NIOS Result 2018 released for class 10 & 12 results at check here by direct link

NIOS Result 2018: 10वीं और 12वीं का रिजल्ट जारी, इस डायरेक्ट लिंक से करें चेक

NIOS 10th, 12th Result ऑफिशियल वेबसाइट पर जारी किया गया है.

नई दिल्ली: नेशनल इंस्टीट्यूट ऑफ ओपन स्कूलिंग (NIOS) ने 10वीं और 12वीं की 2018 परीक्षा का रिजल्ट (NIOS Result 2018) जारी कर दिया है. अक्टूबर में हुई इस परीक्षा का रिजल्ट (NIOS Result 2018 Class 12 October Exam) स्टूडेंट्स ऑफिशियल वेबसाइट पर जाकर चेक कर  सकते हैं. दूसरे सेशन की परीक्षा 8 अक्टूबर से 5 नवंबर तक आयोजित की गई थी. जबकि पहले सेशन की परीक्षा अप्रैल में हुई थी. पिछले साल NIOS ने 10वीं और 12वीं की परीक्षा का रिजल्ट 6 दिसंबर 2017 को जारी किया था.उम्मीदवार नीचे दिए गए डायरेक्ट लिंक पर क्लिक कर अपना रिजल्ट (NIOS Result 2018 October) आसानी से चेक कर सकते हैं.

NIOS Result 2018 October

स्टूडेंट्स नीचे दिए गए स्टेप्स को फॉलों कर अपना रिजल्ट (NIOS 10th Result, NIOS 12th Result) चेक कर सकते हैं.

NIOS 10th Result, NIOS 12th Result ऐसे करें चेक

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स्टेप 1: स्टूडेंट्स अपना रिजल्ट चेक करने के लिए ऑफिशियल वेबसाइट पर जाएं.
स्टेप 2: वेबसाइट के Announcement के सेक्शन पर दिए गए Result of October, 2018 Public Examination of Secondary & Sr.Secondary Declare on 15 Dec. 2018 के लिंक पर क्लिक करें.
स्टेप 3: अब Public Examination Result, Secondary and Senior Secondary

Oct-Nov 2018 पर क्लिक करें.
स्टेप 4: नया पेज खुलने पर अपना Enrollment Number नंबर भरकर सबमिट करें.
स्टेप 5: आपका रिजल्ट आपकी स्क्रीन पर आ जाएगा, आप अपने रिजल्ट का प्रिंट ऑउट ले सकते हैं.

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Hillary Clinton Writes To 8-Year-Old Girl Who Ran For Class President And Lost To A Boy

Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 US presidential election. (File)

Eight-year-old Martha Kennedy Morales got a huge surprise when she opened a personal letter sent to her home. It was from Hillary Clinton, who was consoling Martha for losing an election for class president to a boy — by a single vote.

“As I know too well, it’s not easy when you stand up and put yourself in contention for a role that’s only been sought by boys,” Clinton wrote.

Clinton, who lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 US presidential election, was the first woman to be nominated as a presidential candidate by any major political party in US history. Clinton won the popular vote by several million votes but lost in the electoral college.

The youngster attends Friends Community School, a small, private Quaker school in College Park, Maryland, and is a third-grader in a combined third- and fourth-grade class. Martha said that as part of a unit on US government, elections for class president and Congress were held, and she decided to run for the top job. Her opponent, she said, was a popular fourth-grade boy.

The election was held, but six ballots were declared invalid because students had not filled them out correctly. Another vote was taken. Martha lost by a single vote, she said, and was declared vice president.

In a description of her job that US vice presidents could have given, she said: “Now I get to be the tiebreaker if the House and Senate can’t agree. And I have meetings with the president. That’s all that I know that I do.”

Her father, Albert Morales, said Martha waged a serious campaign to win, and he routinely posted campaign updates on his Facebook page. He revealed the results of the contest there, too.

Democratic political activist Bryan Weaver said a number of Albert Morales’ friends saw his Facebook posts, got caught up in the election and were upset when Martha lost. “A friend of mine who runs a bar on U Street (in Washington, DC) welled up with tears,” he said.

Someone who knows Clinton saw the posts and mentioned it to her, and she decided to write to the youngster. Her spokesman, Nick Merrill, confirmed that the letter is authentic.

“My mom was just picking me up from school, and she pulled the letter out of her purse,” Martha said. “I opened it up, and it was a letter from Hillary Clinton. I was very surprised.”

Albert Morales said: “My wife texted me a copy and said Martha was just very happy and excited and surprised that Hillary would take the time to write to her.”

