1.20 lakh new COVID-19 instances reported at this time, lowest tally since 7 April-India Information , Alenz

1.20 lakh new COVID-19 instances reported at this time, lowest tally since 7 April-India Information , Alenz

Coronavirus Reside Information Updates: The Union Well being Ministry on Saturday stated that 1,20,529 new COVID-19 instances have been reported within the nation within the final 24 hours

Coronavirus Live News Updates: 1.20 lakh new COVID-19 cases reported today, lowest tally since 7 April

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Coronavirus Reside Information Updates: The Union Well being Ministry on Saturday stated that 1,20,529 new COVID-19 instances have been reported within the nation within the final 24 hours. That is the bottom day by day tally of instances since 7 April, when 1.15 lakh instances have been reported.

Union Minister for Chemical substances and Fertilisers DV Sadananda Gowda on Friday stated an extra 9,750 vials of amphotericin-B medicines have been allotted to Karnataka. The drug is important for treating black fungus an infection, which has emerged as a post- COVID-19 complication amongst these with excessive diabetes.

“Extra 9,750 vials of amphotericin-B have been allotted to Karnataka at this time. Inclusive of at this time’s allocation, a complete of twenty-two,460 vials of the drug have been allotted to the State until now,” Gowda tweeted.

Acknowledging the receipt of amphotericin-B from the Centre, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa instructed reporters in Hubballi that the drug could be dispatched to the districts based mostly on the requirement.

Odisha on Friday cancelled its class 12 board exams in view of the coronavirus pandemic whereas Karnataka maintained that the category 10 exams shall be performed in a number of alternative questions format within the third week of July.

Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik stated the protection of scholars is extra necessary than the examinations. The state authorities has already cancelled the category 10 board examination, performed by the Board of Secondary Schooling.

The Karnataka authorities introduced that the SSLC or class 10 examination shall be held within the third week of subsequent month whereas cancelling the second yr pre-university course (PUC) exams this yr in view of the disruption brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The PUC second yr college students shall be promoted to the following degree and the grading shall be based mostly on their efficiency within the first PUC examination.

“The SSLC examination may have one multi-choice query paper for arithmetic, science and social science and another query paper for languages,” Karnataka Major and Secondary Schooling Minister S Suresh Kumar stated.

The multi-choice query paper bearing 40 marks shall be simple and straight and there won’t be any oblique questions, he stated.

Kumar stated there shall be a supplementary examination for these college students who’re affected by COVID-19 . The examination outcomes shall be out by August.

The exams shall be performed in 6,000 centres, which is double final yr, the minister stated, including, every room may have 10 to 12 college students.

Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh on Thursday introduced cancellation of sophistication 12 board examinations whereas the Assam authorities stated it’ll take a choice after the CBSE broadcasts modalities for marking the scholars.

Following the Centre’s resolution to cancel class 12 CBSE board exams in view of the Covid pandemic, six states–Haryana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Goa and Uttarakhand referred to as off their board exams on Wednesday whereas few others stated they’ll take a name quickly.

The Centre on Tuesday determined to cancel the CBSE class 12 board exams amid the persevering with COVID-19 pandemic throughout the nation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserting that the choice has been taken within the curiosity of scholars and the anxiousness amongst college students, mother and father and lecturers should be put to an finish. Quickly after, CISCE had additionally introduced cancellation of its board exams.

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