Angul:12th May, Angul: The 6th recreation Summer Camp organized by Jindal Bal Bhavan at O.P. Jindal School, Angul concluded today with exuberance and abundant learning. Smt. Anjali Mishra, President Jindal Mahila Samiti (JMS) graced the occasion as the Chief-Guest and elucidated the importance of summer camps in a student’s life and it's utility to hone the inner will and potential of a student to achieve one's cherished dreams.
Around 100 students from various schools of the periphery participated in the camp and enjoyed the vacation practising a package of multidimensional activities like art , sports, dance, aerobics, swimming and yoga etc. imparted by experts and coaches.
Mr. Chhanda Charan Das, Principal , OP Jindal School , Angul emboldened the spirit of the students and attributed the significance of the camp in his welcome address.
Each and every participants of the camp was felicitated with a Certificate of Participation from the Chief-Guest . Participants were briefed on the importance of health and hygiene by the camp co-ordinator Dr. Rishi Kumar Awasthi . Vote of thanks was accorded by Dy. Camp Co-ordinator Mr. D. S. Shailly.
ANGUL: 11 May : A two – day long CBSE sponsored Capacity Building Programme focused on role of teachers in Classroom Management and Skill Development has been conducted at O.P. Jindal School, Angul on 10th and 11th May. The Smart- Board presentation on Teacher’s orientation by Dr Sanjay Kumar Suar, Principal, KIITS, Bhubaneswar and DrNilkantha Panigrahi, Vice- Principal SAI International School, Bhubaneswar was appreciated by the participating teachers.
About 41 teachers representing O.P. Jindal School, Angul, Rotary Public School and Nigamananda Little Star School, Talcher actively took part in the teacher’ orientation programme and made group as well as individual presentations on Class Room Management .
Mr Chhanda Charana Das, Principal highlighted on the importance of discipline and effective class management and role of teachers in his inaugural welcome address.
Academic coordinators monitored the whole session with a key note address about the guest faculties and trainers. Senior mistress MrsSangeetaSharma, coordinated the programme and accorded vote of thanks at the end of the session.
Cuttack,07/05/18:The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) today announced results of the annual Matriculation Examination 2018.
The overall pass percentage has 76.23 per cent this year, informed the School and Mass Education Minister Badri Narayan Patra.
Like last year, this year too, the girls have outshone boys. A total of 2,22,043 girl students cleared the examination as compared to 2,16,305 boys.
He further announced that 1,715 students have scored A1 grade, 15,689 scored A2, 39,252 scored B1 and 68,009 scored B2. A total of 1,24,665 students have secured above 60 percent (1st Division).
Total 5,67,294 candidates from 8,855 schools had filled up the forms of which 5,54,339 appeared the exam.
According to reports, Balasore recorded the highest pass rate of 88.15 per cent and Malkangiri recorded the lowest at 59.32 per cent.
Bhubaneswar,05/05/18:Matriculation results of Board of Secondary Education, Odisha will be published on 7th of this month where in fate of 5.9 lakhs students will be opened for their future career. This news was briefed by Board’s president Jahan Ara Begum. Result will be published at 9 am in presence of the Mass Education minister Badri Narayan Patra. For the first time, result of Madhymaik Sanskrit and State Open School Certificate Examination will also be announced in the same day. Students and their parents can also see the result online which will be available from 12pm in the website (www.bseodisha.ac.in and www. bseodisha.nic.in). The result also can be obtained through mobile phone by sending SMS to OR10roll number to 5676750. One control room will be available to take complaint of students who have not got their result published or any other queries relating to results and this service will be available for seven days from the date of publication of results. This time the results publication date is late by few days than the previous year.
Nupur Chowdhury gets the first Satya Mahapatra Fellowship, Sukanya Jena gets Radhanath Rath Fellowship
Dhenkanal (06/04/2017):Ms Nupur Chowdhury, English Journalism student of Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Dhenkanal has been selected to receive the first Satya Mahapatra scholarship. Hailing from Kolkata, Nupur will be honoured for her meritorious academic performance.
RTI ACTIVIST WON THE BATTLE FOR THE SAKE OF STUDENT’S OF ODISHA
Report; Debaranjan Samal,Sub Editor,Odishabarta
Talcher,(12/04/2017):Safety is the topmost priority which is given to all and it’s a fundamental right. But most educational institutions of Odisha trying to escape from this duties exposed by RTI. An RTI activist Deba Prasad Sahoo from Talcher, Co-convenor of Soochana Kranti forum revealed that no safety measures followed by educational institutions. As per Common Minimum Standard (CMS) guideline each institution must hire an asst engineer and acquire a safety certificate in each year regularly. If there is unsafe building then it must be taken seriously by nature and appropriate action initiated.
Nupur Chowdhury gets maiden Satya Mahapatra fellowship, Sukanya Jena honoured with Dr Radhanath Rath fellowship
Dhenkanal,(12/04/2017):Terming development journalism as “anything that impacts and improves the lives of a large section of people,” Ashok Das, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sankalp Television urged students of Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) to focus on journalism for people. Speaking from his over Das said this while delivering a lecture on ‘Reporting as a tool for development’ at the campus’ premises on Wednesday afternoon. This event was organised to felicitate meritorious students of the educational institute with fellowships.