Learning Outcome Assessment Test for Public School Students | Bareilly News


BAREILLY: Students Classes V to VIII who study in public schools, including Kasturba schools, will come for a test called “Assessment of learning outcomes” of five subjects to check their knowledge. Even the school will be graded based on student performance. The assessment of learning outcomes will be carried out twice a year. Almost 1 lakh of students from Bareilly will take the test.
Shashi Devi Sharma, director of the District Institute for Education and Training (DIET), told TOI: “Although the test was scheduled to take place on October 4, it has now been postponed to November 1. Schools will receive a score based on performance. students. It will be compulsory for pupils of primary schools, upper primary schools and Kasturba Girls schools of class V to VIII to take the test. After November, the second test will take place in February to check whether weak schools have improved or not. ”
Officials said schools would be placed in A +, A, B, C, D and E. If the average weight of all students in a school is 80-100%, the school will score A +, while that a school with a score below 35% will obtain E.
Assistant Block Resource Coordinator Anil Chaubey said, “Once the results are released, the Assistant Block Resource Coordinators will prepare a special work plan for students and teachers in schools with low grades. Our aim will be to help students improve their performance and to suggest innovative methods to teachers to get students’ attention.
According to officials, the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT) will prepare the questionnaire for the test. The questionnaires will be provided to the schools concerned one day before the exams. The two-hour test will consist of 50 questions.


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