Education (S) director L Nandakumar Singh on Monday announced that there would be some changes in the setting of question papers and the pattern of evaluation with the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP), 2020.
Singh was speaking as the chief guest at the three-day workshop on techniques of paper setting and evaluation which was inaugurated at Johnstone Higher Secondary School, Imphal West. It was organised by the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM).
The workshop is being held so that the students may cope with any kind of changes that may be brought by NEP2020 with ease, he said.
He mentioned that the question setting and evaluation patterns are some of the key steps which will help to ascertain the students’ level of understanding regarding their syllabus. Therefore, every participant should attend the workshop with interests so that they can train or teach their students in accordance to changing patterns, he maintained.
While encouraging the teachers’ community, he said that the role of teachers in shaping the society is immense. The future of the state depends on how well the present generation is being shaped and hence, the teachers should perform their service with dedication, commitment and conviction, he added.
Johnstone Higher Secondary School Principal Th Tulachandra Singh; COHSEM chairman Ch Sarat Singh and COHSEM secretary Ch Biren Singh took part at the workshop as president and guests of honour respectively.