Jharkhand Vocational Result 2018

Discovery Mosti


JAC 12th Result 2018: Jharkhand Board Class 12 Result Expected Today

JAC 12th Result 2018: Jharkhand Board Class 12 Result Expected Today

JAC 12th Result 2018: Jharkhan Board Class 12 Result Expected Today

New Delhi:

Jharkhand Academic Council will announce the result for class 12 board exam for Arts stream students today. The result is expected to be released post lunch-hour, that is around 2:30 pm. The result will be available on the council's official website. JAC has already released the result for class 12th Science and Commerce streams. The Jharkhand board 12th Science and Commerce result was announced on June 7. 

JAC 10th result was also released this month on June 12. Now, only the Arts stream result is awaited.  

The result will be released on the council's official websites, www.Jac.Jharkhand.Gov.In and www.Jacresults.Com. Other than the official websites, result will also be released on other result hosting websites too such as India Results, Exam Results etc. 

In the exam results released on June 7, 48.34% students cleared the exam in Science stream and 67.49% students cleared the exam in Commerce stream.

JAC is the last of state education boards to announce exam result. The board exams in Jharkhand were conducted a bit later than usual this year and hence the delay in the exam results. 

Apart from Jharkhand, its neighboring state Bihar too was one of the last education boards to announce board exam results with matric results being announced yesterday in which 68.89 per cent students qualified. 

Click here for more Education News


HSC, Equivalent Results Without Exams: Bills Passed In Parliament

Three separate amendment bills were passed in the parliament, paving the way for publishing HSC and equivalent results without holding public exams during the pandemic.

Education Minister Dipu Moni placed the bills -- Intermediate and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2021, Bangladesh Vocational Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021 and Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021), which were passed by voice vote this noon.

The amendments were made to "Intermediate and Secondary Education Ordinance 1961", "Bangladesh Vocational Education Board Act 2018" and "Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board Act 2020".

As per the existing laws, there is no provision to publish the results of HSC and equivalent exams without holding examination.

If it is not possible to hold examinations at the end of intermediate and secondary stage and any other stage due to pandemic, epidemic and Act of God or any other inevitable circumstances as determined by the government, it will announce to publish results through issuing an official gazette, said bills.

The government moved the bill as it cannot hold and publish HSC and equivalent exams due to the ongoing pandemic.


Have You Been On A Trip Through Jharkhand’s Tribal Heartland?

At first glance, it was a simple hut made of interwoven leaves, and I would have passed by without another look if it was not for Ankita Toppo who was taking me around the Tribal Culture Centre in Jamshedpur.

“Did you know this simple hut could be a cause of heartbreak for many?” said a smiling Toppo.

As I took a second look at the hut, she explained it was part of a pre-marital condition followed by the Birhor tribe. A young man who wishes to marry has to build this hut and invite the prospective bride’s family. The girl’s family will pour a bucket of water over the hut. If the water seeps inside, the marriage is called off. He who cannot build a secure hut cannot be trusted to take care of a family being the reason.

A Santhali woman sitting outside her traditional homeAccording to the 2011 Census, there are 32 tribes in Jharkhand. According to scholars, tribes in India are often displaced owing to various reasons. The displacement results in the loss of cultural heritage. The Tribal Culture Centre has been established to capture the rich and varied culture of the indigenous tribes of the region. It also runs vocational training programmes for tribal youth besides organising cultural and sports events.

As we took a look around the two-roomed Heritage Hall, strains of mellifluous tribal songs and rhythmic beating of drums reached us. Several tribal groups, who had arrived from nearby villages, were practising their final dance steps. In a couple of hours they would be taking part in the Carnival Parade which would go round the city as part of the Jamshedpur Winterfest 2018.

Dhokra metal craftSince it is impossible to showcase all the 32 tribes, the Centre focused on a few of the representative tribes. Through dioramas, handloom and handicraft, pottery and display boards explaining the origin of the names, the language and script, etc., we learned about tribes such as the Santhal, Ho, Oraon, Munda, Sauria Paharia, Savar, and the Birhor.

In the small lawn just outside the Heritage Hall were busts of famous personalities such as Baba Tilkha Majhi who was the first Santal leader to take up arms against the British way back in the 18th century, Birsa Munda – a patriot and martyr who compelled the British government to promulgate the Chota Nagpur Tenancy Act in 1908, Pandit Raghunath Murmu – philosopher and writer and inventor of Ol Chiki script for writing Santhali, and Pandit Guru Kol Lako Bodra – a much acclaimed leader of the Ho tribe who, among other things, invented the Warang Shiti script to give his tribe a distinct linguistic identity.  

Artwork on Santhal tribeThe exquisite tribal handicraft, especially the dokra (dhokra) metal craft, and the tribal paintings at the Centre were lovely to look at. Unfortunately, there was no souvenir counter here.

Thankfully, a kind soul directed me to Biponi, a shop managed by Kalamandir Sakshsam SHG Federation, a privately run welfare organisation. The shop serves as a marketing outlet for the tribal craftspeople. There was a wide range of products on display, such as dokra figurines, folk paintings, utility items made of sabai grass, chhau masks, textiles, cane and bamboo furniture, etc.

