Government assessing the status of education in schools

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Employment News-The Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education, Government of India, will test 207 school children in the district together. The status of their education will be revealed in the 90-minute test of the children. It will come before the government that what is the level of education of council, CBSE and secondary schools and how much equality is there among the children.

Under the National Achievement Survey, the Government of India has selected 207 schools in the district. Of these, 53 are council schools. Rest are of CBSE board and secondary schools. On November 12, the government will conduct the examination of the children of class three, five, eight and ten. Only a maximum of 30 children of a school in a class will be able to appear in this examination. The timing of the examination will be from 10.30 to 12.30 in the morning of class three and five. Class 8th and 10th class will be from 10.30 to 12.30. Children have to mark one of the four answers.

Through this examination, the Government of India will come to know that what is the status of the children of CBSE board relative to the council schools. What is the difference between secondary schools and CBSE class X children. Rekha Suman, the principal of DIET, has been given the responsibility of conducting the examination in the district. The director of SD, Chanchal Saxena, has been made the nodal officer of the district. Several thousand children will take part in the examination simultaneously. There will be observers at all 207 examination centres. One teacher has been made field investigator in every school.

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