How To Achieve Top Result in SSC (10th Class Annual Exams)?

Detailed guidelines and instructions have been given by the District authorities on How to Achieve Top Results in SSC. Action Plan for SSC has been released on this subject. DEOs Released Special action plan for improving 10th class results. 

As per our new school timings and time table high schools are working from 9.00 AM to 4.30 PM. In addition to these working hours one hour in the morning i.e., 8 AM to 9 AM should be spent on activities based on topics taught in the classroom.

One hour i.e 4.30 to 5.30 in the evening should be spent on projects, exercises, book analysis, experiments related to the topics, stress to be laid upon acquiring knowledge, understanding the concepts, elaborating the subject. children should be exposed to debates, discussions, creative expression and self-expression.

“If you study with perfect planning exam can be celebrated as festival, that’s why success can be achieved by planning, re-memorizing and writing (practice)”

How To Achieve Top Results in SSC

Teacher’s part: The syllabus should be completed by the end of January. The teaching-learning procedure should be implemented according to the model time table. Mobile phones usage should be strictly prohibited during teaching and also school hours.

Only one casual leave per month. Headmaster has all the discretionary powers in this regard of sanctioning leave. Special teaching/revision programme to be held on second Saturday as per earlier planning. Children should not be left alone and must be handed over to the responsible teacher.

Children should be divided into A, B, C groups after announcing the S.A I results. Conduct remedial teaching to improve the levels of ‘C’ group students. It is a subject teacher’s responsibility to ensure that all students should pass in his concerned subject.

Announcing result and reviewing is a must after conducting each exam. Subject teachers should prepare subject wise and student wise work is done statement and hand over it to the Headmaster.

Collect the contact numbers of parent and circulate the absence report of their children. Teacher’s punctuality and time maintenance is a crucial part to achieve the goal.

Regularly review the progress of adopted children and guide them in a proper way. The other innovative ideas to achieve better goals can be implemented. They can be helpful to other schools in the coming futures. Hence you are requested to report them.

In this process, the other classes should not be neglected. Teachers should prepare short questions and objective questions of their own for ‘C’ group children to achieve the minimum qualifying marks in their concerned subjects. Make ‘C’ group students practice them.

Prepare objective questions for ‘A group students to get 100% marks. Higher authorities may monitor on special classes over the phone, so be punctual and maintain time table thoroughly.

Action will be taken by headmasters to sanction CCL’s to teachers who work on holidays as per eligibility. All the activities done by teachers and students should be entered in the register related to special classes.

Prior information about the absence, intimation to Headmaster along with the CL application are a must. Teachers should mutually make adjustments to conduct special classes in case of their absence.

Special attention to be paid on slow learners in the time of teaching and study hours. Subject wise, Topic wise question bank should be prepared by subject in the school teacher.

Head master’s part: Implement the model time table and encourage the effective teaching-learning process. Divide the students into A, B, C groups as per SA I results with the help of the teachers. Prepare strategies for different above-said groups.

Make attend arrangements in case of any subject teachers absence. Normal time table should be implemented along with a time table for special classes. Irrespective of the presence, absence or being in-charge as MEO, one should ensure the proper implementation of teaching-learning, readiness programme for SSC students.

Continuous supervision on SSC students and teachers teaching for SSC students. Special counselling sessions should be held for regular absentees and low achievement students.

Conduct meetings with parents of SSC students and educate them,  with the steps to be taken for better results. Discuss the reasons for the absence of students with their parents.

Ensure to conduct the special classes on second Saturday as per schedule. Take the co-operation from SMC members, villagers and parents. Subject priorities can be changed according to pupils standards.

Collect the parent’s phone numbers and discuss with them their children’s progress. Make the teachers interact with parents if necessary. Co-ordinate all the subject teachers for best results.

Allot suitable numbers of teachers according to the strength, sections. Make all the teachers prepare special register with students marks and grades and make it available for Inspection authorities at the time of inspection.

