14 Gurugram schools made mistakes in marking Class 9 students
| Saturday | 12th January, 2019
GURUGRAM: Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) is trying to figure out the reasons for the poor performance of students in the Class 10 board exams.
One school made mistakes in checking Physical and Health Education (PHE) answer sheets and two wrongly calculated PHE marks.
The aim is to improve the Class 10 pass percentage next year.”Seven schools in Gurugram made mistakes in checking the Hindi answer sheets and two wrongly calculated the marks.
It has found mistakes in checking and scoring answer sheets in 14 city schools.While 51.15% students from Haryana passed the Class 10 exams, only 45.67% students from Gurugram cleared the 2017-18 exams, placing it in the 16th rank among 21 districts.
As part of its efforts, the board collected around 1,000 final exam answersheets of Class 9 students from random schools across the state and got them rechecked.
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