Mas Promotion News
After the government announced to give mass promotions in Std. 1 to 8 and Std. 11 this year also due to Corona, after a formal resolution of the government, GCERT has announced the rules for preparing results for schools. Under which result in subject will be prepared according to 100 marks in Std. 6 to 8 on the basis of constructive and self evaluation.
GCERT has instructed all DEO-DPOs to prepare result sheets keeping in view the home learning and online education work done in the mass promotion of Std. 1 to 8 this year. Under the rules of mass promotion, in the result sheet (D-D-2) of students in Std. 1 and 8, class promotion will be written against the student’s name while no other details will be shown.
The details will be shown in the Structural Assessment Form in Std. 6th to 8th. So that each student will be assessed 50 plus 50M50 marks and each student’s participation in home learning during the year i.e. self-assessment of 50 marks will be based on how much the student is involved in online learning. The student will be multiplied by 100 marks.
Instruction has been given not to fill Form B in Std. 6 to 8 and in Form C 60 marks of constructive assessment in the first session and 50 marks of constructive assessment in the second session and 40 marks of student participation should be shown in the self assessment box.
While in Std. 8 in Hindi and English subject only in the second semester 50 marks of constructive assessment and 40 marks of student participation were found and multiplication has to be done out of 50 marks per subject. Grade will be shown in the progress sheet of Std. 6 to 8 and both marks and grade will be shown in the progress sheet of Std. Std. Students of 9th and 8th standard will also have to be given class promotion regardless of their result.
According to the structure of total marks announced by GCERT for Std.
While in the comprehensive developmental collection progress report of the students for this year, the subject teacher in that standard will have to show only academic matters and not attendance and physical development etc.