Bengaluru: In past years, the Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) has concentrated on students from underprivileged districts and students who are falling behind as far as studies are concerned in II PUC classes.
It runs programmes to help pupil pass with a minimum number of points. The pass rate for the year 2022 was 61.88 percent.
This time, obtaining at least 70% results is the goal. According to information obtained, the Government is developing plans for students to get minimal marks in order to improve the results.
The PU Department is making the necessary preparations for the students’ learning at an early stage after taking note of the hindrance to learning that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused. For this, it has been suggested at the start of the academic year that the principals and lecturers meet once a month. The Department’s Director meets with the District Deputy Directors once every month via video conferencing to discuss concerns, challenges, and educational progress. Second, it is proposed to highlight the key ideas in each chapter and publish a booklet based on possible exam questions. The decision has been made to award the students the minimal scores in each of the three streams of Commerce, Science, and the Arts. The collecting of sample test questions, which is already in place, and other special classes will continue as usual, according to officials.