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SSC 2023 .. Target Oriented Program (TOP) Released by CSE

Pre-Final 8th March to 16th
F.A.4 Cancelled for SSC
Long Periods Time Table

The TOP examination  will be worth  20 marks  in each subject.

•    Two periods  will  be allotted every  day for each of the  four subjects.

•     One zero hour from 8:15 AM to 9:15 AM and one last hour from 4 PMto  5  PM are  allotted  for study hours each day for two subjects.

•        Those study  hours  may also be converted into  examination periods depending on necessity and feasibility.

•        The weightage  of each subject is  given based on the failures in the previous  SSC  results.  More failures in  a subject merit  more periods.

•        As per the  two-period  timetable, the first 45 minutes  are  allotted for preparing  for and answering the TOP question  paper supplied  by the TOP subject experts,  and in  the following 45 minutes, students  are expected  to answer  the given  question paper.

•        Students  should maintain  a  separate notebook for each subject to write  all  the TOP examination  papers of the subject  in  it.  The teacher should  value  the answers soon after the  completion  of the TOP exam and analyze  them, focusing  on the  weak points areas of the  students.

•        The headmasters  should  also concentrate  effectively on students who fail  in  one or two subjects to  improve the  overall result of the school.

•        Teachers  should show the TOP work when  the  inspecting officers visit the  school.

•        The question  papers  should be set  in  such a way that the  entire syllabus  is  covered  in  a stipulated  time.  The question papers  should also be prepared while  keeping  in view low-performing  students  in particular and high-performing students  in  general.

•        Six full-length  question  papers are  also prepared,  designed especially to cater to  the needs of high-performing students.

•        This high-performing group  of students  prepares for and answers  the full-length  question papers  at  home. This strategy will  help the high performing students  in  putting up a  superior performance in  public exams.

•    This is  a suggestive  academic  plan to help the heads of the institutions and their teachers  at the  field level.

•                  However,  the heads and teachers  can alter the  weightage  of subjects to  suit their school-specific needs within  the framework of this  broader academic  plan.  In case of any alternative  academic plan,  the concerned  schools  are responsible  for meeting  such needs of change.

•        The target-oriented  program (TOP)  will be implemented  till  the end of   March  2023.

Role  of DCEB

•                  DCEB has to develop  test items for 8 marks,  4 marks,  2 marks  and one mark questions  by utilising the  services  of subject expert teacher in  their concerned  districts.

•     Communicate  day wise practicing  questions to  all Headmasters through WhatsApp  groups  or in any online  mode  in advance.

•                  Communicate    detailed schedule  of the  program to all  High Schools with  proper instructions.

Role of teacher

•                  Every  subject teacher has to  classify their students  into  4 groups based on their learning level  (HAG,  MAG, MoAG,  LAG)

•    Collect or prepare academic support  material.

•        Collect day wise questions from headmaster and disseminate  these questions to  all 10th class students.

•     Give a  detailed  explanation on the  practicing  questions in the regular period and instruct students to read answers  thoroughly.

•  Peer  tutoring

• Entire  class must be divided in to  groups.

•        The students  should  be divided in to  above  average, average  and below  average  students  based on the  performance of the students  in the revision  test as well  as case study.

•        Each  group must consist of above  average,  average and below average  students.

•        Peer tutoring  must  be done during  study hours  where  in above average  and average  students help out slow bloomers  of their group.

•  Mentoring  and Adoption

•        All teachers  who handle  class 10 must adopt students.  For example if there  are 7 teachers  handling class 10 with  strength  of 35, each teacher must adopt 5 students.

•        Mentor teacher should  sit with  those students,  find  out their difficulties,  counsel them,  find  out the strengths  and weaknesses, and speak to  other teachers  of other subject to  know their progress, discuss  with them  strategies for  improvements  in each subject and help them in come  out of the  institution  with  flying  colors

Role of the Head M aster.

Headmaster should convened the parent  meeting  to make  aware about  the examination  system  and guidelines  for  SSC preparation and the  roll  of the  parents.

Headmaster should receive  the question  papers from  DCEB and to be disseminated  to  teachers.

Headmaster should ensure the TOP guidelines to be implemented scrupulously.

Headmaster should   share   the detailed analysis to  monitoring officers.

Role of Monitoring  Officers

•    Ensure  whether the  High School  headmaster disseminate  practice questions to  teachers/ students  a day  in  advance.

•        Ensure  whether the subject teacher conduct  practice period regularly.

•        Ensure  whether subject teacher has maintaining  a record  to  track performance  progress of individual  student.

•        DEO,  DCEB Sec,  AMO, SSA sectorial  officers,  DIET Principal,  faculty, Dy.  E.O,  MEO may    observe TOP implementation  during  their school visits


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