Home evaluation of state board papers

Nagpur: The education department of Maharashtra has authorized the valuation of SSC and HSC papers from home in the wake of the state’s coronavirus scare and lockdown.

Teacher unions have been as demanding after They proclaimed the virus to be a pandemic. The order ended up arriving on Monday. All HSC papers are over, although at present only one SSC paper (Geography) is pending. It now seems that all papers will have already been assessed by the time Geography exam is taken. Nevertheless, the State board explained that the decision is for this year only.

Ashok Gavhankar, Vidarbha Junior College Teachers Association (VJUCTA) general secretary said, “In a time like this, paper evaluation work should certainly be given to the teachers to finish from home. Right now the goal is to contain the outbreak. The method was like that just a few years ago, but due to some malpractice, assessment was imposed from school premises, “said Gavhankar, who is also head of Rao Saheb Thawre High School and Nagpur Junior College.

Madhusudhan Mude, president of the Headmasters Association (district of Nagpur) said the latest move by the state government is a successful one. “This would ensure that the outcomes of the board are announced on time which is incredibly essential for students to prepare for the future. During such a time teachers will also continue to be successful. However, I don’t believe this should be turned into a standard for the years to come, and the best way to test papers is to come to school and do it, “said Mude, who is also Major Hemant Jakate School and Junior College’s principal.

Dilip Bose, secretary of the Charitable Association of School Headmasters said the board made a wise decision. “Homecoming was a risky thing for teachers to do. This decision will now protect them from coronavirus wrath. Homework is the need of the hour, “Bose said. The principal of Bhola High School Premlata Tiwari said: “It is important to announce the results on time so that there are no obstacles to the future education of the student.” Ashnarayan Tiwari, Principal of Adarsh Vidya Mandir said that the issue would be to obtain answers in times of complete lockdown and therefore to delay the assessment. “When teachers go out to collect papers it won’t be curfew breach. Not only that, it is susceptibility the teachers and school staff to the virus. Though timely assessment is necessary, the situation is a matter of life or death, “Tiwari said.

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