These guidelines to be circulated among all the teachers. Observe minimum of two days teaching-learning process during a week. Observe whether each teacher is paying special attention to slow learners or not.

Make the non-ssc teaching staff assist the SSC teaching staff in the time of study hours. Never encourage the students use guides and question banks in the school. Make the library and lab available for students.

Divide the SSC students into equal standards groups and allot a teacher as a mentor to each group. Encourage the students to lead different programmes in the school. Keep model question papers available for teachers. These papers are available on SCERT Official website.

Educate students, teachers and parents with reforms brought in the examination pattern. In case of any hostel students studying in your school consult concerned H.W.O and ensure attendance.

Deputy Educational Officers Part: Monitor all the schools for proper functioning and implementation of teaching-learning and readiness programmes.

Address the problems faced by the schools and try to solve them immediately. Monitor some schools in their division on phone and maintain a register with details. Focus on the low result of delivering schools.

Teaching, learning and Readiness practices:

  1. Completion of the syllabus by January 31
  2. Monitoring and Study.
  3. Revision.
  4. Remedial teaching
  5. Classifying doubts.
  6. Conducting experiments.
  7. Conducting projects, Reinforcement activities, usage of advanced material.
  8. Conducting daily slip test and assessment.
  9. Preparing question according to blue print.
  10. Extensive reading -Analysis(for languages)
  11. Using Dictionaries.
  12. Encouraging the students to complete the exercises given at the end of the lessons.
  13. Map pointing, Map reading, Reading Newspapers, magazines to be encouraged.
  14. To develop the ability to make questions in students.
  15. Principles, definitions, problem making and problem solving techniques practising …….should be emphasized.
  16. Make the students practice grammar exercises in 1st, 2nd and 3rd languages.
  17. Each teacher should take care that questions prepared by him/her be practised by the learners.

Model Time Table for SSC Special Classes

Days 8 AM to 9 PM 4.30 PM to 5.30 PM
MondayTeluguSocial Studies
TuesdayHindiMathematics
WednesdayEnglishPhysics/Natural Science
ThursdayMathematicsEnglish
FridayPhysics/Natural ScienceTelugu
SaturdaySocial StudiesHindi

Guidelines for Improving SSC Result (Achievement of Better Result in SSC): The Principals/ Headmasters of Secondary Schools in the district are informed that in certain colleges/Schools the SSC public Examinations results are poor in the past few years.

Ordered to ensure the quality of Education to improve standards and the Academic Performance of the student’s achievement of better results in SSC Public Examinations, March 2020, the following steps have to be taken up by the Principals/Headmaster concerned. SSC Public Examinations, March 2021 -Improving the SSC results and certain guidelines issued-

Guidelines for Improving SSC Results: 1. Conduct special classes in the morning and evening daily, giving more weightage to the difficult concepts. 2. Complete the syllabus in each subject as per School Academic Calendar. 3. Arrange for a demonstration on the concepts in physical science and Biological science practical for more conceptual clarity to the student

4. Provide additional study material to the students. 5. Conduct monthly meetings with the parents of X class students starting from the month of December 2015 to review the progress of each student in all subjects. Request the parents to ensure for regular attendance of the Students and providing for study at home. The parents whose children are toppers should be requested to talk and share their experiences with other Parents.

6. Start through  revision in each subject after completion of syllabus. 7. See that any teacher should not discourage any students for poor performance, instead encourage the students and built up confidence. 8. After analyzing the results of unit test/terminal exams identify the week Children in each subject and take steps to improve their performance.

9. All subject teachers should adopt weak children of their subject for improving performance in their subject duly paying special attention.
10. conduct daily slip /review test after giving sufficient study time to students on a daily basis under the supervision of subject teachers

11. After conducting the test  arrange to evaluate the answer script immediately and bring the correction/mistakes, if any to the notice of the students. without evaluating the answer scripts of the previous test, the teachers should not conduct one more test. The Headmaster has to supervise all teachers and periods in this aspect.

