Assessments

For last 70 years we are used to the class and examination systemupto such extent that even thinking of the change makes us feel odd. But both these things are hurdlein the development of a child. National curriculum framework 2005 also accepts the negative impacts of present examination pattern. It also emphasizes the change in examination system. Considering these points Umang focus on constant and overall assessment of children. Which is divided into two main parts:-

  • Assessment of Academic Subjects:- In our terms it is evaluation of day to day activities. It helps teacher to understand that up to what extend concepts are clear and what better should be done in future. Secondly, it also helps to estimate the coverage of syllabus. In simple words, we can say that it helps teachers to make academic plans.

  • Evaluating children’s interests:- This is being organized in a specific timeframe, in which we try to understand the attitude and human values developed in a child. This way level of satisfaction and scope for improvement is analyzed.

Umang don’t organize any specific exams. When children demand for exams we announce assessment program. Where question paper is designed to check the clarity of concepts. Usually we organize assessment program twice a year, in which children participate without any pressure.

UmangPathshala is not affiliated from any board or government body. That’s why we don’t have authority to issue any certificate. Here we would like to mention that as per Right to Education act, there is no need of certificate for admission upto 8th standard. Children below 14 years age can get admission in any school.

After passing 10th class exam education board’s certificate satisfies all the purpose.
We are also planning to get affiliation from education board, so that we can also issue certificate for the benefit of students.