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North Central Railway (NCR) General Manager Rajiv Chaudhary, said that the Railways are trying to convert a coach at the coaching depot in New Delhi into isolation wards after consulting medical professionals. By : IANS | 27 Mar 2020 11:13 AM (IST) The Indian Railways is preparing to convert train coaches into isolation wards to…

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North Central Railway (NCR) General Manager Rajiv Chaudhary, said that the Railways are trying to convert a coach at the coaching depot in New Delhi into isolation wards after consulting medical professionals.

By : IANS | 27 Mar 2020 11:13 AM (IST)

The Indian Railways is preparing to convert train coaches into isolation wards to prepare for a fight against coronavirus pandemic.

Prayagraj: The Indian Railways is preparing to convert train coaches into isolation wards to prepare for a fight against coronavirus pandemic.

North Central Railway (NCR) General Manager Rajiv Chaudhary, said that the Railways are trying to convert a coach at the coaching depot in New Delhi into isolation wards after consulting medical professionals.

“A sleeper coach of a train is being converted and improvised into an isolation wards for patients suffering from Covid-19. Such a plan can help us be well-prepared to meet any emergency,” he said.

Besides, all Railway divisions have identified a ward or building for setting up isolation beds for Covid-19 patients.

Likewise, Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is working out a plan to serve meals in different parts of the country and hospitals, if the need arises.

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Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) of NCR, Ajeet Kumar Singh said, “NCR has taken necessary steps to ensure operational safety to mitigate any possibility of disruption in goods trains.”

In big yards, where maintenance requires concentration of staff, speed of goods trains has been reduced to 15 kmph to sustain required operation and maintenance with social distancing, he informed.

Similarly, NCR is considering an extension of the mandatory Paramedical Medical Examination (PME) of safety category and running staff to boost its medical facilities.

“NCR is also imparting training to its paramedical staff on for Covid-19 related procedures, especially ventilators. Videos posted on ministry of health and family welfare’s website are being used to train staff,” said Chaudhary.

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MBOSE HSSLC result 2020 DECLARED: Meghalaya board announces Class 12 results; check mbose.in

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MBOSE HSSLC result 2020 DECLARED | The Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE) announced Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) result for all three streams – Science, Commerce and Vocational – today (Thursday, 9 July).

The MBOSE will not display results at the Board office and even exam centres due to the coronavirus pandemic. Those who appeared for HSSLC exam will have to check their result by visiting the official website of the Board at mbose.in

“The result booklet of the Examination has been discontinued with effect from 2014. The whole results booklet can be downloaded from the MBOSE official website www.mbose.in,” said the Board in a notification.

How to check Meghalaya Board HSSLC results:

Step 1: Go to official website of MBOSE at mbose.in

Step 2: Click on the link for HSSLC results.

Step 3: Log in using roll number and click on submit.

Step 4: Result will display on the screen.

Alternative websites for checking result

Just after the declaration of result, the website of MBOSE may get slow due to heavy traffic, causing delay in checking HSSLC result. Students can go to the following websites for results:  www.megresults.nic.inwww.meghalayaonline.in and www.meghalaya.siksha.

Meghalaya Board HSSLC exams were originally scheduled for March, but some papers had to be postponed in light of the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lockdown, reported Times Now. The remaining exams for mathematics, physical education and statistics Class 12 took place from 8 to 10 June.

According to The Indian Express, this year, more than 30,000 students appeared for Meghalaya Board HSSLC exams.

Those who don’t pass Class 12 will be allowed to change the institution or examination centre and even stream within a month from the announcement of HSSLC results.


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MBOSE HSSLC result 2020 DECLARED: Meghalaya board announces Class 12 results; how to check scores

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MBOSE HSSLC result 2020 DECLARED: The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) has announced the results of Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate examination (HSSLC) 2020 or Class 12 exams today (9 July).

The Board has released the full result booklet at the official website mbose.in . Candidates can also check scores on megresults.in. and results.shiksha.

Here are the steps to check the results:

Step 1: Go to official website of MBOSE at mbose.in

Step 2: Go to results tab

Step 3: Click on the link for HSSLC results 2020 for stream applicable (Vocational, Science, Commerce)

Step 4: Log in using roll number and click on submit.

Step 5: Result will display on the screen.

According to Careers 360, the exams were scheduled to be held between 2 to 25 March but the exams for the subjects Mathematics, Physical Education and Statistics were conducted in June after lockdown restrictions were eased.

According to The Indian Express, more than 30,000 students appeared for Meghalaya Board HSSLC exams.

Last year, the results for all the streams except Arts were declared on 8 May. The overall pass percentage in 2019 for science stream was 73.80 percent while for commerce, it was 79.24 percent. According to News18, Debjanee Bhattacharjee had topped in science stream with 464 marks, while Bhanusaya Upadhaya was the commerce topper with 448 marks.


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MBOSE HSSLC result 2020 DECLARED: 72.24% Science students clear board exam, 77.28% from Commerce stream

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MBOSE HSSLC result 2020 DECLARED: The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MPBOSE) declared the results of Science, Commerce and Vocational streams for the higher secondary school leaving certificate (HSSLC) or Class 12 exams today (Thursday, 9 July).

This year, students in Science stream cleared the Class 12 exams with a pass percentage of 72.24. While, in Commerce stream, 77.28 percent students passed.

In the Science stream, boys outperformed girls with a pass percentage of 74.23 percent, as against 70.58 percent by girls.

While in Commerce, girls have scored better than boys, registering a pass percentage of 81.97 percent, as against 74.10 percent by boys.

This year, at least 3,566 students from Science, 2,179 from Commerce and 12 from Vocational stream appeared for the MBOSE HSSLC 2020 exam.

Kaustab Choudhury from Shillong, emerged the topper in Science stream after securing 468 marks. While, Komal Sharma, also from Shillong, secured the top position in Commerce with 445 marks.

Over 30,000 students had appeared for the Class 12 exams.

Last year, the results for all the streams except Arts were declared on 8 May. The overall pass percentage in 2019 for science stream was 73.80 percent while for commerce, it was 79.24 percent. In the 2018 HSSLC Class 12 exam, the overall pass percentage for the science stream was 74.58 percent, for commerce stream students was 79.84 percent, and 81.62 percent for arts students.

Here are the steps to check the results:

Step 1: Go to official website of MBOSE at mbose.in

Step 2: Go to results tab

Step 3: Click on the link for HSSLC results 2020 for stream applicable (Vocational, Science, Commerce)

Step 4: Log in using roll number and click on submit.

Step 5: Result will display on the screen.

Candidates can also check their scores on megresults.in. and results.shiksha.

The Meghalaya Board HSSLC exams were originally scheduled for March, but some papers had to be postponed in light of the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lockdown, reported Times Now. The remaining exams for mathematics, physical education and statistics took place from 8 to 10 June.

About Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE):

Set up as per the 1973 MBOSE Act, the Meghalaya Board of School Education controls, regulates and look after the matters associated with school education in the state of Meghalaya. It also conducts examinations for secondary school leaving certificate for students.


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