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Action plan to achieve 100% pass percentage in Nalgonda schools

Nalgonda: The headmasters of government schools, which have achieved 100 per cent pass percentage and also showed poor performance in previous SSC examinations, talked about the measures that lead to their students excel in board exams and the reasons that lead to bad performances.

The meeting of headmasters and Mandal Education Officers (MEOs), organised by the Education Department, turned into a brainstorming session to discuss the action plan to achieve 100 per cent results by the government schools in SSC examinations.

Gazetted Headmasters Association district president Balaji Naik said that pre-tests and post-tests of study classes were conducted to the students of 10th class and grades were given. The headmasters of 40 government schools, which have recorded 100 per cent pass percentage in 10th class annual examinations last year, felt that curtailing absenteeism of students, special classes and a special focus on backward students have helped them secure 100 per cent pass percentage last year. Conducting special classes during the holidays also brought seriousness to their efforts to achieve the goal.

Headmaster of ZPHS of Kurmed, which has secured 87 pass percentage in SSC exams last year, Ch Srinivas said 129 students would appear for SCC Board examination from his school this academic year. There are 10th class students from surrounding 10 villages and this has resulted in over-crowded classrooms. With this, students of two classes were sitting on the floor in the class due to an insufficient number of benches. We are struggling to achieve best results by overcoming these hurdles, he added.

N Satyanarayana, headmaster of a government school, which has secured lowest pass percentage in SSC results in the district, told that he has been working as headmaster of the school for the last five years. Except him, no teacher is regular in the school, he said. It has become a practice that they wait until recruitment of Vidya volunteers every year. Moreover, the candidates were showing interest to work in the schools located at interior places, he added.

He suggested that the government should allocate the recruited teachers first to the schools in the interior areas. We can also achieve pass percentage of 100 in SSC exams if required staff and infrastructure were provided.

Earlier, addressing the gathering of the headmasters, district Collector Gaurav Uppal said that he has received a complaint that some teachers of KGBV schools were not regularly attending their duties and list of those teachers was available with him. Action would be taken against such teachers after completion of inquiry into the matter, he added.

Forty-day plan

District Education Officer Chaithanya Jaini reminded that 40-day plan was launched on January 3 with a target to make Nalgonda secure top place in the State 10th class results this year. She reminded that Nalgonda district has stood in fifth place in SSC results last year.

During these 40 days, special study hours would be provided for 10th class students in government schools and pre-final tests would be conducted in the month of February to prepare them for annual examinations. She pointed out that syllabus of all subjects has been completed by December 31 in all government schools.

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