Indians in Saudi Arabia appear for Grade 10 CBSE Board Exams

P A Hameed Padubidri, Riyadh
March 7, 2019

Riyadh, Mar 7: Students from several schools across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today appeared for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Grade10 board examinations.

The students from various schools in the Kingdom affiliated to CBSE appears for the class 10 board examination initially beginning (with third languages) on March 5, 2019. However, it is virtually seen beginning today, March 7.

International Indian School, Riyadh (IISR) has been set up as the exam center for all the Indian CBSE affiliated Schools in Riyadh.

The students are from various schools in different provinces of the Kingdom like Central province (Riyadh), Western province (Jeddah), Eastern province (Dammam-Khobar), Buraidah etc.

Admit Cards (hall tickets) with details of the students and roll numbers have been distributed to all the students in the schools as per the direction of the CBSE.

Today morning, main Quraish road and Hasan bin Ali Street in Riyadh on which IISR is situated, were seen with heavy traffics and crowd due to the examination.

Teachers, parents and guardians of the students who appear for the exam were seen taking their children to the exam center and giving them confidence and important tips.

The seat numbers for the students in the classes in IISR were listed on board put outside the exam center. The students seemed to have been in full of tensions and anxieties due to the exam pressures. Pre-board and mock exams were conducted earlier in various respective school to make the students prepared for the main board exams.

All the arrangements have been made in order for the smooth conduct of the examinations. Also, the strict instructions during the exams & guidelines have been disseminated to the students in order to prevent any malpractice that would occur.

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May 6,2021

Mangaluru, May 6: Dakshina Kannada District in-charge of Minister Kota Srinivas Poojary has instructed officials to form medical teams to take care of Covid patients in home isolation as over 85.70 per cent of covid patients in the district are in home isolation.

Presiding over a meeting of experts here on Thursday in the backdrop of the rising Covid cases in Mangaluru, he said of the 8,414 active cases in the district, 1,204 are being treated in hospitals while the rest 7,210 patients are in home isolation.

The Minister directed the Deputy Commissioner to form 78 teams comprising even doctors so that those in home isolation can get good treatment. He also said special care should be given to Covid patients over 45 years of age.

The Minister said any complaints regarding private hospitals charging exorbitant fees for Covid treatment can be lodged at the office of the District Health Officer so that strict action could be taken.

Deputy Commissioner Dr K V Rajendra who also spoke, said some religious organisations and private institutions are coming forward to open Covid care centres. The officials should first inspect if the places have all facilities before permitting the centres.

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April 26,2021

Bengaluru, Apr 26: Chief minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday announced that Karnataka will provide free vaccines for all between 18 and 45 years of age as the state sees a massive rise in Covid cases.

The vaccines will be free at government hospitals when the third phase of the vaccination campaign kicks off on May 1.

Karnataka on Monday also imposed a two-week lockdown as it has witnessed a big jump in Covid cases over the past two weeks.

Close to 35,000 new Covid cases were reported on Sunday, of which 20,733 were in Bengaluru.

Earlier on Monday, Delhi announced free vaccines for all in the capital. 

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April 28,2021

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Mangaluru, Apr 28: A 25-year-old woman doctor who was undergoing treatment for covid-19 succumbed to the deadly disease in the city.

The deceased has been identified as Dr C C Maha Basheer of Palisseri Nabams House in Thalassery. Maha, who was five months pregnant, was admitted at Mangaluru Indiana Hospital.

The doctors could not save her baby. Although she tested negative in the test conducted two days back, she continued treatment following breathing problems. She was studying for MD at Kanachur Medical College, Deralakatte, Thokkottu, Mangaluru.

Maha was wife of Dr Savafar of Kasargod. She was daughter of C C Abdul Basheer and Nazriya Basheer. Maasin Basheer, Misnan Basheer and Milas Basheer are her siblings. Her last rites were held at Stadium Juma Masjid in Thalassery. 

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