DHUBRI, Oct 3 - In a bid to improve the results of students from government schools of Dhubri district, the administration in collaboration with the education department and Piramal Foundation has introduced a survey to identify gaps in reading languages and understanding mathematics.
After the survey, the administration aims at focusing more on these subjects, by implementing various methods so that the students can at least score 70 per cent in these subjects.
In this regard, a baseline assessment is going on in 150 schools of the district, with support from 155 cluster resource centre coordinators, volunteers and the Piramal team.
Earlier, Dhubri Deputy Commissioner Anant Lal Gyani held a meeting with education officers of six educational blocks of the district and discussed the Annual Status of Education Report.
An insight on education indicators to analyse the learning levels of the students in the district for classes 3-5 was also taken up, and a baseline assessment result conducted through the ASER tools on primary language and mathematics were also discussed.
In this context, a one-day workshop was also conducted in five educational blocks of Dhubri district, where the Cluster Resource Centre Coordinators were oriented with educational tools.