July 10, Kathmandu. The Shivaraj Municipality of Kapilvastu has not yet made public the results of the Class VIII examination of Tribhuvan Adarsh Secondary School in Pipari.
The students locked the school gate last week, demanding that the results be made public, even after a month and a half had elapsed since the start of the academic session.
The school has 76 students from class 8 to class 12. According to Purna Bahadur Bishwakarma, head of the education department of the municipality, there was some delay as most of the students scored less than 35 percent during the test.
He said that the results of all other schools have been made public but there was a problem in this school. Looking at the results obtained by most of the students, it is not possible to run the ninth grade. He said that it was too late to decide how to go after all the students failed.
The government has implemented the provision of bringing minimum marks in theoretical and practical subjects in the school level examinations saying that the quality of learning has deteriorated by the grading method since the last academic session. According to the provision, a minimum of 35 percent marks is required in any subject to pass the school level.
Students who score less than 35 percent will receive a non-grade certificate. Students who get non-grade in the final examination of class 10 and secondary level will not get the opportunity to study in upper level or class.
Although Tribhuvan Adarsh Higher Secondary School is one of the full-fledged schools in the municipality, the results of the students have shown problems in the educational quality of the school. The curriculum assigns the responsibility of conducting and testing the basic level final examination at the local level.
Accordingly, the municipality had conducted and tested the Class VIII examination. However, while announcing the results, it was delayed as the results of most of the students were less than 35 percent, said Purna Bahadur Bishwakarma, head of the education department.
He said, “After discussions with the examination committee, we are preparing to make the results public by adding grace marks to the students so as to maintain the educational quality of class nine.” It will be public today or tomorrow. ‘ The municipality had conducted the examination from March 11 to April 20.
We will make the results public today: Principal
Meanwhile, the school’s principal Ghanshyam Kurmi said that the computer was broken to update the results of the students and it was too late to make the results public as he had to be admitted to the hospital due to illness.
He said, ‘In the beginning, the commuter broke down. It also took time to make. Then I fell ill again and had to go to Kathmandu. When I arrived, it took time for the examination committee to meet. We are preparing to release it today, we are updating it on the computer. ‘ When he tried to understand that the result of many students was less than 35 percent, he said, “Yes, many students fail.” He could not read because of Kovid. That is why. ‘
The government has made an arrangement to bring minimum marks in theoretical and practical subjects in the school level examinations saying that the quality of learning has deteriorated due to the grading method.
With effect from the last academic session, the minimum percentage of learning achievement at school level has been fixed at 40 in internal or experimental examinations and 35 in periodical or theoretical.
Students who fail to get 35 percent marks in the theoretical examination have to take a grade increment examination to be admitted in the upper class. Provision has been made for such students to take the grade promotion examination up to three times.
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