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Talent fest in High and Higher Secondary Schools for the first time

Friday - October 6, 2017 1:19 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Over 8,500 High and Higher Secondary Schools in state 

Bhopal: Talent fest is being organised in Government High and Higher Secondary Schools for the first time by the School Education Department. The talent fest will be celebrated between October 6 to 16. During this period, the inspection officers appointed by the Collector will inspect the schools allotted to them.  The School Education Department has undertaken this work to bring about qualitative improvement in the educational and other activities in schools.  Till now the talent fest has been conducted in only government primary and middle schools. A healthy competition is envisaged in the schools for expected qualitative improvement in High and HigherSecondary Schools through talent fest. There are more than 8,500 High and Higher Secondary Schools in the state.

Information of the evaluation is being registered on the portal by the educational institutions on monitoring system implemented last month.  Portal mpsdc.gov.in/rmsa has been prepared on Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan. It is mandatory for the schools to provide information by the 5th of every month for grading of academic activities. Institutions that fail to fill information will be given D grade. Grading of the institution will be done on points including resources available in the schools and learning their use, teaching and their evaluation, teachers’ quality presentation and enhancement, community participation, allotment to schools and use of school fund etc. Maximum marks for student’ progress, achievement and development will be 45. Government schools that acquire 81 or more marks will be given ‘A’ grade, ‘B’ grade to schools with 66-80 marks, ‘C’ grade to 51-65 marks and ‘D’ grade to schools acquiring less than 50 marks. The work of the districts will be evaluated on the basis of the grading of the schools. Districts will be given benefit of 30 percent on the basis of number of schools with A and B grade.

School Education Department has hoped that the institutions have conducted self-evaluation and are moving towards reformative action. District education officers will begin inspection of these schools through retired officials from October 6.  The self-evaluation will also be inspected by them. The inspection officers have been directed to be present at the Bal-Sabha and take their feedback. They have been told to hold a discussion on promoting participation of the society in the school’s management in a meeting with school management committee and students.   The department is of the opinion that a favourable atmosphere of qualitative improvement is expected to be created with the participation of society.-Windowtonews
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