PLANNED TEACHING work and in-depth analysis of results will be undertaken in schools run by the Tribal Welfare Department in Madhya Pradesh with a view to improve examination results and quality of education. An action plan has been prepared for the same.
The plan envisages student-wise evaluation, subject-wise grading and teacher-wise valuation from class IX to XII. The action plan would help identify weak links in time so that remedial measures could be taken.
The Tribal Welfare Department has issued guidelines to all assistant tribal development commissioners and district coordinators for analysis and evaluation of examination results.
Senior State-level officials have been appointed as district in-charges for reviewing and analysing the implementation of this action plan.
All schools conduct monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, annual and board exams in case of class X and XII. Grade-wise analysis of students would be made after evaluating answer sheets of class IX, X, XI and XII at the school-level.
Marks would be converted into grades and codes fixed for showing subject-wise performance under the syllabus. All schools would send analysis reports to the tribal development assistant commissioner after a week of completion of each examination.
For students with grade D, remedial classes would be started immediately. Assistant commissioners would collect results and send the district report with necessary details within 15 days.
The Commissioner, Tribal Development would review examination results and ensure proper monitoring & follow up for improvement.
Similarly, principals would review results after every examination. Weak subjects and difficult concepts would be identified and special classes conducted to remedy them.
The assistant commissioner would undertake district-level review in the second week of every month. Reasons would be ascertained for weakness in schools and appropriate action would be taken as per recommendations of the core group. The State-level quality programme would be reviewed from time-to-time.
Principals would monitor teaching and learning with the cooperation of senior lecturers. They would have direct dialogue with students to assess the status of the course.