Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

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CBSE Annual Reprot 2015-16

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FAQs Regarding X and XII published by CBSE 2016

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Introduction of Grading at Secondary School Level

 

The term examination has come to be associated with stress and anxiety. The process of learning, which is supposed to be meaningful, loses its joy because of the negative impact of examinations. The CBSE in consultation with the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has decided to introduce a nine point grading system. This eliminates cut throat competition and focuses on better learning.

Evaluation Plan

 

First Term
Assessment Type Evaluation is based on Weightage Remarks
Formative Assessment (FA1 + FA2) Weekly tests and other school based activities

10% of FA1

10% of FA2

Two formative assessments
Summative Assessment Term end Examination 30%  
Overall Weightage 50%
Second Term
Formative Assessment (FA3 + FA4) Weekly tests and other school based activities

10% of FA3

10% of FA4

Two formative assessments
Summative Assessment Term end Examination 30%  
Overall Weightage 50%
Final Evaluation
Formative Assessment FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4 40%
Summative Assessment SA1 + SA2 30% + 30% = 60%
Total 100%

 

Note: This plan is applicable to all classes from Gr. 3 to Gr. 10.

 

Grade 1 and 2

 

The continuous and comprehensive evaluation is followed in these classes through weekly tests, assignments, projects and activities. No formal examination will be conducted at the end of a term. The evaluation of the learner, which is facilitative and supportive, is done, during the process of continuous learning. Promotion to the next class will be granted to the pupil on the basis of his/her overall performance in the academic session.

Subject Wise Evaluation Plan & Grading System