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    Assam Board Exams: Expert Panels Yet To Fix Evaluation Formula

    The nine-member committee hinted saying that they are likely to go by the modalities of the CBSE and other state board modalities to prepare the final evaluation process for class 10 and 12 students

    Guwahati: The expert committees constituted by the Assam Education Department for Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) and Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) are yet to come to a conclusion over recommending the evaluation formula.

    However, the nine-member committee hinted saying that they are likely to go by the modalities of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and other state board modalities to prepare the final evaluation process for class 10 and 12 students.

    The expert committees headed by Alok Buragohain, former vice-chancellor Dibrugarh University (DU) and Dipak Kumar Sarma, vice-chancellor of Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University claimed to hold two more meetings with SEBA and AHSEC before coming to the final conclusion.

    The expert committees in their first meeting with the AHSEC here in Guwahati on Tuesday informed the media that the marking system for each stream shall vary, as the components, syllabus for each and every subject differs from each other.

    The committee also stated that they shall come up with a procedure, which the schools shall have to adopt to evaluate their students and this is will completely be based on their performances in the school evaluations, assignments, presentations etc, the committee members said.

    It is to be noted that the SEBA and the AHSEC will provide all technical and official support to the respective committees, and the Education Department will issue necessary instruction to all offices and schools concerned after proper examination of the reports.

    AHSEC and SEBA will prepare the final result after incorporating the marks of internal assessment, practical examination and marks against theory portion as received from the respective schools within July 30 2021.

    Over 7 lakh students were supposed to sit for HSLC, high madrassa and HS exams in the state this year.

    On Wednesday, the committee is scheduled to hold its second meeting with the SEBA.

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