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“Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation” (CCE) refers to a system of school-based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of a student’s development. Based on this programme, students are continually assessed of their all-round personality development. Multiple techniques of evaluation are used to do so.There are 6 main areas of assessment:

  1. Scholastic Part 1 (A)
  2. Scholastic Part 1 (B)
  3. Life Skills Part 2 (A)
  4. Attitudes and Values Part 2 (B)
  5. Co-curricular Activities Part 3 (A)
  6. Health & Physical Education Part 3 (B)

St. Paul’s Institute adopts the following tools and techniques for evaluating the students:

  1. Observation: Each and every teacher is to observe the students. The observations may be natural or planned. It is an on-going process of evaluation. The teacher makes a day to day observation of personality development which may be used to create a comprehensive picture of the child later on.
  2. Checklists: There are sets of statements that help to gather information about specific objectives. Checklists help the teachers to identify how and when skills are acquired by a child as well as a group.
  3. Anecdotal Record: This is a confidential record wherein any observable personality trend in a child is recorded. Any favourable or unfavourable behaviour is recorded with the time and place of observation. This record helps the teacher in understanding the child by providing specific description of his/her personality. It also aids in clinical service. (For more information, visit cce.cbse.com/cbse-cce-guidelines/)

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