Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Important Circular about Matter of conducting state college university examinations.

Important Circular about Matter of conducting state college university examinations.


Universities and other educational institutions across the country have been closed since16"March, 2020, as one of the measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.in April, 2020, the University Grants Commission (UGC), has issued "Guidelines on Examinations and Academic Calendar for the Universities In View of COVID-19 Pandemic and Subsequent Lockdown". In these guidelines it was proposed to hold the examination from July 2020 onwards. The Guidelines provided various options for conduct of examinations to be decided finally by the University,

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Presently, several universities have already conducted/planned the examinations in online/offline (pen & paper/blended (online+ offline) mode.

Top ranking universities of the world have opted for the final exams to be done remotely. Like Princeton and MIT (USA), University of Cambridge, Imperial College of London (UK); University of Toronto and McMaster (Canada); University of Heidelberg (Germany); and University of Hong Kong have resorted to the online technology based mode of examinations.international universities like National University of Singapore, University of Adelaide of Australia, Oxford University for Final Semester have scheduled their exams in take home format. Alternative form of assessment like Open Book, Term Paper, Continuous Assessment Presentation, Assignments, time-limited exams have been preferred as a substitute for exam in select countries of Asia and Europe

Rationale

In order to safeguard the larger interests of students related to their academic and career progression particularly those who are in their terminal semester/final year, the institutions are required to chart out a plan for conduct of examinations online/offline (pen & paper/blended (online.offline) mode, after making a comprehensive assessment of their level of preparedness, residential students, status of COVID-19 pandemic spread in different region/ state and all othe of the

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5/8 deal with any sort of exigency. The performance in examinations brings in scholarship. s an translates into better job placement. This would not only give them more confidence and satisfaction, but also ensure merit and lifelong credibility

Some Concerns

The higher educational institutions should address the following concerns:

1. The implementation of instructions and directives regarding safety and health issues by the central and state government departments.

2 Uncertainty among students regarding modes of teaching learning completion of courses, examinations, evaluation, declaration of result, academic calendar, admissions, opening of

institutions, etc

3. Anxiety and stress developed during lockdown period and fear of COVID-19 after opening of campuses

4. Safety measures including sanitisation of premises, thermal screening ensuring physical distancing, mask wearing, hand washing etc.

5. Preparation for risk assessment and subsequent actions which varies - whether the Institution is fully residential partially residential or nonresidential. The higher risk and bigger challenge is faced by non-residential institutions where the students will leave daily and come back next day.

6. Besides students, the risk of serious illness due to COVID-19 is faced by the faculty, counselling, and other technical and non-teaching staff who face the students regularly

Standard Operating Procedure for conduct of Examinations


1. The Instructions, guidelines and orders issued by the central and state governments concerning the opening of educational Institutions and safety and health should be abided by the universities and colleges. However, they may develop more stricter provisions and guidelines, If they find it necessary

2. In case there is a restriction on movements in certain areas, admit/ identity cards issued to the students should be treated as a pass for the movement of students. State Governments should Issue Instructions to all local authorities to issue movement passes to invigilators and all personnel engaged in the conduct of examination.

3. Entire examination centre floor and walls, doors, gates, should be sprayed with disinfectant

4. Fresh mask and gloves to be used by exam functionaries after staff verification is done.
15. Downloading of 'Aarogya Setu' App may be advised for every staff and student of the university and college.

16. Adequate arrangements of thermal scanners sanitizers, face masks, and hand gloves at all entry and exit points including the reception area. Wherever possible, students should be given fresh face masks by the Invigilators in the examination room Itself.

17. Avoid crowding at entry and exit points.

18. Opening all the gates, of entry and exit, in case HEls have more than one gate.

19. Senior staff should monitor the entry and exit. There should be proper markings with at least 2 meter distance where students stand while waiting for opening of the college gate. Exit of students should permitted one by one only.

20. Thermal Screening of students, wearing of face mask, sanitizing of hands etc. be ensured.

21. The Invigilators, while on duty, should be continuously wearing mask, and proper hand gloves

22. The students should be asked to sanitize their hands before and after signing the Attendance Sheet

23. Students having symptoms of fever, cough and cold should be either made to sit in a separate room or given a chance to appear on another day,

24. Hand washing stations with facilities of liquid soap should be made available so that every student can wash her/his hand frequently

25. Keeping in view the physical distancing Institutions should have adequate rooms capacity to meet the proper seating arrangement for examination. Minimum distance between two students should be 2 meters. Sample seating plan is annexed

26. Adequate arrangements for safe drinking water be made on the campus

27. Adequate supply of water in toilets and for hand washing be ensured.

28. Dustbins must be cleaned and covered properly

29. Proper sanitization of buses, other transport and official and vehicles of the institution

30. At the end of the day

a. Used gloves and masks should be disposed only in a pedal push covered bin at the Examination Centre and outside the examination room/hall:

b.

Safely dispose off all used masks and gloves discarded at the examination centres or outside the examination centre in trash bin bags at suitable place and as per standard guidelines issued by health authority

31. Maintain record of all exam functionaries

a. Record of all exam functionaries will be maintained in the system for future reference and traceability

b. Invigilator records are maintained in the system through staff verification processes

Name and number of other staff such as Housekeeping. Security Guards, etc will be maintained.


