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IIM Indore concludes placement for EPGP students with average salary of Rs 24.10 lpa

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NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore concluded the placement process for the Class of 2020 of its Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP) with an average salary of Rs 24.10 lakh per annum. The highest salary in the 2019-20 EPGP placement this season is Rs 80 lakh per annum, a jump of 153% from last year.

The EPGP is an intensive one-year full-time residential MBA program designed for executives with minimum 5 years of work experience. The EPGP Class of 2020 completed its international immersion module entitled “Advanced Leadership Program” during September-October, 2019 at SDA Bocconi in Milan, Italy.

The EPGP Class of 2020 comprised 43 candidates. Some of the recruiters include companies like FIIT-JEE, HSBC, Accenture – Technology, Virtusa, TCS, Cybertech, Vector Consulting, Infosys Domain Consulting, Atos Syntel, and Wolters Kluwers, according to a release issued by the IIM.

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Andhra Pradesh schools to reopen from Nov 2, guidelines released

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VIJAYAWADA: Schools in Andhra Pradesh will be reopened from November 2 with classes on alternative days for the students, chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy announced in a video conference on Tuesday.

The state government will be conducting online classes on alternative days for the students. However, the CM said online classes will be conducted for the students who don’t want to attend physical classes.

“Classes 1,3,5,7,9 will have classes on one day and 2,4,6,8 will have classes on the next day. Schools will function for half-day for November and students will be sent homes after midday meals,” the Andhra Pradesh CMO said in a statement.

Assuring that strict Covid-19 guidelines will be followed, the state government in its guidelines said that schools above 750 students will have two working days per class per week and schools with less than 750 students will have three working days per week.

School education department is preparing an action plan along with the health department in conducting classes. “Hand sanitation and physical distancing will be made mandatory in the schools. Students will be divided into small sections to prevent congestion in classrooms,” the guidelines read.

Teachers associations and parents expressed happiness over the decision of the state government. “State government has finally taken a decision on resuming schools and we welcome it. Classes on alternative days will help reduce chances of Covid-19 spread. School managements should sanitise the classrooms everyday and maintain a healthy environment,” said K Maha Lakshmi, a parent.



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Telangana govt postpones all exams till Dasara, says Education minister

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Hyderabad: The Telangana government postponed all the school and college education exams till Dasara following the India Meteorological Department prediction for heavy rainfall till October 22.

The announcement was made by the Telangana education minister Sabitha Indra Reddy on Twitter. The move is set to give relief to more than 5 lakh students across the state.

The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, and Osmania University had postponed the exams for October 19-20 due to rainfall prediction and had stated that exams will be held as per schedule from October. However, with no update from the two universities, many students were flooding the education minister seeking postponement of their supplementary and regular exams.

Issuing a notice on Tuesday, Registrar, JNT University Hyderabad said “All the principles of JNTUH constituent and affiliated colleges are informed to note that all the UG and PG regular and supplementary examinations of JNTUH scheduled on 21st and 22nd October, 2020 have been postponed due to forecast of heavy rains.”

The notice also added that the revised date of examinations will be intimated later for all the exams which were originally scheduled from 14th to 22nd October, 2020. However, there is no change in the schedule of exams which are going to be held from October 27.

Considering the havoc that rain has wreaked across the state, the government decided to postpone the exams.



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Maharashtra board announces time table for SSC, HSC supplementary exam

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PUNE: The supplementary exam of secondary school certificate (SSC, std X) and higher secondary certificate (HSC, std XII) will start from November 20 and exams will conclude on December 7, a statement issued by the Maharashtra state secondary and higher secondary education said on Tuesday. The state board also released the entire time table for both exams in detail on its website. The exam will be conducted by the state board in Pune, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Konkan, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, Latur and Nagpur.

Students who are eligible for ATKT will also be able to appear for respective subjects in this supplementary exam, the state board said. The SSC exam will start on November 20 and conclude on December 5 while the HSC exam will end on December 10 for general subjects and for vocational subjects it will end on December 7.

The oral, practical and grade examination of SSC board will start from November 18 and end on December 5 while the HSC oral exam will start from November 18 and end on December 10. The datewise time table has been made available on the state board portal: www.mahahsscboard.in.



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