NCERT to assess learning ability of school students across t…



Digital Desk, New Delhi. The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will assess the learning ability of school students after Corona and Corona. It will cover lakhs of students from more than 700 districts. During this, the condition of the students and how the curriculum needs to be changed after Corona can be ascertained. The assessment is to be carried out especially in different subject areas like Language, Mathematics, EVS, Science and Social.

A survey on the socioeconomic status of schools will be launched to understand the learning potential of students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has informed that the assessment of learning proficiency of school students can be conducted in November this year. NCERT i.e. National Council of Educational Research and Training conducts National Sample Survey to assess the learning achievement of children of class 3, 5, 8 and 10. Earlier it was conducted in the year 2017. This year this National Sample Survey will be conducted in the month of November. According to the education ministry, the National Achievement Survey (NAS) assessment was conducted on 13 November 2017. This includes children of class 3, 5 and 8 from 701 districts. 22 lakh students from all 36 states and union territories and 1.10 lakh schools were covered. Under NAS 2017, children of classes 3, 5 and 8 were assessed in various subject areas such as Language, Mathematics, EVS, Science and Social.

Similarly, on February 5, 2018, the survey for class X was conducted across the country. The learning levels of 1.5 million students in government-aided and private schools were assessed in 610 districts across 34 states and union territories. It was assessed in 5 subjects including English, Mathematics. On the other hand, NCERT is also providing mental help to the students in the schools which are reopening after Corona. NCERT experts and officials will connect live with the students to help them deal with their mental social concerns. NCERT experts will interact with students of classes 6 to 11 across the country through various online channels. Now that various states in the country have started opening schools. In such a situation, NCERT says that we want to help the students in dealing with Kovid 19. Stay safe students and watch and interact live with experts for free. Students of class 6 and 11 can connect with the official YouTube channel of NCERT and PM E Vidya DTH TV channel. Students can get the solution of their mental social concerns here.

Giving official information, NCERT said that live discussions can be held with experts every Friday. Students can interact with experts on toll free numbers 8800440559, 8448440632.

(IANS)



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