Tribune News Service
Chandigarh/Amritsar, May 17
Amidst the mini lockdown imposed by the Punjab authorities, the Punjab School Education Board, Mohali at the moment introduced the outcomes of Class VIII and X. The outcomes have been ready primarily based on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) as a result of the examinations for each the courses had been cancelled owing to the second wave of Covid 19.
Government faculties have excelled within the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) outcomes for the third 12 months in succession as in comparison with personal faculties for Classes VIII and X.
An official press notice stated: “The cross proportion of presidency faculties for Class X remained 99.96 per cent in opposition to the 99.93 cross proportion of the PSEB. The result of as many as 3,576 authorities faculties was cent per cent. Similarly, in Class VIII, the cross proportion of presidency faculties was 99.91 in opposition to the general 99.88 cross proportion of the PSEB. The result of 6,215 authorities faculties remained cent per cent.”
Secretary (School Education) Krishan Kumar stated college heads, lecturers, college students and oldsters had made concerted contributions in direction of ‘Mission Cent Percent’ regardless of dealing with many odds because of the Covid pandemic.
He stated the Education Department had launched ‘Ghar Baithe Sikhya’ programme to cater to the academic wants of scholars throughout the pandemic and college lecturers toiled onerous and tailored to the most recent digital functions to arrange classes for TV/radio channels and even arrange their very own digital lecture rooms through Youtube, Google and Zoom apps to achieve out to college students.
Amritsar District Education Officer (Sec) Satinder Bir Singh stated 3, 21,384 college students from district had appeared for the Class X examination within the state out of which 3,21, 163 college students have handed.
Similarly, 3,07, 272 college students from district had been evaluated for Class VIII examination, out of which 3, 06, 893 college students had handed.
He added that in Class X, the cross proportion of women was 2% increased than boys, the efficiency of rural college students was higher than that of scholars of city faculties.
Similarly, in Class VIII, the cross proportion of women had elevated by .4% whereas the cross proportion of scholars from rural and concrete areas had been nearly equal.
“It’s an achievement for us since final 12 months, many of the syllabus was coated via on-line courses,” stated Satinder Bir Singh.
When the state authorities had ordered closure of faculties and schools in March as a consequence of second Covid 19 wave, the federal government faculties had been in the course of conducting offline exams.