The 8-year-old, who is looking forward to turning 9 next week, is now working on a thank-you note.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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Tired Of Harassment, Rajasthan Class 10 Girl Allegedly Commits Suicide

The body was handed over to the family members after post-mortem, police said. (Representational)


A Class 10 girl allegedly jumped into a canal in Kansuwa area, Kota after facing humiliation due to sexual harassment, the police said today.

The girl allegedly jumped into the right main canal late Friday evening when she was returning home from tuition, they said.

The girl could not be traced till the report was filed and efforts were underway by NDRF and Kota Municipal Corporation rescue teams to fish out the body.

The girl, aged around 15 years, took the extreme step after she was fed up with eve-teasing by two boys, SHO Vijay Shankar Sharma said.

A probe is on into the matter and police are trying to ascertain the identity of the accused and verify the allegation, the SHO said.

In a separate case, the body of a 26-year-old man, who was swept away by strong current of water in the Right Main Canal in Mangrole area, was recovered 20 kilometres away in Madhya Pradesh’s Baroda district on Wednesday.

The man, identified as Wasim Akaram, a resident of Siswali in Rajasthan’s Baran district, was swept away after his motorcycle skidded off the flyover on Ramgarh road, Mangrole SHO Ramkhiladi Meena said.

The body was handed over to the family members after post-mortem and a case under relevant sections was lodged in this connection, he said, adding further investigation into the matter is underway.

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Delhi Class 7 Student Hangs Herself, Writes Teacher’s Name On Palm

Class 7 student hanged herself at her home in West Delhi.

New Delhi: 

A Class 7 student allegedly committed suicide in West Delhi on Saturday, when her mother was away at work. She had scribbled her teacher’s name on her hands and a note that she did not want to go to school anymore.

“Lord Krishna, I am coming,” said one message on her palm. In another, she wrote for her mother: “I love you”.

A suicide note has also been found, the police said.

The 12 year-old girl was found hanging from the ceiling fan at her home.

“On her palms and hands she wrote that she did not want to go to school any more. She apologised to her mother and grandmother and said she was going to meet Lord Krishna,” senior police officer Madhup Tiwari told news agency IANS.

The girl’s mother, a lawyer, last saw her alive when she was leaving for the Tis Hazari Court. She said the girl had refused to go to school.

When she returned at 4 PM, she found her daughter’s body.

“My daughter complained that the teacher scolded her every day. The same teacher rebuked and humiliated her on Friday for 10 minutes in the biology lab. She cried in the school bathroom after the episode,” her mother told news agency IANS.

“She had been insisting that I change her school but I did not know how serious the situation was. I would never imagine she would commit suicide,” the mother said, sobbing.

The school management said in a statement said it was fully cooperating with the police and was also carrying out an internal inquiry.

“As of now we are not at liberty to disclose any details which may jeopardise the police investigation of the case,” the statement said.

The police are waiting for the girl’s autopsy report and say they are speaking to her classmates.

(With inputs from ANI, IANS)

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Class 7 Student Kills Herself in Delhi Suicide note

खास बातें

  1. 7वीं की छात्रा का सुसाइड नोट आया सामने
  2. सुसाइड नोट में विज्ञान शिक्षक को बताया जिम्मेदार
  3. स्कूल प्रबंधन ने जांच के लिए आंतरिक समिति बनाई

नई दिल्ली: दिल्ली के इंद्रपुरी में सातवीं कक्षा की एक छात्रा ने खुदकुशी कर ली. समाचार एजेंसी ANI के अनुसार, छात्रा ने अपनी हथेली पर एक सुसाइड नोट भी लिखा है. पुलिस ने बताया कि डेजी राठौर (12) ने विज्ञान के शिक्षक द्वारा लगातार अपमानित करने व फटकार लागाए जाने से तंग आकर खुदकुशी कर ली. उन्होंने बताया कि डेजी ने उसका उत्पीड़न करने वाले शिक्षक का नाम अपनी हथेली व हाथ पर लिखा है और और अपने फांसी पर लटकने का कारण भी बताया है. संयुक्त पुलिस आयुक्त मधूप तिवारी ने कहा, ‘हम पोस्टमार्टम रिपोर्ट का इंतजार कर रहे हैं और पीड़ित के दोस्तों व सहपाठियों के बयान रिकॉर्ड कर रहे हैं. हम दोषी के खिलाफ सख्त कार्रवाई करेंगे.’

