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« on: September 26, 2010, 08:13:02 AM »
Class XII Punjabi exam cancelled at Chheharta school
Tribune News Service

Mohali, March 2
Students appearing in the senior secondary school examination of the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) were today found indulging in mass copying in Punjabi paper held in the evening session at an examination centre at Chheharta , Amritsar.

Following this, the board authorities cancelled the paper conducted at Senior Secondary School, Chheharta .

PSEB chairman Dalbir Singh Dhillon said the matter came to the fore when a flying squad found that parents and teachers were actively involved in the act. Instead of accepting their mistake, the parents protested and damaged property of the school.
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« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2010, 08:13:16 AM »
Poor arrangements haunt PSEB examinees
Gurbaxpuri

Chohla Sahib (Tarn Taran), March 5
Inadequate arrangements made by the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) for conducting examinations have become a severe headache not only for the examinees but also for the invigilating staff, the school authorities and officials of the department.

According to information collected by this correspondent from different examination centres in the area yesterday, it was observed that the PSEB not only failed to appoint adequate staff for supervision but there was also no arrangement of desks, besides drinking water and toilets for girl students.

There are two blocks each at Government Secondary School (Boys) and Government Girls Secondary School (Girls). About 900 examinees have been appearing at the boys' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''school.

It required four deputy superintendents and 22 supervisors, besides one superintendent and 16 supervisors and the same staff for the girls' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''examination centre.

Against these 50 staff members, the board has appointed only two deputy superintendents and two supervisors.

The school staff had to manage staff on their own where some instructions of the board have been violated in routine. The school does not even have the required number of rooms to make the examinees sit.

There should be 22 rooms for the examinees, whereas the school has only 17 rooms. Most of the students (examinees) were forced to sit on the floor.

Rasal Singh, Principal of the school and controller of the examination centre, said that observing problems in the policy of the board, he wrote a letter to the board authorities that in case of lapses in conducting smooth examinations, the responsibility would be of the board.

The same was the position in the centre at the girls' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''school of the township where 750 examinees have been appearing. Manjit Kaur, Principal-cum-controller, said due to a shortage of desks and benches, students were made to sit on the ground.

Girl examinees were seen sitting on the ground at the examination centre of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa Senior Secondary School, Sarhali, 22 km from here.

The same position prevailed at the examination centres at Government Secondary School, Naushehra Pannuan, Goindwal Sahib, Nagoke, Ekal Gadda, Kirtowal, Khadoor Sahib, Bath, Kang and others.

A piquant situation arose at Government Secondary School, Goindwal Sahib, when some outsiders quarrelled on the school premises during the examination.

Outside interference was also observed at Naushehra Pannuan, Chohla Sahib, Bath, Nagoke, Ekal Gadda and other centres.

D.K. Mahia, District Education Officer (SE), was of the view that a shortage of staff was observed at certain centres and the district authorities had to make on-the-spot arrangements.

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« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2010, 09:00:18 AM »

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« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2010, 08:54:59 AM »

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« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2010, 08:55:29 AM »
Teachers as well as students of over 3,000 schools across the state are up in arms against the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) for alleged discrepancies and out-of-syllabus questions in papers of various classes.

They have demanded grace marks from the board for errors in the question papers of exams of Physics and Accountancy of Class XII; English, Hindi and home science of Class X; and computer science of Class VIII. Rajinder Sharma, president, Association of the PSEB Affiliated Schools, said, ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "The students have lost marks on account of printing and technical mistakes in the question papers. Moreover, there were a number of out-of- syllabus questions also in these papers.' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    '' ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "The board must compensate the loss by giving grace marks as it is the question of academic future of thousands of students,' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    '' remarked Sharma.

Kamal Sharma, a computer science teacher of a local PSEB-affiliated school added, ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "Many students might fail to clear their exams due to the loss of vital marks because of the problematic questions. They should be aptly compensated.' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    ''

Shashi, another teacher, added such questions created panic among students during the exams and resulted in a loss of crucial exam time. Sharma stated that the association had held a meeting in Ludhiana to discuss the issue. ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "After deliberations among the representatives of various districts from across the state, we have decided to press the board for grace marks to students in the papers that had discrepancies.' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    ''

Meanwhile, PSEB vice-chairman Dr Suresh Tandon confirmed that they had received numerous complaints regarding the issue. ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "But we cannot take a decision simply following complaints from the students,' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    '' he remarked.

Dr Tandon, however, said, ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "As per the general policy of the board, a committee of subject experts would be constituted to decide whether grace marks should be given or not.' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    ''

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Re: PSEB
« Reply #6 on: October 08, 2010, 08:55:46 AM »
Schools want board to revoke decision
Charu Chhibber/TNS

Ludhiana, April 4
Schools affiliated to the PSEB across the state have demanded the revocation of the board' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    '' s decision to make mandatory filling of examination forms for classes X and XII at the time of admission. They have termed it as against students and their parents' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''welfare.

The decision is applicable to all board-affiliated government-aided and open schools and requires them to provide information regarding admissions to the board by April 10. The board will send examination forms to the schools by April 30 that need to be filled and submitted by May 15. The decision implies that students of these schools will neither be able to change their school in mid-session nor they will be able to take admission in the middle of the academic year. It also means that those students whose examination forms will not be submitted will not be eligible to appear in annual examinations. However, the state Association of the PSEB-Affiliated Schools said it was not possible to fill examination forms at the time of admission up to April 10.

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« Reply #7 on: December 12, 2010, 12:58:50 PM »
School board declares Class X (first semester) exam results
Mohali, December 10
Already running behind schedule by 20 days, the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) today declared the first semester results of Class X exams, which were conducted in September under the semester system for the first time . The detailed results can be seen on the board'   '     '    ''   '    ' ' '   '     ' ' '   ' ' '    ''   ' '   '    ' ''   '     ' ' '   ' ' '    ''   ' '   '    ' ' s website www.pseb.ac.in from 6 am onwards tomorrow.

In an official communication issued this evening, PSEB chairman Dalbir Singh Dhillon said of the total 3, 42,213 candidates, who had appeared in the exams, 2, 21,258 had been declared successful, taking the pass percentage to 64.66.

However, the figures of the candidates having results late (RL) or in the re-appear category have not been revealed. Subject wise percentage is also yet to be revealed.

A senior board official said: '   '     '    ''   '    ' ' '   '     ' ' '   ' ' '    ''   ' '   '    ' ''   '     ' '  ' '   ' ' '    ''   '  "Though the board has been saying that the semester system has to be made successful, with 40 per cent of the candidates either failing or having compartment in the first semester, one can imagine the outcome of the exams in the second semester.'   '     '    ''   '    ' ' '   '     ' ' '   ' ' '    ''   ' '   '    ' ''   '     ' '  '  '   '    ' '

Since the second semester will be conducted in February, for failed and re-appear candidates, the board has fixed December 30 as the last date (without late fee), Rs 500 with late fee (up to January 6, 2011) and Rs 1,000 with late fee (up to January 13). The list of failed/ re-appear candidiates will be available with the respective district, field offices (depots) of the board by December 16.

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