04-21-2015, 03:20 PM
Setauket NY: Nagaland State of the Council of education research and training (SCERT) has issued guidelines to non-detained Policy (NDP) on the education of law immediately.
One of the main highlights of the revised guidelines meant for students indicated as "Approved" or "Needs improvement" (worn or arrested), which in other words means that the student be detained in class, if the school feels that he is not qualified to promote, Director SCERT Nagaland Vipralhou Kesiezie said the official announcement today .
He also mentioned that the NDP revised guidelines will come into force immediately.
Monitoring possibility of skewed representations of students and educational, academic authority and the State, and Nagaland (SCERT), the RTE Act of 2009 basic training in reduction in quality has been examined by Wi-imprisoned policy and made changes, he said.
He said that the continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) will be to focus attention on three areas, including cognitive, affective and psychomotor areas of the all-round development of the child.
It is three times the evaluation or research on working hours within the 40 per cent and 60 per cent per annum external accordingly.
The minimum number of marks is entitled to 40 per cent, respectively, both internal and external.
Remedial teaching and improvement of research starting at the first valuation or research students who are not able to ensure the minimum qualifying marks.