यह भी पढ़ें:  फोन इस्तेमाल करने पर डांटा तो लड़की की खुदकुशी, जांच में जुटी पुलिस

उन्होंने कहा, ‘लड़की ने हथेली व हाथों पर लिखा है कि वह अब स्कूल नहीं जाना चाहती थी. उसने अपनी मां व दादी से माफी मांगी है और कहा कि वह भगवान कृष्ण से मिलने जा रही है.’ लड़की को आखिरी बार उसकी मां कमल राठौर ने तीस हजारी कोर्ट जाने से पहले देखा था. पुलिस के एक अधिकारी ने कहा कि लड़की की मां जब करीब 4 बजे अदालत से घर लौटीं तो अपनी बेटी का मृत शरीर पाया. इंद्रपुरी निवासी किशोरी ने अपने विज्ञान शिक्षक के खिलाफ लगातार अपमानित करने का आरोप लगाया है.

यह भी पढ़ें:  मुंबई: 8वीं की छात्रा ने की खुदकुशी, इस वजह से उठाया यह कदम

उन्होंने कहा, ‘मेरी बेटी की शिकायत है कि वही शिक्षक हर रोज उसे फटकार लगाता था. इसी शिक्षक ने शुक्रवार को बॉयोलाजी लैब में उसकी कक्षाध्यापक की मौजूदगी में दस मिनट तक उसे अपमानित किया व डांट लगाई.’ कमल राठौर ने ने कहा, ‘इस घटना के बाद वह स्कूल के बॉथरूम में जाकर रोई थी.’

VIDEO: छात्रा ने की खुदकुशी


उन्होंने कहा, ‘वह मुझपर स्कूल बदलने के लिए जोर दे रही थी, लेकिन मैं स्थिति की गंभीरता को नहीं समझ सकी. मुझे यह एहसास नहीं हुआ कि यह कितना भयावह हो सकता है और वह आत्महत्या कर लेगी.’ लड़की की मां ने कहा, ‘उसका (डेजी) विज्ञान शिक्षक बेकार की बातों पर उसे अक्सर फटकार लगाता था.’ उधर, स्कूल प्रबंधन ने घटना की जांच के लिए एक आंतरिक समिति बनाई है, जो दिल्ली पुलिस को इस मामले की रिपोर्ट सौंपेगी.

(इनपुट: IANS)

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5-Year-Old Girl Sexually Abused By Class 3 Student In Ghaziabad: Police

The boy, accused of the crime, has been detained, said police. (Representational)


A five-year-old girl was allegedly sexually abused by a class 3 student in Ghaziabad, police said on Saturday.

The 11-year-old boy took the girl to an isolated place and then sexually abused her, said Senior Superintendent of Police Vaibhav Krishna.

After listening to her cries for help, some people reached the spot and found the girl lying in a pool of blood.

The girl’s father filed a complaint in this regard, the SP said, adding that the boy was detained, the SP said.

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Class 10 English Communicative Exam Pattern, Marking Scheme

New Delhi: 

CBSE will conduct board exams for class 10 students in February and March 2019. With the board exams only a couple months away, students have begun to prepare for the D-day. It is imperative to look at the marking scheme and exam pattern to better strategize the board exam preparation. In this article we will discuss the exam pattern and marking scheme for English Communicative paper for class 10 students. 

CBSE Class 10 English Communicative Exam Pattern

The English Communicative question paper will carry total 80 marks. There would be three sections in the questions paper: Reading, Writing and Grammar, and Literature. 

Section A: Reading

Section A will carry 20 marks. There will be two passages. One passage will carry 8 marks and the second passage will carry 12 marks. 

This section will test a students ability to read and understand a passage and answer questions based on the passage. The important point here is to read the passage carefully and grasp the main theme of the passage. 

Section B: Writing and Grammar

The Writing and Grammar section will carry 30 marks. There would be total 5 questions in this section out of which two will cover writing part and three will cover grammar part. The writing part will carry 18 marks and grammar part will carry 12 marks. 

The writing part will have essay/letter writing and story writing type questions. Grammar part will have fill in the blanks, sentence re-arrangement, and omission type questions. 

Section C: Literature

The Literature part will carry 30 marks and will have four questions and each question will have an option. Students could choose any of the options to answer. 

For literature section, students should read the texts carefully and memorize the names of the poems, stories and prescribed texts and their corresponding authors. 


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TVS Racing’s R Nataraj Wins Indian National Rally Championship 2018; Aishwarya Pissay Seals The Ladies Class

TVS Racing’s R Nataraj has been crowned as the 2018 Indian National Rally Championship (INRC) after a spectacular finish. The team won the championship in four out of five categories, dominating with its performance throughout the season.

