SCERT revised guidelines for Non Detention Policy

scert_new_buldingThe Nagaland State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) has revised the guidelines of the Non Detention Policy (NDP) with immediate effect. Under the revised guidelines the students will be declared either Qualified or Needs Improvement (Pass or Detained) which means that a student can be detained if the school feels he is not qualified to be promoted to next class.

Director of SCERT Nagaland, Vipralhou Kesiezie informed that the department made the changes for the betterment of the education structure. Under the RTE act 2009 for elementary education, SCERT has reviewed the non detention policy and made the changes.

For all round development of the child, emphasis will be given on three areas cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains. The child will be evaluated three times in a year with the existing pattern of 40 percent internal and 60 percent external.