BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS

Nehru Smaraka Vidyalaya
(CBSE)

CONTINUOUS & COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has taken a mammoth effort to bring an Examination Reform to avoid stress and as well as grouping or discriminating the children in terms of percentage of marks obtained in CBSE Board examination. The scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for classes IX and X has been introduced from the year 2009; but this scheme had already been existing for Primary level since 2000. The CCE scheme emphasizes that every learner has to be assessed both in Scholastic and Co-scholastic areas, that cover curricular as well as co-curricular activities.


It also emphasis on acquiring essential life skills, attitude and values which help the young children to come up as better citizens and adjust in their social environment mentally, physically, and emotionally. All areas of a student is assessed throughout the year.

CCE CALENDAR

(Evaluation of Academic Subjects)

Assessment Type Percentage of Weightage First Term Month Term wise weighting
I terms
Formative Assessment -1 10% April, June FA 1 + FA2 = 20%
Formative Assessment -2 10% July,August
Summative Assessment -1 30% September SA 1 = 30%
Assessment Type Percentage of Weightage First Term Month Term wise weighting
I terms
Formative Assessment -3 10% Oct - Dec FA3 + FA4 = 20%
Formative Assessment -4 10% Jan - Feb
Summative Assessment -2 30% March SA 2 30%

TOTAL : 100

Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4 = 40%

Summative Assessments (SA) = SA1+SA2 = 60%

Additional/Supplementary/Extra Support Classes

Remedial classes for slow learners are conducted every day in the evening between 3.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m.

Progress Reports

Records of the student's progress throughout the year are sent to the parents at the end of each test, in the form of reports. Parents are requested to meet the concerned teachers to discuss their wards progress during specified days each term. Personal attention is given to every student by maintaining a harmonious teacher - student ratio. Special classes are taken for all children in the X and XII, as preparations for the board exams.