Scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)

CCE refers to a system of school – based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students’ development. The term ‘continuous’ means the evaluation of students’ growth and development is a continuous process spread over the entire span of academic session. The term ‘comprehensive’ means that it covers both the scholastic and co–scholastic aspects of students’ growth and development. It refers to the application of variety of tools and techniques of assessment.

The term scholastic includes subjects like -- Two languages, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Info Tech etc. The term co–scholastic includes Life skills, Work Education, Attitudes and Values, Literary & Scientific skills ,Visual & Performing Art, Clubs , Games & Sports, etc. and various other activities.

Assessment in scholastic subjects is done on a 9 point scale while that in the co-scholastic subjects on a 5 point scale.

There are two kind of assessments - Formative (FA) and Summative (SA). Their weightage for each term are shown in brackets.

Each academic year has been divided into two terms of six month each.

First Term(1st April to 30th Sept.) : FA 1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + SA1 (30%) = 50%
Second Term(1st Oct to 31st March) : FA 3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) + SA2 (30%) = 50%

FA  – Formative Assessment    :  School based internal assessment
SA  – Summative Assessment : Question paper and marking scheme are supplied by the Board and Assessment is carried out by the school / CBSE under scheme 1 / 2 respectively.
Every student must obtain a minimum of 25% marks in each subject in both SA 1 & SA 2. He / She must obtain 33 % marks in the overall total of FAs & SAs.