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Chandigarh students of Classes 9,11 not to be promoted on basis of assessments

Chandigarh, April 5 -- The UT education department has decided not to promote students of Classes 9 and 11, based on their performance during the academic session, district education officer (DEO) Anu... Read More


Class 9, 11 students won't be promoted on basis of assessments

Chandigarh, April 4 -- The UT education department has decided not to promote students of Classes 9 and 11, based on their performance during the academic session, district education officer (DEO) Alk... Read More


For students, virtual classrooms offer little method in the madness

CHANDIGARH, April 3 -- Vineet Sharma, a student in a private school in the city, began his online non-medical classes for class 11 on Monday. The new experience for him has been replete with uncertain... Read More


For Chandigarh students, online classes off to a wobbly start

CHANDIGARH, April 3 -- Vineet Sharma, a student in a private school in the city, just began his online non-medical classes for class 11 on Monday. The new experience for him is replete with uncertaint... Read More


Colonies in UT give curfew a pass

Chandigarh, April 2 -- People sitting in close groups outside their houses, multiple two-wheelers moving in a narrow street and crowds gathering outsideevery shop to buy essentials even amid curfew re... Read More


UT admn promotes all Class 1-8 pupils

Chandigarh, April 1 -- The administration promoted all students of Classes 1 to 8 of government schools on Monday. The results were declared digitally as all schools across the city are closed amid th... Read More


Only 46 migrants housed in 200-bed facility in Chandigarh

Chandigarh, April 1 -- At the newly built community centre in Maloya, Chandigarh, which has an intake capacity of over 200 beds, only 46 migrants have been housed so far. The UT administration had se... Read More


Lockdown: Only 46 migrants housed in 200-bed facility in Chandigarh

Chandigarh, April 1 -- At the newly built community centre in Maloya, Chandigarh, which has an intake capacity of over 200 beds, only 46 migrants have been housed so far. The UT administration had se... Read More


Ashes of dead piling up atcremation grounds in city

ChandigarH, March 31 -- Just a day after a 21-day all-India lockdown was announced on March 24 to control the Covid-19 outbreak, Subhash Kumar (name changed to protect identity) collapsed and died at ... Read More


Death in times of coronavirus: A final journey without loved ones

Chandigarh, March 31 -- Just a day after a 21-day all-India lockdown was announced on March 24 to control the Covid-19 outbreak, Subhash Kumar (name changed to protect identity) collapsed and died at ... Read More