Mass copying in ETT exam: BOSE seeks action against duty staff

JAMMU, Nov 6 Following detection of mass copying in D El Ed (erstwhile ETT)   examination at two centres at Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Rehari Colony Jammu and GHSS (Boys), Sarwal, the State Board of School Education has appealed   the Director School Education Jammu to initiate action against the staff engaged in the exam duty


Jammu facing worst ever traffic chaos

JAMMU, Nov 6 With failure of the Government to find an everlasting solution to the problem, the Jammu city is facing worst ever traffic chaos at present. Though move offices have not started functioning yet in Jammu, the long duration traffic jams are being witnessed daily on various routes. The situation can deteriorate further with



Jammu: 04 Nov 2015              Rashtriya Rifles based at Nachlana under Delta Force. There was keen  response amongst the youth of this area as 35 of them attend and benefited out of it on 04 November 2015. The need of the hour  is to equip the youth with educational as well as skill development  related professional


Regional level science & mathematics & environmental exhibition held at K.V No.1

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, November 6 K.V. No.1 Gandhi Nagar, Jammu organised 43rd Jawahar  Lal Nehru, Mathematics  and Environment exhibition for the children of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Jammu Vidyalayas. Over 100 children from nine clusters of Jammu Region participated in the exhibition. The programme was inaugurated by AVLJ Rao, Deputy Commissioner, KVS, RO, Jammu and


Two more test positive for Dengue, figure reaches 128

Two more people were tested positive for Dengue virus on Thursday taking the total number of patients affected with the vector-borne disease in Jammu region to 128. According to Dr BS Pathania, Director, Health Services Jammu, a total of 25 tests were conducted today for Dengue out of which two turned out to be positive.


Pooja Holidays from Nov 9 to Nov 14

JAMMU, Nov 5 All the educational institutions in Jammu province, shall remain closed from November 9 to November 14, on account of Pooja Holidays. A formal notification in this regard was issued today by the Director School Education, Jammu, Smita Sethi. “All the educational institutions, including recognized private schools upto Higher Secondary School level of


Splendid performance by DPS students in Fencing

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, November 5 3 students of Delhi Public School namely Raghi Verma (V-B), Sakaham Gupta (IX-G) &Aryaman Mahajan (IX-K) brought glory & fame to the institution by exhibiting extra –ordinary skill as a fencer in the recently concluded State Level Inter District Fencing Competition held at Reasi. In U/14 E Pee Category,