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U’khand govt introduces monthly assessment test in schools

Statesman News Service | Dehradun |

The Uttarakhand government has decided to introduce a monthly assessment test in its schools. The provision has been made in the move to improve the quality of education in the hill state.

The state government had issued a government order asking the government and government-aided schools to host a parent teacher meeting every month.

Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar passed an order in this regard in Dehradun on Monday. The new Government Order asks the government and government-aided school to host monthly assessment test for students of class 1 to 12, uploaded the result on education department website and also to display in school.

The schools are instructed to finalize result of monthly assessment test by 7 of every month and sent it to the education directorate by 10th of every month.

The Trivendra Rawat government in Uttarakhand is giving high priority to bring qualitative change in education system in Uttarakhand.

On last Saturday of every month, the schools will host the Parents Teachers Meeting in which the academic environment and result of the monthly assessment test will be discussed.

The Uttarakhand government has also asked for hosting a ‘doubt clearance day’ every Saturday. On ‘doubt clearance day’ students can clear their doubts on the lessons learnt that week.