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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will issue a single document combining the certificate and marksheet for class 10 board exams from this year onwards, officials said Tuesday.
A decision in this regard was taken by the board’s examination committee and was approved by the governing body recently.
“A single certificate at secondary level examination combining the language of the marksheet and certificate shall be issued for class 10 examination with effect from 2019,” a senior board official said.
“The document shall be treated as a certificate and candidates shall have to fulfill requirements as notified by the board for obtaining a duplicate one,” the official added.
Class 12 students will, however, continue to get separate documents for marksheet and certificate of examination.
If a student has appeared for an improvement examination, he or she shall not be issued a separate pass certificate for that subject but only a separate statement of marks obtained, the official said.
The board has also decided that from 2020 academic session, compartment candidates will be given three chances to appear for the examination, while candidates who failed will be allowed to appear for the examination next year and practical marks will be carry forwarded.
“The affiliation bye-laws have been amended to incorporate the changes,” the board official said.
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New Delhi: The annual meet connections of Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan chapters Indian Institute of Mass Communication Alumni Association (IIMCAA) were organised in Raipur and Jaipur.
The Jaipur chapter annual meet of Indian Institute of Mass Communication Alumni Association (IIMCAA) meet was addressed by chapter president Amrita Maurya. In the meet, the new executive committee of the Rajasthan chapter was formed in which Amrita Maurya was re-elected as the president. In the newly-formed executive, Sachin Saini was elected as the vice-president, Madhav Sharma as general secretary, Ankit Dhaka as secretary and Gunjan Jain as the treasurer.
Notably, IIMCAA, which is the largest mass media training institute in the country, is organising alumni meet for its students in 21 different cities in India and abroad.
The Raipur meet was chaired by vice-chancellor Santosh Kumar. Mrigendra Pandey managed the stage. IIMCAA president Prasad Sanyal while addressing the meet, highlighted the importance of networking among the former students of the institute. He also discussed in details about new initiatives – IIMCAA Medical Assistance Fund and IIMCAA Scholarships.
Madhya Pradesh chapter president Anil Saumitra hailed the decision of expansion of the institute and said that representatives of one state visiting other are an important step.
Giving details about the year-to-year expansion of the institute, organisation secretary Ritesh Varma said that this year, connections will be organised in at least 21 cities.
The meetings were addressed by senior journalist Prakash Chandra Hota, professor Rajendra Mohanti, Vindo Kumar, Dadan Vishwakarma, Jasim-ul-Haq among others.
On the occasion, institute president Sanyal discussed a plan of the assistance of up to Rs 20,000 to the IIMCAA Medical Assistance Fund. IIMCAA professor Anand Pradhan said that the institute is preparing a report on female journalists working in the media industry so as to know the details related to their working environment. In the event, several Divyang kids from the NGA ‘Angle At Work’ also took part.
After the inaugural event on February 17th, at the IIMC Delhi headquarters, Connections 2019 spanning across 20 cities in and outside India, will put curtains down on April 13th in Dhaka at the Bangladesh Chapter meeting of the association.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease refers to a set of disorders that affect the digestive tract. In Inflammatory Bowel Disease, there is chronic inflammation of the digestive tract. Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease are two types of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. In Crohn’s Disease, the gastrointestinal tract which includes parts like oesophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine including colon, rectum and anus are commonly affected. The intestinal tract starts to thicken due to the inflammation caused by Crohn’s Disease. This is a chronic condition and there is no cure for it. In Ulcerative Colitis, the colon gets inflamed. Ulcers also develop in the colon. Inflammatory Bowel Disease is extremely painful to deal with. If not treated in time, Inflammatory Bowel Disease could result in serious health complications including anal fissures, fistulas and even colon cancer.
Common symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Diarrhoea: Since the intestinal cells are affected, there can be unfavourable changes in the bowel movements. One can suffer from mild or severe diarrhoea depending on the severity of the condition.
Abdominal pain: Uneasiness in stomach accompanied by painful cramps is a common symptom. You get this continuously too for extended periods of time.
Diminished appetite: When your digestive system is affected, your appetite is bound to suffer. You tend to eat less as many foods you normally eat can irritate your stomach and trigger the inflammation.
Weight loss: When you eat less, you also tend to lose weight. Your weight can reduce rapidly.
Fatigue: When you eat less, have constant pain, suffer weight loss and diarrhoea, you naturally tend to get exhausted. It’s not uncommon to develop fever too in this condition.
Best foods to alleviate symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
What you eat is the key to easing the symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Certain anti-inflammatory foods can be helpful in this case. Certain foods can trigger inflammation and can worsen the conditions. Processed foods, foods like beans and cabbage that cause abdominal gas are a NO-NO when you have IBD.
Aloe Vera: This cooling gel is used as an Ayurvedic remedy for a number of digestive problems because of its anti-inflammatory properties.
Strawberries: According to a study, consumption of strawberries per day could help suppress symptoms like body weight loss and bloody diarrhoea in those with IBD. Strawberries are also known to be beneficial to the gut flora and hence help with easing digestion.
Wheatgrass juice: Wheatgrass contains beneficial compounds like chlorophyll, amino acids, vitamins and enzymes that help beat symptoms of IBD.
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Painful periods or menstruation or dysmenorrhea is very common. Women typically suffer from throbbing or cramping pains in the lower abdomen usually on the first day or throughout their periods. This pain could be due to endometriosis, in which tissues that grow in the inner lining of the uterus (endometrium) start growing outside. As a result, there is bleeding inside the ovary or around the uterus in the pelvic cavity. This leads to painful muscle cramps.
Tips to deal with period pain
Here are ways in which you can deal with menstrual cramps naturally:
Yoga and exercise: Regularly doing yoga asanas is known to alleviate the pain. Yoga is known to be an effective remedy against painful periods because it helps increase blood circulation, regulate breathing and help calm your stressful mind. Certain yoga asanas like the butterfly pose or baddhakonasana can open up your pelvic cavity and help ease the flow of blood. Extended frog pose or uttana mandukasana and Surya Namaskar are some of the other yoga exercises that you can do regularly to have pain-free periods. Make sure that you perform these yoga asanas continually to see the best results. Exercises help release endorphins which are the feel good hormones that keep you from feeling sad and lethargic during this period.
Keep away from salt: Ever noticed how you feel bloated during periods? Consumption of salty foods or packaged foods that have an excess of sodium can aggravate bloating and cramps. Avoid excess intake of salt during these four days. Even if you tempted to eat a whole bunch of French Fries or a whole tub of ice cream, refrain from doing so.
Eat more vegetables and fruits: You need food that’s full of valuable nutrients to help you give energy for the loss of blood you experience during periods. Carrots, papaya, cucumbers, tomatoes, whole grains, nuts like walnuts, almonds and cashew nuts, seeds, legumes, fatty fish which have omega 3 fatty acids like salmon, protein sources like chicken are extremely good for you.
Up your intake of calcium: Milk and dairy products can provide you with a good amount of calcium that will help you deal with period problems.
Avoid caffeine: Coffee, tea and other caffeinated beverages can make you dehydrated and make your pain worse. It is best to stick to fresh fruits juices, coconut water, kokum sherbet, sugarcane juice or buttermilk to hydrate yourself. And of course, drink plenty of water.
The move will help address apprehensions as well as potential disputes on various computational and transitional issues such as the loss of input credits and pricing that were bound to arise on account of the change.