UP CM Yogi Adityanath Announces Internship Scheme For Students, Rs 2,500 Stipend | All You Need to Know

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday announced a new state government scheme that will create internships with a Rs 2,500 stipend for students of Class 10, Class 12, as well as those pursuing their graduation.

The internship scheme was announced at a job fair organised by the Department of Labour and Employment Exchange at Gorakhpur University, with the agenda to increase job opportunities in the state.

Addressing the public in Gorakhpur, CM Adityanath said, “Our effort is to open an ITI and skill development centre in each tehsil of the state which can give a platform to the youth for their skills.”

Here’s what you need to know:

Duration: 6 months to a year

Stipend: Rs 2,500 per month

The internship scheme has been launched in a tie-up with various technical institutes and industries in the state. The honorarium stipend will be given partly by the central government, that is, Rs 1,500, and partly by the state, that is, Rs 1,000.

After the completion of the internship, the government will also help the youth in getting jobs and an HR cell will be created to secure the same. The Chief Minister also said that 20 per cent of girls will be compulsorily recruited in the police department in the state so that they can contribute towards the state’s security.

“This year we are going to come up with an internship scheme. Each youth who will do an internship for 6 months and one year will be given Rs 2,500 as honorarium every month,” he said.

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UPTET Result 2020: Scores to be Released Tomorrow, Here’s How to Check

UPTET Result 2020: The Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board will on Friday declare the results for UPTET (Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test) 2020 on the official website. The candidates who appeared for the examination can check their results by visiting the websites – updeled.gov.in or upbasiceduboard.gov.in.

The answer key for UPTET 2020 was released last week on January 31. Candidates need to score a minimum of 60 per cent or 90 marks out of total 150. Meanwhile, the qualifying marks for reserved category students is at 55 per cent or 82 marks.

Candidates are required to keep their admit cards ready to note their roll numbers if and where needed.

Follow the steps to check your UPTET Result 2020:

Step 1: Visit the official website of UP Board, i.e. updeled.gov.in or upbasiceduboard.gov.in

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the download link for ‘Result’

Step 3: A pdf file with a list of selected candidates will appear on the screen

Step 4: Download the same and take a print out for future reference.

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Bars in UP's big cities can stay open till 2 am

Licensed bars in major UP cities could earlier remain open up to 1 am, or 3 am if they were located in five-star hotels. Unlike before, hotels in small cities can also apply for a liquor licence.

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Coronavirus Scare in East UP Due to Case in Nepal

The first case of the deadly coronavirus reported from Nepal has led to a scare in eastern Uttar Pradesh, particularly Gorakhpur, because of its proximity to Nepal and the heavy traffic flow across the porous border.

R. N. Singh, a doctor-campaigner for ‘Mission Save in India’, said: “The virus is deadly and has already claimed lives in many countries. A case has been reported from Nepal too. We share 1,751 km long open border with Nepal and checking virus only at the airport and not on borders will be an exercise in futility. Health check-posts should be established at entry points on the Indo-Nepal border to check the entry of the virus in the country.”

Checking for the virus has already started at the airport, but the open border between the two countries should also be monitored, he said.

Medical experts in the region feel that there is an urgent need to create awareness about the deadly virus in the area, especially in the rural interiors.

The symptoms of coronavirus are similar to any other upper-respiratory infection, including running nose, coughing, sore throat, and sometimes a fever.

“When the symptoms appear, people believe that it is a flu which is a normal thing in this season. It is only when the condition gets beyond repair that people come to the hospitals and by then, the patient is firmly in the grip of coronavirus,” said M. M. Sahay, a local medical practitioner.

Gorakhpur, which is close to the Indo-Nepal border, has a sizeable population that commutes daily to Nepal through Sunauli and Badhni borders. Steps have already been initiated for the screening of the virus at the airport, but experts believe that health check-up along the open border is more important to check the entry of infection to India.

R. N. Singh further said that health check posts should be set up, along the Uttar Pradesh-Nepal border just like it had been done during the SARS epidemic in 2002.

An awareness campaign was also needed to inform people that patients with cold, cough and fever must immediately be reported to the nearest hospital.

“Around half-a-dozen cases of coronavirus have also been detected in Thailand. Many people from here also go to Thailand and people from the country visit Gorakhpur. Health check-posts are the need of the hour,” he said.

Meanwhile, Chief medical officer (CMO) Srikant Tiwari said that an isolation ward would soon be set up at the district hospital.

“As of now, no case of coronavirus has been reported in Gorakhpur, but the department is ready to deal with the situation. An isolation ward will be constructed at the district hospital soon,” the CMO said.

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UP Open Varsity Includes CAA, Article 370 in Syllabus

Prayagraj: An open university in Uttar Pradesh has launched an awareness campaign on the Citizenship Amendment Act and Article 370 by including them in the college syllabus. The new syllabus came into force from January 2020.

Professor Kameshwar Nath Singh, the Vice Chancellor of Rajarshi Tandon Open University, told IANS, “Our university runs courses according to the need of the time and society. There are some courses for which students do not have to appear for exams. Certificates are handed out on the basis of evaluation of assignments. Right now we have introduced CAA and Article 370 in this category.”

The three-month awareness course on these topics commenced from January 2020, the VC said.

Admissions have begun for the course. Students will be given assignments and they will be given certificates after the successful completion of the assignments, the VC added.

The CAA syllabus has been divided into five parts while the one on Article 370 and 35A has six parts.

This is an exercise to make people aware about the CAA and Article 370 and 35A, the VC said.

The course explains the complete process and importance of the abrogation of Article 370 and the logic behind bringing the Citizenship Amendment Act, he said.

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‘The AMs are a different beast and reflect the political play within the government.’

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