Teachers urged to sign up for exam evaluation

Sakal Times
Thursday, 21 December 2017

Pune: In order to ensure quality and error-free evaluation of answer booklets of students appearing for AISSE (All India Secondary School Examination) and AISSCE (All India Senior School Certificate Examination), to be held in March 2018, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has invited applications from experienced teachers from affiliated schools across the country.

The circular sent out by the Board also states that it has been observed that some schools haven't been cooperating in nominating/deputing their regular teachers.

Pune: In order to ensure quality and error-free evaluation of answer booklets of students appearing for AISSE (All India Secondary School Examination) and AISSCE (All India Senior School Certificate Examination), to be held in March 2018, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has invited applications from experienced teachers from affiliated schools across the country.

The circular sent out by the Board also states that it has been observed that some schools haven't been cooperating in nominating/deputing their regular teachers.

According to Rule 13, sub-clause 4 of Affiliation By-Laws of the Board, the building and furniture of the affiliated institutes will be placed at the disposal of the Board for conducting any examination and spot evaluation, free of charge. The rules also state that the management and the principal will cooperate with the Board and if asked, will provide at least one examiner in each subject offered by the school and more than one, if more than 200 students have been sent from that school. 

In this regard, stating that as the presence of experienced regular teachers for evaluation is necessary for the students, the schools should ensure that all their teachers conducting classes from Std IX to XII should register themselves on the examination portal. The schools have also been instructed to relieve the teachers who are identified by CBSE for evaluation.

The Board circular further states that the schools should ensure that teachers identified as evaluators of answer scripts are given no other work during evaluation days and should undergo required training for pre-evaluation, as mandated by CBSE. 

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