CBSE launches CCE Report

The report traces the evolution of CCE since its inception in 2009 till date.

March 04, 2014 11:22 IST | India Infoline News Service
Showcasing the journey of CCE – the idea, its objective, its implementation and outcome- the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) launched theCBSE CCE Report today. The report traces the evolution of CCE since its inception in 2009 till date.
Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation (CCE) has been one of the most unique evaluation pattern that any education board in the country has introduced. Brought forward by CBSE in 2009, CCE looks at examinations as an assessment tool of real learning, not judged by mere marks.
CCE focuses on interactive classroom learning, steering students away from rote learning and emphasising on knowledge that the student  will retain for life, which would be of use in their professional lives.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has strengthened CCE and introduced School Based Assessment in the year 2009 to shift the emphasis from examination to learning. The implementation of the CCE in schools has been eventful with stakeholders reacting in different ways. As the scheme is about to complete five years of its implementation, there was a well-grounded need for a detailed report on the CCE implementation and strengthening.
To ensure effective and efficient implementation of CCE in the affiliated schools, the Board has trained nearly 3000 mentors since 2010, in India and abroad.
Present at the launch, Shri Rajarshi Bhattacharya, Secreatry, School Education and Literacy, said, ”Quality education enables children and adults, whatever their status or background, to fulfill their individual intellectual and physical potential and participate actively in a peaceful, democratic society, respectful of human rights.”
Commencing the launch, Shri Vineet Joshi, Chairman, CBSE said, “The Report reflects the fact that in the first year after implementation of CCE, there has been considerable improvement in classroom teaching and learning. In 2013, the class 12 examination has portrayed better results as compared to the last 5 years. There has been progress not just in marks but also in quality of learning.”
It is also seen that CCE has resulted in the reduction of stress calls. It has been seen that there has been a 35% decline in stress calls from 2012 to 2013. 
In a survey, it has been found that teachers are in support of CCE, which has also impelled them to improve teaching practises to remain competent for the progressive patterns of CCE.
Dr.M.M. Pallam Raju, Union Minister, Ministry of HRD concluded saying, “Implementation of CCE was not an arbitrary decision. CCE has been well implemented in the last 5 years and CBSE is working hard to evolve it further to make education student friendly.”

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