Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh has achieved great success in the National Achievement Survey conducted by NCERT and CBSE. Madhya Pradesh has been ranked fifth in the National Achievement Survey conducted every three years. The survey assesses the educational successes of primary classes (1st to 8th). In 2017, Madhya Pradesh was ranked 17th. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has tweeted his congratulations to the people of the state for this success.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted, "Today, I feel very happy and proud that Madhya Pradesh ranks fifth in the entire country in the National Achievement Survey in the academic successes of elementary classes. In 2017, Madhya Pradesh was ranked 17th. Heartiest congratulations to all of you for the historic success. The National Achievement Survey was conducted on November 12, 2021.''
In the survey, in the third, the state has secured 10th position in language, and 4th position in mathematics, environment and studies. The state has secured 9th position in language, 3rd position in mathematics, environment and studies in class 5th. In class VIII, 23rd position in language, 5th in mathematics, 9th in science and 7th in social studies. In class X, it has been ranked 7th in Language and Mathematics, 16th in Science, 25th in Social Studies and 28th in English. The National Success Survey is conducted by the Central Government. Through this, successes in schooling are tested. For this, samples are taken from all over the country. On the basis of which the educational successes of the students of classes III, V, VIII and X are tested. The corrective process is carried out by assessing the quality of school education and formulating new policies for school education based on the survey.