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CCE The New Scheme in CBSE

April 23, 2012  by: deepakp118  Points: 15   Category: Others    Views: 551

The CBSE has changed its evaluation style in the past few years. This scheme is one of the most efficient new system which concentrates on the internal as well as external development of a child.


Learning is an on going process. Hence evaluation should be continuous, Keeping this wonderful in mind CBSE has introduced continuous and comprehensive evaluation in schools. By this method education is becoming simpler. This method is made to ease the stress of the students. But has it really helped the students? lets analyze.
learning is a process which takes place within and outside the school. The CCE is an educative strategy which aims at evaluating a child in scholastic as well as co-scholastic areas. It covers all aspect of students development. Such a holistic assessment requires maintaining an ongoing, changing and comprehensive profile for each learner that is honest, encouraging and discreet. These assessments can take many forms but all of them should be as comprehensive and discreet as well.

Scholastic Areas
In order to improve the teaching learning process assessments should be both formative ass well as summative.
Formative assessments: It is a tool used by the teacher to continuously monitor the student progress in a non threatening supportive environment.It involves regular descriptive feedback,take advice and improve upon. Some of the interesting features of formative assessments are:
1. Increase self esteem in students.
2.Is diagnostic and remedial.
3.Makes the platform for improvement.
4.Enables the teachers to adjust teaching styles to account of the result of assessment.
5.Incorporates varied studying styles into deciding how and what to reach.
Summative assessments:is carried out at the end of each semester. It is usually graded on the basis of maks awarded. There is two semester.

Co-scholastic areas
The extent of a childs learning should be comprehensive. We need a curriculum with creativity and development.A student should not only be judged with the marks or grades. The CCE provides a room for the students with the ability in co-scholastic areas. This include personality development, attitudes and values as well as physical education and health.


Author: Joseph        
Posted Date: 06/18/2012    Points:2    

Author: Joseph        
Posted Date: 06/18/2012    Points:2    

Yes it is a very usefull scheme for student. I am a CBSE student this scheme help me a lot on my studies in 8,9 and 10. This system help up to earn extra mark from other activities like debat,assignment,project and others. Good information. Keep it up.

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