Punjab has improved its performance the most. The year 2017 was below the national average but in 2021 Punjab scored above the national average at all levels. Punjab topped in 11 subjects out of 15 subjects assessed at level four among students to measure the learning ability of students.
Students of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Chandigarh, Rajasthan, Assam, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh are top in Mathematics subject. The students of class III, V, VIII, and X of these states have performed exceptionally well. This has been revealed in the report of the National Achievement Survey 2021.
If compare with National Achievement Survey 2017 then school students of Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, and Haryana have got better performance edge but still, they need to work harder so that they are included in the overall best category Can you Based on the report, the Center will now work with the states to plan reforms in school education.
The Union Education Ministry released the report of the National Achievement Survey 2021 this week. For this, students of 3rd, 5th, 8th, and 10th standards from government, private, and government-aided schools of all states were included. In Mathematics, the performance of Jammu and Kashmir, Assam, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Odisha, Punjab, and Rajasthan is better in class III, whereas Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Delhi have performed better than the average.
However, there is an improvement compared to the previous years. Similarly, in class V, the performance of Jammu and Kashmir, Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra in Mathematics is better, while the performance of Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand has been below average. At the same time, Bihar, Chandigarh, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, and Rajasthan have topped class VIII.
While the performance of Bihar, Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Delhi, Puducherry, Punjab, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh is excellent in class X, the performance of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Telangana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu is below average.
Tamil Nadu surprised
Students from Tamil Nadu are at the forefront of board examinations across the country but have been found to be lagging behind in this survey. Some of the state’s eighth and tenth-grade students were found to be lacking in learning outcomes. The performance of Tamil Nadu students in Class X is below the national average in all subjects except English in Classes III, V, VIII and X. Their performance has decreased compared to the National Achievement Survey 2017, reflecting the impact of the pandemic on learning outcome.
Punjab has improved its performance the most. The year 2017 was below the national average but in 2021 Punjab scored above the national average at all levels. Punjab topped in 11 subjects out of 15 subjects assessed at level four among students to measure the learning ability of students. According to the survey, students of Punjab scored third-grade maths (355), language (339), EVS (334), class 5 maths (316), language (339), and EVS (310), class 8 maths (297). ), Language (338), Science (287), Social Science (288), and Class 10 Mathematics (273) but the state’s performance in Class X in Modern Indian Languages, Science, Social Science, and English Subject Fell down to a second place. Earlier in 2017, Punjab’s score for Class 3 in Language subject was 330 and in EVS was 308. The Class 5 score was 306 in Languages, 293 in Mathematics, and 297 in EVS. The score for Class 8 was 299 in Languages, 243 in Mathematics, 257 in Science, and 258 in Social Science.
a look at the performance
Topics 2017 2021
Language 68 62
math 64 57
environmental science 65 57
Topics 2017 2021
language 58 55
maths 53 44
Environmental Science 57 48
Topics 2017 2021
Language 57 53
math 42 36
science 44 39
social science 44 39
The performance of 10th students also dropped
social science 37
Modern Indian Language 41
(figures in percent)
About 45 percent of the students agreed, that studying at home was very fun during the Corona period.
n50 percent of the students said that there was no difference between home and school classrooms. Learned in both places.
n78 percent of the students agreed, on the lines of school, assignment work continued to be done during their studies at home. Overall, the burden of studies did not reduce.
About 70 percent of the students said, due to the Corona period, they got new information about education, technology, and technology. This will prove to be very helpful to them in the future.