Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is a process to provide holistic profile of the learners through regular assessment of both scholastic and co scholastic aspects of development over the total span of learning time. The examination pattern has undergone a sea change in this new system. Tests are divided into two parts:
1. Formative
2. Summative

Formative tests will comprise (A) class work (B) home work (c) oral questioning (D) quizzes (E) projects (F) assignment. Formative tests will be conducted four times in an academic session, two before summative assessment-I and two summative assessment-II. The overall weight of four formative assessments is 40%.
The summative assessments will be conducted by the school; question papers will be prepared by the school itself from the question bank issued by CBSE. The summative assessment will be conducted twice in an academic session and the overall weight will be 30% for each summative assessment. The percentage of marks will be added on the basis of the formula given below: For classes VI to X:

10% FA1 + 10% FA2 + 10% FA3 + 10% FA4 + 30% SA1 + 30% SA2 = 100%

The CBSE has also introduced the grading pattern. In addition to the summative assessment, the Board will offer an online aptitude test (optional) that may also be used as a tool along with the grades obtained in the CCE to help students to decide the choice of subjects in class XI. The board has also instructed the schools to prepare the report card and it will be duly signed by the principal, the student and the Board official.

In order to evaluate social science the following skill must be followed:
1. Investigation
2. Deductive Method
3. co-relation with real life situation
4. use of IT
5. concept understanding, various assignments can be given such as (i) project (ii) models and charts (iii) group work (iv) worksheet (v) survey (vi) seminar etc., The teacher will play a major role like to give remedial help, maintain record term wise, to maintain check list and records etc.
The new CCE method will bring enormous changes from the traditional chalk and talk method when it is implemented in true spirit. The teacher will play a pioneering role in erasing the stress and phobia from the students

Other Provisions
• The assessment has been made easy by splitting up the whole year into 2 semesters.
• After completing a semester, a test called 'SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT' is held by C.B.S.E. directly (90 marks for class IX and 90 marks for class X).
• According to the notified scheme, every aspect of extra-curricular activities like sports, club activities are given prior importance.

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