Secy Education reviews preparation for board examinations
SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 29: Secretary, School Education Ajeet Kumar Sahu, today conducted a meeting with all the Chief Education Officers of Kashmir Division and Director, School Education, Kashmir to review preparations regarding the conduct of annual examination for class 10th, 11th and 12th.
Sahu stressed upon completing syllabus well in time by the schools and also providing support to the children to manage their stress if any.
The meeting was also attended by Veena Pandita, Chairperson, State Board of School Education who briefed that a well thought of examination schedule has already been issued to ensure completion of examination process before the start of harsh winter. Director, School Education, Kashmir briefed the meeting that he has already issued directions to all the Principals and faculty members for hand holding to the students to remove fear and stress of exams and also to conduct extra classes wherever necessary.
Sahu asked Director, School Education to acquaint students about the pattern and style of papers by providing sample model papers and mock test. He also asked that all the Principals conduct the counselling sessions with students of class 10th, 11th and 12th to address their issues and concerns if any and remove their exam related anxiety.
Secretary also reviewed the arrangements to be made at various examination centres and asked all the Chief Education Officers to physically verify the centres, well before the commencement of examination to ensure that no inconvenience is faced by students during the exams. Similar instructions were also issued to Director, School Education, Jammu for implementation in winter zones of Jammu Division.
Ensure completion of syllabus before exams: DSEK to Heads of Institutions
Calls for organizing extra classes, counselling sessions for students
SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 29: Director School Education Kashmir, Dr G N Itoo today asked heads of all the educational institutions to ensure completion of the syllabus before the commencement of Board examinations next month.
“Wherever required extra classes should be organized to ensure completion of syllabus at the earliest,” DSEK said in a circular issued here today.
He impressed upon all heads of institutions that there should be no complaint from students about the non-completion of syllabus in any case.
“Besides, the heads of educational institutions should also organize special counselling sessions for the students to issue exam-related stress,” the Circular said.
It said during the counselling sessions subject specific teachers/lecturers and counseling experts shall guide the students how to overcome the exam stress and also address, if any doubts, about the conduct of examinations.