CCE

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT

 

 Term I:

Subject

Formative Assessment I

Formative Assessment II

Summative Assessment

Weightage

Weightage

Marks

Weightage  

Total

English

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Hin/Sans

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Mathematics

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Science

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Social Science

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

 

Term II:

Subject

Formative Assessment III

Problem Solving Assessment/ Formative Assessment IV

Summative Assessment

Weightage

Weightage

Marks

Weightage %

Total

English

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Hin/Sans

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Mathematics

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Science

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

Social Science

10%

10%

90

30%

50%

 

 

QUALIFYING CRITERIA:

 

Ø A candidate who has appeared at the Secondary School Examination under the Scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation will be eligible to get the Grade Sheet cum Certificate of Performance indicating the grades obtained in the subjects under Scholastic Area A, Scholastic Area B and Co-Scholastic Areas.

Ø Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) shall be indicated. in the statements of Subject wise Performance/Grade Sheet cum Certificate of Performance. Subject wise and overall indicative percentage of marks could be derived based on Cumulative Grade Point Average.

Ø Percentage = CGPA X 9.5

 

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFYING CRITERIA:

A candidate must get minimum 25% marks in Summative Assessment to QUALIFY

 

CO SCHOLASTIC AREAS AND ACTIVITIES:

      LIFE SKILLS

      A.THINKING SKILL

      B. SOCIAL SKILLS

      C. EMOTIONAL SKILLS

WORK EDUCTION:

      VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS

      ATTITUDES AND VALUES

      ATTITUDE TOWARDS TEACHERS

      SCHOOL MATES

      SCHOOL PROGRAMMES AND ENVIRONMENT

      VALUE SYSTEM

CO SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES:

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES ARE TWO ACTIVITIES WHICH ARE INCLUDED IN CO SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES.

 

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Evaluating the need for a functional and reliable system of School-Based Evaluation, CBSE introduced the CCE Scheme for doing a holistic assessment of a learner which also includes coscholastic area of Life Skills, Attitudes and Values, Sports and Games as well as Co-Curricular activities. The CCE scheme aims at addressing this in a holistic manner. A number of National Committees and Commissions in the past have consistently made recommendations regarding reducing emphasis on external examination and encouraging internal assessment through School-Based Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. Therefore, the CCE scheme brings about a paradigm shift from examination to effective pedagogy.

 

Highlights of the CCE Scheme

1. Scheme of the Board
1.1 Senior Secondary Schools

a) There will be no Class X Board Examination w.e.f. 2011 for students studying in CBSE’s Senior Secondary schools and who do not wish to move out of the CBSE system after Class X.

b) However, such students of Senior Secondary Schools who wish to move out of the CBSE system after Class X (Pre-University, Vocational course, Change of Board, etc.) will be required to take the Board’s External (pen and paper written/online) Examination.

c) Further, those students who wish to assess themselves vis-à-vis their peers or for self assessment will be allowed to appear in an On Demand (pen and paper/ online) Proficiency test.

Secondary Schools

The students studying in CBSE’s Secondary schools will however be required to appear in Board’s External (pen and paper written/online) Examination because they will be leaving the secondary school after Class X.

1.3 All Schools

1.3.1 The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) will be strengthened in all affiliated schools with effect from October, 2009 in Class IX.

1.3.2 An Optional Aptitude Test developed by the CBSE will also be available to the students. The Aptitude Test along with other school records and CCE would help students, parents and teachers in deciding the choice of subjects in Class XI.All students of Class X in the current academic year will be taking the CBSE Board’s Class X 2010 Examination. The CBSE will be conducting this Examination. The weightage of the school based assessment will remain the same as per past practice, i.e. 20% each in the subjects of Science, Social Science and Mathematics.

1.3.3 The new Grading system will be introduced at Secondary School level (for Classes IX & X) effective from 2009-10 Academic Session. The details of grading scheme are being circulated in a separate advisory to schools.