Assam education minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday announced the results of the third phase of Gonotsav held between January 4 to 6 covering 17,869 primary schools in Majuli, Baksa, Darang, Dhemaji, Biswanath Chariali, Goalpara, Golaghat, Hojai, Nalbari, Sonitpur, Dhubri, Karimganj and South Salmara Mancachar districts.
Addressing a press conference in Guwahati, the Assam education minister said that, 20 per cent schools of 13 districts were graded A+ following evaluation of schools and students in the third phase of Gunotsav in the State.
Minister @himantabiswa announces results of #Gunotsav-III in a press meet in #Guwahati. 17869 schools taken into consideration, of which 3,575 (around 20.01%) schools were graded A+. pic.twitter.com/suKDM0zOtf
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The Assam minister said that, a total of 17,869 schools in 13 districts were evaluated and a total of 11,74,995 students appeared in the evaluation.
“Following the evaluation, we have found that 3,575 schools – or around 20 per cent schools – managed to score grade A+. Apart from it, 7,063 or 39.53 per cent schools graded A, 4,903 or 27.44 per cent schools under B grade, 1,808 or 10.11 per cent schools were graded C and 520 or 2.9 per cent schools under D grade,” Sarma said.
“If we compared with the first and second phase evaluation results, then it revealed that, maximum schools improved grades and it is a good sign. In the first phase of Gunotsav evaluation, only 6 per cent schools managed to get grade A+ and in the second phase of Gunotsav evaluation, only 9 per cent schools managed to get grade A+,” Sarma said.