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CBSE increases exam fees for SCST students by 24 times General to

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first_img[Representational Image]GettyThe Central Board of Secondary Education has increased the board exams fees for students all over and especially for the SC and ST community by 24 times to Rs 1,200 for five subjects. They were paying Rs 50 earlier for five subjects.For students from the general category, the fees have been doubled to Rs 1,500. In addition to this, the general category students will have to pay Rs 300 for an extra subject instead of the initial Rs 150 they were expected to pay. This is the first hike in five years.The cost of exams for students belonging to the SC & ST community was Rs 350. They were asked to pay Rs 50 and the Delhi government covered the difference. However, now they will be asked to pay Rs 1,200.”The increase is after a gap of five years. The fees have been increased for all categories of students in all affiliated schools of CBSE in India and abroad by a resolution if the governing body of the board,” a senior board official told PTI.This new regulation is applicable immediately and schools, which fall under CBSE have been notified to collect the fees, as per the new guidelines. For Class 10 board exams, the fees are collected when the students are in Class 9 and for Class 12 exams, the fees are collected when the students are in class 11.In this case, the CBSE has instructed schools to collect the balance amount in the form of cash from the students. Those who do not pay will not be registered for 2019-20 examinations.”100 per cent visually impaired students are exempted from paying CBSE examination fees,” the official had said.Migration fees which were Rs 150 have been increased to Rs 350. Fees for the CBSE students abroad it has also been doubled. Initially, they had to pay Rs 5,000 for five subjects in classes 10 and 12. Now, they will be paying Rs 10,000. For an additional subject in Class 12, they will have to pay Rs 2,000 as opposed to Rs 1,000 they had to pay earlier.last_img read more

Houston Company Wants To Use Blockchain Technology To Improve Health Record System

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first_img 00:00 /03:31 Listen X If you’re into technology, you have probably heard of Blockchain, a digital accounting method for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.A Houston company wants to use this technology to create a new universal health record system.For this week’s Bauer Business Focus, we sat down with Khalid “Ken” Parekh, founder and CEO of IT services firm Amsys and founder of its subsidiary Amchart.Click on the play button above to listen to the interview. center_img Ed MayberryKen Parekh founded Amsys in 2003. Its subsidiary Amchart aims to use Blockchain technology to create a patient-controlled health data system To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Sharelast_img read more

Rape Victims File Federal Lawsuit Against Howard University

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first_imgA federal lawsuit against Howard University alleges that the school’s failure to swiftly respond to reported rapes on campus led at least one suspect to rape another student.In addition, rape victims who said they were left suicidal from the sex assaults charge that the school did not help them and even let a resident advisor, who was an accused rapist, have access to a key to his purported victim’s dorm room.Two of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit said they were so dismayed at the way the school handled the cases that they left Howard for concerns over their safety and mental health. The plaintiffs are referred to as Jane Doe 1 through 5 in the lawsuit, which was filed May 10 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.The plaintiffs are five current and former students who reported sexual assaults at the hands of male students and employees of Howard University in 2014, 2015 and 2016, the lawsuit states.Two of plaintiffs claim the same resident advisor raped them. Jane Doe 1 alleged that she reported the rape to the school and did not receive any response or support, prompting her to complain on Twitter about the school “mishandling” her complaint.Other rape victims came forward to complain about how the school managed their rape cases, including Jane Doe 2. She alleges the school did not investigate her case and that she ended up leaving the university because she no longer felt safe there.Buzzfeed News reported that the assailant allegedly transferred to Howard after being accused of sexual misconduct at UCLA.“Howard’s failure to investigate and effectively resolve Doe 2’s complaint meant the assailant remained on campus as an RA and raped Doe 1 over five months later,” the lawsuit states.Following public criticism and a campus protest as a result of Jane Doe 1’s tweets in 2016, Howard finally reached out to Doe 2 to investigate her 2015 report, the lawsuit stated. In response to Doe 1’s Tweet storm, the school’s dean of student affairs told her “You embarrassed your family by doing that.” To date, the school still has not investigated her case, the lawsuit claims.Doe 1 says she was fired as a resident assistant after reporting her rape, while Doe 2 alleges the school rescinded her financial aid and threatened to refer her debt to a collection agency, the lawsuit alleges.In November 2014, Doe 3 filed a report alleging sexual and physical abuse by a Howard campus police officer. She sought counseling services from the school, which she said did not provide them. Her grades slipped and she was fired from her job due to her untreated emotional distress, the lawsuit states.In March 2016, Doe 4 reported that a male student from the university raped her in a dorm on campus. Days passed before the school responded to her requests about counseling services and to change dorm rooms for her safety, according to the lawsuit. When she asked about academic accommodations to allow her to recover from the assault, university officials said that was up to the individual professors, not the school. In addition, she alleges that school assigned her assailant to her dorm in the new academic year and did not move him out until three weeks later.In April 2015, Doe 5 reported to the school that a male Howard student raped her on campus. Shortly after she reported the assault, the school sent her a letter telling her she wouldn’t be graduating that semester as planned. She tried to make arrangements to take her remaining classes at a community college because she did not feel safe at Howard, the lawsuit states. But she claims that Howard administrators passed her around, and she was unable to get help until an outside advocate intervened. When she finished her classes, she alleges that Howard officials again gave her the runaround, this time about whether the school would accept the credits so she could graduate.Meanwhile, it took the school seven and a half months to investigate her sex assault report—more than three times the period allowed by Howard policy for an investigation. Her assailant was eventually convicted of raping another woman in the District in October 2016, according to the lawsuit.“The University’s actions have exacerbated and extended, rather than corrected, the resulting interference with the educational opportunities of each women,” the lawsuit states.Per university policy, Howard does not comment on pending litigation.last_img read more

UPDATE Randy Britford has turned himself in to po

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first_imgUPDATE: Randy Britford has turned himself in to police.The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man accused of killing one person and seriously injuring another.It happened just before 11 p.m. Thursday in the 11000 block of Oak Arbor Way in the Fosters area. When investigators arrived, they found 38-year-old Jacquire Lafayette Douglas dead on the scene and learned a 38-year-old woman had been taken to DCH Regional Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.Investigators said they learned the victims were involved in a relationship.Randy Britford, 43, who is the woman’s ex-boyfriend, has been charged with murder and attempted murder, but he has not yet been found.If you have any information on his whereabouts, please contact the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office at 205-464-8672 or Tuscaloosa Crime Stoppers at 205-752-7867.last_img read more