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KVS CCE Scheme : Assessment of Co-Scholastic Areas

KVS CCE Scheme : Assessment of Co-Scholastic Areas

  1. All Co-scholastic areas will be assessed term wise.
  2. The teachers will maintain student wise record along with relevant descriptive indicators before awarding the final  grade.
  3. The teachers will ensure and encourage  participation of each  child  in one activity or the other so that no child is left out from  participation from the activities  organized  at  the Class /  School or Inter school level.
  4. The teachers have to keenly observe the behaviour /skills/  competencies/ attitudes of the each child in the class on all  possible occasions.
  5. The class teachers should have a healthy interaction with the subject teachers as well as the  co-scholastic subject teachers before awarding the final  grades.
  6. Grades will be awarded on a 5 points scale

Co-Scholastic Areas (Grading on 5 Point scale)

Grade Grade Points
A 4.1-5.0
B 3.1-4.0
C 2.1-3.0
D 1.1-2.0
E 0-1.0
  1. A School wise calendar of activities  showing the  Scholastic and Co- Scholastic -   CCA / Games and Sports and other programmes may be made in the beginning of the academic session and implemented effectively
  2. The Principals are to ensure personally that all activities of the KVS are conducted in a befitting manner – well planned and executed by involving all the teachers and the students.
  3. The teachers may be trained /guided, directed by the Principal/ Master Trainers for the effective implementation of CCE.
  4. The progress report card may be printed as per CBSE format (IX-X) but separately for Class VI, VII & VIII.

The KVS has introduced CCE from classes III to X from the academic session 2010-2011.  A suggestive calendar of activities / programme for scholastic and co-scholastic areas has been prepared to provide guidelines for implementation.  However, for class IX and X the CBSE pattern may be followed.  The calendar of activities in respect of class II to V will be available shortly on the website.

The proposed guidelines includes month wise split-up syllabus along with areas to be assessed under Formative and Summative Assessment.

It has been prepared with an inherent flexibility providing freedom to the teachers to implement it with suitable amendments (modification/ wherever required without diluting the objectives of CCE.

The term wise weightage would be as follows:

I Term (April – September)

FA1 – 10%     ( pen-paper test)

FA2 – 10%

SA1 – 30%     ( pen-paper test)

II Term (October  -  March)

FA3 – 10%     ( pen-paper test)

FA4 – 10%

SA2 – 30%     ( pen-paper test)

Total Term -1 and Term -2

FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4 = 40%

SA1 + SA2                  = 60%

Total                           = 100%

Grade Marks Range Grade Point
A1 93-100 10.0
A2 83-92 9.0
B1 73-82 8.0
B2 63-72 7.0
C1 53-62 6.0
C2 43-52 5.0
D1 33-42 4.0
D2 23-32 3.0
E 22 and below 2.0

CGPA   =      Total Grade Point / No of Subjects

Note:

  1. The schedule for FA2 and FA4 may be decided at school level.
  2. The progress report card may be printed as per CBSE format (IX-X) but separately for Class VI, VII & VIII.

The Central Board of School Education CBSE has decided to hold an optional "Proficiency test” for the students of Class X in June 2011. The test will be voluntary and for those students who clear Class X in March 2011. Soon, a circular will be released to to CBSE schools to collect data on the number of the students who wish to apply for the test.

The voluntary test will be based on the new CCE pattern and top institutions of the country like Central Institute of English And Foreign Languages (CIEFL), Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education and Central Hindi Institute have been approached for preparing the question papers.

"After discussion with parents and students from various parts of the country, we realised that there are some students who get motivated only by examinations. Thus for all such students, we will introduce the optional proficiency test, which will be conducted in June and would be voluntary,” said CBSE Chairman Mr. Vineet Joshi.

"The pattern of the test will depend on the number of requests we get. If the number of students opting for this test is not very large, we can go for an online test. Otherwise, we can opt for state-wise or district-wise centralised testing centres,” he added.

