Source: The Indian Express
The Goa education board, which cancelled its Class 10 exams this year, has figured a plan for finalizing the results of students based on their internal assessment directed by schools during the academic year and a objective criterion by the board.
The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education's (GBSHSE) chief panel met on Saturday and arranged the plan, which should be followed by every one of the schools under with it.
The board has said taking into account the increasing COVID-19 cases in Goa, the Class 10 assessments, which should have been held from May 13 to June 4 this year, stand cancelled.
"The results of Class 10 boards will be set up based on the internal assessment directed by schools and a target model created by the board," it said.
Any student who isn't happy with the marks alloted will be offered a chance to reappear as and when conditions are suitable for the exam, as per the plan.
"In situations where a school intentionally indulges in practices that are not consistent with fair, unbiased and objective practices of assessment, the board reserves the right to start de-recognition proceedings and/or impose a financial penalty against the school or decide not to declare the result of class 10 for the school till the time it is not in conformity with the board’s policy,” it said.