Madhya Pradesh Governor and Chancellor of the Universities O P Kohli has appointed two new vice chancellors for two universities in the state. Professor Pramod Kumar Verma of Vikram University, Ujjain has been appointed as the vice chancellor of Barkatullah University, Bhopal last night with immediate effect in place of Dr. Murlidhar Tiwari, a public relation department official said on Saturday.
Verma is the professor of Applied Geology and his tenure will be till further orders, he said. Dr. Mukesh Kumar Tiwari, professor and head of the department, Post Graduate Studies and Research in History in the government girls college, Shahdol has been appointed as the vice chancellor of Pandit SN Shukla University, Shahdol for a period of five years from the date of assuming charge, the official added.
In a primary school in Madhya Pradesh’s Neemuch district, the students are being forced to study in a disused toilet as there’s no school building, reports said. Set up in 2012, the school, which is being run by a single teacher only, is situated nearly 35 km away from the Neemuch district headquarters.
Till 2013, the school functioned out of a rented room, but after that, it wasn’t available. School teacher Kailash Chandra claimed that he has been forced to take classes in the toilet because there is no school building.
It was also revealed that at times, when it rains, the same toilet was being used to give shelter to goats as well. Education Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Vijay Shah on Thursday said that there are almost 1.25 lakh schools in the state and because of limited resources it is becoming impossible to construct other school buildings, adding rented places are being allotted to carry on with the classes.
“In the case that has come up, no building has been constructed as yet. We have talked to the collector and the department. We have almost 1.25 lakh schools and in limited resources it is not possible to build schools. But we are making sure that there is no problem in finding a rented space” Shah said.
He added that though heavy rains took its toll on the school, the classes shouldn’t have been taken in the toilet.
“For that we have even called for an investigation report. We are asking of a report of wherever the problems of building prevail. Till the building is not made, they can go to a rented building and the State Government will bear the expenses,” he said.
Shah further said that wherever there’s no building, the government makes an arrangement, but then, the teacher should have given holidays if the situation was so bad.
The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is likely to declare the results of the High School class 10 supplementary results this week at mpbse.nic.in. Students who have appeared for the exams can check their results from the official website.
The Board had conducted the class 10 exams from July 5 starting with mathematics to July 13, 2017 ending with the National School Qualification Framework (NSFQ) IT/ITES and security (vocational) exams. The exams were conducted from 8.30 am to 11.30 am for candidates who had failed to clear the main and vocational papers, the results for which were declared in May.
About 19 lakh candidates appeared for the class 10 and 12 exams that were held in March. The pass percentage in the main exams for class 12 was at 67.87 per cent and for class 10 was at 49.86 per cent.
Steps to check MPBSE class 10 supplementary result 2017:
Step 1: Go to the official website for MPBSE (mpbse.nic.in).
Step 2: Click on the link for the results page.
Step 3: In the results page, click on the link for High School class 10 supplementary results 2017.
Step 4: Enter your roll number and details in the fields provided.
Step 5: Download your result and take a print out of the same for further reference.