CCE

 CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

 

I. Evaluation of Scholastic aspect:

Part 1: Scholastic Areas
Evaluation of Academic Subjects in Classes VI to X. Six assessments are proposed:

Type of assessment

Percentage of weighting in academic session

Month

Term wise weighting

 

First Term

   

Formative Assessment-1

Formative Assessment-2

Summative Assessment-1

1 0 %

1 0 %

3 0 %

April-May

July-Aug

September

FA1+FA2=20%

SA1=30%

 

Second Term

   

Formative Assessment-3

Formative Assessment-4

Summative Assessment-2

1 0 %

 1 0 %

3 0 %

Oct – Nov

Jan – Feb

 March

FA3+FA4=20%

SA2=30%

Total: Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1+FA2+ FA3+FA4 = 40% Summative Assessments (SA) = SA1+SA2 = 60%

All across the schools, the most commonly used tools/techniques are those developed by teachers themselves. Among these are paper-pencil tests/tasks, written and oral tests, questions on pictures, simulated activities and discussion with students. Short class tests are used by most teachers as a quick and easy way of assessing the learning progress of children. As these are generally conducted at the end of a unit/month covering the specified content taught during that period, these are no doubt useful but they need to be used effectively.

II. Co-Scholastic Areas (2A, B, C & D and 3A, B)

2(A): Life Skills for VI to VIII

1.     Self Awareness

2.     Problem Solving

3.     Decision Making

4.     Critical Thinking

5.     Creative Thinking

6.     Interpersonal Relationships

7.     Effective Communication

8.     Empathy

9.     Managing Emotions

10.                        Dealing with stress

2(A) FOR CLASS IX & X

1.     Thinking Skills

2.     Social Skills

3.     Emotional Skills

2 (B): Work Education

2(C) Visual and Performing Arts

3. Co-Curricular Activities

2(D) Attitudes and Values

1.1. Teachers 1.2 School mates 1.3 School

Programmes and

Environment 2. Value Systems

3 (A) Activities (any two):

• Literary and Creative Skills • Scientific Skills
• Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
• Organizational and Leadership Skills (Clubs)

3 (B) Health and Physical Education (any two):

• Sports/Indigenous Sports • NCC/NSS
• Scouting and Guiding
• Swimming • Gymnastics
• Yoga
• First Aid• Gardening/Shramdaan

 

III. Grading Scale

Assessment of Scholastic attainments Part 1 will be reported twice in a year.

The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievements is given below:

G r a d e

Marks Range

Grade point

A1

91 -100

10.0

A2

81-90

9.0

B1

71-80

8.0

B2

61-70

7.0

C1

51-60

6.0

C2

41-50

5.0

D

33-40

4.0

E1

21- 32

3.0

E2

00 -20

2.0

Minimum qualifying grade in all the subjects under Scholastic Domain is D.

Note : All assessment with regard to the academic status of the students shall be done in marks and the assessment will be given in grades. Co-Scholastic attainments 2(A,B,C& D) and 3(A,B) will be done on 5 point Scale (shown in the table below). It will be done once in a session.

Minimum qualifying grade in Co-Scholastic Domain is D.