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The union said awarding of marks based on internal assessment (50) and on performance in the written examination (50) should form part of the reforms.
Briefing presspersons later, B. Mohan Reddy, president, and P. Sudhakar Reddy, general secretary, said the stipulation of pass on the basis of school attendance percentage should also be done away with. They wanted the department to take steps for fool- proof conduct of the examination after evolving question papers.
The executive, they stated, was of the opinion that the standards of students could improve if a 45-day training course on value-based education was conducted for teachers. The union would cooperate with the Government in the conduct of the course.
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