The Jammu-Srinagar highway was reopened for Vehicular movement on Thursday after remaining closed for few hours due to massive landslide in Udhampur district, officials said.
“Jammu—Srinagar National Highway which was closed last evening as major landslide struck the highway at Dewal bridge near Samroli around 08:00 pm, is now partially through (single way), stranded vehicles are being cleared,” a traffic official told news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO)
He said people are advised not to undertake the journey without contacting the traffic control room in Srinagar and Jammu to verify the latest status of the highway—(KNO)“`
Srinagar November 9 : The class 12th annual regular (2021) examinations will commence across Kashmir from Tuesday. The examination will be conducted by the JK Board of School Education (BOSE).
As per the official figures around 74000 students have registered for the examination for which JK Board has set up 739 examination centres in government and private schools across Kashmir.
“We have also set up an exam centre for specially-abled students in Burn Hall School Srinagar. A team of the Health Department will be available there for students besides a facility of waiting hall for parents will also be available in the school during exam days,” Joint Secretary Examination in JBOSE, Prof Aijaz Hakak told. He said all the preparations have been done as per the guidelines issued by the State Executive Committee for complete adherence to the Covid19 protocol.
“The heads of the schools where exam centres have been set up, have been asked to ensure all the Covid19 guidelines issued by the government for holding exams, are followed in letter in spirit,” he said
The heads of the institutions have been asked to ensure adequate heating and lighting arrangements in the examination halls, Joint Secretary Examination said.
The state executive committee of the department of Disaster Management J&K has already ordered that students appearing in the class 10th and 12th annual examination should carry parents’ consent along on each day of their examinations.
Like last year, the number of examinations has increased to ensure proper distance is maintained between the examinees in the examination halls. “Only 50 percent seating capacity will be occupied in one exam hall in order to maintain proper distance,” he said.
As already reported, the students appearing in class 10th to 12th annual examination have been given 30 percent relaxation in syllabus by the JK Board, in view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.
The students have to attempt 70 percent marks from the question paper which will be treated as 100 percent for result computation.The JK Board has however reduced the time allotted for attempting the question papers during examination. The papers having three hours duration shall be having only two and a half hours time period for attempting the questions.
Similarly, subjects having 2.30 hrs and 2.00 hrs duration shall be having only 2.10 hours and 1.40 hours time period for attempting the questions during examination.
ANANTNAG, JULY 02: As per the Calendar issued by the National Legal Service Authority, National Lok Adalats are scheduled to be held on July 10 at District Court Complex Anantnag and subordinate Courts of the district including Vailoo and Bijbihara. The Cases pertaining to Criminal Compoundable Offence, Negotiable Instruments Act U/S 138, Bank Recovery Cases, Matrimonial Disputes, Electricity and Water Bills (excluding compoundable), Labour Disputes etc are expected to be settled amicably in the said National Lok Adalats.Litigants, general public and bar members are hereby informed to approach the respective Courts for amicable settlement in the scheduled National Lok Adalats. Pertinently, pre Lok Adalat conciliatory sittings are presently underway in these courts and shall continue till the date Lok Adalats are held.
JAMMU, JULY 01(KN) : A team of SDRF today rescued a youth when he slipped into River Chenab and was about to drown.The SDRF team was on a mission to search and rescue another man who reportedly went missing yesterday near the Chenab River.On June 30, information was received from PCR Jammu that a person has drowned in River Chenab near Jio Potha Ghat Akhnoor.After receiving information, SDRF team stationed at Akhnoor was deputed to the spot but due to darkness rescue operation could not be completed.Today, a ten member SDRF team under the supervision of ASI Mohammad Sadiq No 742 was deputed on the same spot from Bn. Hqrs for launching search and rescue operation in the River Chenab.During the search and rescue operation in the river Chinab, SDRF team spotted one person is drowning and crying for help near Nav Mandir area of Jio Potha Ghat, Akhnoor.SDRF personnel Sgct. Surjeet Singh, VHG, Daljeet Singh, VHG, Daleep Kumar present on the spot immediately jump in the river and rescued the drowning person Anku, age 26 year S/o Jatinder Kumar, R/o Rashim Ghar Colony Jammu.Further, the search and rescue operation for the person who drowned on June 30 is going on till date.“`
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