State Council of Educational Research and Training holds one-day CCE workshop

State Council of Educational Research and Training holds one-day CCE workshop
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State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) organised a one- day workshop on implementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) method of teaching here on Monday. The programme was officiated by Andhra Pradesh school education commissioner K Sandhya Rani.

Vijayawada: State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) organised a one- day workshop on implementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) method of teaching here on Monday. The programme was officiated by Andhra Pradesh school education commissioner K Sandhya Rani.

SCERT assessment cell head Dr. K Panduranga Swamy, National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), Professors and representatives from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala state and officials of education department were present.

The workshop was held to provide opportunity to all stakeholders to share their experiences and to discuss the issues and challenges in implementing CCE and identify problems and solutions for effective implementations of CCE.The key objectives discussed in the workshop were to get a national perspective on CCE and insight into the research of NCERT on the implementation of CCE and its problems, provide opportunity to share experiences of implementing CCE in Andhra Pradesh and other states, discuss key challenges and solutions and suggestions for more effective CCE in AP.

The main challenges were no proper training for teachers and monitoring mechanism and no training imparted on CCE for teachers at private schools. Teachers lack expertise on curricular and co-curricular areas. Many teachers pay attention on recording grades. The concern was lack of understanding about the true objective and nature of CCE and managing the administrative work related to CCE along with no detention policy and problem related to FA and SA marks, grading.

Internal and external evaluation pressure was there on teachers. No instructions were issued to improve student’s talents. Many defects were noticed on weightage of marks while promoting students from Class VIII, IX to Class X, corrections of answer sheets at same school for Class VI to IX and provide project work, drawing books, story books to government schools.


MLC K Narasimha Reddy said that district wise competitions are to be removed in Class X results, forcible completion of syllabus to be removed and then formality assessment would be effectively implemented, he added.

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