Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has said that National Institute of Open Schooling needs to present changes in its assessment procedure Read here.
The NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling) needs to present changes in its assessment procedure with the goal that the trustworthiness of the organization can’t be addressed, Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said on Monday. He offered the remarks at a survey meeting with authorities of the open school. The gathering was likewise gone to by School Education Secretary Anita Karwal.
“During the gathering, the minister talked about reinforcing the assessment system. He said if we discovered a few anomalies inside the establishment; we should make an intense move against the guilty party. He coordinated the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) authorities that on the off chance that they got any grumbling against NIOS assessment focuses, they should resolve the protest as quickly as time permits,” the Ministry of Education (MOE) said in an announcement.
“The minister likewise guided the NIOS authorities to change the assessment procedure with the goal that nobody can scrutinize the respectability of the esteemed foundation. It was recommended that a dashboard must be made containing nitty-gritty data and contacts of all focus the nation over.
It will have all the data and recommendations from partners with the goal that straightforwardness will be expanded in the framework,” it said.
During the gathering, recommendations were made about drafting NIOS prospectus on the lines of NCERT with the goal that understudies can improve comprehension of the subject.
“The minister likewise looked into crafted by NIOS during COVID-19 emergency. NIOS authorities advised him that they are running four channels for their understudies, out of which, two are committed for auxiliary and higher optional level.
The NIOS authorities likewise educated that they are currently giving six hours new substance every day to their understudies, including ends of the week, which were just for two hours before the COVID-19 emergency,” the announcement included.