Kohima: The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) on Monday notified that the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations would be conducted in April.

The HSLC examination is scheduled to be held from April 7-21. The HSSLC examination is scheduled to be conducted from April 6-29. The Board notified that the tentative date of HSLC and HSSLC examinations results declaration would be in June.

The Board also directed that the Class XI promotion examination will be conducted by the respective schools from March 11-31. However, detailed instructions will be provided later.

All the Board examinations are to be conducted with pen and paper through offline mode. The examination routines are made available in the Board’s Website at www.nbsenl.edu.in

The NBSE notified that with the provision of reopening of schools, the institutions that have Science stream can conduct practical classes in smaller groups for class XI and XII students, based on the practical syllabus.

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It also directed the teachers to conduct practical classes for subjects, and make assessments based on the practical conducted in the class. The marks of these assessments will be taken as practical marks along with practical record book assessment.

All internal assessments and project work for all the subjects are to be conducted by the schools through online or offline mode before the conduct of HSLC, Class XI Promotion and HSSLC Examinations. Class XI examination is scheduled for March.

After conducting the internal, practical, project work, the schools are to maintain a record and keep the marks ready to be submitted to the Board on the dates as and when notified.

Subject teachers shall also inform the students about the question bank of different subjects uploaded on the official website on July 27. The teachers must also inform the students about the reduced syllabus for the examinations uploaded on the official website on September 1 last year. Blueprint of all subjects uploaded in the Office website on December 2 must be downloaded and circulated to all subject teachers, it informed.

The teachers must study the blueprint and acquaint themselves with the blueprint of the question paper. They must guide students with the type and design of questions given in the blueprint.

Model tests must also be conducted by all schools by February 5. The results must be submitted to the Board from February 6-12. All schools must also adopt necessary measures to track the learning outcomes of the students and give remedial, coaching classes either online or offline in order to prepare the students for the examinations.

All heads of institutions must ensure that COVID-19 SOPs are strictly followed.

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