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Letter of Understanding (LOU) was signed on 29 June 2007 between Ms Ho Peng, Director, Curriculum Planning & Development Division (Director-General-of Education, 2009), Ministry of Education
and Mr Bhajan Singh, President, Board for the Teaching & Testing of South Asian Languages.
Students get an opportunity to review their performance in Exams, so that they can learn from their mistakes and build further on their strengths. To empower teachers to use ICT
as a tool for teaching, the Board organised ICT trainings sessions for its teachers.
Review of Examination Scripts by Students

The Board has reviewed its policy of providing feedback to parents of NTIL students after each Examination.

The entire exercise will be carried out with the objectives of:

  • Ensuring students get an opportunity to review their performance in the Board's Mid-Year Examination, so that they can learn from their mistakes and build further on their strengths;
     
  • Providing teachers with clinical knowledge of the area(s) in which each individual student and the cohort as a whole need improvement, independent practice and examination skills;
     
  • Providing the class teachers the opportunity to provide feedback to the Board, with regards to specific class's performance in the Mid-year Examination.
Click to View Letters to Parents:    
Pri 3 & 4 Pri 5 & 6 Sec 1,2,3,4
& A Level
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NTIL Using ICT in Teaching

All Primary One teachers have undergone training on the 5 Language portals, namely, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. Teachers have been issued with passwords to enable them to access the various portals for their teaching.

The Board embarked on the usage of Information Communication Technology (ICT) for the teaching of the NTIL (Non Tamil Indian Languages). To empower teachers to use ICT as a tool for teaching, the Board organised ICT training for its teachers. Training sessions were held at Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School in July 2011.

 

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NTIL Marks in Students' Report Cards

The Board advises students whose report cards do not reflect the NTIL marks to contact their respective schools. To inform the school that their School's Cockpit coordinator needs to contact MOE Helpdesk immediately for assistance.

The NTIL results were uploaded on schedule, schools have to perform additional steps in the Manage NTIL Results Upload online panel before they can view and extract the results.

 
One More Language Barrier Comes Down

On Jan 10 2009, a common curriculum will be introduced at the Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi and Gujarati Languages Schools. Article appeared in the Jan 9, 2009 issue of the tabla! newspaper - by Sheela Narayana.

The New NTIL National Curriculum was launched on 10th Jan 2009 by the President of the Board for the Teaching & Testing of South Asian Languages. It was followed by a two-day workshop on the use of materials for the teaching and learning of the five NTILs.

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