Punjab Board PSEB 10th compartment exam date sheet 2019 released at pseb.ac.in: Steps to download

first_imgThe Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has released the date sheet for compartment examination for class 10 board exams on the official website of the board, pseb.ac.in. Students can check their date sheet directly through the official website of the Punjab board.Who will appear in compartment exams?PSEB will conduct the compartment exams for the students who could not clear the regular exams.PSEB Class 10 compartment exams 2019 schedule:The compartment exams will begin from July 24 (Wednesday).The exams will conclude on August 13, 2019.The compartment exams will be conducted from 11 am to 2:15 pm.PSBEB class 10 compartment date sheet 2019: Steps to downloadStep 1: Open the official website, pseb.ac.inStep 2: Click on ‘reappear, compartment exams 2019’ link under ‘latest news’Step 3: A new page will openStep 4: A PDF will open, downloadAbout the PSEB Class 10 results 2019While the highlights and the merit list of the Punjab class 10th board exam were released at a press conference, students need to wait till evening to be able to check their scorecards at the official Punjab board website — pseb.ac.inWhile Neha was the topper in the academics category, Nandini Mahajan scored a full 100% marks in the sports category in the PSEB 10th result 2019.About PSEB:The Punjab School Education Board came into existence through a legislative enactment in November 1969 for the development and promotion of school education in the state of Punjab. In 1987, the Vidhan Sabha amended the Board’s Act to grant it autonomy. The scope of the Board’s functions is very wide and covers almost every aspect/stage of school education.advertisementRead: BPSC 65th Civil Service Exam 2019: Registration begins today, check details hereAlso read: NTA ICAR AIEEA answer key 2019 released at ntaicar.nic.in: Here’s how to downloadlast_img read more

ATM card fraud 2 Romanians convicted another accused on the run

first_imgKolkata: Two Romanian nationals have been awarded six months of simple imprisonment and a fine worth Rs 40,000. Another accused is still on the run and a look-out notice has been issued.According to the police, on April 10, Chief Manager of Punjab National Bank, Brabourne Road branch, lodged a complaint at Hare Street police station that a skimming device was fixed at their branch’s ATM kiosk to copy the card details of those who visited the facility. Officials of the Kolkata Police’s Bank Fraud section went to the ATM counter and found a skimming device fixed on the card slot. Also, a pinhole camera was found fixed above the keypad to capture the secret PIN of the customers. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaBoth the devices were seized and the CCTV footage of the ATM counter was scrutinised. A person was found attaching the skimming device to the card slot. From the CCTV footage of the Kolkata Traffic Police, investigators saw two foreign nationals roaming outside the ATM counter. Police personnel in plainclothes were deputed to keep strict vigil in and around the ATM counter as it was known that the culprits would be back to retrieve the skimming device and the camera. The same evening, one of the two foreigners was spotted and was arrested. During the interrogation, he said he was called Laurentiu Caius from Romania and confessed that he along with his accomplice, Adrian Lupu (also from Romania), came there and fixed the skimming device and camera to clone ATM card details. It was later found that there were more people connected with this racket and raids were conducted in New Delhi as well. Two more Romanians, identified as Robert George and Marianu Alin, were apprehended. Several skimming devices, camera modules, laptop and blank plastic cards were seized from them. Later, a look-out notice was issued in the name of Lupu but till date he is untraceable. Charge-sheet was filed at the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court in Bankshall Court against all the accused persons. On Friday, charges were framed against the three accused.last_img read more