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Manipur Council Of Higher Secondary Education
The education system which was started in the state of Manipur after when Rev. Pattigrew honored with the post of inspector to control and over look the activities of schools in the year 1903. He was one of educationist who was honored under the department of education of Assam. Till the year 1950, there was not a single separate department of education which was formed to regulate the schools of Manipur. During the 20th century in the year 1950, a separate education board was formed for the regulation of schools in Manipur. Shri. T. Kipgen who was that time was in the post of general secretary in the government system of Manipur opened this separate education board for Manipur schools. He was a person who was all alone responsible for the formation of rules and guidelines for the schools which were located in the hills area.
The policy which was formed for the regulation of schools in Manipur is a policy which is based on Universilization.
This is the board of education which was formed with certain objectives and goals. One of the main objectives of this board is that supervise each and every activity of different schools in the state of Manipur. A proper supervision can only be possible when there should be a proper arrangement of inspecting the regular activities of the schools. The other responsibility of this board is to formulate a syllabus for different class groups and even it is very important for the board to choose best textbooks for the different classes of schools.
There are four entities in which Manipur board of education has dividing. Theses four entities are: Department of education, department to deal with adult education, university education department and last one is a department which deals with the training process.
Scheme of Studies by COHSEM
There are various schemes which have been laid out for the students of class IX and even for the students of class X by the board. There has been an option given to the student of these classes to choose their first language from the list of different languages. Some of the languages from the list are Manipuri, Hmar, Assamese, Bengali, Mizo, Hindi, paint and many more. There has been also given a subject which is based on the learning of Manipuri language. The board has decided not to assign this subject to those who know the language of Manipur. Similarly there is also a class for the language of Hindi but it is not for those who know Hindi. The board also decided to run the classes to knowledge of different languages which are used in India. There are certain terms and condition for the students to opt any of the languages.
There is a specified criterion which has to fulfill before appearing in the examination of class X. Some of the conditions are as follows:
- To appear in the exams of class X, students should have an average of 33% in all subjects plus must have an average of 25% in internal tests.
- Student must acquire near about 33% in the extra activities like physical education, art and craft etc.
- To appear in the examination of class 10th, a student must have an average of 75% in their attendance.
- There is a need of 75% attendance for the students to appear in class 10th exam. The attendance started counting from the day when new sections of class 10th started with the date in the month of November before the pre board examinations.
- If any student got failed and again rejoined the class X similar conditions of attendance is required from them.
- If there is a case of any migration, the school authority takes a report of attendance of a student from previous schools in order to maintain the attendance record till November.
- If it is found that the attendance of a student fall short till November, he/she will not appear in the examination of class X.
- The certificate from any of the sport activities, cultural events may be used in the calculation of attendance of a student.
- Class IX: those students are only allowed in the new section of class IX who have passed class VIII in accordance to the set up criteria. The students who have not passed the class VIII exams are not allowed to be in class IX.
- Class X: Those students who have passed the examinations of class IX are only allowed in the new section of class X.
- There is a need of certain documents in the case when any student gets migrated from any of the other boards and even from any of the other states. These documents are as follows:
- The school from where the student has been migrated must be under the recognization of state government.
- The transfer certificate must be duly signed by the main officer of education board otherwise it would be null.
- Admission/transfer within the Board: Transfer case arises in the situation when any one transfers from any of the state because of posting of their parents.
- The students who are appearing for the board exams are not allowed to get migrate after 28 July in any of the cases before exams.
If any candidate happens to fail in an examination then he or she will have to give the exams all over again. For the same they will have to get themselves registered and submit the fee as well.
- There are certain criteria for the students to pass the exams of class 10th.
- 33 are the minimum marks which are needed in the language which is chosen as a first language out of total marks 100.
- Minimum 33 marks out of total marks 100 in the subject of English.
- Minimum 33 marks out of total marks 100 in the subject of Mathematics.
- Minimum average of 50 marks is needed out of total marks 150 in the subject of science.
- Minimum average of 50 marks is needed in the subject of Social science out of total marks 150.
- Classification of candidates in respect of their percentage:
- III Division :- minimum marks for the third division is 200 and the maximum marks are 270.
- II Division :- minimum marks for second division is 270 and maximum marks are 360.
- I Division :- minimum marks for first division am 360 and maximum is the aggregate of all the subjects.
- Letter :- 80% marks are needed minimum in every particular subject
Internal tests marks are also shown in the separate column of Mark sheet. There are various practical conducted in the subject of science before exams and that would also be taken in to consideration.