In the new school report card, the roles of parents, classmates, self-assessment, feedback, under the auspices of NCERT, have been incorporated

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The holistic progress card (HPC) has been prepared for foundational stage (grades 1 and 2), preparatory stage (grades 3 to 5), and middle stage (grades 6 to 8) and is currently in use. Work is underway to develop a secondary stage card.

Moving away from traditional methods of assessment based on grades and grades provided by school teachers, the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has prepared a new “Comprehensive” report card, which includes the opinions of parents, classmates, and extensive self-assessment. Students are encouraged to regularly track their overall progress.

Under the auspices of NCERT, the National Assessment and Accreditation Agency has prepared a holistic progress card (HPC) for foundational stage (grades 1 and 2), preparatory stage (grades 3 to 5), and middle stage (grades 6 to 8), and it is currently in use. Work is underway to develop a card for the secondary stage.

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