Common Summative-III Exams in Andhra Pradesh Complete Details

Summative-III Common Exams in Andhra Pradesh Schedule Details. Govt of AP, Commissioner of School Education has decided to conduct Common Examinations for Summative-3 / S-3 Examinations in 2016 for Govt and Private Management Schools. Schedule for S-3 Common Exam System in AP, Procedure for Conducting Common Summative-3 Exams in AP released by CSE. Details of these Common Summative-III Exams is given below.

Summative-III Common Exams in Andhra Pradesh Schedule Details

Agenda for Common Sumative - III Examination
  • 1. Introduction on introducing Common Examination (Summative – III) from classes I-IX.
  • 2. Preparation and distribution of Question Papers.
  • 3. Constitution of Committees at various levels (State, District, Mandal)
  • 4. Roles and Responsibilities of Stakeholders at various levels.
  • 5. Time Schedule for the conduct of Examinations
  • 6. Details of Website.
  • 7. Evaluation Procedures
  • 8. Uploading of Marks
  • 9. Data analysis
  • 10. Report Generation
  • 11. Feedback and follow up activities
Objectives of Common Summative-3 Examination System:
  • To conduct common examinations in all schools recognized by the govt. of A.P duly maintaining secrecy at all levels
  • To assess achievement levels of students from class I – IX under CCE mode in all subjects at all levels (School, Mandal, District, State and nation level) 
  • To give proper feedback to the concerned viz.. Students themselves, their parents, schools, authorities. 
  • To prepare a plan of action and to set targets to overcome the shortcomings in the concerned areas to the respective districts for the forthcoming academic year.
Plan of Action an Details
  • Constitution of Committees at State, District, Mandal Level. 
  • Orientation to all Field Functionaries.
  • Question papers preparation by SCERT, AP at state level.
  • Printing, Packing and distribution by DCEB at district level.
  • Execution of examinations. 
  • Conduct of examination - jumbling of invigilators 
  • Spot valuation Center at Mandal / School complex level
  • Computerization of results at district level. 
  • Analysis and Interpretation of results at state level. 
  • Feed back and plan of action
Fee Structure for Summative-III Common Exam System
  • For all Govt. Institutions requirements will be meet from SSA, RMSA funds.
  • For all Private Institutions Managements may pay Rs. 75/- per student. 
  • Do not collect examination fee from students of both Managements.

Method of Conduct of Examination in Common S-III Exam System

Primary and U.P level: 
  • Jumbling method for the allotment of invigilators 
  • Head Master may retain in School 
  • Private school teaching staff also act as invigilators & Evaluators
  • One examination per day.
  • The Headmaster / Invigilating staff should collect Question Papers from MEO Answer Scripts handed over to MEO with proper labeling on the same day.
  • Take a Photograph after signing of the invigilators on the QP bundle.
  • Take a Photograph after packing of the answer scripts and to send the same to the concerned MEOs / Complex H.Ms.
  • Evaluation of Answer Scripts in the Mandal level Center.
High School Level:
  • Jumbling method for the allotment of invigilators
  • Head Master may retain in School 
  • Private school teaching staff also act as invigilators & Evaluators 
  • One examination per day
  • For class VIII Morning Physical Paper Afternoon Biological Science Paper.
  • For class IX Morning First Paper, After Noon Second Paper. The Headmaster / Invigilating staff should collect Question Papers from A.C. / DCEB Secretary.
  • Answer Scripts handed over to MEO / Dy.EO. with proper labeling on the same day. 
  • Take a Photograph after signing of the invigilators on the QP bundle.
  • Take a Photograph after packing of the answer scripts and to send the same to the concerned MEOs / Dy.EO.
  • Evaluation of Answer Scripts in the Mandal level Center.
  • Student wise marks should be computerized and uploaded in the prescribed website.

Detailed Schedule for Common Summative-III Exams in AP

S.No Activity Dates
01 Last date for collection of examination fees from private recognized school 15.02.16
02 Last date for the payment of fees to the govt. 17.02.16
03 Last date for the preparation of nominal rolls by the concerned Head Masters (All schools - Govt., all types of residential schools, Model schools, KGBVs, Local bodies, Pvt aided, Pvt unaided) 24.02.16
04 Constitution of examination centres 25.02.16
05 Last date of submission of nominal rolls to the AC O/o DEO 26.02.16
06 Preparation of QP and design of OMR sheets by SCERT for classes I to IX in all media 20.01.16 – 10.02.16
07 Orientation to District level committees 21.03.16
08 Mailing of Q.P soft copies to DEOs 15.03.16
09 Printing and packing of Q.Ps and OMR sheets at district level by DEO/DCEB 16.03.16 to 23.03.16
10 Q.P distribution by DCEB to Mandal point (MEO) 24.03.16
11 Q.P distribution to examination centres Collection of the QP bundles by the concerned HMs one day before the specified examination
12 Identification and appointment of Chief superintendent. and Dept. officers for H.S. 28.03.16
13 Identification and appointment of invigilators 28.03.16
14 Orientation to Chief supdt. Dept. Officers and invigilators 30.03.16
15 Examination dates 04.04.16 – 12.04.16
16 Depositing of answer scripts Deposition of the answer bundles on the same day of examination and collection of QP for the next day’s exam

16 comments:

  1. I thankful to you sir for your valuable information
    I think it is good concern. But expecting better result next academic year onwards. I welcome the way of conducting examinations.

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  2. good decision but it should be aware to every teacher at ground level ie.model question paper, the way of evaluation etc

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  3. It is very very bad decision it is not a policy of c.c.e model freely enviornment to be created only

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  4. sir, namaste, the government is putting everything into a format. that is a good measure. but i think this is too late. any how better late than never. hope that this will be a success an d brings in accountability.

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  6. My Child, studying I Class in a pvt school and now he don't even remember his first lesson from all his subjects. and with this decision(order) he is now about to write a PUBLIC type exam. Really bothered about my kid!

    Previous RULE of VII Class as PUBLIC and DETENTION was GOOD and this is WORST!

    ---- WASTE DECISION ----

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  7. for 10th class itself, the teachers are maintaining pass percentage by mass copying and dictating bits, now it becomes a habit for all the students and teachers to copy and score marks in the wrong way.
    Proof for my statement:For AP 10th class(6 subjects) pass percent is more than 80% but in intermediate-for the same students(3 subjects) it is less than 60%.

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  8. It is really impossible to conduct this type of examination pattern. If you want to implement this type of system first you have to introduce in trial and error basis for higher classes, not for lower classes. If it is successful then think of implementing the system.

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  9. Good Rules but implement strictly in private management school also and please remove all promotion system and study material system.

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  10. Welcoming the govt decisions on examination system. But whatever the changes are there it should be start academic year starting only. If it starts middle or end of the year means may face some problems.

    Class 1 to Class 5 many private schools following different text books. in that case is it possible to prepare the students for common examination. Think once please.

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  13. THEORITICALLY IT IS POSSIBLE.ALL GOVT RULES ARE GOOD BUT IN IMPLIMENTATION IT WILL GOES ON WRONG WAY .FOR EXAMPLE LAST YEAR AAS. PRESENT SYSTEM OF SCOOL LEVEL EXAMS IN PRIMARY IS MORE WORST. WHAT IS THE GAUARANTEE FOR NEW SYSTEM IS SUCCESS.FRAME PERIMINENT SYSTEM

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  14. It's not correct for primary classes.,there must be a flexibility & freedom for every elementary teacher to teach & examine his pupils in his own way.....

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