News Bulletin : 01 September 2021

News Bulletin

 


Personalia

Revered President Maharaj is at Belur Math.

Swami Gautamananda ji visited Jayrambati and Kamarpukur from 16 to 22 August and Belur Math from 23 to 28 August.  He will be in Thanjavur from 8 to 12 September.

Swami Prabhananda ji and Swami Suhitananda ji are at Belur Math.

All of them are keeping well.


New Math Centre

Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre, Auckland, has been affiliated to the Ramakrishna Math.  Its contact details are as follows:

Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre,

27 Arawa Street, New Lynn,

Auckland 0600, New Zealand

Phone no.: (64) 21 229 0369

Email id: [email protected]

The centre was started in 2004 and moved to the above premises in 2007.

Communication Addresses

Phone Numbers

Bamunmura centre has discontinued its landline telephone numbers: 2552 3044 & 2562 9669.  The centre has two mobile phone numbers: 94333 02774 & 76995 16200.

Dhaka centre, Bangladesh, has changed its telephone number from 956 4055 to 223 384055.

Limbdi centre has discontinued its landline telephone number 260228.  It has an additional mobile telephone number 98252 23668.

Website

Gwalior centre has launched a website with the address: www.rkmagwalior.org.  The centre’s units have the following websites:

(1) CBSE School: www.rkmcbsegwl.org

(2) MP Board School: www.rkmmpbsegwl.org

(3) Sarada Balgram: www.rkmasharadabalgram.org

(4) Roshni: www.roshni-rka.org

Kanchipuram Math has launched a website with the address: kanchipuram.rkmm.org

News of Branch Centres (in India)

Narainpur centre inaugurated a few buildings and facilities on its main campus and Akabeda campus in July and August.

Ranchi Morabadi Ashrama launched Prabuddha Gram, a quarterly magazine on agriculture and rural development, on 21 July.  With the publication of this bilingual magazine in Hindi and English, the centre has discontinued its earlier Hindi monthly Divyayan Samachar.

Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, felicitated thirteen tribal students of our Jhargram school on 9 August for their good academic record in class 10 and class 12.

Revered President Maharaj inaugurated the new building for ‘Ma Sarada Charitable Dispensary and Pathology Centre’ of Baghbazar centre through virtual mode on 15 August.

A Certificate For The Best Service Provided During The COVID-19 Pandemic: Dehradun

 

Certificate of appreciation for COVID-19 services Rendered by Thanjavur Math

In a programme to mark Indian Independence Day (15 August), Sri Pushkar Singh Dhami, Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, presented a certificate to Vivekananda Netralaya of Dehradun centre in recognition of the medical services provided during the Covid-19 pandemic.  In similar programmes held on that day, local government authorities honoured Delhi, Shivanahalli and Thanjavur Ashramas for their relief activities during the pandemic.

Sri Pema Khandu, Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, inaugurated the new MRI scan facility at Itanagar hospital on 22 August, the sacred birthday of Swami Niranjananandaji Maharaj.  On the same day, he laid the foundation stone for the proposed 200-bed hospital building on our centre’s campus.

A class-12 student of Rahara school stood first in the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination 2021 at the state level.  Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, personally congratulated the boy over the phone.

A class-10 student of Purulia Vidyapith who took part in Horizon 2100, an international online competition on scientific works conducted by the Center for Modeling the Future, Moscow, Russia, was awarded a diploma for designing a tiny rocket.

Results of our Secondary and Higher Secondary students

Most education boards could not hold the Secondary (Class 10) and Higher Secondary (Class 12) examinations this year owing to the Covid-19 pandemic situation. The results were declared instead on the basis of students’ performance in the previous class and internal assessment.

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)

School Exam Students appeared 1st

Div.

2nd

Div.

3rd

Div.

