It has been recognized that the CBSE will conduct meetings with the HRD Ministry, ICSE, and the states boards at the upcoming education minister’s conference about the re-introduction of examination.
In proposal to begin the growing challenges in the government schools, the CBSE has determined to bring huge systematic change in its procedure.
“We will not be able to do it in 2017 as time is short but we will certainly like to go ahead with it from 2018 as it has become important in the context of improving quality. In any case, the state boards are continuing with the board exams,” said Rajesh Chaturvedi, CBSE Chairman.
It has also been approved that the CBSE would conduct meetings with the HRD Ministry, ICSE, and the states boards at the upcoming education minister’s conference regarding the re-introduction of examination. While stressing on this matter, Chaturvedi remarked that students must not only be honed with objective types of question but should also be subjected to expressive types answer as well.
- whereas in Patna on Wednesday, Chaturvedi said that the class 10 board examination will be rediscovered in the following year according to growing concerns
- A uniform mechanism would be implemented in teacher’s recruitment to check arbitrariness. “At present, appointments are made as per suitability and convenience. We are working on it, but the need for a uniform mechanism is felt now,” said Chaturvedi
- A training programme will be initiated for the secondary and higher secondary teachers
- Experts like Anand Kumar, the organizer of Super 30, will be hired for the project
- CBSE has decided to eliminate poorly performing (substandard) schools.
“We will rope in experts like Anand Kumar of Super 30 for the purpose,” said Chaturvedi, as reported in