BHOPAL: Barkatullah University Bhopal, on Friday, declared the results of BAMS ( first prof. and second prof.) on Friday.

The pass percentage of BAMS ( first prof.) is 55 % and second prof. is 60%.

Admissions to Yoga course open

Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Yoga department, has invited applications for admission in three month certificate courses and the last date is January 31. Details can be sought on phone numbers 0755- 2491868, 2481001.

BU changes time- table

Barkatullah University, Bhopal has issued notification regarding change in dates of certain exams. The paper titled alt39 Economics History of India 1757- 1947alt39 will now be held on February 11, paper titled alt39 Freedom Movement in India 1857- 1947alt39 in History will now be conducted on February 13, FC- I Hindi Bhasha Vigyan Bodh of B. Com. third semester will now be held on February 26, paper of Mathematics I/ Zoology- I of B. Sc. Fifth Semester will be held on February 11 and paper of Industrial Chemistry- I of B. Sc.

fifth semester will now be held on March 5.

Antyodaya Mela tomorrow Antyodaya Mela at BHEL Dussehra Maidan will be inaugurated by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on January 29. As many as 1,68,000 beneficiaries will be distributed ex- gratia of around Rs 132 crore under 120 schemes District panchayat chief executive officer Irene Cynthia J P said that health check- up will be held on the occasion where facilities of sonography, X- Ray and tests of serious ailments will be conducted. Patients with serious diseases will be earmarked for treatment. In the camp, department of panchayat and social justice will distribute tri- cycles, crutches and blind sticks to the beneficiaries. A workshop on making calipers will also be organised. Jaipur Foot will also be provided.

Workshop on making state plastic- free

A one- day workshop on reducing pollution and making Madhya Pradesh plastic- free will be held on January 31from 10.30 am at the auditorium of Madhya Pradesh Eco- tourism Development Board. The workshop will discuss various important issues like initiating necessary measures for making Madhya Pradesh plastic- free and identifying people associated with it. About 50 representatives of Higher Education Department, National Service Scheme, National Cadet Corps, non- government organisations and municipal corporation will take part in the workshop.

Tribals know state and its problems better: CS

Chief Secretary Avani Vaish has said that besides development of individuals, talent is also useful from the point of view of state and countrys progress. Apart from improving upon their career, students also play an important role in the society. The Chief Secretary was interacting with talented students belonging to scheduled castes and tribes at the auditorium of Narmada Bhavan here on Friday. These students are on a six- day visit to Bhopal for participating in a leadership development camp organised by SC, ST Welfare Department. One boy and girl student belonging to both the reserved categories who have topped in 10th Board exam have been given an opportunity to take part in the camp. The Chief Secretary said that the students should fix the target of getting selected in All- India Services. If that is not possible, these students should attempt for Madhya Pradesh service. Being residents of the state, these students assume importance since they understand states people and can serve them in a better way. Chief Secretary Vaish wished for bright future of these scheduled caste and tribal students. He congratulated officers of SC, ST Welfare Department for undertaking this novel effort. On the occasion, he handed over tracksuits to some children as a token.

PCC to dwell on installing Arjun Singhs statue

PCC president Kantilal Bhuria will preside over three important meeting of the party to be held at Indira Bhawan on January 30, informs PCC spokesperson Pramod Gugalia.

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