Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)


Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education has introduced the scheme of Continues and Comprehensive Evaluation in its schools in a phased manner.

The Educational Complex Consists of

This is a process to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessment of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of development.

The scheme focuses on all round development of personality of the learners.

It also brings about a paradigm shift from examination to effective pedagogy.

It aims at making evaluation an integral part of teaching –learning process.

This scheme envisages improving on –going teaching – learning process by diagnosing the learning gaps and offering corrective and enrichment input.

'Continuous’ in CCE means

Regularity and continuity in assessments.

Assessments is to be completely integrated with the process of teaching and learning.

It also refers to diagnosis of learning gaps and provide remedial measures to enhance levels of learning while providing support to students so that they can develop/improve their skills.

'Comprehensive’ in CCE means

Inculdages assessment of holistic development of the learner including cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.

It also includes the use of a variety of tools and techniques for assessment of the learners.

‘Scholastic’ and ‘Co-scholastic’ means

‘Scholastic’ refers to those aspects which are related to intellect or the brain. It includes assessment of learners in curricular subjects, assignments, project work, practical and oral work etc.

‘Co-scholastic’ refers to those aspects which are related to hand and heart. These include psychomotor skills, Physical Development, life skills, attitudes, values, interests and participation in co-curricular activities.

Types of Assessments

Formative assessment – A process used by a teacher to continuously monitor student progress in a non-threatening and supportive environment. It provides a platform for active involvement of students in their own learning, and an effective feedback to students and teachers for remedial interventions resulting in enhanced learning and attainment. Some of its examples include Assignments and Projects.

Summative Assessment – is the assessment carries out at the end of a course of instruction. It is used for certification purpose and measures how much a student has learnt.

Main Features

There will be only two term, the first term will be from April – September and the Second term from October to March.

Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment.

Assessment will be indicated in grades.