Chandigarh, September 15

Punjab school education department has released the date sheet for Punjab Achievement Survey (PAS). The survey is being conducted from September 21 to October 3. Meanwhile, the education department has decided to take the help of the Guardian of Governance for the success of the survey.

हाई ब्लड प्रेशर को कंट्रोल करना अब आपके हाथ में जानें अचूक उपाय || Acharya Mohan Gupta ||

Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the school education department said that the survey would be conducted for class I to XII. For first class students there will be 10 questions for each subject while for second to fifth class there will be 15 questions for each subject. Each question will be of 2 marks. According to the spokesperson, for students of class VI to X, each paper will have 20 questions and one paper will have 40 marks. The primary school survey examination will start on September 21 and end on September 25 while the survey of students from class VI to X will start on September 21 and end on September 26. Surveys for the XI and XII will begin on September 21 and end on October 3.

बिना ऑपरेशन टॉन्सिल्स हो सकते है ठीक बस जरा सा रखें ध्यान || Dr. Sujata Arya ||

Meanwhile, the Punjab School Education Department has directed the District Education Officers and School Heads to take the help of Guardian of Governance (GOG) for the survey. From the directions given by the Punjab Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla education department has decided to seek the help of the Guardian of Governance. Punjab Achievement Survey (PAS) being conducted for the evaluation of the learning outcomes of the students of government and government aided schools.

पशु पक्षी की एक प्रजाति विलुप्त होते ही पेड़ों की भी प्रजाति विलुप्त हो जाएगी

According to the spokesperson, Director SCERT has issued a letter to the district education officers and school heads in this regard and asked them to involve Guardian of Governance in this task. He said that the Guardian of Governance could play a pivotal role in the activities of the Punjab Achievement Survey in schools and in the community beside ensuring the participation of children in this survey.

-Nav Gill