CCE Implementation of Examination Reforms for Classes 6th to 9th Classes 2015-16
AP School Education Department Implementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of examination system and Implementation of Examination Reforms for Classes VI to IX from the Academic year 2015-16 and for class X from the Academic Year 2016-17 in fullest extent
AP Schools New CCE Exam Pattern 2015-16 for VI to X AP CCE GO 82AP Schools Implementation New CCE Exam Pattern from 2015-16 for VI to IX GO 82 and extension to 6-10th Classes CCE Pattern GO 82 Dated 29th Oct 2015. Govt of AP has ordered for implementation of examination reforms i.e. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of examination system for Classes VI to IX from the Academic year 2015-16 and for Class X from the Academic Year 2016-17 in fullest extent in all schools in the state i.e. Government, local bodies, aided and private recognized schools.
CCE Marks and Grading allotment Table :
AP CCE Implementation Schedule :CCE should be implemented (Internal and External mode) from class VI to IX during this academic year (2015-16). This will be the field experience for the stakeholders to implement examination reforms in a desired manner.
March 2016 SSC Public Examinations will be without internal marks, pattern and procedure will be as followed in 2015 public examinations. 11 papers with old patterns the number of questions will be same. But the nature of questions will be thought provoking, analytical and open ended in nature and CCE registers , Records.
CCE pattern of examination system for class X in fullest extent should be adopted during 2016-17 onwards with 11 papers.
SCERT take responsibility to implement examination reforms up to class X.
b) Papers and Marks
|Subject||Total Marks||Marks for final Public Exam||Internal assessment marks ( 4FAs and 3SAs )|
|First Language Paper I (Telugu/ Sanskrit/ Kannada/ Odia/ Tamil/ Urdu)||50 marks||40||20|
|First language Paper-2 (Telugu/ Sanskrit/ Kannada/ Odia/Tamil/Urdu)||50 marks||40|
|Second Language (Telugu/ Hindi)||100 marks||80||20|
|Third Language Paper-1 (English)||50 marks||40||20|
|Third Language Paper-2 (English)||50 marks||40|
|Mathematics – Paper 1||50 marks||40||20|
|Mathematics – Paper 2||50 marks||40|
|Science-Paper-1 (Physical Science)||50 marks||40||20|
|Science Paper-2 (Bio Science)||50 marks||40|
|Social Studies – Paper 1 (Geography & Economics)||50 marks||40||20|
|Social Studies – Paper 2 (History & Civics)||50 marks||40|
|Composite Course - Sanskrit Paper – 1||70||60||20|
|Composite Course - Sanskrit Paper – 2||30||20|
c) Marks weightage and duration of examination:
Language subjects – 40 marks per paper and the examination duration will be 2 hours and 30 minutes in addition to 15 minutes for reading the question paper (2 hours 45 minutes) for Telugu/ Sanskrit/ Kannada/ Odia/ Tamil/ Urdu. 80 marks Hindi paper duration is also the same.
Non language subjects – Mathematics, Science and Social Studies – Every subject will have two papers and each paper is for 40 marks and the examination duration is 2 hours and 30 minutes in addition to 15 minutes for reading the question paper.
The Summative Examinations which are school based for class VI to IX and the final summative is of public exams at class X conducted by Director, Govt. Examinations. Each subject will be conducted for 80% of marks. The remaining 20% of marks are through internal assessment i.e. four Formative Assessments [FA] and three Summative Assessments [SA]
The total marks of four Formative Assessments and two Summative Assessments conducted in an academic year will be accounted for 20% of marks in class X public examinations.
Implementation of co curricular activities in cce :
the HM should allot co-curricular activities to the working teachers as suggested hereunder
- Value education and Life Skills – Language teachers
- Art and Cultural Education - Science teachers
- Work and Computer Education – Maths teachers
- Health and Physical Education - PET/ Social teachers.
Formative Assessment Marks allotment :
1. Children participation and reflection - (For languages - Read any book other than text book and write a report, Mathematics - prepare own problems and solution, Science - prepare lab report on experiment done by him/her, Social - Express opinions on contemporary issues) - 10 marks
2. Project works - (Any other suitable tool may be developed by teacher preparation and presentation of Projects, Model making, art, paintings etc) - 10 marks
3. Written works- (own expressions in note books, field observation, data collection and analysis reports, creative writings etc) -10 marks
4. Slip test- Slip test should be conducted on selected Academic Standards. There is no need to conduct slip test in a specified timetable like our conventional unit test examinations. It is informal in nature teacher has, freedom to conduct slip test in his regular classroom transaction - 20 marks. Total- 50 marks.
5. Student should get 18 marks to pass in Formative Assessment.
Headmaster Activities in CCE System :
Headmaster is the first level supervisory officer to ensure proper implementation of curricular and co-curricular activities, teacher preparation, lesson plans, teaching learning process and conduct of exams properly by all the teachers.
Allotment curricular and co-curricular subjects to the teachers available and see that all these areas must be transacted.
Headmaster must check the evidences for internal exams
HM to furnish internal marks and grades on FA and SA, co-curricular activities through on-line as per the schedule.
The HM should follow the schedule for the conduct of internals and other exams and maintenance of children cumulative records and communicating the progress to the parents at regular intervals.
The HM must ensure for quality classroom transaction by utilizing available TLM, equipment and library books in the schools.
The HM should conduct monthly review on the performance of the teachers and children and record in the minutes book alongwith suggestions for each teacher and review follow up action on the minutes of the earlier meeting.
The HM should observe the classroom transactions of each teacher and offer further suggestions and guidance for improvement.
Teachers Activities in CCE system :
Teachers are responsible for the proper implementation of textbooks i.e. activities, projects, experiments, field investigations, information tasks etc.
The exercises given under each unit/ lesson are analytical and thought provoking in nature and children should think and write on their own. There shall not copying of answers from the guides, study materials, copying from other children notebooks etc.
The questions in the box items are meant for discussions in the classrooms where children express and share their thinking and ideas. This is helpful for application of textbook knowledge in their daily life situations.