PANAJI: All Class IX and XI pupils, who were qualified to reply supplementary examinations for the academic year 2019-20, have been encouraged to Class X and XII respectively, Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has stated at a circular issued on Friday. It follows that only students who have failed in a couple of areas in Class IX and XI is going to be eligible to be promoted to a high course.
Before, chief minister Pramod Sawant, after an interview with education officials, had declared that it’s been decided to cancel the supplemental examinations held annually in June for students of Class IX and XI as a result of pandemic.
Those qualified for assessments could be encouraged: Goa Board
However while Sawant’d said all students could be encouraged into the higher course, the board successive states that only people qualified for the supplemental examinations could be encouraged.
Pupils who have failed in a couple of subjects just are qualified to answer the supplementary exams.
“I am directed to advise that supplemental evaluation for the academic year 2019-20 for Class IX and XI stand . All pupils who qualify for supplemental examinations for the academic year 2019-20 will likely be encouraged to higher course (X or XII),” says that the board circular.
Parents needed required a determination about the supplementary examinations so that pupils who’ve failed in a couple of areas understand where they stand and they’re able to attend the continuing online classes so.
However, after Sawant had declared cancellation of their supplementary examinations, many educators had raised objections to the choice to advertise all pupils to the higher course.
Teachers had stated this would result in confusion because some pupils are particularly weak. However, as per the Goa Board round, today just those who’ve failed in a couple of subjects will be encouraged to the higher course.