Maharashtra: Subject-Wise Assessment Of Students Between Class Two And Five To Be Tested From 22nd December

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Pune, 21st December 2022: Under the Nipun Bharat Yojana (Mission), the subject-wise assessment of students between the second and fifth standards in all schools of Maharashtra will be evaluated from 22nd December to 7th January. Under this, the first language, mathematics, area studies, and third language English will be evaluated.


Rajesh Patil, director of the State Council of Educational Research and Training, gave instructions about the survey in an online guidance session on Tuesday. Sub-division Head of Evaluation Department Mahadev Vandhare, Sub-division Head of Language Department Dr Rajesh Bankar, Sub-Divisional Head, Department of Mathematics, Ratnaprabha Bhalerao, Assistant Lecturer Vrishali Gaikwad, Sub-Department Head of English Department, Dr Arun Sangolkar, Tosif Parvez, Subject Assistant of Urdu Department, Tejaswini Alvekar, Sub-Department Head of Science Department for Area Studies, Assistant Lecturer of Social Science Department, Dr Guided by Jyoti Rajput, Joint Director Ramakant Kathmore, Deputy Director Vikas Gard, Dr Kamaladevi Awte, and Abhinav Bhosle were present on this occasion.


The purpose of this survey is to verify the level-wise and subject-wise understanding of the second to fifth students under Nipun Bharat Yojana and to provide remedial teaching by the teachers. It will be done by school teachers during school hours. The help of special experts can be taken as per requirement in the survey. Care should be taken to maintain a stress-free atmosphere in the classroom during the survey period. Depending on the number of classes, the number of students, and the teachers, a vacation period can be planned at the school level. The tools for the survey will be made available through the website The teachers should download the tools from this website.


Each student will be tested separately in oral or written form as required. Assessment levels and criteria have been set for the survey. Accordingly, students will be graded between zero and three based on their responses to the questions asked. Teachers should not give extra help to students to get higher grades as the understanding of the students will not be accurately understood.



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