In comparison to last year, more students turned up for the SSLC examination this year, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Suresh Kumar said on Monday.
The bright student who won many accolades including prizes in quiz and sports competitions secured 96 per cent marks in the class IX exams and wants to become a doctor to save the lives of people
At least 372 digital libraries were started in a year and it’s an unprecedented move in the entire country.
Congress MLA Suresh Kumar Routray has urged Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to initiate steps to recognise Utkal University as a central university.
The minister said that with this situation, this time, 8,26,000 students are attending the exam.
This public declaration comes as an embarrassment to Sudhakar, who is already sulking over being purportedly sidelined in key decisions.
Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said the exams will be conducted in a unique way this year where all the questions of all the papers will be multiple choice.
“We have to instill confidence among children and not create panic. This is one such effort to make them more confident,” he said.
To ensure quality education to children in the wake of the pandemic, the Education Department has constituted an expert committee to reform the education system.
Private schools have been furious as admissions have dipped for two years in a row, and so has their revenue with several parents yet to pay last year’s fee.
The exam, which will take place in the third week of July, will have one multi-choice question paper for mathematics, science and social science and one more question paper for languages.
Educationist Niranjanaradhya VP said that schools should open in a staggered manner, and classes on alternate days would be a more structured approach.
Expert says holding the exercise will also cause difficulty in evaluation process, which will need to be decentralised
Parents, students say if CBSE, ICSE can cancel exams, then why is state waiting to gauge Covid situation before deciding
Suresh Kumar said it is imperative to hold Class 12 examinations, through any mode, to prepare students for professional courses.