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Title: Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation


1
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
  • What Parents of Grade IX students should know

2
CCE- Its objectives
  • De- emphasise rote-learning
  • A students ability/potential not be gauged based
    on a one shot 3 hour examination alone
  • Assessed throughout the year
  • Remove fear and stress caused by exams
  • Holistic, diagnostic and child-centred

3
Certificate for School Based Evaluation
Part 1 Scholastic Area (Academic performance)
Part 2 Co-scholastic Area
Part 3 Co-curricular Area
4
Part 1 SCHOLASTIC AREA
5
FA1
4 Assignments for 10 marks each are conducted
best three are taken
10 marks
10 marks
10 marks
6
FA 2
3 Assignments for 10 marks each are conducted
best two are taken
10 marks
30 marks
10 marks
7
FA 3
3 Assignments for 10 marks each are conducted
best two are taken
10 marks
30 marks
10 marks
8
FA 4
  • PSA- Problem Solving
  • Assessment

9
What Is PSA?
  • conducted in school, evaluation done by Board.
  • Question paper provided by the Board.
  • 90-minute test - nothing from textbooks
  • no specific syllabus for this test

10
PSA
  • Will be intimated
  • Will comprise 60 items of MCQ type and will carry
    60 marks
  • Will assess Language conventions, Qualitative
    Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning

11
  • The PSA score will be counted towards FA 4 of
    grade 9 10
  • This score will be reflected equally in English,
    Mathematics, Science and Social Science.

12
FA 4(Second Lang)
  • Second language not included in PSA
  • Assessments in Second Language (4 assignments)
    best 3 are taken

13
PART1-SCHOLASTIC AREAS TERM 1
Type of assessment of weightage in Academic session Month Term wise weightage
Formative Assessment-1 10 June FA1 FA2 20
Formative Assessment -2 10 July- August FA1 FA2 20
Summative Assessment-1 30 October SA 1 30
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PART1-SCHOLASTIC AREAS TERM 2
Type of assessment of weightage in Academic session Month Term wise weightage
Formative Assessment-3 10 Oct/Nov FA3 FA4 20
Formative Assessment -4 10 Jan/Feb FA3 FA4 20
Summative Assessment-2 30 March 2016 SA 2 30
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Summative Assessments
  • Both SA1 SA2 are conducted evaluated by the
    school
  • Question papers come from CBSE
  • Marking scheme given by CBSE
  • All grades scored by a student in Grade IX will
    be sent to the Board

17
OTBA and ASL
  • OTBA Open Text book based assessment to be a
    part of SA2 for all subjects (French and Sanskrit
    excluded)
  • ASL- Assessment of speaking and listening skills
    to be a part of both SA 1 and SA2 in English.
  • Science and Math practical is a compulsory
    assessment and is a part of FA 2 and FA3.

18
Report cards-Term 1
  • Two report cards
  • End of FA2(FA1FA2)
  • End of SA1(FA1FA2SA1)
  • Report card will have Grades scored in all
    subjects

19
Report cards-Term 2
  • Two report cards
  • End of FA3
  • End of SA2 (FA3FA4(PSA)SA2)
  • Will reflect grades scored in all subjects

20
Grading Scheme
Minimum qualifying grade in all subjects in the
Scholastic domain is D. A student must get a
minimum of 33 in each subject in order to be
eligible for promotion to Grade 10.
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Part 2 Co- Scholastic Assessments
  • Students are assessed in four parts on a Five
    Point Grading Scale.
  • Life Skills consists of Thinking Skills, Social
    Skills and Emotional Skills.
  • Work Education
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Attitudes and Values

22
Part 3 Co-curricular activities
  • It has two sub parts to be assessed on a
    five-point grading scale.
  • Part 1
  • Literary and Creative Skills ,Scientific Skills,
    Information and Communication Technology (ICT),
    Organizational and Leadership Skills.
  • A student will be marked on two activities from
    these four groups and will be assessed on their
    level of participation and achievements.

23
Co-Curricular activities
  • Part 2 Sports and Yoga
  • They will be assessed by teachers in charge of
    these activities in school.

24
Report card -Co-scholastic
  • Assessment of CoScholastic Areas is reported
    twice in class IX and twice in class X.
  • Grade Points
  • A - 4.1- 5.0
  • B - 3.1- 4.0
  • C - 2.1- 3.0
  • D- 1.1 - 2.0
  • E- 0 - 1.0
  • Minimum qualifying grade in Co-Scholastic Domain
    is D

25
Grade X Report Card
  • Will reflect both Class IX X Scholastic Grades
    scored by a student
  • Will reflect the Grades scored by a student in
    the Co-Scholastic Co-Curricular areas in
    Classes IX X
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