04 November 2023, 12:09 pm
A new curriculum has been introduced in the sixth and seventh classes. After running this curriculum for almost a year, it has been decided to save the information and method of this collective assessment through apps. For this, teachers will be given guidelines for collective evaluation. App is now being launched to make learning and summative assessment of students easy and error free. And this app is named ‘Naipunya’.
The app will be launched on Saturday (November 4).
This information was informed in the ‘Urgent’ notification signed by SM Ziaul Haider Henry, Assistant Director (Secondary-2) of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (MAUSI) last Thursday.
It said that the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) has developed an app called ‘Naipunya’ with the technical support of A2I to facilitate the storage of learning and summative assessment data and automatic preparation of report cards in the new curriculum assessment system.
The app will be launched on November 4 from 10 am onwards. In the meantime, guidelines have been prepared regarding the use of the web version of the Naipunya app. All the educational institutions have to register on Naipunya App by November 4-8.
In the complete guidelines attached to this urgent notification, how to select the educational institutions login, branch, shift, teacher, student, teacher of the prescribed subject using the web version of Naipunya App; It is mentioned.