Sunday, 14 August 2016

Online TNIT Exam for AP SAs,PETs - Exam dates, Instructions on Online Exam Pattern, Venue Enrollment Form

Online TNIT Exam for AP SAs,PETs - Exam dates, Instructions on Online Exam Pattern,Venue Enrollment Form.
Online TNIT Exam for AP SAs,PETs - Exam dates, Instructions on Online Exam Pattern,Venue Enrollment Form, Online Training Needs Identification Test(TNIT) to SAs, PETs in AP. Training Needs Identification Test Instructions to Candidates (On Screen),About Selecting the Examination Centers, Answering the Questions, preview and Submission,Venue Enrollment Form, List of Venues,TNIT - Application for Other Managements, TNIT Instructions to Candidates. Office of the Commissioner of School Education Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad TNIT Exam Dates for AP Schools Subject Teachers/SAs, Training Needs Identification Test.
Andhra Pradesh Govt have issued instructions to undertake common summative examinations for all categories of schools in the state. During 2015-16, the Summative Assessment -III was commonly conducted for all Govt managed schools, the academic standard wise results indicate the need for ensuring appropriate training for the teachers to address the gap areas so that the teachers will be in a better position to support the students to achieve the expected levels of learning.

Govt. of India approved the training of 32401 Subject Teachers in the State for the year 2016-17 under the RMSA secondary education program.The Govt. of India proposes to undertake the National Achievement Survey in census mode during 2016-17, in other words, instead of covering a sample of schools of different management, the survey will cover all schools and all students. The learning outcomes of students in AP Schools is far below the National average in English, Science and Modern Indian Languages, as indicated in the National Achievement Survey (NAS) 2015 results and only marginally above national average in Mathematics & Social Sciences subjects. There is a need for improving learning outcomes in the state and addressing the overall gaps in ensuring quality of education.

School Education Dept. has been receiving requests from other welfare departments and from the private schools management associations to extend the government teacher training to their teachers also. In this context it is decided to conduct the Training Needs Identification Test (TNIT) during August and September 2016 to all the subject teachers i.e. School Assistants.
The Objective of the TNIT is:
(i) to assess the Teachers’ knowledge on subject content and methodology to identify difficult gap/areas requiring further support to the teacher.(ii) to design and provide need based trainings to the teachers in those specific areas in respective subjects.
The TNIT is scheduled to be conducted on 20th & 21st of August, 2016 in all districts, except
Krishna and Guntur. The dates for Krishna and Guntur districts is after Krishna Pushakaras will be 10.09.2016 & 11.09.2016.Therefore, all the subject teachers are requested to attend the TNIT and make use of the opportunity to upgrade their skills.

Read : Online Training Needs Identification Test(TNIT) to SAs, PETs in AP

Training Needs Identification Test Instructions To Candidates (On Screen)
About Selecting the Examination Centers:
1. Examination will be conducted in four sessions on 20.08.2016 & 21.08.2016 in all Districts except Krishna & Guntur Districts from 10.00 AM to 12.30 PM & 2.00 PM to 4.30 PM respectively.
2. Candidates will be allowed to opt for exam center from 11.08.2016 to 16.08.2016 by using Treasury ID/Aadhar Number along with Date of Birth.
3. First cum first serve will be given preference for opting the exam center.
4. Candidates who do not excersie their opted will be allotted to the centers available in the Districts.
5.After opting for specific examination center pl download the Hall Ticket for appearing for the examination, as per the schedule mentioned above.

About Question Paper:
1. Only one question will be displayed on the computer screen at a time.
2. Each question will have 4 options.
3. Each question will be of 0.5 mark, which will be displayed at the right hand top of each question.
4. The questions can be answered in any order the candidate may wish to.
5. The exam screen will continuously display the remaining time at the right hand top of the question paper.
6. The candidates shall be allowed to clarify their doubts about the question paper only before the commencement of the exam, no queries related to question papers shall be entertained from the candidates after commencement of the exam.
7. There is no negative marking.

About Answering the Questions:
1. In order to answer a question, you have to "click" the option you think is appropriate/ correct. The option which has been clicked on will be highlighted and shall be treated as the answer given by you for the question.
2. If you do not wish to attempt the question then you should not click on any option for that question and may click ‘Next’.
3. You can ‘Bookmark’ questions to review before submitting.
4. You can navigate between questions either by clicking on
‘Previous’/‘Next’ or by directly clicking on the question numbers which are displayed as attempted/ not-attempted / bookmarked in the Section- wise Summary panel.

About the preview and Submission:
1. The answers are saved whenever the candidate navigates e.g., by clicking on Next/Previous button.
2. The candidates can make changes in their choice of alternative only before clicking the "Submit" button.
3. You may be able to submit the paper only after two hours and twenty minutes from the start of the exam.
4. If the candidate wishes to submit the test he/she has to click on the "Done" button.
5. On clicking "Done", there will be three warning screens displayed namely Warning 1, Warning2 and Final Warning.
6. In case if the candidate wants to return to the question paper, he/she can lick on "Go to Test".
7. After the expiry of 150 minutes the candidates will not be able to attempt any question or check their answers. The answers of the candidate would be saved automatically by the computer system even if he has not clicked the "Finish" button.

Candidates can be debarred/ disqualified by the Centre Superintendent for any of the following reasons.
1. Creating a disturbance.
2. Impersonation - Attempting to take the examination for someone else.
3. Giving or receiving assistance of any kind during the examination and communication in any form between candidates or with outsiders.
4. Smoking or eating in the Examination Hall.
5. Attempting to tamper with the operation of the computer or meddling with system.
6. Attempting to use the calculator on the PC.
7. Exchanging any papers, documents or any other material with other candidates.
8. Leaving the test centre without the permission from the invigilator.
9. Using prohibited aids, items not allowed, such as: Cell phones, Pagers, Pieces of Paper (except his/her Admit Card, Identity Card and Time Table of Examination), Digital diaries, any other electronic gadgets/device, Watch alarms, Listening devices and recording or photographic devices.
10. Attempting to copy examination questions and /or examination responses (in any format) from the examination centre.
11. Attempting to access any unauthorized software/program during the examination.
12. Failing to follow invigilators’ directions.
13. Manhandling of invigilators or test centre staff.
14. Resorting to unfair means or trying to influence in any way for examination results shall be considered as a serious offence and any candidate found guilty of such offence on the report of any person duly authorized to conduct the examination, shall be liable to have his/her name removed from the list of candidates entered for the Examination and may also be further dealt with in such manner as the Council may deem fit.
15. Candidates shall maintain silence while appearing for the exam. Any conversation or gesticulating or disturbance or attempt to change seats/question paper in the Examination Hall shall be deemed as unfair means. If a candidate is found indulging in unfair means or impersonating, the candidature of such candidate shall be cancelled. The candidate
shall be expelled from the examination by the Centre Superintendent and such matter shall be reported to the University for further action.
16. The Centre Superintendent is authorized to dismiss the candidate/s from the examination centre for any misconduct.
The TNIT is scheduled to be conducted on 20th and 21st of August, 2016 in all districts, except Krishna and Guntur. The dates for Krishna and Guntur districts is after Krishna Pushakaras will be 10.09.2016 and 11.09.2016.

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