New Delhi : The HRD Ministry om Monday released the National Achievement Survey report conducted in November last to assess the level of learning of students of Classes 3, 5 and 8.
The survey was conducted on 2.2 million students from 110,000 schools across India.
Speaking at the report launch, Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said the survey results will be used to devise educational plans for school students at all levels.
“The inferences will be used to design classroom interventions meant for all schools in various districts. The findings will help understand the efficiency of the education system.
“The survey results will help guide the education policy, in planning and implementation at the national, state, district and classroom levels for improving learning in children and bringing about qualitative improvements,” Javadekar said.
Emphasising the role of technology in education, he said the government will try to install digital blackboards in all schools in the next five years.
The survey data can be accessed on the MHRD website.