Ekam Kasoti Paper: The unit test – Ekam Kasoti will also be organized in Gujarat’s primary schools this year
Various Home Learning Efforts have been undertaken by the Education Department of the State Government to ensure that education continues even though schools are closed during the Kovid-19 epidemic. Textbooks have been delivered to the students, broadcast on Doordarshan’s DD Girnar channel for students of Std. 9 to 12. Students of Std. 1 to 8 are also given a booklet ‘Let’s learn at home’ every month. Many schools also run virtual classrooms. Apart from this, educational programs can also be watched on Vande Gujarat channel and YouTube channel.
According to the Department of Education, continuous assessment is part of the teaching-learning process. On the basis of which remedial teaching can be done by knowing the raw material of the student. This unit test is not a formal examination, but is part of a continuous assessment. Based on the results of this test, besides the teacher, educated parents can also give necessary guidance by knowing the raw material of their children. In addition to this therapeutic education, one of the objectives is to make the necessary changes under ‘Home Learning Programs’.
The next date by the education department of the state government. A unit test has been organized for all the students of Std. 9 to 12 during 9-30 July but intensive consideration has been given by the state government regarding the submissions received from various teacher unions and schools regarding delivery of print out of the test to the students as well as returning the written answers to the students. Was done and some concessions have been made in the planning of the unit test keeping in view the local situation. As print outs of the unit test cannot be delivered to every student, it can also be delivered through social media. Every student has textbooks. By scanning the first QR Code given in the first lesson of Std. 6th to 8th language and mathematics textbook, one can also see the unit test question paper. Question papers can also be viewed on the websites of GCERT and GSHSB. Thus, other facilities have been provided to deliver unit tests to the students.
Delivery of print out of these tests, writing of answers to the questions by the student, submission of a notebook of the answers written by the student to the school, etc. can be completed by 10th August instead of 31st July keeping in view the local situation.