Published On : Thu, Jun 6th, 2013
Education / Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

SSC result 2013, helpline numbers for benefits of students

Shiv Sena, Nationalist Students Congress play a helpline card to win support of Class X students. The parties have opened helpline numbers for benefits of students or parents who find it difficult to know the Class X results to be declared tomorrow, of course, with a hidden agenda.

SMS by typing @shivsena seatno to 9243342000 

NCP call : 07126627655, 07126603033, 09096261655, 09850337293, and 09970972037

Nagpur News: The leaders of major political parties in Nagpur, sensing the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly elections could be held any time before the scheduled next year, have resorted to a unique way to get support of citizens as well as students for their respective parties.

The political parties have opened helpline numbers keeping in mind the Class X results of State Boards to be declared tomorrow (June 7) for the benefits of students and parents as well. The Shiv Sena and Nationalist Students Congress Party have the first step ahead in this regard.

The Shiv Sena has arranged SMS service to those students or parents who could face problems on results front. The students or parents could know the result by sending an SMS by typing @shivsena seatno to 9243342000 and students or parents could come to the results within 10 seconds. On the other hand, Nationalist Students Congress Party (NSC) has made available landline as well as mobile numbers for the benefit of students or parents to know the results. The numbers are as follows: 07126627655, 07126603033, 09096261655, 09850337293, and 09970972037.

The Shiv Sena leader Satish Panpatte, who works in an IT Department, and NSC leader Shailendra Tiwari felt that several students or parents find it difficult to know the exam results. The students who reside in far-flung areas even don’t have Internet facility. Sensing the difficulties the students face their parties have provided helpline numbers for the benefits of such students, the leaders said.