Schools Will Now Be Inspected Thrice A Year: State Education Department

For the academic year 2019-2020, the first visit is scheduled to be conducted in October-November, followed by the second visit in December-January, and the third in February-March.

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The State Education Department is all set to revamp its inspection process. The department recently released a draft which stated that from the academic year 2019-2020, the schools will be inspected thrice every year as compared to once in a year. Schools have to fill their inspection details in the Unified District Information on School Education (UDISE) system.

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However, even when the inspection took place once every year, the data was not shown appropriately on UDISE. Every year, after the inspection, the authorities were not able to conduct a follow-up and the results had deteriorated. Therefore now the inspection will be held thrice a year which will ensure that the schools implement the suggestions on improvement accordingly. 

For the academic year 2019-2020, the first visit is scheduled to be conducted in October-November, followed by the second visit in December-January, and the third in February-March. The suggestion has been implemented to adhere to the norms that are laid down by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and improve the School Education Quality Index (SEQI).

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