Crescent Kashmir

New education policy

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With the implementation of NEP-2020 Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has been given sole responsibility for the Secondary stage, which includes classes 9th through 12th, and will be administered in accordance with NEP-2020 criteria.

For the formative assessment, co-curricular component, and summative assessment, respectively, the weighting of the marks shall be allocated as 30, 20, and 50 with a qualifying percentage of 33% in each. Recitation, art and craft, role playing, painting, group songs, discussion, debates, health and hygiene, environmental awareness, and IT awareness are some of the activities that form the co-curricular component.

Students who have been designated as potential learners will be promoted to the next class on a proviso basis with plans for extra courses for two to three months during the vacation or at the start of the next session, followed by another assessment of grade-appropriate competencies. Only when the student is unable to meet the eligibility requirements in this reassessment tool may they be held back.

The evaluation shall be carried out in the Complex Head under the supervision of the head of the complex and overall supervision of DIET/SCERT.

These reforms will change the purpose and the assessment rules as the government will assess the students. This will help them to learn and develop higher skills in education like analysis, critical thinking and conceptual clarity.

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