- Bihar training division has determined to advertise college students of lessons 1 to eight with out examination as college students suffered educational loss resulting from Covid-19 outbreak in authorities faculties.
UPDATED ON FEB 19, 2021 08:22 PM IST
Bihar training division has determined to advertise college students of lessons 1 to eight with out examination as college students suffered educational loss resulting from Covid-19 outbreak in authorities faculties.
As per the division, there are round 1.66 crore college students enrolled in school 1 to eight in all authorities faculties throughout the state.
Principal secretary Sanjay Kumar, stated, “We have decided to conduct catch-up classes for three months to compensate the academic loss. Students will be taught fundamental topics of the current syllabus so that they don’t face any difficulty while studying in the next grade.”
He stated, “We had a discussion with Pratham Education Foundation last week for holding catch-up classes and rolling out the new educational policy in the state. The bridge course will benefit especially those students who could not attend online classes due to lack of television, smartphone and internet facility. The catch-up classes are likely to begin in mid-March.”
In the meantime, the division is gearing as much as conduct annual exams for greater than 13.17 lakh college students enrolled in school 9 from February 26 to March 3.
“We have asked all the district education officers to procure OMR sheets latest by February 24 for conducting exam. Students will take practical exams from March 4 onwards”, stated an official of the Bihar College Examination Board.
Final 12 months in April, the training division had promoted college students of lessons 1 to 9 and 11 to their subsequent grade with out conducting ultimate examination owing to Covid-19 triggered college closure.
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