A second government official declared that though the no-detention policy was delivered to reduce stress among students, inside last 5yrs it has not achieved the result. “Many states have suggested it needs a relook. The ministry has taken this to CABE for a consensus view following which a policy is usually devised,” an extra official said.
The HRD ministry may also present the finding of any subcommittee report about the no-detention policy that has been prepared many years back by way of a group of state education ministers led right at that moment Haryana education minister Geeta Bhukkal, according for the agenda note in the ministry for that meeting.
The government policy will affect over 190 million pursuing education in primary and upper primary level.
The first government official stated that the no-detention policy, the continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE) and making the Rajasthan 12th Result 2016 board exams optional must be seen in tandem because they are “interconnected”.
The RTE Act was passed during the past year and it got into force from 1 April 2010. It made education compulsory for individuals between the ages of six and 14.
CCE was brought to offset any shortcomings within the no-detention policy. “Continuous evaluation was shown to improve quality but a majority of schools are yet to understood its merit yet. Like university tutorial system, this was shown to be a remedial education method and result in better learning outcome but which includes not happened,” said the 1st official.
Lalatendu Mahal, a faculty teacher in Hyderabad, asserted since RTE arrived to force, students have stopped taking schooling seriously. “They know nobody will fail them and there is no Class X board exam too. Result: poor learning by students and wide range of pressure in it from Class XI onwards,” he was quoted saying click here, adding that ending the no-detention policy and bringing back compulsory Class X board exam will likely be positive moves.
Several numerous studies have showed that learning outcome in schools have already been poor over years.
According towards the Programme for International Student Assessment, coordinated through the Paris-based Organisation go here for Economic Co-operation and Development, India was ranked in the bottom among 74 countries in 2010-11. Similarly, the 2014 Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) by education non-profit Pratham said every second Class V student in rural India can’t browse the text of an class three levels below. In 2005, when the 1st ASER report was published, three outside of five children in Class V could actually read a Class II text.