Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is to conduct undisclosed and random inspection in various affiliated schools. This will occur for the first time this year and will begin in the coming months. The purpose is to make certain and the student’s fair assessment who are appearing in summative assessment (SA) and formative assessment (FA). As informed by a source the HSC as well as class IX students are passed and promoted based on their performance in summative assessment (SA) in addition to formative assessment. The CBSE official will undergo random inspection in schools to make sure the fairness in conduction of exams along with unbiased assessment as well.
The Shishukunj International School’s Vice Principal, Mrs. Vasundhara Ohri told from this year onwards the results of both SAs and FAs are safely recorded and available when requested. CBSE will conduct random school inspection in order to ensure that all exams are conducted and students are assessed fairly without any discrepancy.
Before this year, CBSE mandated summative assessment tests to be taken by class IX and X students, to be able to assess them for promoting to higher classes.
On this matter, Advanced Academy’s Principal, Manoj Bajpai informed that the FAs reports is also dispatched to the CBSE’s regional head office. He added that the inspections with school being unaware of, shall guarantee the updated records of FAs and SAs, maintained by all the schools.
He also opinionated that stress be laid on distinctiveness in SA’s and FA’s results since Such checks assist in upholding unbiased evaluation system. Along with the results, the detailed records of Student’s attendance in exams and other tests, marks obtained in all tests etc must also be strictly maintained by schools management and teachers.