gunotsav: Over 42 students from Lakh Assam will be assessed during Gunotsav | Guwahati News

Guwahati: The state government on Monday announced the three-phase Gunotsav from May 11 to June 4 to assess school education since the Covid-19 outbreak.
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, his cabinet colleagues, officers from IAS, IPS and IFS will visit the classrooms of 46,000 schools to assess the quality of 42,50 schoolchildren and identify the learning gaps. They will act as mentors and guides for public schools. The BJP-led state government adopted Gunotsav from Gujarat’s model of school assessment program with the same nomenclature in 2017.
All public, provincialized and tea garden management schools at elementary and secondary levels will be covered during Gunotsav 2022, which will be celebrated in all 33 districts of the state at the initiative of the state education department and of the Axom Sarba Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) mission.
“On the first day of assessment under Gunotsav, a school will do a self-assessment. On the second day, the evaluation will be carried out by the external evaluator. More than 18,000 external evaluators will be hired for this task and they will include personalities such as the Chief Minister, Chief Secretary, ministers, MPs and government officials,” Education Minister Ranoj said. Pegu, during a press conference. State Class I and Class II officers will also visit schools as external evaluators.
External assessors will randomly select 20% of students for each of the three skills of reading, writing and numeracy. They will assess areas of assessment in co-schooling, community involvement, and infrastructure. The school assessment will concern classes 1 to 9.
In the first phase, schools in the 10 districts of Biswanath, Bongaigaon, Charaideo, Darrang, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Goalpara, Karimganj, Karbi-Anglong and Nagaon will be assessed.
Gunotsav’s goals will be to identify each child’s learning gaps and ensure quality education with grade-specific learning outcomes. School performance in areas such as curricular, co-curricular, availability and use of infrastructure, and community involvement will be assessed.

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