A continuous process of Identifying & evaluating a student skills
Means the scheme attempts to cover both the scholastic and Co-scholastic aspects of a students growth and development
Right to Education Act [RTE-2009]
- On 27th August 2009, Govt of India adopted a new act"right to free and compulsory education for children between 6-14 years of age". This law came into force for the entire country(except Kashmir)w.e.f 1st April 2010
- It states that students up to std VIII should not be made to appear for any board examination
- From the year 2010-2011,a scheme of continuous comprehensive evaluation to be implemented from std I to VIII
The Kothari Commission Report 1966 had stated that "the internal assessment or evaluation conducted by schools is of greater significance and should be given increasing importance. It should be comprehensive,evaluating all those aspects of students' growth that are measured by the external examination and also those personality traits,interest and attitudes which cannot be assessed by it"
The National Curriculum Framework-2005(NCF-05)also proposed examination reforms.
Its position paper on Aims of Education-NCF 2005,NCERT says:
School based CCE system should be established to...
Reduce stress on children
Make evaluation comprehensive and regular
Provide space for the teacher for creative teaching
Provide a tool of diagnosis and remediation
Produce learners with greater skills
National Policy on Education 1986 had also stated that 'continuous and comprehensive Evaluation should incorporate both scholastic and non-scholastic aspects of evaluation spread over the total span of instructional time.
Evaluation taken at varying interval throughtout a course to provide information and feedback that will help improve the quality of student learning and the quality of the course itself.
To monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by instructors to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning.
Asking students to submit 1 or 2 sentences identifying the main point of a lecture.