According to the new deal, between the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the CBSE will monitor Goa's Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system for the Class IX and X. Apart from monitoring, the Central Board will also evaluate and research the whole CCE process. This whole process will start only if the CCE system gets implemented in the new academic year.
According to the report submitted by Goa Board committee, the board has asked the government for the extension of the CCE system of assessment in Class IX and X. However, the report is still pending and till now it hasn't got the final stamp by the officials.
Currently, Goa has CCE system for classes up to VIII standard however, since it faced some criticism that points at teachers for not being able to implement the system correctly, the system did not get implemented in higher classes.
In order to overcome the criticism and solve the issue, the Goa Board will get the expert help from ‘The Centre for Assessment, Evaluation and Research' which is a body jointly formed by CBSE and Pearson Foundation. The Body will conduct several awareness programmes for Goa's senior teachers in order to make them well versed with the CCE system.
As per the schedule, the body will organise a two day seminar in Goa on 16th and 17th January, which will be attended by senior teachers and officials of Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.
The initial plan of the Goa Board is to guide 50 senior teachers on how to implement CCE in Class IX and X effectively. Subsequently, those senior teachers will train rest of the state's teachers, aimed at guiding the proper implementation of CCE.