Baseline Assessment Survey BAS 2015 Annual Assessment Survey 2015 Details

BAS 2015 Baseline Assessment Survey 2015 is a survey going to be conducted in all Primary, UP Schools in Andhra Pradesh State on 22nd, 23rd April 2015. Knowledge Society is the main of the Govt. Till today all schools are assessing the standards in CCE Method internally. But when the evaluation is done by external sources, the result output is different from Internal Assessment. Hence Govt of AP has decided to conduct a Annual Assessment Survey 2015 with third party. Govt has named it as Baseline Assessment Survey 2015. Without wasting the time let us go to the brief details of BAS 2015:
Baseline Assessment Survey BAS 2015 Annual Assessment Survey 2015 Details

Baseline Assessment Survey Details BAS 2015 Annual Assessment Survey Details

To whom is the BAS 2015 conducted:
Assessment Survey is conducted to all the 3rd, 5th, 8th students studying in Govt, ZP, Mandal Parishads, Aided, Residential, KGBVs, Model Schools, SC ST BC Minotiry Schools.

Who will conduct the Assessment Test ?
All the Student Teachers (Trainee Teachers) studying in Govt DIETs, Private DIETs, B.Ed., Govt B.Ed. Colleges, Private B.Ed. Colleges students pursuing their DEd Course, B.Ed.Course, M.Ed. Course and if necessary PG Students will conduct the assessment Tests. After conduct of Tests, the trainee teachers have to assess the papers and fill the obtained marks in the docket sheets given to them. 

Rolls of Officials at Different Levels in conducting BAS 2015:
  • School Level: School HMs and Teachers of the school will see that the Test is conducted smoothly in a timed manner, and see that the evaluated papers should reach the MRC in a proper way.
  • Mandal Level: The Mandal Education Officer should see the allotment of  the Student Teachers (Trainee Teachers) to School Complexes through School Complex HMs and Supply of required Number of question Papers and Data Entry of evaluated answer scripts.
Schedule for Conduct of BaseLine Assessment:
Class Exam Cunduct Date Time
3 22-04-2015 9.00-10.30
5 22-04-2015 9.00-10.30
8 23-04-2015
Part-A
Part-B
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9.00 -10.30
2.00 – 3.00

Competencies and Subjects going to be Evaluated:
AAS 2015 is focused on competency centric instead of content centric. Evaluation will be in three Subjects. 
  1. Mother Tongue (Telugu, Oriya, Urdu, Kannada or Tamil)
  2. English
  3. Maths
In these subjects the required competencies for their classes will be tested. Content is not important but the achievements of competencies is important.
Structure of Question Paper:
The Exam will be Written and Oral. For 3rd, 5th Classes all the Subjects will be evaluated through a Single Test of 50 Marks. For 8th Class the Test comprises of two parts viz., Paper-I and Paper-II. In Paper-I the standards and competencies up to the 5th level will be tested in all three subjects while in Paper-II the 8th class standards will be tested. Weightage and Marks for Written and Oral Exam are as follows:
Class Telugu English Maths Total
Oral Written Oral Written Oral Written Oral Written Total
3rd Class 5 15 5 10 0 15 10 40 50
5th Class 5 15 5 10 0 15 10 40 50
8th Class Paper-I 5 15 5 10 0 15 10 40 50
Paper-II 0 20 0 15 0 15 0 50 50

Class Wise Details

Class III and Class V
  • The test is consisting of 2 parts i.e. written and oral.
  • Written test is for 40 marks and oral test is for 10 marks,
  • Oral testing will be in Telugu and English ( 5 m + 5 m)only.
  • Oral marks have to be recorded in report sheet and after valuation of main answer sheet oral marks need to be entered in the main sheet.
  • There are 37 questions in the written test covering these subjects i.e Telugu, English and Mathematics.
  • Questions from 6 to 17 are relating to Telugu
  • Questions from 23 to 29 are relating to English
  • Questions from 30-37 are relating to Mathematics.
Class - VIII – Paper - I
  • The test is consisting of 2 paper. Paper – 1 is on class VIII Academic Standards and Paper – 2 is on Class III and V Academic Standards in Hybride manner.
  • The Paper-1 test is consisting of 2 parts i.e. written and oral.
  • Written test is for 40 marks and oral test is for 10 marks,
  • Oral testing will be in Telugu and English ( 5 m + 5 m)only.
  • Oral marks have to be recorded in report sheet and after valuation of main answer sheet oral marks need to be entered in the main sheet.
  • There are totally 43 questions. Out these 5 questions for Oral Test remaining 38 questions in the written test covering these subjects i.e., Telugu, English and Mathematics.
Class – VIII – Paper-2
  • The test is consisting of 2 paper. Paper – 1 is on class VIII Academic Standards and Paper – 2 is on Class III and V Academic Standards in Hybride manner.
  • Paper - 2 is consisting of exclusively written part.
  • The written test is for 50 marks ( nearly 20 marks on class III level and 30 marks on class V level.
  • There are 47 questions in the written test covering these subjects i.e Telugu, English and Mathematics.
  • Questions from 1 to 17 are relating to Telugu
  • Questions from 18 to 32 are relating to English
  • Questions from 33-47 are relating to Mathematics.
These are the brief details of Annual Assessment Survey (BAS 2015) going to be conducted in schools on 22nd and 23rd April 2015.

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