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Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Training for CBSE Teachers by Book Publishers

Aug 28, 2013 17:05 IST

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has selected a national book publishing company whose sales and marketing department is located in Nagpur, to organize training seminars on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE).

    For conducting this training, S Chand & Company is also impaneled by the CBSE to include updates in CCE. The main business of the company aimed to publish educational books. This involvement makes them one of the agencies allowed to train teachers.

    The company’s vice-president (sales and marketing), Bhagirath Kaushik said that their involvement in publishing educational books makes them suitable, due to which board has selected them. They are publishing books from last 70 years which have empowered the learning community and the education. This is responsible for offering better understanding of education initiatives and developments. They have a large number of proficient resource persons, authors, subject experts, and trainers as well and work.

    This training is mandatory for every CBSE school and the teachers should have at least one week training every year. Kaushik further added that although teachers know the various elements of the CCE and its necessity still they face difficulty is implementing this. The major issue occurs while managing the record, completing the syllabus and sustaining student involvement.

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