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Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation

Evaluation is an integral component of teaching learning process. It helps not only in supplying feedback to rectify the shortcomings of students but also in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the teachers.

A Pilot-Project on ‘Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation’ was launched in 2007-08, selecting one block in each of the 12-districts. In the selected blocks students of Class-I-V were evaluated on the basis of CCE. Pupils were assessed as per the pedagogical needs stated in NCF-2005 i.e. different learner learn differently, quality of teaching, beyond the examination hall, paper- pencil test. Pupils' achievements, both in scholastic and co-scholastic domain were kept in view. 

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) refers to a system of School Based Assessment that covers all aspects of a child’s development. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) has been introduced in the State for bringing about quality improvement not only on curricular level but also on over all personality development of students. We understand that teaching, learning and evaluation is a continuous process and in order to ensure proper learning, child should be evaluated in very short intervals and identified gaps should be bridged through remedial teaching. CCE helps in improving students' performance by identifying his/her learning difficulties at regular time intervals right from the beginning of the academic session and employing suitable remedial measures for enhancing their learning performance.

In the current academic session 2021-22, due to pandemic COVID 19, a uniform schedule for all types of assessment in the Government of Himachal Pradesh (Summer and Winter clossing schools) has been implemented:

Link for Uniform Schedule of Assessment 2021-22

Other written records to be maintained:

  1. Oral assessment (part of FA) – marks to be given for reading, comprehension, discussion & answering abilities – in CCE register
  2. 3 assignments to be given, per term, per subject. Records to be maintained in CCE register
  3. Student Portfolios to be maintained for each student
  4. Co-scholastic records – co-scholastic aspect of each student – interpersonal relationships, moral & national values, sports, arts & extra-curricular to be considered & recorded in CCE register

 

School Responsibility- School incharge, Principal, HM/CHT as the case may be, should ensure that teachers maintain all records as mentioned above, for all students. All these records, including the CCE register will be duly inspected from time-to-time and will be uploaded on the e-Samwad App.

 

The final report card to carry grades as per the following table:

S.No.

Total % marks obtained

Grade to be awarded

Remarks

1

80-100

A

Out standing

2

65-79

B

Very Good

3

50-64

C

Good

4

35-49

D

Average

5

1-34

E

Below Average

 

  1. Weightage of marks :

          Classes 1st and 2nd Report Card  

          Classes 3rd, 4th and 5th Report Card (Note: As per the HP Govt. Orders, HPBoSE Dharamshala will be the responsible authorised for conducting Annual examination of Class-3, Class-5 and Class-8)  

          Classes 6th, 7th and 8th Report Card

         Class wise CCE Final Result Sheets (format) 2020-21 

         Class wise CCE Final Result Sheets (format) 2021-22 (Note: CCE Final Result Sheet for class-3 will be uploaded later

To know more about CCE please click. (Concept Paper)

 Notification of CCE

 Marks distribution for class 5th & 8th

  Guidelines regarding conducting of 5th & 8th  class annual assessment

 

 Division of Syllabus of classes 1st to 8th into two terms

          Class 1st (Revised)

          Class 2nd (Revised) 

          Class 3rd (Revised)

          Class 4th (Revised)

          Class 5th (Revised)

          Class 6th

          Class 7th

          Class 8th

First time standardization of SA-I for classes 1-8 in Govt. schools of Himachal Pradesh