Assam: Over 100 govt schools get show-cause notice for poor Class 10 results | India News


Assam: More than 100 state-run schools have been served with a present trigger notice by the Assam Secondary Education Department over the poor efficiency of scholars at school 10 board examinations, ANI reported. The transfer comes days after the training division declared High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) or Class 10 examination. The total cross proportion of this 12 months`s HSLC examination was 56.49 per cent, which is way decrease than the 2021 cross proportion of 93.10 per cent when the HSLC examination was not held as a result of  Covid-19 pandemic.

Notably, not less than 25 authorities schools within the state have given 0 per cent results on this 12 months’s board examination, which is a reason behind nice concern.

Mamata Hojai, Director of Secondary Education stated {that a} complete of 102 state-run schools` cross proportion results had been 10 per cent and beneath 10 per cent.

“Out of 102 schools, 25 schools have proven 0 per cent results. We have served show-cause notices to the principal/headmaster of 102 schools. We have requested them to ship a written reply inside seven days from the date of receipt of the letter,” Mamata Hojai stated.

This aside, the passing proportion of not less than 70 per cent of state-run schools was beneath 10 %.

According to the Secondary Education Department, Cachar district led the desk with 14 poor-performing schools adopted by Karbi Anglong district with 13, Goalpara district with 9, Jorhat with eight, Kamrup (Metro) and Dhubri with six every, West Karbi Anglong with 5, Karimganj with 4. Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Golaghat, and Nagaon have three every, Charaideo, Dibrugarh, Kamrup, Lakhimpur, South Salmara, Tinsukia and Udalguri with two every.

(With ANI inputs)


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