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CCE – CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

CCE is the new evaluation method introduced by CBSE to reduce the accumulated stress of board exams on the students and to introduce a more uniform comprehensive pattern in education for the children all over the nation. As part of this new system, a student is always or continuously assessed not only in scholastic but also in co-scholastic activities. His/her behaviour, relationship with peers, teachers and elders, attitude, uniform code, cleanliness, homework, classwork, assignments, punctuality, discipline, attentiveness, spoken English, innovative ideas and acquired life skills form part of comprehensive evaluation.

Students will be evaluated through formative and summative assessments.

Formative Assessments

Formative tests will comprise the students work at class and at home, the student's performance in oral tests and quizzes and the quality of the projects or assignments submitted by the child. Formative tests will be conducted four times in an academic session, and they will carry a 40% weightage for the aggregate.

Summative Assessments

The summative assessment is a three hour long written test conducted twice a year. Each summative assessment will carry 30% weightage and both together will carry a 60% weightage for the aggregate.

At the end of the year, the grade is deduced by adding the formative and summative score i.e. 40% + 60% = 100%.

Grading System

Grade

Marks Range

Grade Point

A1

91 – 100

10

A2

81 – 90

9

B1

71 – 80

8

B2

61 – 70

7

C1

51 – 60

6

C2

41 – 50

5

D

33 – 40

4

E1

21 – 32

3


Class I to V have only formative assessments while students of classes VI to VIII have both formative and summative assessments.
Updated on: 16 Feb 2015