Post Test Question Papers 2023 or Endline Test Papers 2023 have been prepared by the State Council of Education Research and Training, SCERT Telangana under the various programmes like., FLN Programme, Tholimettu Programme, ABC Programme, LEP Programme, 3Rs Programme, download Baseline Test papers for ABC, LEP, 3Rs Programme.
Previously, SCERT prepapred the ABC Programme Post Test Question Papers under LEP 3Rs Program for TS Schools. Telugu Medium Class wise and Subject wise Baseline Test Question Papers, English Medium Class wise and Subject wise Baseline Test Question Papers are prepared by Telangana Samagra Siksha Abhiyan for conducting the Endline Test in July month.
ABC Programme in Telangana Schools: TS Schools Children Achievement Level Test(CALT) Question Papers/Pre Test/Baseline Test/Post-test/Endline test Question Papers for LEP 3Rs Programme/Children Achievement Level Test(CALT)/ Guidelines and instructions for Implementation of remedial teaching programme:
DSE Telangana has given guidelines for conducting Remedial Teaching Programme (RTP) to Primary, Upper Primary and high schools in all TS Schools. Before starting of RTP, first a Baseline test should be conducted to 3rd class to 8th class students in Telugu, English, Mathematics subjects. In this connection, Baseline Test Question papers i.e., i.e., Diagnostic Test / Children Achievement Level Test / Competencies Achievement Test Question papers have been prepared and sent to all the DEOs. So, all teachers should conduct the Baseline Test with these question papers as per schedule in our schools.
ABC Programme Baseline Test /Pre Test Question Papers:
- RW TELUGU
- English Pre Test
- ENGLISH Post Test
- Baseline Test Question Papers for 3Rs Programme
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E. English Subject:
M. Maths Subject:
ABC Question Papers
- Model Post Test Papers for ABC Programe
- External and Internal Evaluation Question Papers
- ABC Programme Pre Test & Post Test Question Papers
- Guidelines for Implementation of 3Rs Programme/Remedial Teaching Programme
The school education department asked all teachers to design instructional strategies for children based on the result of baseline assessment conducted after resumption of offline classes. The department issued a series of instructions for teachers after basement assessment of class VI and VII. The department noticed that as teachers did not analyze the results of basement assessment of class VIII students nor did they take any follow up action.
After the baseline assessment the results have not been analyzed in the classroom with the students and no follow up measures have been taken. It was expected that on the basis of the results question wise analysis can be made in the classroom, where the high achievers can help the low achievers in an encouraging atmosphere.
This assessment drive is not to be considered as an examination for the students, instead it should be treated as an attempt to know the learning levels of students and to identify the learning loss of every child due to prolonged closure of schools. The results of the assessment can prove to be a game changer for school learning by planning suitable intervention through appropriate instructional designs for overcoming the learning loss of the students and ensuring their further learning.
Online classes were not very satisfactory for the children who attended, while many children were deprived from it due to various reasons. The baseline assessment would have assessed the standard and learning abilities of students, lessons of previous classes were revised, and to know how much the kids remembered about the previous years’ lessons. But the teachers did not take it seriously. The question papers for the assessment test were prepared by the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) to know the learning abilities of children.
For the assessment test of class VI and VII, the department asked teachers to share the answer sheets with students and parents and analyze the mistakes. Peer learning will be promoted by referring to previous years’ textbooks. Teachers will counsel and give extra attention to slow learners. Children will be asked to practice workbooks on previous lessons. Development of writing and reading activities must be emphasized by engaging kids in various activities.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDEX-OFFICIO STATE PROJECT DIRECTOR, SAMAGRA SHIKSHA, TELANGANAProc. Rc. No. 3117/TSS/Pdf/T6/2019. Dated: 23.09.2019.
Subject: Samagra Shiksha, Telangana State, Hyderabad Implementation of Attainment of Basic Competencies-ABC (Moolalloki veldam) program Conduct of Post Test Reg.
1) Proc. Rc. No. 3117/TSS/Pdg/T6/2019, dated: 01072019 & 15072019 from the CSE & E.O:SPD, TSS, Hyderabad
2) Proc. Rc. No. 3117/TSS/Pdg/T6/2019, dated: 14.08.2019 given by CSE&E.O: SPD, TSS for upload pre-test data in the child-info website
All the District Educational Officer and Ex-officio Project Officer of Samagra Shiksha in the State are informed that Attainment of Basic Competencies-ABC (Moolalloki veldam) program has been implementing in all Govt., Local body Schools and KGBVs in this academic year.
As such the District Educational Officers are monitoring the programme with Headmaster, School Complex Head Masters, Sectoral Officers and Mandal Educational Officers for implementation. The pre-test has been conducted in all Govt. Local body and KGBVs and results are being uploaded on the website. Further, it is scheduled to conduct a Post Test for students who are undergoing remedial teaching after Pre-test.
Therefore, the District Educational Officer Ex-officio Project Officer in the State are requested to instruct all Head Masters and Mandal Educational Officers to prepare their own post-test paper and conduct Attainment of Basic Competencies-ABC (Moolalloki veldam) post-test on 24-09-2019 and 25-09-2019 and upload Post-test results on or before 27-09-2019 and they are requested to given instructions to all the Headmasters and Mandal Education Officers to ensure the standard of Post-Test paper as compared to the pre-test.
LEP 3Rs Programme
Baseline Test: Assessment starts with a baseline assessment at the beginning of the academic year for all subjects and classes based on which the teacher set targets and plan for teaching. A baseline test is diagnostic in nature to be conducted at the beginning of the academic year to understand how far the children posses expected competencies to follow the regular syllabus of the class. In case if the children do not possess required basic competencies remedial teaching shall be planned by the concerned teachers.
Remedial Teaching material for TS Schools to Improve 3Rs Competencies: Already, DSE Telangana prepared the remedial teaching material and sent to all the schools to improve the basic competencies of reading, writing and arithmetic to all the students who do not possess competencies under 3Rs Basic competencies improvement programme.
Objective: The main objective of the 3Rs Basic competencies improvement programme/RTP is to impart the basic skills such as reading, writing, simple arithmetic for those children who lack them.
Instructions to Teachers:
- Baseline Test question papers in Telugu, English and Maths should be conducted on the starting of Academic year
- For each competency have 5 questions.
- If a student gives 4 correct answers out of 5 questions, A grade should be given to a student
- If a student gives 2 or 3 correct answers out of 5 questions. B grade should be given to a student
- If a student does 1 or None correct answers out of 5 questions, C grade should be given to a student
- After, Completion of evaluation, divide the children into 3 groups like A Group, B Group & C Group.
- The teacher should teach the regular syllabus to 1st and 2nd Classes as per Academic Calendar
- In the morning session, Teachers should teach regular syllabus subject to 3rd to 5th Classes,
- In the afternoon session, Teachers should implement the minimum levels of achieving LEP-3Rs competencies and teach with remedial teaching material