TVS Racing’s R Nataraj has been crowned as the 2018 Indian National Rally Championship (INRC) after a spectacular finish. The team won the championship in four out of five categories, dominating with its performance throughout the season. The final round of INRC took place in Puttur, Mangalore and saw the team’s R Nataraj take the top spot in the Super Bike Pro Experts category. Meanwhile, Aishwarya Pissay, who made her comeback post an injury during Baja World Rally, won the Group B Ladies Class in the final round, sealing the championship title for the second consecutive year.


(Aishwarya Pissay sealed the title with a win in the Group B Ladies Class in the final round)

Commenting on the team’s performance, B Selvaraj, Team Manager, TVS Racing said, “I am happy that we could maintain our winning record this year as well and would like to congratulate the team on their commendable performances. Today’s Rally was a comeback Rally for Aishwarya post her injury in Spain Baja and I am thrilled that she could finish the Rally on top. Nataraj and Rajendra maintained a consistent performance throughout the Rally despite their injuries and proved their dominance in their respective categories. Imran is in a great form right now, he has given some remarkable performances this year and I am glad that he is headed in the right direction.  Asif has also maintained his pace in the Rally and secured a podium finish. I would also like to thank all the team members for their relentless hard work in keeping the bikes at its best form and supporting the team at every step.”


TVS Racing won across four categories in INRC this year. While R Nataraj won the Super Bike Pro Expert Class Group A, astride the RTR 450 FX, teammate Rajendra RE won in the Super Sport (260) Group B category with the RTR 200. Imran Pasha won the Super Sport (!65) Group B category with the RTR 160, while Syed Asif Ali took the second place with the rally-prepped TVS NTorq SXR.

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Rajasthan:non-tribal class can be new challenge for BJP-Congress

अखिलेश शर्मा/डूंगरपुर: प्रदेश में विधानसभा चुनाव के लिए आदर्श आचार संहिता लगने के साथ राजनैतिक दलों ने अपनी तैयारिया शुरू कर दी है . इसी कड़ी में प्रदेश के आदिवासी बहुल डूंगरपुर जिले में भी कांग्रेस व बीजेपी ने चुनाव को लेकर अपनी रणनीति बनाना शुरू कर दिया है. बीजेपी जहां विकास के मुद्दे पर चुनाव में उतर रही है वहीं कांग्रेस भाजपा सरकार की नाकामियों जैसे मुद्दों को लेकर जनता के बीच जा रही है. लेकिन पिछले दो चुनाव की तरह इस चुनाव में भी समानता मंच की सामान्य व ओबीसी वर्ग के हितो के लिए मांगे एक बड़ा मुद्दा हो सकती है. 

प्रदेश का आदिवासी बहुल जिला डूंगरपुर प्रदेश के टीएसपी जिलो में शामिल है. डूंगरपुर जिले में विधानसभा की चार सीटें आती है जिसमे डूंगरपुर, सागवाडा, चौरासी और आसपुर विधानसभा सीट शामिल है. परिसीमन होने के बाद चारो सीट एसटी वर्ग के लिए आरक्षित हो चुकी है. जनजाति उपयोजना क्षेत्र के जनजाति वर्ग के लिए तो सरकार की ओर से कई प्रावधान किये है लेकिन जनजाति उपयोजना क्षेत्र मे निवास करने वाला सामान्य, ओबीसी व एससी वर्ग के अधिकारों के साथ क्षेत्र में कुठाराघात हो रहा है. 

टीएसपी क्षेत्र में गैर आदिवासी वर्ग की अधिकारों की रक्षा के लिए बना समानता मंच पिछले 16 सालो से लड़ाई लड़ रहा है. समानता मंच की मांगो पर गौर नहीं करने का खामियाजा वर्ष 2008 में तत्कालीन भाजपा सरकार को उठाना पड़ा था. इसके बाद जब 2008 में कांग्रेस की सरकार बनी तो गहलोत सरकार ने अपने अंतिम साल में समानता मंच की मांगो को देखते हुए 1 से 9 स्केल तक की नौकरियों में स्थानीय को वरीयता देने की अधिसूचना जारी की. 

