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Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

  •          What is the CCE System         
  •          Marks and Grades         
  •           Important Points for CCE         
C – Continuous
C – Comprehensive
E – Evaluation

Continuous stands for assessment of a student throughout the year, not just at the end of a term. It may be done formally or in an informal way using different techniques of evaluation. Comprehensive takes care of assessment of all round development of a child’s personality. A child will be assessed not only in terms of his knowledge about a subject but his participation in other activities also. Broadly, we assess a child’s growth in two areas – Scholastic and Co-scholastic.

The term Scholastic refers to those aspects, which are related to intellect or the brain. It is related to the assessment of learners in curricular subjects. It includes assignments, projects, practical etc.

Marks and Grades
In CCE, the marks obtained in an exam are usually not revealed. However, equivalent grades, which would be deduced using a special method by the teachers during evaluation would be revealed. This is considered as a drawback since a child with 92 marks will get the same grade as the child with 100 marks and their talents cannot be recognized by anyone else other than their teachers. Though this system might have some drawbacks it instills this value that students need to compete with themselves to get a better grade and not with others. The grading system is as follows:-

CGPA Grade
9.1-10.0 A1+
8.1-9.0 A2
7.1-8.0 B1
6.1-7.0 B2
5.1-6.0 C1
4.1-5.0 C2
3.1-4.0 D
2.1-3.0 E1
0.0-2.0 E2
CCE will cover the scholastic and co scholastic areas of school education.
The two types of assessment referred to in the circular are formative and summative. The periodicities of the two types of assessment are four and twice a year respectively.
Formative Assessment totals to 40% weightage.
Summative Assessment totals to 60% weightage.
There are nine grades in Part A of Scholastic assessment and Part B of the same assessment has five grades.
Summative assessment covers nonacademic areas like attitudes and skills and there are three grades.
If a student secures Grade 6 in the academic areas his/her marks would range from 51% to 60%.
CCE advocates absolute grading. This means that Grade 9 would imply an A2 grade.
The academic term will be divided into two terms.

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