In the baseline assessment, teachers told 71.34 percent of the children better, the officers denied
Employment News-In the baseline assessment conducted by the Chhattisgarh Council of Educational Research and Training during the Corona period, the level of 71.34 percent children is said to be better. During the Corona period, where schools were closed and children were studying only through online studies, questions have arisen regarding the baseline assessment done by the teachers. The question has not been raised by anyone but the officers of the School Education Department.
In the baseline assessment, only 28.66 percent of the teachers have told that the children are not fit for the class they are studying. Let us inform that out of 28 lakh 67 thousand 274 children in primary and middle schools in the state, only 20 lakh 23 thousand 271 children have been assessed.
This is what the estimation figures say
Assessment done in 43 thousand 748 schools from 28 districts
1,31,160 total teachers for this assessment
28,67,274 children studying in primary-middle school
20,23,271 children have been assessed
5, 79, 906 kids don't fit in the classroom
Evaluation will be done again by September 29
In this case, the Director of School Education Department has written a letter to all the District Education Officers (DEOs) asking them to re-evaluate by September 29. There is a lot of anger among the teachers about this.
Complaint has been made to the Education Minister
Chhattisgarh Pradesh Third Class Employees Union has demanded immediate withdrawal of this short-sighted decision. For this a complaint has been lodged with the School Education Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam.
Once the data is verified
Schools were closed during the Corona period, so it is a good thing if the standard of 71.34 percent of the children got better. We want these figures to be verified once again, so have been asked to re-evaluate. - Dr. Alok Shukla, Principal Secretary, School Education