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Tribal Schools in Concern to Improve their Standards in Board Exams

Jan 20, 2015 12:10 IST

    Tribal Schools of Madhya Pradesh are very much concerned to improve their standards in Board Exams. As per the records, from past three years not even a single student of Subkara High School in remote tribal block of Sheopur district is able to pass the Board Exam.

    The school has the worst academic record. In 2013-14, two students, Pooja Meena of Kayarpura village and Hemraj Adivasi of Manjuri village took admission in class 10th. Hemraj dropped out and Pooja appeared for board exams however, she failed in two subjects. Other two schools namely: Suswada Govt High School and Salmanya Govt High School are giving competition to the school from where only few students appear for Board Exams.

    The school is managed by the tribal welfare department. District education officer, Hariom Chaturvedi said that they are taking measures to improve performance and are planning to set up mobile teams of teachers to visit schools.

    Important Points:

    • Tribal Schools of Madhya Pradesh are very much concerned to improve their standards in Board Exams
    • Subkara High School in remote tribal block of Sheopur district has the worst academic record
    • District education officer, Hariom Chaturvedi said that they are taking measures to improve performance and are planning to set up mobile teams of teachers to visit schools

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