IEP Chandigarh, October 10
In the National Examination 2022 under Nipun Bharat, Nipun Haryana programme, the students of Haryana have performed better than Delhi, Punjab, Chandigarh along with outstanding National Average in Hindi, English and Mathematics.
The impact of the Nipun Haryana programme under the leadership of Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal and Education Minister, Sh. Kanwar Pal is now visible on the ground. State Education Minister, Sh. Kanwar Pal said that the first priority of the State Government and the Education Department is to provide free tablets and 2 GB data free to all 37,000 PRT teachers of the state as part of this plan of the government. It is the effect of the training programmes running under the Nipun Haryana programme that now the students of classes 1 to 3 in the schools are not only learning through recreational activities but also enhancing their knowledge. He added that figures from the NCERT-conducted National Examination 2022 report are quite remarkable
Giving information about the report of Foundational Learning Study, Assistant Director, Sh. Kuldeep Mehta said that according to class III at the national level, only 46 percent students have achieved this level and successfully qualified the minimum global competency parameters, whereas in Haryana this skill is achieved. 65 schools secured 20 marks more than the national level. While 65 per cent students of Haryana are proficient in Hindi language as per class III level, the average of students of Delhi is only 50 per cent while in Chandigarh only 55 per cent students are proficient in Hindi language. In this, the students’ understanding of spoken language and sound, letter and word decoding skills were tested.
He said that in Mathematics also Haryana has performed better than Delhi and Chandigarh. While 51 per cent of Class III students demonstrated proficiency in Mathematics, Delhi average was 47 per cent, while Chandigarh average was around 39 percent in Mathematics. In English language, students from Haryana topped with 77 per cent marks while only 66 per cent students from Punjab were found to be proficient in English language up to class III level. On the other hand, 62 per cent of students in Delhi and only 42 per cent of Chandigarh students are proficient in English at class III level.