Delhi Govt schools intensify preparations for board examinations from April 26
The Directorate of Education (DoE) has intensified the preparations to empower Delhi students for the upcoming board exams. As CBSE has now announced that it will conduct the board examination from April 26, 2022 onwards, schools have started preparing students for the examinations, it said.
A meeting regarding the same was conducted by the Director Education on Saturday.
The DoE has directed the Heads of Schools (HoSs) to ensure that students of senior secondary sections, class 10 and 12 attend the classes regularly. For next two months, teachers should strive for 100 students attendance and make optimum utilisation of time in completing the syllabus and preparing students for examination through revision activities and practicals, it said.
In the meeting, Director of Education Himanshu Gupta, Education Advisor Shailendra Sharma and Additional Director (School) Rita Sharma discussed the necessary preparations for the upcoming examinations as well as the opening of schools for classes from nursery to VIII from Monday to all the school heads.
Focus points for preparations of board exams
Along with chapters, attention will be given to practical work; After online classes for a long time, it has become very important to focus better on the practical classes of the children so that they can get hands-on learning experience.
Individual attention will be given to each child for clearing their doubts.
Daily review meetings will be conducted by HoS, to understand the requirements of the students.
School heads will also be able to call additional resource persons using SMC funds as per the learning needs of the children.
Remedial classes will be conducted to enhance the confidence of students and recoup the loss in studies due to closure of schools.
Students can also download sample papers and learning materials by visiting the Academic and Examination section on the website of the Education Department, edudel.nic.in
Efforts will be made to bring back the children who have been away from school due to displacement or other reasons.
The Director of Education will conduct a review meeting with district-wise education officers and school heads from Monday onwards so that children can be better prepared for the examinations.