5. Sanitizer bottles should be arranged at the entry gate, examination rooms, start/observer room.

etc. and should be replenished regularly.

6. All liquid handwash bottles should be replenished in restrooms and entry gate whenever

required

7. Candidate Seating Area should be thoroughly sanitized (desk and the chair) after every session.

8. All the washrooms should be cleaned and disinfected.

9. All door handles, staircase railing, lift buttons, etc. should be disinfected.

10. Wheelchair, if present at the examination centres, should be disinfected.

11 All the trash bins should be cleaned.

12. Staff verification and self-declaration as suggested below must be done as soon as they report at the Centre

a. Exam functionary must submit self-declaration about health status

b. Thermo gun temperature check must be done at staff entrance point

C If any Examination functionary fails to meet the self-declaration criteria, or thermo gun check, he/she will be asked to leave the examination centre immediately

d. Exam functionary needs to wear the mask and gloves at all time

13. Cleanliness and hygienic conditions as per safety and health advisories of the concerned government departments are to be maintained at all places

14. Proper signages, symbols, posters etc. should be displayed at appropriate place to maintain social distancing

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Circular regarding the order not to call the teaching staff to work from home in the school as long as possible.

According to the new guideline of the central government ... Circular regarding the order not to call the teaching staff to work from home in the school as long as possible.

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As you are aware, Ministry of Home Affairs vide order no 40-3/2020-DM KA) dated 29.06.2020 (copy enclosed) has issued guidelines on Unlock 2, has been directed whereby it school, colleges, educational and coaching institutions will remain close till 31.07.2020. It has been further stated that online/distance learning shall to be permitted shall be encouraged (Pars (1) of the refers). Accordingly, for this purpose essential teaching/non-teaching staff or research scholars etc. should continue to work from home and as far as possible they should not be called to the schools/colleges/institutions.

You are requested to ensure compliance and strict implementation of the guidelines dated 29.06.2020 (enclosed) on closure of schools and colleges, and direct all concerned authorities for their strict implementation

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION OF PROVISIONALLY SELECTED CANDIDATES IN CLASS VI JNVST-2020 AND CLASS IX LEST-2020

GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION OF PROVISIONALLY SELECTED CANDIDATES IN CLASS VI JNVST-2020 AND CLASS IX LEST-2020

Dear parent/guardian,

The guidelines given as below may be followed for completing the admission process at JNV where your ward is provisionally selected for admission to class VI/IX

1. It is not necessary to visit JNV for confirmation of the result or for obtaining formats which are already available on NVS website:

www.navodaya.gov.in) or for submission or filled format/documents

2. In view of difficulties due to COVID-19 it is decided by NVS to carry out the verification of documents through online mode. The JNV will communicate the email address to which the copies of documents should be sent. In case of any difficulty, the copies of documents also can be submitted through speed post to the JNV concerned.

3. If you have any queries regarding the process of admission in JNV you may contact the Principal on mobile phone ar post a message on the whatsapp group which will be specially created by JNV for this purpose in which your registered mobile no. will also be added. If you have changed the mobile no, it is required that the new mobile no. in given to JNV for the purpose

4. In case of any difficulty in obtaining the mandatory documents/certificates from the concerned offices the same may be brought to the notice of the principal for getting his support and advice.

5. On acing the documents uploaded/submitted the principal shall send instructions to you by email followed by telephonic call and SMS. After receiving instructions from JNV regarding the approval of all the documents, only the parent/guardian will visit the JNV along with the TC of the candidate from the previous school for finalisation of admission and receiving text books/stationeries and further guidance for the child to attend online classes from home. The instructions of the principal conforming to the COVID-19 guidelines of Govt. Of India State and District Administrations should be strictly adhered to by all concerned.
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GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION OF PROVISIONALLY SELECTED CANDIDATES IN CLASS VI JNVST-2020 AND CLASS IX LEST-2020

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Monday, June 22, 2020

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In contrast, teachers might focus on the processes of science and develop scientific conceptual understanding from it. This process-centred approach could, for instance, offer the children experiments and investigations as starting points for acquiring conceptual knowledge with little or no direct teaching of concepts. In this case a conceptual structure is withheld. The onus is on the children to recall or construct a functional mental representation without reference to a teachers' description of one. Pupils might infer relationships in the topic under study and may be given an opportunity to test and revise their ideas.

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In contrast, teachers might focus on the processes of science and develop scientific conceptual understanding from it. This process-centred approach could, for instance, offer the children experiments and investigations as starting points for acquiring conceptual knowledge with little or no direct teaching of concepts. In this case a conceptual structure is withheld. The onus is on the children to recall or construct a functional mental representation without reference to a teachers' description of one. Pupils might infer relationships in the topic under study and may be given an opportunity to test and revise their ideas.

Of course, other teachers might focus on a combination of these two approaches and develop scientific skills and conceptual understanding from in this combination. This mixed approach could be a balance or, perhaps, a compromise, between a product-centred and a process-centred approach, in which the teacher provides a partial conceptual structure and leaves the remainder for children to construct by inferring, hypothesising, or testing their ideas. It could encourage lessons where children do investigations with some features already identified by the teacher, and with some conceptual knowledge about the subject that enables them to appreciate the purpose of the activity. In contrast, it could encourage lessons without a clear purpose which mixed different types of activity, but did not develop either conceptual or procedure understanding exclusively..

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