Students who appeared for their Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) exams at city schools on Thursday found the question papers relatively straightforward
, ChandigarhPriyanka Thakur
Students who appeared for their Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) exams at city schools on Thursday found the question papers relatively straightforward . The students of Class 10 appeared for their history and civics exam and Class 12 their commerce exam. The exams, being conducted by Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), started from April 25.
Gurnoor, a Class 10 student of Strawberry Fields High School, Sector 26, said, “ The paper was easy and not lengthy. I finished it half an hour before the allotted 1.5 hours.”
Her classmate, Shardul of Sector 28, said , “Questions in each section were simple and pretty straightforward. Those who have studied well can score full marks.” Yajur Oberoi added that the exam was trouble free for him and he was able to attempt it effortlessly.
The Class-12 students echoed a similar sentiment. Shiraz of Strawberry Fields High School, said, “This was my second offline exam. Most of the questions were simple, however some were tricky to attempt. Overall, the exam was easier than I had expected and went well.”
There are four CISCE schools in Chandigarh – Strawberry Fields High School, Sector 26; St Xavier’s Senior Secondary School, Sector 44; St Stephen’s School, Sector 45 and Tender Heart School, Sector 33
A 34-year-old man was arrested for killing The accused, Samsul Haq Gulam Karim, 34’s 28-year-old friend and dumping The deceased, Prasad Jinjurkar’s body in the bush over a petty drunken brawl. Badlapur police had found the body of the victim on Monday and arrested the accused on Thursday. The deceased, Prasad Jinjurkar, was unemployed for some months. He stayed with his parents and used to go out to party with friends regularly. The accused, Samsul Haq Gulam Karim, 34, was friends with Jinjurkar.
Sanpada police have booked four staff members of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation for negligence after a street pole fell on a food vendor. While the incident occurred on Sunday, an FIR was registered on Wednesday after investigation. On Sunday afternoon, the NMMC staff were erecting a new street light pole at Sector 8 in Sanpada. While the men were erecting a new pole, the old pole happened to fall over the right shoulder of Hikutty.
PUNE The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation services that were interrupted for almost six months due to the strike called by employees are now back to normal with the public transport body being able to bring back 90% of its buses on state streets for the first time this year. On April 6, the Bombay high court (HC) had directed the protesting MSRTC workers to resume duties by April 15.
Four persons were arrested for allegedly robbing silver utensils worth ₹1.23Cr from a godown in Bhiwandi on Thursday. The theft occurred four days ago in one of the godowns in Shubham Industrial Park situated in Kalwar, Bhiwandi. The thieves allegedly broke the shutter of the godown and fled with the silver utensils. Police also saw the number plate of a black and white car, whose owner was traced to Paygao of Bhiwandi.
The UP Real Estate Regulatory Authority has initiated the process to collect actual data of allottees of the Festival City Housing Project on the Noida Expressway. The UP RERA has shared a link (www.up-rera.in) on its website, where allottees of the project could submit their details to prove their allotment. The RERA would also calculate an estimated project completion cost. The UP RERA has undertaken several housing projects that were left midway by promoters.