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Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)

CBSE has taken a bold step in the right direction in making the education system more holistic in its approach. CCE i.e., Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluations aims at making evaluation an integral part of the teaching-learning process as well as focuses on all round development of the personality of the learner. The CCE scheme brings about a paradigm shift from examination to effective pedagogy.

Students will be evaluated in the ’Scholastics’ as well as ‘Co-Scholastic’ areas. Scholastic refers to those aspects which are related to intellect or the brain and includes assessment of learners in curricular subjects, assignments, project work, practical and oral work etc.

CCE contains Formative and Summative Assessment. Formative Assessment is the process used by a teacher to continuously monitor student’s progress in a non-threating and supportive environment. It is diagnostic and remedial while Summative Assessment is the assessment carried out at the end of a cause of instruction and indicated and measures how much a student has learnt. It is usually used for certification purpose.

The term’ Co-Scholastic’ refers to those aspects which are related to hand and heart. These include psychomotor skills, physical development, life skills, attitude, values, interests and participation in co-curricular activities. Life skills are the abilities that help the students in improving their personal and social qualities. Some of these qualities include self-esteem, effective communication skills, confidence, compassion, respect and empathy for others and creative thinking. Attitudes reflect an individual’s disposition or tendency to respond to a given stimulus (idea, situation). Values are ideas and beliefs that one holds as special, e.g.: Honesty, displaying empathy, trust etc.

It is mandatory in our role as educators to not only inculcate good values but also develop positive attitudes in the students in order to help them to become responsible global citizens.

The CCE in classes I-X is intended to provide holistic profile of the learner through evaluation of both scholastic and co-scholastic areas spread over two terms each during two academic years. Two terms are from April-September and October-March.

 

Evaluation of Scholastic Areas

Each term will have two formatives assessments and one summative assessment for valuation of scholastic areas.

Formative assessment will not only be a pen and paper test, it may also include face to face activities, crossword, role play, listening skill, activity, spell throw, quizzes, conversation, interview, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practical and assignments.

Summative assessment will be in the form of pen-paper test to be conducted by the school at the end of each term. Curriculum and syllabus of this assessment is decided by the board but the evaluation of answer sheets will be done by school teachers themselves.

 

Evaluation System for Students of Class I to V

At D.A.V. Public School, Sreshtha Vihar, it is our sincere effort to impart holistic education so as to nurture all our students into all rounded characters- physically, mentally, spiritually and academically. To make this mission of ours a fruitful one, the evaluation system at primary is child friendly and is in adherence to the CBSE guidelines, the evaluation is continuous and comprehensive.

The continuous and comprehensive evaluation would be spread over the year and t least three assessments would be made during the year.

For Class I students, there are no formal tests. The evaluation is done on day to day basis. The focus is on identifying the talents of the learner and to empower him with positive inputs.

For class II to V the evaluation is based on formal tests, informal assessments and activities. The assessment will be on the following five point scale:

     A+

Outstanding (90-100%)

  1.  

Excellent (75-89%)

     B

Very Good (56-74%)

     C

Good (35-55%)

     D

Scope for Improvement (below 35%)

 

Weightage of FAs and SAs (VI-X)

 

Term Type of     Assessment % Weightage Term Wise Weightage Total

1st Term

(Apr-Sept.)       

FA1 10%

FA1+FA2=20%

SA1=30%

FA=40%

SA=60%

FA2 10%
SA1 30%

2nd term

(Oct.-Mar.)

FA3 10%

FA3+FA4=20%

SA2=30%

TOTAL=100% 
FA4 10%
SA2 30%

 

Evaluation of Classes XI & XII

General Rules

  • All Students are required to complete 75% of attendance to make him/her eligible to take the examination.
  • The board conducts examination in all subjects except General Studies, Work Experience, Physical and Health education, which will be assessed internally by the school.
  • In all subjects examined by the board, a student will be given one paper each carrying 100 marks for 3 hours. However, in subjects requiring practical examination, there will be a theory paper and practical examination as required in the syllabi and courses.
  • In order to be declared as having passed the examination, a candidate shall obtain a grade higher than E (i.e. at least 33% marks) in all the five subjects of external examination. In case of a subject involving practical work a candidate must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% marks in practical separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate in order to qualify in that subject. 

 

CLASS XI

 

Cycle

Examination

Month of Examination

First Term

First Cycle Test (25 Marks)

First Terminal Examination (100 Marks)

July

September

Second Term

Second Cycle Test (25 Marks)

Second Terminal Examination (100 Marks)

October

December

Final Term

Final Terminal Examination (100 Marks)

February

 

CLASS XII

 

Cycle

Examination

Month of Examination

First Term

First Cycle Test (25 Marks)

First Terminal Examination (100 Marks)

April

September

Final Term

Second Cycle Test (25 Marks)

Pre-Board Examination (100 Marks)

Pre- Board II (100 Marks)

 

July

December

January

Board Examination

CBSE Board Examination

March