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Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Concessions in the planning of unit tests according to the local situation

Various Home Learning Efforts are undertaken by the Department of Education of the government to make sure that education continues albeit schools are closed during the Kovid-19 epidemic.

Textbooks are delivered to the scholars, broadcast on Doordarshan's DD Girnar channel for college kids of Std. 9 to 12. Students of Std. 1 to eight also are given a booklet 'Let's learn at home' monthly.

many faculties also run virtual classrooms. aside from this, educational programs also can be watched on the Vande Gujarat channel and YouTube channel.

consistent with the Department of Education, continuous assessment is a component of the teaching-learning process. On the idea of which remedial teaching is often done by knowing the staple of the scholar.

This unit test isn't a proper examination but is a component of endless assessment. supported the results of this test, besides the teacher, educated parents also can give necessary guidance by knowing the staple of their children. additionally to the present therapeutic education, one among the objectives is to form the required changes under ‘Home Learning Programs’.
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subsequent date by the Department of Education of the government. A unit test has been organized for all the scholars of Std. 9 to 12 during 9-30 July but intensive consideration has been given by the government regarding the submissions received from various teacher unions and schools regarding the delivery of print out of the test to the scholars also as returning the written answers to the scholars. Was done and a few concessions are made within the planning of the unit test keeping in sight the local situation.
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As print outs of the unit test can't be delivered to each student, it also can be delivered through social media. Every student has textbooks. By scanning the primary QR Code given within the first lesson of Std. 6th to 8th language and arithmetic textbook, one also can see the unit test question paper.

Question papers also can be viewed on the websites of GCERT and GSHSB. Thus, other facilities are provided to deliver unit tests to scholars.

Delivery of print out of those tests, writing of answers to the questions by the scholar, submission of a notebook of the answers written by the scholar to the varsity, etc. are often completed by 10th August rather than 31st July

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