12. All subject Teachers shall make the X class students practice the model question papers of each subject. 13. The headmaster should conduct a weekly subject review meeting with X class subject teachers to review the performance of students in each subject. The Headmaster should personally interact with students on their performance at least once a week.

14. All subject teachers should maintain progress reports of their subject. 15. Headmaster to arrange inspiring/motivating talks by the topper and previous batches of X class from the school. 16. Conduct oath-taking daily by X class students every day in their classroom. 17. Headmaster has to act as a team leader. There is no target. The only target is that every child should pass the X class exam.

18. Children may face stress during the preparation period and exams. One of the teachers who have motivational capacities may be designated as X class children counsellor.  He /She should be able to interact with the children and give personal counselling as an when required.

All the Principal/Headmasters are requested to bestow their special attention to this item of work and ensure better and qualitative results in the ensuing SSC public Examination March 2020 and make the district top in the state.

Instructions for the improving of SSC Results: Adverting to the subject cited all the Head Masters in the District are hereby requested to follow the guidelines to improve SSC results in March 2021. 1. Friendly relation may be maintained with students and parents for their regular attendance to the schools.

2. Read the Academic Calendar thoroughly and implement the programmes which are shown regularly. 3. See that the syllabus to be completed by December. 4. Conduct special classes to the students morning and evening. 5. We are going to provide very soon in the mean time, take the help of NGOs and parents for snacks,

6. Conduct Parent-Teacher Meeting regularly and discuss the health and behaviour of the students and advise them to give good food at their houses. Tell their academic standards also. 7. Take the slow learners list from the Subject teachers and advise them to give needful coaching separately.

8. Maintain a Register for every subject separately and write down the steps taken by subject teachers about slow learners. 9. See the slow learners may be graded and which were can be improvised and take it as time-bound program Ex.: 0-10% marks, 10%-20% marks, 20%-35% marks, first concentrate on the lag one, then second and so on

10. Take the students names those who passed in 5 subjects and failed in a single subject. The first concentrate on that subject, next passed in 4 subjects (failed in 2 subjects) and so on. Then the school result will be improved. 11. Observe the classes regularly and note the teaching learning process in class rooms. Advise the teachers about their goals.

12. Notes corrections, Project work, Lab activities, Maths home work, Social and Language works regularly may be monitored. 13. CCE Cumulative Registers should be filled completely. Progress reports should be sent to parents. 14. Take phone no.s of parents and contact them regularly.

15. Conduct more tests like special tests and assignments regularly and see that the student should not feel fear about exams.

16. Observe the answer scripts of S.A. exams and see that the students standards. Give feedback to the students on the strength and weakness of the students. Answer scripts should send to parents and so as to inform the progress of the children and take the signature of the parents on the answer scripts.

17. All the TIMs are informed that a State/District level monitoring teams are going to visit all the schools and will see the standards of the students. 18. They will also observe the answer scripts, implementation of CCE, quality of class mom transaction, annual plans, lesson plans, utilization or existing resources such as labs, library, TLM, school infrastructure, Haritha diagram, cleanness etc.

19. All the Head Masters are requested to follow the above guidelines for the improvement of SSC results March. 1n addition to this they can implement the other programmes with the consultation of staff.

Guidelines for Preparing the 10th Class students for SSC Exams

TEACHER: Completion of the syllabus by end of January 2023 as per the academic calendar. Those students whose performance is good, for them revision could be taken up.

For those children who are not up to the mark, try to find out where they are weak. For them, the revision of syllabus should be supplemented with remedial teaching.

The Teaching learning process should focus on conceptual understanding of the child rather than memorization of principles, formulae, and algorithms without understanding. Understanding of the concept should precede the memorization of said aspects or practice work or drill work.