जबकि साल 2013  में बनी भाजपा सरकार ने तत्कालीन कांग्रेस सरकार के अंतिम 6 माह में किये फैसलों की समीक्षा करते हुए टीएसपी क्षेत्र के सामान्य व ओबीसी वर्ग को अभ्यर्थियों को नौकरियों में वरीयता देने व 200 करोड़ के पैकेज को समाप्त कर दिया था. लेकिन समानता मंच ने सागवाड़ा में 29 मई 2016 को विशाल अधिकारी रैली की जिसमे एक लाख से अधिक लोगो ने भाग लिया. टीएसपी क्षेत्र में समानता मंच के शक्ति प्रदर्शन को देखते हुए सरकार ने समानता मंच के पदाधिकारियों से साथ बैठक की. जिसमे सरकार ने पुनः नौकरियों में स्थानीय को वरीयता देने व कई अन्य मांगो पर भी सहमती जताई. इसमें से कुछ समय बाद ही सरकार ने नौकरियो में स्थानीय को वरीयता देने के घोषणा करते हुए पुनः अधिसूचना जारी की लेकिन शेष मांगो पर सरकार ने ध्यान नहीं दिया. 

समानता मंच की मांगें
– टीएसपी क्षेत्र की प्रत्येक जिले मे एक विधानसभा सीट सामान्य व ओबीसी के लिए होनी चाहिए
– उसी प्रकार पंचायत समितियो में भी प्रधान पद पर भी सामान्य व ओबीसी वर्ग के लिए होनी चाहिए
– सरपंच चुनाव में भी अनुपातिक जनसंख्या का महत्व होना चाहिए
– नौकरियों में मेरिट में आने वाला उम्मीदवार अपने ही वर्ग में लिया जाना चाहिए
– जनजाति उपयोजना क्षेत्र में एसटी वर्ग को मिलने वाली सुविधाएं सभी वर्गों के लिए एक समान होनी चाहिए  
– रीट परीक्षा में एस्ट वर्ग की भाति गैर आदिवासी वर्ग को भी 36 फीसदी अंक मिलने चाहिए
– स्थानीय नौकरियों में एसटी वर्ग को की प्रमोशन व्यवस्था की पुनः समीक्षा 

दरअसल टीएसपी क्षेत्र में सरपंच से लेकर सांसद तक सभी राजनैतिक पद एसटी वर्ग के लिए आरक्षित है. समानता मंच ने समय समय पर सामान्य व ओबीसी वर्ग की बहुलता वाले क्षेत्रो में सरपंच चुनाव के लिए रोस्टर प्रणाली लागू करने की मांग उठाता आया है. पिछली 29 मई 2016 को समानता मंच की विशाल रैली के बाद सरकार ने नौकरियों में स्थानीय को वरीयता देने की मांग को क्रियान्विति किया था. वहीं राजनीती में पंचायत स्तर पर रोस्टर प्रणाली लागू करने सहित अन्य मांगो को जल्द पूरा करने का आश्वासन दिया था लेकिन सरकार की ओर से उन मांगो पर कोई राहत नहीं दी गई. 

इधर भाजपा सरकार द्वारा समानता मंच की मांगो को पूरा नहीं किये जाने पर समानता मंच में आक्रोश है. समानता मंच के टीएसपी क्षेत्र के प्रमुख दिग्विजय सिंह का कहना है मांगो को पूरा नहीं किये जाने का खामियाजा भाजपा सरकार को विधानसभा चुनाव में उठाना पड़ेगा. उन्होंने कहा की दोनों दलों ने समानता मंच को धोखा दिया है जिसके चलते समानता मंच डूंगरपुर जिले सहित अन्य जिलो की सीटो पर अपना उम्मीदवार उतारेंगे.

इधर समानता मंच के चलते दोनों राजनितिक दलों की गणित बिगड़ने के सवाल पर जब भाजपा के नेताओ से पूछा गया तो उन्होंने विधानसभा चुनाव में भाजपा को कोई नुकसान नहीं होने का दावा किया. लेकिन कांग्रेस के नेताओं का कहना है की कांग्रेस पार्टी ने सत्ता के दौरान समानता मंच की मांगो को माना था और अगर फिर से कांग्रेस की सरकार बनती है तो कांग्रेस पार्टी टीएसपी क्षेत्र में सभी वर्गो को साथ लेकर चलेगी. 

हालांकि समानता मंच द्वारा विधानसभा चुनाव में अपना उम्मीदवार उतारने की घोषणा ने कांग्रेस व भाजपा की मुश्किलें तो बढ़ा दी है. क्योकि डूंगरपुर जिले सहित टीएसपी क्षेत्र के सभी जिलों की सीटें एसटी आरक्षित होने से एसटी वर्ग के वोटो का धुर्विकरण हो जाता है और उस स्थिति में  सामान्य व ओबीसी वर्ग के वोट निर्णायक वोट माने जाते है. अब देखना होगा की समानता मंच की इस हुंकार से विधानसभा चुनाव में किस पार्टी को कितना फायदा और कितना नुकसान होता है.

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