Promote Class XI students to Class XII: COHSEM
All principals of higher secondary schools and colleges having +2 courses have been advised to promote the students of class-XI who are in possession of admit cards issued by the COHSEM with immediate effect.
The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM) on Monday announced that all the principals of higher secondary schools and colleges having +2 courses are advised to promote the students of class-XI who are in possession of admit cards issued by the COHSEM, to the next grade, that is class-XII with immediate effect.
The notification was issued in pursuance of letter No.29/2/2021-SE(S) Misc (CoSEM) dated June 25 of the Secretariat: Education(S) department, government of Manipur and with reference to Resolution No.1.1 of the Examination Committee meeting of the council held on Monday, COHSEM stated in a notification signed by its secretary Ch Biren Singh.
It stated that all principals/heads of institutions are, therefore, informed to download the prescribed format of tabulation sheet for the Class-XI Examination, 2021 from the council web portal www.cohsem.nic.in with effect from July 2. It further stated to print in A3 size paper or collect from the office of the undersigned and to submit the prepared tabulation sheets of the class-XI students of their respective institutions by July 31 along with attendance sheets without fail.
Earlier on Saturday, Manipur Education Minister Sorokhaibam Rajen announced the modalities for awarding marks for examinations for Class X and XII exams conducted by the Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BOSEM) and the Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) respectively.
Addressing the media in a press conference held at its office chamber, Secretariat Babupara on Saturday, Rajen said that modalities was decided by Assessment Committee which was formed in the presence of officials of Education department, BOSEM and COHSEM consisting of 17 members and chaired by commissioner of Education, M Harekrishna.
The minister said that for Class X, of the total 100 marks, 20 marks will be counted from internal assessment, 30 marks will be based on their Class IX results and remaining 50 marks will be given after assessing their performance in the class test and attendance.
“Despite having COVID-19, classes were conducted at least for a few months as usual even during the pandemic which is between January to March. So the remaining 50 marks will be counted from the performance shown by students during this period,” he explained.
For Class XII, the minister said that 30 per cent of the students’ marks will be counted from the marks scored in Class X board examinations, which will be calculated by selecting three subjects that have highest scores. Another 20 percent will be taken from marks scored in Class XI and remaining 50 marks will be calculated on class performance during Class XII as classes were conducted at least for some months such as before onset of COVID and short period of stability from pandemic, he added.
However, Rajen announced that there will be no provision for position holders this time. Moreover, the policy of giving rewards to the best students from government schools and teachers for scoring high marks will also be cancelled, he said.
Any students who are not satisfied with this policy can have the opportunity to write the examinations once the pandemic is calmed down, Rajen added.
The minister also said that many students had complained regarding not being able to apply registration forms for the said examinations. The issue will be discussed in cabinet as COHSEM and BOSEM alone cannot take the decision.
Altogether 44,068 students had registered to appear for Class X examination. Of which 22,211 are boys and 21,859 are girls. On the other hand, 30,552 students had registered to write the Class XII examination. The results for both the examinations will be out by July 31, he informed.