Bhopal, December 13, 2015 (Ataullah Faizan): Pratibha Parv will be held in all primary and middle schools in the state on December 14, 15 and 16, 2015 simultaneously to evaluate arrangements in schools and children’s academic achievements. During Pratibha Parv, School Education Minister Mr. Paras Jain and Minister of State for School Education Mr. Deepak Joshi will visit various schools. Minister Mr. Paras Jain has written a letter urging all cabinet ministers and MLAs in the state to visit schools during Pratibha Parv and lend support to efforts for teaching reforms. Main purpose of Pratibha Parv is exactly evaluate quality of education and displaying government’s priority to children’s academic excellence. It also aims to create sensitivity in society, chalk out strategy for improvement in children’s education, promote children not able to gain desired skills and make education administration, public representatives and society responsible towards children’s academic achievements. On the first and second days of Pratibha Parv December 14 and 15, subject-wise evaluation of students will be undertaken.
On the third day December 16, will be observed as Bal Sabha. Commissioner Rajya Shiksha Kendra Mrs. Deepti Gaud Mukherjee has directed all districts to invite public representatives and students’ parents to schools at Bal Sabha. Parents will inspect activities of Bal Sabha and hold discussions with class teachers and results of students will also be shared. Records of students’ activities in class and extracurricular activities in the school will be shown. Special mid-day meal will also be served to students in schools on the day of Bal Sabha.
To make Pratibha Parv evaluation transparent, cooperation of district level officers of Education Department and other department officers working at district, development and tahasil level will be taken. Evaluation of answer sheets of class I to IV and VI to VII will be undertaken at school level by teachers of higher classes and class V to VIII will be undertaken at Sankul Kendra by teachers of middle/high/higher secondary schools.