The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may scrap the Comprehensive Continuous Evaluation (CCE) mode of grading for classes IX and X student in schools affiliated to it from the next academic year. According to sources, the scheme received negative feedback from various quarters. A CBSE committee has reportedly recommended that the scheme be done away with in classes IX and X but be retained up till class VIII.
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Central Board of Secondary Education on Tuesday notified supplementary material on additional sub-topics included in the Class XII physics theory syllabus for March 2015 examination.
Although the material was notified as part of the CBSE syllabus, in June 2014 many students were unaware as it was not there in the prescribed NCERT textbooks. Since many schools and students didn't have the access to the content the board has decided to upload it online.
In a free-wheeling interaction with HRD minister Smriti Z Irani on the occasion of International Education Day, school children on Monday, in an overwhelming voice, demanded scrapping of continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) system that has made class X examination optional.They said that they wanted CBSE to revert to the old system of Class X examination.