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Now, expert advice for govt’s exam system

DNDEL1648 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Fareeha Iftikhar | WC :177 | Education & Careers



Taking a step forward in its efforts to improve the quality of education in schools operating under it, the Delhi government on Tuesday wrote to several eminent educationists, urging them to give feedback on its assessment and examination system.
In a letter addressed to the education experts, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia said: “One area in which our Directorate of Education (DoE) is yet to introduce any reform is the assessment and examination system, which is extremely important as it affects the teaching-learning process in the classroom.”
Enclosing examination papers of Class IV-VIII with the letter, Sisodia asked the educationists to give their feedback on the ability of those papers for
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