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CBSE to Collect CCE Assessment Data for Class IX & X Students

Feb 4, 2014 16:18 IST

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to collect assessment data of students of classes IX and X, those who are to appear in SA2 in March, 2014. The Board has issued circular asking affiliated schools to send/submit the Marks obtained by the candidate in an Assessment/ Examination out of Maximum Marks assigned to the Assessment/ Examination. The circular is available on CBSE’s website -- cbse.gov.in.

    This time, the Board is collecting the assessment data electronically from all the schools. It has finalized software for all schools to download List of Candidates with Roll No registered from school for Academic session 2012-14 from the Board’s website, and then compile and upload term wise details of Formative Assessments (FA) and Summative Assessments (SA) in respect of each candidate.

    According to CBSE notice and set schedule, the schools have to upload immediately the data of Marks and Grade for Class IX 2012-13 Term I & Term II and Class X 2013-14 Term- I. However, the Data for Class X 2013-14 Term-II have to be uploaded positively by 15 April 2014.

    The scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) and Grading System was introduced by the CBSE at Secondary Stage in all schools affiliated to it from the academic session 2009-2010. The detailed information about the same has been given to schools from time to time through different circulars which are also available on CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in.

    CBSE Circular Regarding Collection of Assessment Data

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