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GUWAHATI, June 9 - A district level review meeting in connection with the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary (HS) exams 2017 was held on Thursday at the Guwahati Circuit House under the chairmanship of Kamrup Metro Deputy Commissioner Dr M Angamuthu.

Headmasters and principals of 65 schools attended the meeting which discussed measures for uplift of the schools and students.

It was decided that schools with a pass percentage of less than 40 per cent in the board exams would be reviewed on a monthly basis by the district administration.

The schools which had a pass percentage of 40-60 per cent and have been showing a decreasing trend will also be reviewed bimonthly. Dr Angamuthu asked each school to submit an individual action plan with focus on Class 10 and Class 12.

He directed preparation of a complete analysis with subject specific and student specific vulnerable mapping so that students� academic discomfort can be removed and their problems solved.

The meeting also decided that depending on the number of students and teachers groups will be created for proper mentoring and one teacher will be deputed for one group of vulnerable students and their progress will be reviewed.

The DC asked the schools to submit their action plan within July 8. He asked the Inspector of Schools to serve showcause notices to schools which have shown a decreasing trend in their success rate in board exam results. Dr Angamuthu said that until and unless the action plan is not found satisfactory the salary of teachers would be held up.

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Exam review meeting held

GUWAHATI, June 9 - A district level review meeting in connection with the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary (HS) exams 2017 was held on Thursday at the Guwahati Circuit House under the chairmanship of Kamrup Metro Deputy Commissioner Dr M Angamuthu.

Headmasters and principals of 65 schools attended the meeting which discussed measures for uplift of the schools and students.

It was decided that schools with a pass percentage of less than 40 per cent in the board exams would be reviewed on a monthly basis by the district administration.

The schools which had a pass percentage of 40-60 per cent and have been showing a decreasing trend will also be reviewed bimonthly. Dr Angamuthu asked each school to submit an individual action plan with focus on Class 10 and Class 12.

He directed preparation of a complete analysis with subject specific and student specific vulnerable mapping so that students� academic discomfort can be removed and their problems solved.

The meeting also decided that depending on the number of students and teachers groups will be created for proper mentoring and one teacher will be deputed for one group of vulnerable students and their progress will be reviewed.

The DC asked the schools to submit their action plan within July 8. He asked the Inspector of Schools to serve showcause notices to schools which have shown a decreasing trend in their success rate in board exam results. Dr Angamuthu said that until and unless the action plan is not found satisfactory the salary of teachers would be held up.