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Students performed worse compared to 2017 in most subjects in southern states: Survey

The only uptick is that the scaled scores out of 500 in most subjects have been above the national average

Published on 30th May 2022
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National Achievement Survey 2021: Tamil Nadu's report card does not read well

The state's children stood below the national average when it comes to learning outcomes and the teachers complained that they felt overburdened by work

Published on 27th May 2022
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National Achievement Survey: 44% teachers don't have adequate workspace, 65% feel overburdened 

At least 44 per cent of teachers do not have adequate workspace and 65 per cent of them are overloaded with work, disclosed the reports

Published on 27th May 2022
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National Achievement Survey: 78% school students found online learning to be "burdensome"

According to the report, the average achievement of schools in rural areas remained lower than the schools in urban areas in the same states/union territories 

Published on 26th May 2022
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National Achievement Survey: Highlights from the report released by Ministry of Education

NAS or the National Achievement Survey (NAS) 2021 report is in the public domain on nas.gov.in. The report helps with analysis of results and remedial action at the appropriate levels

Published on 26th May 2022
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Cannot look at teachers and students with a deficit lens in light of the pandemic: TISS launches centre for teacher education

The centre aims to collaborate with the state governments in order to research and implement effective training courses across the country

Published on 13th November 2021
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Without knowing their caste category, how can primary school students fill NAS OMR sheet, ask teachers

While the students fill the category in their application form to implement reservation norms, what is the need to mark the same in the OMR sheet asked teachers

 

Published on 13th November 2021
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Whopping 23,000 students from Maharashtra attend NAS on November 12. How did it go?

While the exams for the lower class is conducted for 90 minutes, the exams for upper classes are being conducted for 120 minutes and the question paper is in the MCQ format

Published on 12th November 2021
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What the FAQ: What is the National Achievement Survey and how will it benefit schools and students?

The National Achievement was supposed to be conducted last year but was postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 12th November 2021
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Postpone National Achievement Survey since schools have just reopened, Sisodia tells Pradhan

Sisodia says that the data collected in the survey will not be "reliable" as schools have not completely opened after a prolonged closure due to COVID-19

Published on 12th November 2021
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TN Primary Teachers Association urges govt not to conduct NAS for Classes III, V and VIII

Since the schools in Tamil Nadu have opened only after November 1, children will take time to update their knowledge and skills on different subjects 

Published on 12th November 2021
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National Achievement Survey to see a lot of challenges as schools are not yet ready

The Ministry of Education has said that the survey willcover 38 lakh students in nearly 1.23 lakh schools in 733 districts across 36 states and Union Territories in govt, govt-aided and pvt schools

Published on 11th November 2021
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Over 38 lakh students from 733 districts to participate in the National Achievement Survey

The survey, which will cover government, government-aided and private schools will help to assess the learning interruptions and new learnings

Published on 10th November 2021
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Not fair to conduct achievement survey after students missed school for over a year: TN teachers and educationists

They suggested that the government allow students attend offline classes for at least two months before carrying out the survey

Published on 20th October 2021
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National Achievement Survey is scheduled for TN's school students and this is why educators and parents are not happy about it 

Many parents are also not happy at their children being subjected to a skill test immediately after the reopening of schools on November 1

Published on 18th October 2021

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