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FA1: Formative Assessment-1 in 2021-22 – Day wise Activity Details and Tests Time Table with Certain guidelines


FA1: Formative Assessment-1 for the academic year 2021-22 – Day wise Activity Details and Tests Time Table with Certain guidelines

Rc.No. ESE02/567/2021-SCERT /2021 Dated: 14/10/2021

Sub: - School Education – SCERT, A.P. – Formative Assessment-1 for the academic year 2021-22 – Certain guidelines – Issued.

Ref: - 1. Memo. No: 151/A & I /2021 Dated 08.09.2021.

2. Academic Calendar for 2021-22.

3. This office proceedings Rc.No. ESE02/567/2021-SCERT /2021, dated 24.09.2021 



Additional guidelines:

a. This time a common question paper will be prescribed by SCERT for all subjects, all classes and all managements

b. FA1 tests shall be conducted as per the schedule given above

c. The soft copy of the question paper pertaining to the subject concerned will be communicated to the headmasters through the concerned inspecting officers through WhatsApp one hour before the commencement of examination.

d. The concerned inspecting officers shall disseminate the same to all the field functionaries.

e. Headmasters shall ensure that question papers shall be displayed on green / black boards (first 15 minutes of scheduled time).

f. SoP and COVID Protocol should be followed scrupulously during examination

g. Evaluation of answer scripts by the teachers and by the third party, recording marks in central marks registers, distribution of progress cards, uploading of marks in web portal should be completed as per schedule.

h. Remedial teaching shall be planned for identified slow learners performance in FA1 and shall ensure their seamless transition to the next level of learning.

i. Evaluated answer scripts should be preserved for verification by the authorities. 


FA1 Schedule Proceedings 24-09-2021

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