Half yearly examination from ninth to twelfth will be held from November 29 through offline mode

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Employment News-.Half yearly examinations from class IX to XII in government schools of the state will be held in offline mode from November 29. The Directorate of Public Instruction (DPI) has issued instructions in this regard. The exam timings of class IX and XI will be held from 9 am to 12 noon. At the same time, the timing of the 10th and 12th examinations has been kept from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm. The question papers of the half yearly examination will be made available class wise, subject wise and date wise to the institution principals in sealed envelopes.

DPI has provided question papers to the DEOs of all the districts in the discussion login. Where the ninth examination will start on November 29 with the mathematics paper, which will continue till December 8. The first paper of class X will be of English. The first paper of class XI will be of Sanskrit, Urdu and Marathi. Whereas the first paper of class XII will be the examination of Biotechnology, Vocational courses.

District Education Officer Nitin Saxena said that preparations have been started in schools for this. The principal of high school and higher secondary school can call 100 percent students if they want. He said that a clear guideline has already been issued regarding 100% attendance. The Principal of High School and Higher Secondary Schools can call 100 percent students according to the infrastructure and circumstances of the school.

How will the exam be completed 25 percent course

School teachers say that from August 5, schools were run with 50 percent attendance. Now 100 percent students are being called in schools. So far, 25% of the syllabus has been completed in the schools. In such a situation, how will the students be able to give the half yearly examination. The course should be completed up to 50% in half yearly examination. In such a situation, the question paper should also ask questions from 25 percent of the course.

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