promotion/detention upto class VIII
October 6, 2012 at 2:04 pm #67958
Hello Friends,please inform me if there is any G.O regarding the promotion/detention upto class VIII.please provide me that if there is any.Also I cannot understand the meaning of ‘up to’ here…is it VII to VIII or VIII to IX?please help.Thank YouOctober 6, 2012 at 7:31 pm #74708
The answer of your question is not known to most of the Head of the Institutions and/or the authority. It is said that “There is no detention up to class VIII.” But you have made a valuable question.What is it’s border line. There is no explanation about it.I think it should be VII to VIII. Because after registration of class IX, it is more painful to detention in the same class or promotion to class X, after annual examination. Not only that, the H.M. is respond to give the reason by written for the sent up a poor number of student after a huge no. of registration. Besides this, there is not a single word about either bar to detention or promotion in class IX by the SSM.
So, to keep up the reputation of your school it should be stopped after the promotion of class VII.
Thank you for your valuable quarry.October 8, 2012 at 2:16 am #74725
This is also what i understand…but some people buzzing around with the information that there is a circular which informs that school authority should not detain any student under class IX.(!!).That’s why we r in confused state…October 8, 2012 at 3:08 pm #74729
To clarify the situation, the Chief Minister or Education Minister has said that they are not in favour of the term failed.In the Mark Sheet of a failed student,place the original marks that he/she scored.
By the by, a failed candidate of class VIII should be promoted to class IX, such decision/circular,I have yet not been seen.
Thank you.November 26, 2012 at 6:46 pm #75639
Not so as you think. ‘Upto class viii’ means he/she should pass class viii. Otherwise the student have to seek further admission to class viii which is totally against of RTE Act 2009. Please upload the govt circular which clearly states about the no detention rule upto class viii. Thank you.November 27, 2012 at 2:02 am #75645
I think, it may be helpful –
My question, is it applicable to this (2012) session?November 28, 2012 at 4:11 pm #75680
The term ‘upto class VIII’ means —- whatever term ‘detention/fail’ is applicable to class V or VI or VII, it would also be applicable to class VIII also. Because, from class I to class IV : Pre-Primary ( otherwise mentioned in DISE as Elementary ) and Class V to Class VIII : Upper Primary.
So, in my opinion, Govt wants to introduce ‘no detention policy’ to Class VIII also, i.e., it would be applicable at the time of promotion of students of Class VIII also.
Now, the question : whether it should or should not be introduced.
No detention policy is never acceptable. It can only increase the number/rate of literacy, but not the quality of the literate persons.
If we are to be satisfied with the ‘rate’, let the ‘policy’ be introduced.
If not, STOP it.November 28, 2012 at 4:46 pm #75682
No detention does NOT increase “rate of literacy” but it only increase “the rate of literacy in govt. records”.November 29, 2012 at 1:28 am #75684
Actually implementation of ‘remedial examination’ is one of the policy of no detention. If there is no detention from Class one to eight then ‘logically’ what will be the roll of examination for students (except 10%). A student after 6yrs of age will be admitted in class one in any of his neighboring School (or Hotel), after eight yrs he’ll return to home with VIII passed certificate.November 29, 2012 at 2:51 pm #75696
No detention does NOT increase “rate of literacy” but it only increase “the rate of literacy in govt. records”.
You are absolutely right. I actually wanted to mention right that.
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