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Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation of CBSE

Published On: 23 Nov 2012 | Last Updated On: 23 Nov 2012

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation format for class 9th and 10th has now been made mandatory to be followed by all CBSE affiliated institutes (Senior Secondary and Secondary) for the academic year 2011 to 2013. As per the CCE norms the candidate has to go through evaluation based on Co-Scholastics and Scholastics fields.

Salient Features of the Scheme are:

  • Every academic year will comprise of two terms.
  • Term 1: January to June for winter closing schools, otherwise April to September
  • Term 2: July to December for winter closing school and October to march other schools
  • It will be a requisite for all the students of classes 9th and 10th to go through various school based assessments in Co-Scholastic Areas

Class

Term

Assessments

Remarks

IX

 

I

FA1, FA2

Internal School Assessment

 

 

SA1

Question paper and Marking pattern to be Provided by the Board and the evaluation to be carried out by the School.

IX

II

FA3, FA4

Internal School Assessment

 

 

SA2

Question paper and Marking pattern to be Provided by the Board and the evaluation to be carried out by the School.

X

I

FA1, FA2

Internal School Assessment

 

 

SA1

Question paper and Marking pattern to be Provided by the Board and the evaluation to be carried out by the School.

X

II

FA3, FA4

Internal School Assessment

 

 

SA2

Candidates coming from various CBSE affiliated Schools Will take class X SA2 as per the following scheme:-

Scheme 1:   The question paper and the marking scheme will be supplied by the board and the evaluation will be done by the school for those candidates who wish to stay with CBSE curriculum even after class 10.

Scheme 2: For those students who wish to move out of CBSE system and join any other board or junior college, the question paper will be provided by the board as well as the evaluation will also be done by the board with the help of external examiner.

 

  • The syllabi for semester assessment i.e. SA1 and SA2 will be based on the syllabi of term 1 and term 2 of the respective classes.
  • Syllabus for SA2 for class 10th will be based only on 2nd term syllabus on class 10th. Both the schemes will have same type of question paper format.
  • There will be resemblance in both SA1 and SA2 of class 10 assessment.
  • After the completion of class 10, students opting for either of the scheme will be provided with a common assessment result format called to be ‘Grade Sheet and Certificate of Performance’.
  • For the Scholastics and Co-Scholastics assessment report, the Board will collect the result from all the respective schools and put them together in the final grade sheet.

The concept behind Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation or the CCE is to evaluate a student’s overall performance and development. As the name of the new system suggests, the evaluation process will account for a student’s result of unit testing, regular assessment, applying corrective measures, analysis of learning gaps, giving feedback to students and teachers for their self-improvement and retesting fulfilling its Continuous terminology. On the other hand, the term comprehensive attempts to wrap both Co-Scholastics and Scholastics facet of a student’s growth and development. Hence, the new CCE format assures the overall development of a student with regards to their academics and well as personality development respectively.

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