Bhopal. MP School Ranking 2022: The ranking of government schools from class 9th to class 12th in Madhya Pradesh has been announced. Directorate of Public Instruction has announced the ranking. Government schools performed poorly in the ranking. Damoh district topped with 83.2 points. Indore stood at 8th and Bhopal at 19th. Bhopal has got 75.1 percent A grade. Out of 52 districts, not a single one could get A plus status. Khargone district was the worst in the ranking. Khargone district c.
Not a single school got an A plus grade
In the grading given to government schools in Madhya Pradesh, not a single government school in the state got an A+ grade. No school in the state scored between 90 and 100 in A+ i.e. excellent grading. Damoh has secured the highest 83.2% marks. No school in Madhya Pradesh managed to achieve the best category. No D ranking has been given to any school. A grading consists of five categories: Excellent A(90-100), Good A(75-89.99), Satisfactory B(60-74.99), Average C(50-59.99), Poor D(0-49.99). None of these schools have received A+ (A+) grading, nor has any school received D (D) grading.
District ranking on 08 marks announced
The Directorate of Public Education has announced the ranking of schools for the first time. The ranking of schools from 9th to 12th has been announced on the basis of 8 points. In 8 points, availability of teachers in schools, training, necessary infrastructure, timely delivery of government schemes to the beneficiaries etc. are being done on priority. In this order, the ranking of the districts has been decided on the basis of activity plan and review of various programs organized in the districts. District level ranking is reviewed mainly on the basis of annual examination results, disposal of Chief Minister Helpline cases, enrollment loyalty training for vocational education, INSPIRE award, availability of tablets in schools, bridge courses, performance of districts in enrollment standards.
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Sorting started after the instructions of the Chief Minister
The State Education Center has announced the technical ranking only after Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan instructed to develop a ranking system for government schools and display it in the CM dashboard. Schools, students, teachers and management programs remain central in the ranking of districts. Revised suggestions and objections are received from all District Collectors. After making necessary corrections based on the suggestions and objections received from the districts, the final ranking of the districts will be announced and displayed on the Chief Minister’s dashboard. ,
These schools have got A, B and C status
Damoh, Singrauli, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Chhindwara, Panna, Mandsaur, Indore, Dewas, Neemuch, Narmadapuram, Raisen, Sehore, Siwani, Baitul, Chhatarpur, Gwalior, Shajapur, Bhopal have got A grade. A grade is awarded for good performance. In B grade Tikmagad, Balaghat, Rajgad, Satna, Shahdol, Vidisha, Anuppur, Umaria, Agar Malwa, Jabalpur, Guna, Ratlam, Alirajpur, Katni, Dindori, Ujjain, Khandwa, Sidhi, Harda, Ashoknagar, Datia, Dhar, Mandla, Shivpuri , Morena, Bhind, Sheopur, Niwari, Barwani and Zabua districts have received. Grade B is awarded for satisfactory work. Khargone district is in C grade i.e. average.
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First Published: November 26, 2022, 12:33 IST
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