Compart

-mental

Star

Marks

Aalo Class 10 120 77 43 34
Class 12 112 111 1 67
Deoghar Class 10 77 77 77
Class 12 65 65 65
Gwalior Class 10 142 101 41 49
Class 12 183 178 3 2 139
Hatamuniguda Class 10 104 95 9 32
Class 12 70 70 58
Katihar Class 10 115 73 39 3 42
Narottam Nagar Class 10 34 34 27
Class 12 28 28 28
Viveknagar, Agartala Class 10 67 66 1 62
Class 12 75 75 68

 

Tamil Nadu Boards of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education / Directorate of Matriculation Schools

 

Exam Students

appeared

1st Div. 2nd Div. 3rd Div. Star Marks
Chengalpattu
Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Class 10 83 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 150 149 1 90
Boys’ Higher Secondary School
Class 10 156 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 173 170 3 50
Girls’ Higher Secondary School
Class 10 147 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 175 171 2 2 84
Chennai Math Girls’ School
Class 10 106 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 126 115 10 1 60
Chennai Mission Ashrama
Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Class 10 135 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 123 123 76
Higher Secondary School (South)
Class 10 67 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 86 81 5 18
Higher Secondary School (Main)
Class 10 144 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 152 143 9 68

 

Exam Students

appeared

1st Div. 2nd Div. 3rd Div. Star Marks
Chennai Sarada Vidyalaya
Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Madley Street
Class 10 20 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 21 21 12
Model Higher Secondary School, Burkit Road
Class 10 149 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 208 85 104 19 85
Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Usman Road
Class 10 193 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 309 297 11 1 159
Chennai Students’ Home Residential High School
Class 10 40 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Coimbatore Mission
Shivananda Higher Secondary School
Class 10 189 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 325 325 304
Vidyalaya High School
Class 10 45 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Malliankaranai High School
Class 10 46 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Nattarampalli Matriculation High School
Class 10 41 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Villupuram
Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Class 10 260 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.
Class 12 250 250 227
Matriculation School, Salamedu
Class 10 63 All students were promoted; marks not awarded.

 

Other Boards

Exam Students

appeared

1st Div. 2nd Div. 3rd Div. Compartmental /

Supplementary

Failed Star Marks
Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10 7 4 3
Class 12 30 15 12 3 6
Headquarters:Veda Vidyalaya (National Institute of Open Schooling)
Class 12 13 13 12
Jamshedpur (Jharkhand Academic Council)
Class 10 503 435 66 2 142
Kadapa (Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10 13 13 4
Kalady (Kerala Boards)
Class 10 148 143 5 121
Class 12 181 160 13 8 150
A class-12 student of Kalady school secured 1200 marks out of 1200.
Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10 141 141 105

 

Exam Students

appeared

1st Div. 2nd Div. 3rd Div. Compartmental /

Supplementary

Failed Star Marks
Kozhikode (Kerala Boards)
Class 10 444 425 17 2 359
Class 12 191 176 4 11 115
Mysuru Vidyashala (Karnataka Board)
Class 10 101 101 89
Sohra/Cherrapunjee School (Meghalaya Board of School Education)
Class 10 92 59 31 2 20
Class 12 126 83 38 5 14
Fourteen other schools (at Bholaganj, Kalibari, Ladmawphlang, Laitdiengsai, Laitryngew, Lummawshken, Mawmluh, Mylliem, Nartiang, Nongwar, Shella, Sohbar, Swer & Zakabari) under Sohra centre (Meghalaya Board of School Education)
Class 10 230 55 118 24 33 11
Thrissur (Kerala Boards)
Class 10 206 198 7 1 155
Class 12 212 155 32 25 83
Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10

(English Medium)

55 55 55
Class 10

(Telugu Medium)

32 32 27
Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10 45 45 45

 

(In all these figures, Star Marks means 75% or more marks, 1st Div. 60% or more marks, 2nd Div. 45% or more but less than 60% marks, and 3rd Div. less than 45% marks).

Values Education and Youth Programmes

Delhi centre conducted 25 online workshops on values education from 25 July to 26 August.  In all, 2435 teachers and parents participated in these programmes.

Hyderabad Math held a month-long online programme for children from 5 July to 5 August in which 350 children took part.  The programme included Vedic chanting, bhajans, yogasanas, classes on moral values, etc.

Naora Math conducted a training programme on 4 August in which 200 teachers took part.

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