03-13-2015, 07:01 PM
The government plans to introduce competition tests for primary schools help the next academic year, which school principals responded with an air of rejection. They say it is better to use the existing mechanism in the event that these students instead RTE examination unnecessary.
The state government is considering the introduction of evidence of competence for external agencies accredited by students of class I to VIII. Here, students will be tested on their reading and writing skills through question papers provided by the Government. Department of Education and the school chalk, a plan to improve the levels of learning, based on the results. "CCE in spirit is a very good system, but parents, students and teachers have misunderstood it. We can use CCE to check the levels of learning instead of bringing a third party may not be able to carry out the exact ground realities. Obtaining external agencies also will add costs to the department, "said Prashant Redij, one of the principles say although it is important to assess competence can be achieved through the existing system of continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE), as the Times of India said.
Directors said it was the teachers who could better estimate the potential of their students. The issue has once again raised concerns about the policy of non-suspended between directors. "Students do not want to stop but do not currently take exams seriously. The state is asking schools to conduct examinations and give students a limited number of attempts to improve. This will ensure that you maintain good levels of learning," said Redij .