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introduction All the schools working under the aegies of AEES are affiliated to CBSE up to class X. It follows all the guide lines isssued by CBSE as for as its academic area is concerned. The CBSE has recently introduced the CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluvation) as a part of its examination reforms.The AEES, being affiliated to CBSE upto class X, has also decided to strengthen the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme from the academic session 2010-11 in all its schools and in all classes from I to X as suggested by CBSE and approved in APC-2009-10. So long as further instructions/changes are not recieved form CBSE.The following pattern of examination will be followed in AEES in all the classes.
What is this system-CCE?
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation refers to system of school based assesment that covers all aspects of student's development.

The continuous aspect of CCE takes care of continual and periodicity aspect of evaluation. It means assessing the students in the beginning of instructions and assessments during the instructional process done informally (Formative) Summative Assessment(SA) using multiple technique of evaluation.

The comprehensive component of CCE takes care of assessment of all round development of child's personality. It includes assessment in Scholastic as well as Co-scholastic aspects in pupil's growth. Scholastic aspect includes curricular areas (Subject specific), whereas Co-scholastic aspect includes lifeskills, attitudes and values. Assessment in Scholastic areas is done informally and formally using multiple techniques of evaluation continually and periodically.

Some salient features of the system.

  1. Under the new system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) the academic year is divided into two terms Term-I extending from April to September and Term-II from October to March.
  2. The Syllabus in each subject is divided term wise. The syllabus covered in term-1 will not be assessed in term-2 again.
  3. All the students irrespective of studying secondary or senior-secondary schools or continuing or leaving the CBSE Board after class - X will required to undergo various assessment in Scholastic and Co-scholastic areas in classes IX and X at school level.
  4. For assessment in scholastic areas the school will undertake both Formative (FA) and Summative (SA) assessment in all classes including IX and X.
  5. For formative assessment detail guidelines are given below.
  6. For summative assessment the question papers in every subject for all classes will be based on term wise syllabus.
  7. All the examination round the year (Expect Class-X, SA-II and Class IX-X PSA) will be conducted at school level.
  8. The question papers of SA-I and SA-II for class -IX will come from CBSE and the examination as well as evaluation will be done at school level as per the answer key provided by CBSE.
  9. The question papers for SA-I for class X will be supplied by CBSE and the examination as well as evaluation will be held at school level. THE SA-II EXAMINATION FOR CLASS X WILL BE CONDUCTED BY CBSE IN THE MONTH OF MARCH 2015.
  10. As per circular number Aca-40/2012, dated 01/08/2012 in place of FA-4 (PSA) problem solving assesment will be connecfted by CBSE. In case a child wants to improve his performance in PSA of class IX, he can appear in class X again. There will be no FA-4 in class X. The marks of PSA will be taken as FA-4.

  11. "For class IX: The "Problem Solving Assessment" will be counted towards FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of class IX. This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4 in class X. This score will be reflected in one Language (English or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science. The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class X.

    The students will have the option to improve their PSA score in class X, as they can sit for the test with class IX students. The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case of those applying for improvement."

  12. The marks of FA-I, FA-II, FA-III, FA-IV and SA-I(70 MARKS) of class X conducted at the school will be sent by the school to CBSE online. The SA-II examination for 30 marks will be conducted by the board. The final result will be declared by the board on the basis of FA-I, FA-II, FA-III, FA-IV, SA-I and SA-II.
  13. Students will be awarded grades rather than marks. The performance of students both in scholastic and co-scholastic areas will be reflected in grades for all the classes.
  14. At the end of class X every student will get the CCE certificate prepared, printed and signed by the board.
  15. The CCE certificate issued by the board also reflect the marks of all the examination of class IX conducted at the school level. These marks are sent by the school to the CBSE at the end of the academic session.

1) As per the bew pattern, students will be assesed in two areas:Scholastic & Co-scholastic.
For assessment of Scholastic areas (Part 1) the academic year is divided into two terms and two types of tests will be conducted to assess the scholastic subjects as given in table below. -->
Term Type of Assessment % of Weightage Term-wise Weightage Total
First Term
Formative Assessment-1 10% Formative Assesment 1+2=20% Summative = 40%
Formative Assessment-2 10%
SummativeAssessment-1 30% Summative Assessment-1=30%
Second Term
(October - March - 2016)
Formative Assessment-3 10% Formative Assesment 3+4=20%Summative = 60%

Total = 100%

Formative Assessment-4 10%
SummativeAssessment-2 30% SummativeAssessment-2=30%

Class TERM - 1 TERM - 2
FA - 1 FA - 2 SA - 1 TOTAL FA - 3 FA - 4 SA - 2 TOTAL
I -X 10% 10% 30% 50% 10% 10% 30% 50%

Examination Conducting Body :
FA - 1 FA - 2 SA - 1 FA - 3 FA - 4 SA - 2
I-VIII School School School School School AEES
IX School School School School PSA
X School School School School Improvement
in PSA

Tests and examinations for all the classes I - X
Formative Assessment - 1 (FA-1) I - X April and June - 2016 April 2016 to
sept . 2016
(First term)
Formative Assessment - 2(FA-1) I - X July and August - 2016
Summative Assessment - 1(SA-1) I - VIII September - 2016
Formative Assessment - 3 (FA-1) I - X October to December - 2016 Oct 2016 to
march . 2017
(Second term)
Formative Assessment - 4(FA-4) I - X January and February 2016
Summative Assessment - 2(SA-2) I - VIII March - 2017

Formative Assessment

The formative assessment is a tool for a teacher to continuously evaluate/assess the progress of a student. The assessment (in secondary) may include activities like quizzes, conversation, group discussion, debate, elocution activities, dictation, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practical activities, class test, essay writing, class-work, home-work etc.The teacher may take any number of activities under each formative test in his/her subject during the year. Four formative tests will be taken into account in each subject. Performance of students will be reflected in grades.

In primary classes the formative tests will be in the form of - Dictation, Oral test, Class test, Home work, Class work, Assignments and Projects(III to V), Memory test, Story telling, Quiz(III to V), Elocution(III to V) or any other tool found suitable by the teacher. The teacher may take any number of activities under each formative tests in his/her subject during the year. Four formative tests will be taken into account in each subject. Performance of students will be reflected in grades.

It is advised that within each term schools use the paper-pencil test inly once for assessing student's performance under Formative Assessment.The purpose is to ensure use of multiple modules of assessment so that the focus on written tests is reduced.

Formative tests are purely informal, however teachers will inform the date and time of the test in advance.These tests will be taken in the regular periods only.

Summative Assessment

The Summative Assessment is the terminal assessment of performance in the end of instruction. Under the end term Summative Assessment, the students will be tested internally.The Summative Assessment will be in the form of a pen-paper test conducted by the school itself.It will be comducted at the end of each term twice in a year.The schedule for the same is given below.

NOTE-1: SA-I, SA-II and PSA of class IX and X will be held as per CBSE guidelines.

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