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CBSE finalized CBSE-CCE software to list students

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CBSE finalized CBSE-CCE 2013 software
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi has finalized the CBSE-CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) 2013 software for all schools to download list of students with roll number registered from school for the academic year 2011-13.

CBSE-CCE 2013 software will have the list of all the registered students from the CBSE website. It compile and upload term wise details in respect of each student.

The software will automatically calculate required term wise weightage for Formative Assessments and Summative Assessments.

The Scheme of CCE and grading system was introduced in the academic year 2009-10 by CBSE at secondary stage in all schools affiliated to it.

As per the scheme-I, For those who do not wish to move out of the CBSE system after class 10, question papers and marking scheme supplied by the board and evaluation carried put by the school, For this, the Board is collecting the assessment data electronically from all the schools.

As per the scheme-II, For those who wish to move out of the CBSE system after class 10 and wished to join institutions/ schools/ junior colleges affiliated to Boards other than the CBSE. Question papers and marking scheme is prepared by the Board and evaluation carried out by the Board through external examiners.

About CCE:
The scheme of CCE for classes 10 and 12 to be followed by all the affiliated schools. Under the CCE, a student has to undergo assessments in scholastic as well as Co-scholastic Areas. The main aim is to evaluate every aspect of the students during their presence at the school. This is believed to help reduce the pressure on the students during the examination.

Advantages of CCE:

  • Identifying the learning progress of students at regular time intervals.
  • Employing a variety of remedial measures of teaching based on learning needs and potential of different students.
  • Desisting from using negative comments in the learner's performance.
  • Encouraging learning through employment of a variety of teaching aids and techniques.
  • Involving learners actively in the learning process.
  • Recognizing and encouraging specific abilities of students, who do not excel in academics but perform well in other co-curricular areas.

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