The students will not be charged any additional fees for this test. The test would have multiple-choice questions and the students would have the option to take test in just one subject or more subjects. Secondly, the result will declare the students’ percentile instead of percentages.


As is announced earlier, the preliminary stage of the CBSE Heritage India Quiz, 2010 will be conducted on Saturday, 28th August, 2010 in 69 centers across the country and in a few centers abroad as per the list given below.   The first stage of the quiz will be a multiple choice type written quiz wherein the correct answer is to be marked on the OMR answer sheet by darkening the appropriate circle.

The details of the quiz are as under:-

  • The proposed CBSE –Heritage India Quiz will be held on Saturday, 28th August, 2010
  • The timings of the examination will be from 10.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon.  The candidates will have to be present at the centre allotted at 10.00 a.m.
  • Each school will be represented by three candidates.  These candidates will be students from classes IX to XII.
  • The candidates will carry bonafide certificate issued by the Principal of respective schools and the photocopy of the letter sent to the school.
  • Roll Number is allotted to each candidate and it has to be mentioned on first page of the OMR answer sheet.  Candidate should affix their signatures in the space provided for this purpose in the OMR answer sheet.
  • Each candidate will write his/her name and code no. of the centre of examination on the OMR answer sheet at the space marked for the same.
  • No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall till the completion of the examination.
  • The candidates will be allowed to take the question paper with them.

The Central Board of Secondary Education notifies the following scholarship schemes on the basis of examinations conducted by the Board in the year 2010:

1. CBSE Merit Scholarship Scheme for Single Girl Child For + 2 studies.
2. CBSE Merit Scholarship Scheme for Professional Studies (AIPMT).
3. CBSE Merit Scholarship Scheme for Professional Studies (AIEEE).
4. CBSE Merit Scholarship Scheme for Under Graduate Studies for Single Girl Child.
5. Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship For College And University Students 2010.

The details, eligibility conditions of each scheme are given in Board’s website www.cbse.nic.in which may be referred to.

Eligible students may apply by 31st December 2010.

The Scholars of all the schemes who  have been granted scholarship by the Board during the previous years may also apply for renewal of scholarships.

The last date for receipt of all the applications is 31st  December 2010.

The Central Board of Secondary Education would like to initiate  training of trainers  to develop a band of qualified and competent trainers in CCE. Suitable and qualified trainers are requested to apply. The selected lot of teachers will be identified and contacted by the CBSE.  The programme details as well as training the trainer concept will be finalized later.

The Board requests principals / senior teachers / counselors from schools affiliated to the Board to apply provided they fulfill the following conditions.

The process of application and selection will be through applying online which may be submitted in the proforma given below:

PROFORMA

1.  My Identity as a Teacher:

Name/Age:     …………………………………………………………
Complete Address of the school: ………………………………….
…………………………………………….…………………………………..
………………….……………………………………………….………….
Mobile Number:   …………………. …………………………………
Landline No:    ………………….. ……………………………………
Email address:     ………………… …………………………………

2. Professional Qualifications:

•  MA/M.Phil in Psychology or M.Phil in Education / M.Ed./M.A./M.Sc. in Education, preferably with background in Mental Measurement and Psychometry
•  Years of teaching experience : A minimum of 05 years
•  Skills required: Excellent communication skills with positive outlook
•  ICT friendly and ability to work in a technological environment
•  Willingness to travel mostly within the region
•  Ability to accept challenges and work within constraints of time and space.

3.  List out three ways in which you can motivate Teachers.
………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………

Signature of the teacher:____________

Date:__________

*To be filled in and returned to the following address: sadhanap.cbse@nic.in


Central Board of  Secondary Education, New Delhi as declared class 10 compartment Result on 10 August 2010 at www.cbseresults.nic.in for Ajmer, Panchkula, Guwahati, Chennai and Allahabad Regions.

Result for other regions will be declared on one or two days. Students can access the result from http://cbseresults.nic.in any time.

School wise result is also available alongwith.

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