Updated CCE System to Receive Feedback From Stakeholders

In order to ensure the effectiveness of its CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation) system, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has circulated a request asking for feedback from its schools, the students and their parents. The CCE system was implemented to identify the challenges that the students under the CBSE system faced and, by doing so, help their performances.

According to Anjali Bowen (Principal of Ryan International, Kandivli), getting feedback is a good move in order to modify the CCE scheme for the better.  Indeed, in its notification, the CBSE stated that the CCE is undergoing a process of reformation.

Details of CEE

The CEE was designed to identify the difficulties faced by the students and to provide remedial measures to nullify the same. In this way, the system aimed to better the overall performance of its students.

One of its advantages is that it had the flexibility for individual schools to plan their own schedules within the framework of the CCE system. It has been said that systematic implementation of the CCE aids the cognitive power and psychomotor skills of the student.

An examination of this system will identify the challenges experienced in the implementation of the system and help the board understand the views of the stakeholders (schools, students and their parents) on the same.

It has been reported that several schools are yet to see the notification as they were closed for Ganesh Chaturthi.


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