Through your observation or through the tests that you are conducting or already conducted
(Slip tests, formative assessment, and summative assessment) diagnose the learner strengths and weaknesses concept-wise or area wise and provide remedial teaching in the areas in which the students are weak.

The teacher should make question wise /concept wise/ lesson wise analysis of the performance of the students in the pre-final examination or the assessment/examination last conducted. For this purpose, the following proforma can be put to use.

Note: Put a tick ( v) mark if the student response is satisfactory if it is not at satisfactory put ‘X’, which indicates the need for help from the teacher.

To pinpoint the student weakness, to assess his pre-requisite abilities or to assess his present status of related knowledge or skills, the teacher has to conduct the diagnostic test. Sometimes the diagnostic test may be intended to test the basic skills if the individual child is poor.

The diagnostic test may be framed for a group of children or for individual learner depending upon the learner weaknesses. This test should not be for all children.

Through the diagnostic test ascertain the weakness of the learner concept-wise, skill-wise. The diagnostic test or any other test should be followed with remedial instruction.

The remedial instruction should be learner specific; it is not general classroom instruction. If a certain group of children are found to be weak in the same concept or subject area, the teacher may conduct remedial instruction in groups.

Homogenous grouping is desirable at this stage i.e., same ability grouping for preparation of examination. Depending upon the abilities of the children (Knowledge and skill level), workable groups should be made.

In the remedial instruction, the teacher has to monitor the learner progress day-wise at least week wise and step up the teaching for the next concept or subject area.

The remedial instruction should be carried through tutoring, counselling. Individualized instruction or group instruction but certainly not whole-class instruction. Handholding is necessary for students who deserve academic support.

Keep constantly monitor the learning progress of the students. When you are correcting the answer scripts or notebooks, please do not limit to putting right or wrong symbol, please have a discussion with the student where and how he has gone wrong.

Please try to correct the answer scripts with suggestive answers, correct the mistakes of the children and give comments suggesting the follow-up action. The teacher has to review their work periodically and if necessary daily.

If sizable students do not understand the concept, please do teach and re-teach with changes in n teaching strategies with appropriate illustrations and contexts. If feasible use ICT as a teaching tool and as a learning tool.

Take the support of the high achievers in helping the students who are lagging behind, but be cautious that learning of the students who are helping should not suffer in this process.

Prepare a clear teaching-learning plan for every learner and especially for the children who are lagging. This can be done on an individual basis or group basis.

Analyze the syllabus and the model question paper, and identify the important concepts learnt by the students. Don’t encourage the students for drilling, mugging without understanding.

Every teacher should have two teaching plans one is for general teaching, usually done for the whole class and second for remedial teaching. This should be done based on the needs of the children.

HEADMASTER: Chalk out, day-wise, subject wise schedule for the study hours for the students before and after school hours. The Headmaster should ensure that the teachers should prepare teaching plans (General teaching plan and remedial plan).

He should conduct regular review meetings without disturbing the school instructional hours with the subject teachers and review the instructional plans and children progress.

If it is felt necessary, the services of retired teachers or the persons who are working in junior colleges may be utilized. Provide good ambience in the school and in the classroom.

Make school libraries particularly subject related books and teacher handbooks available for ready reference. Hold subject teacher meetings in the school and discuss the strategies to improve the children’s learning.

Take the support of other teachers also who are not dealing with class X, and tag the low performing students to these teachers for academic guidance and coaching. Adopt relaxation techniques such as breathing exercise, meditation, light exercises etc. for relaxation of muscles and as well as mind.

Proper seating arrangements with backrest may be made available for study hours. Provide energy drinks like glucose, nutritious snacks during study hours. Check the availability of emergency lights for study purpose.

Ensure the student progress data available in the prescribed formats and monitor the students progress periodically. As the study hours will be conducted in evening hours, take precautionary measures to ensure the safety and security of the students particularly girl students. Guidelines for Preparing the 10th Class students for SSC Exams

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