Nipun Bharat Baseline Survey 2022 The Centre’s NIPUN Bharat Mission has set a goal that by 2026-27, every Class 1 to 4 child should be able to read with understanding at the rate of at least 60 words per minute, be able to read and write numbers up to 9999 and solve simple multiplication problems.
Recognizing the importance of early learning, the National Education Policy 2020 states that “Our highest priority must be to achieve universal foundational literacy and numeracy (FLN) in primary school and beyond by 2025. The rest of the policy will be largely irrelevant for such a large portion of our students if this most basic learning (reading, writing, and arithmetic at the foundational level) is not first achieved.”
Nipun Bharat Baseline Survey 2022
A National Achievement Survey of Class 3 students to be conducted this November will set a baseline to track future progress. “Until grade 3, children are expected to ‘learn to read’ and acquire basic skills. After grade 3 children are expected to be able to ‘read to learn’. If this does not happen, the learning gap continues to widen from that point, as the texts in the language textbooks and mathematical concepts become more complex and abstract in later grades,” said the NIPUN Bharat guidelines. “Thus, grade 3 is the inflection point and this is where children who have not made it, get left behind.”
Apart from reading with comprehension, a child of 8 or 9 years should be able to write grammatically correct sentences, and converse with clarity using suitable vocabulary in the home or school languages. Together with simple number problems and the ability to identify shapes, time and date, fractions, and measurements in real-life situations, these goals are collectively being called the foundational literacy and numeracy skills every child should possess.
Nipun Bharat Baseline Survey 2022 About
Similar stage-wise targets are being set in a continuum from the pre-primary or balvatika classes. The NIPUN Bharat strategy includes changes in curriculum and teaching methods to include more activity, art and story-telling, creation of print-rich materials and resources, teacher training, and stress-free assessment methods in order to reach these goals.
Nipun Bharat Baseline Survey 2022
NIPUN Bharat also emphasises the importance of using a child’s mother tongue in teaching, a principle of the National Education Policy 2020, which received some criticism. “The mother tongue of the child must be the language of communication [if not the medium of instruction] with the child in school in the formative years, so that the child does not suffer any confusion in understanding the transactions and is able to grow with free expression,” said the guidelines.
Nipun Bharat Baseline Survey 2022 Overview
It noted that most children, given sufficient instruction, can learn to read in their own home language within 4-6 months if there is oral comprehension. (Languages with complex spelling patterns including Tamil, Urdu and English may take longer.) However, “starting children on reading and writing without ensuring their oral language base results in children learning to read mechanically through simple decoding, but without much comprehension,” it said, recommending the use of the home language in pre-school, and mixed use of languages as needed thereafter.
FLN Baseline Std-1 EC: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357979011855155212162
FLN Baseline Std-1 IL: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357926131337625612041
FLN Baseline Std-2 EC: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357981267073433612401
FLN Baseline Std-2 IL: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357979937269350412385
FLN Baseline Std-3 EC: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357920107698585612002
FLN Baseline Std-3 IL: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357919162647347212181
FLN Baseline Std-4 EC: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357921549232537612008
FLN Baseline Std-4 IL: https://diksha.gov.in/play/content/do_31357923121424793612190
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This initiative is supported by the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) and led by the National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) in India.