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what is continous and comprehensive evaluation? What are the misconceptions about CCE ? where you evaluated this way in your school days?

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Isha Tharwani answered.
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CCE was a procedure of assessment directed by the Right to Education Act, 2009. This proposal was introduced by the state governments in India, as well as by the Central Board of Secondary Education in India, for students of sixth to tenth class and also the twelfth class in certain cases.

Meaning: This refers to a school-based evaluation of students that covers characteristics of student overall development as well. This entire assessment has two-fold objectives, i.e., behavioral outcomes of the students and continuousness and evaluation and assessment of broad-based learning. As we consider, a student’s growth and development is a continuous process, the term has been rightly used in that context in the evaluation name and scheme. Now, coming to the meaning of comprehensive, it simply means covering both the scholastic and non-scholastic aspects of the student to enhance their skill and abilities.

These are the facts about CCE:
  • It helps in minimizing the stress on students as it focuses on all aspects of the student’s growth. Make assessment regular and more effective.
  • Helps students to detect and correct their mistakes.
  • This system produces great learners with great skills.
Misconceptions about CCE:
Many students believed that the CCE is laying an extra burden on students by putting extra effort into assignments, creative work, other developmental skills. Some believe that this work is beyond the understanding and need for the education system. Some parents even believed that this will degrade the position of students than ever since it will distract them from real education.

Yes, we had a grading system in my school. I believe it was a fair chance for students. The best thing was that you don’t have to feel ashamed for securing one mark less. All you get was grades, and CGPA, which was mostly the same for all of us.
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