Uttarakhand Board students will be given numbers on this basis
The Education Department has decided the evaluation basis for the results of the 10th and 12th examinations. This proposal will be placed in the meeting of the department soon
Corona has changed everything. The biggest impact of this has been on the country's economy and the education of children. Ever since the corona has come, children's schools have not opened. Online education is going on but parents feel it is not that effective. For network, students are traveling from mountain to mountain, so that somehow they can continue their studies. This year 10th and 12th examinations were also canceled due to Corona, but the session has to be kept regular therefore, the government has decided the basis of giving marks to the students of these classes. The Education Department has prepared the evaluation basis for the results of the 10th and 12th examinations. This proposal will soon be placed in the meeting of the Education Department. The Education Department had given the responsibility of deciding the formula for evaluation to the committee. It was decided in the meeting of the committee that the students of class 10th and 12th would be given marks based on the marks of the previous examinations.
Let us now tell you about the formula. According to this, students of class 10th will be given marks based on the performance of class 9. The same formula will be adopted for 12th class students as well. 12th students will get marks based on 11th performance. Along with this, the committee has also sought the marks of monthly tests conducted in February and March from all the schools. The marks obtained in practical will also be taken into account while giving marks. For this, old records related to practical have been sought from schools. Based on this, practical marks will be given to the students. According to Director General of School Education Vinay Shankar Pandey, the basis of evaluation has been decided in the meeting of the committee. The marks of monthly tests and practical performance have been sought from all the schools held in February and March. These will also be made the basis of the result. Evaluation will be done based on 9th and 11th marks.