If you are interested in meeting the artisans, you may visit Amadubi, a small village about 65km from Jamshedpur. Promoted by Kalamandir and managed by Gramin Paryatan Vikas Samity, it has been developed into an artists’ village with accommodation for outstation visitors. Set in the middle of scenic countryside, Amadubi offers a pleasant break from the daily routine. Go for walks in the village or among the surrounding Sal forests. Enjoy tribal food. Watch the craftspeople at work. Join the tribal dancers. There is also a small museum offering an insight into the tribal history and culture.

Getting there: Jamshedpur is a convenient base to explore many of the tribal villages of Jharkhand. Jamshedpur is connected by road and rail with the rest of India. Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Airport (150km away by road) is the nearest airport. Amadubi is 65km by road from Jamshedpur.

JAC 10th Result 2018: Jharkhand Board To Announce Matric Result Today At Jacresults.com

JAC 10th Result 2018: Jharkhand Board To Announce Matric Result Today At Jacresults.com

JAC or Jharkhand Board will announce matric results today

New Delhi: Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) will release the result for Jharkhand Board class 10 students today. The JAC 10th result will be released on the Council's official website. More than 4 lakh students had appeared for the state board matric examinations in Jharkhand. The JAC results, this year, have been delayed in comparison to last year's schedule as the exams were conducted later than the usual schedule. 

The JAC 10th result will be released on the council's website and other third party result hosting websites. Students must keep in mind that the official result portal for Jharkhand state examinations (jharresults.nic.in) has not been updated since 2016 and hence students may hit  a dead-end if trying to check results from the website. 

According to an official from the council, the JAC 10th result will be released at 4 pm. 

The council has already released the result for JAC intermediate examination for Science and Commerce streams on June 7. The council is yet to announce the result declaration date for Arts stream as the evaluation process for Arts stream answer sheets are still going on.

In the Intermediate results which were released last week, 48.34% students cleared the exam in Science stream and 67.49% students cleared the exam in Commerce stream.

With the declaration of the JAC matric results, the admission process to junior college will begin in the state. 

Click here for more Education News

02

JAC 12th Result 2018: Jharkhand Board Class 12 Result Expected Today

JAC 12th Result 2018: Jharkhand Board Class 12 Result Expected Today

JAC 12th Result 2018: Jharkhan Board Class 12 Result Expected Today

New Delhi:

Jharkhand Academic Council will announce the result for class 12 board exam for Arts stream students today. The result is expected to be released post lunch-hour, that is around 2:30 pm. The result will be available on the council's official website. JAC has already released the result for class 12th Science and Commerce streams. The Jharkhand board 12th Science and Commerce result was announced on June 7. 

JAC 10th result was also released this month on June 12. Now, only the Arts stream result is awaited.  

The result will be released on the council's official websites, www.jac.jharkhand.gov.in and www.jacresults.com. Other than the official websites, result will also be released on other result hosting websites too such as India Results, Exam Results etc. 

In the exam results released on June 7, 48.34% students cleared the exam in Science stream and 67.49% students cleared the exam in Commerce stream.

JAC is the last of state education boards to announce exam result. The board exams in Jharkhand were conducted a bit later than usual this year and hence the delay in the exam results. 

Apart from Jharkhand, its neighboring state Bihar too was one of the last education boards to announce board exam results with matric results being announced yesterday in which 68.89 per cent students qualified. 

Click here for more Education News

03

Medical Counselling Committee

NEET Counselling 2020: Online Registration For Mop-up Round Begins For 3675 Seats, Deadline Till Dec 14

NEET Counselling 2020: Online Registration For Mop-up Round Begins For 3675 Seats, Deadline Till Dec 14

NEET Counselling 2020: Online Registration For Mop-up Round Begins For 3675 Seats, Deadline Till Dec 14

indiacom

2020-12-11T05:31:57+00:00

2020-12-11T05:31:57+00:00

Medical Counselling Committee

NEET Admissions 2020: Govt Reserves 5 Seats in MBBS Colleges For ‘Wards of Covid Warriors’

NEET Admissions 2020: Govt Reserves 5 Seats in MBBS Colleges For ‘Wards of Covid Warriors’

NEET Admissions 2020: Govt Reserves 5 Seats in MBBS Colleges For ‘Wards of Covid Warriors’

indiacom

2020-11-19T06:00:50+00:00

2020-11-19T06:00:50+00:00

Medical Counselling Committee

NEET PG Counselling 2018: First Round Medical, Dental Allotment Results Announced, Check at mcc.nic.in

NEET PG Counselling 2018: First Round Medical, Dental Allotment Results Announced, Check at mcc.nic.in

NEET PG Counselling 2018: First Round Medical, Dental Allotment Results Announced, Check at mcc.nic.in

indiacom

2018-04-01T00:52:33+00:00

2018-04-01T00:52:33+00:00

Medical Counselling Committee

Post a Comment

0 Comments