Scenes from a north Indian festival day.
Last week, social media was flooded with videos from students thanking the PM for cancelling the board exams amid speculation that it was not a voluntary exercise.
Students claim that there is no medical team in place to monitor patients at the visitor hostel where those who have tested positive are quarantining.
In an English preparatory class meant for SC, ST and OBC students, Dr Seema Singh can purportedly be seen calling students 'bloody bastards' and 'dumb'.
Students have opposed the decision, saying that travelling back home is high-risk at a time when COVID-19 cases across the country have crossed the 3 lakh mark.
After being diagnosed with depression, Ronit Ranjan, an ex-NDA young professional, took to the road with the goal of making mental health an intrinsic part of school curriculum.
Students say that their four-year BTech degrees in agriculture engineering and horticulture are not considered valid when they apply for government jobs after graduation.