the Central Board of Education’s (CBSE’s) implementation of the Assessment of Speaking Listening Skills (ASL) in classes IX and XI is all set to give students more opportunities to practice their oral skills. School heads and teachers have acknowledged the fact that the transaction of a well structured and balanced curriculum will bring a reformatory approach to the teaching-learning as well as the assessment of student’s competency in the English language. ASL is mandatory for classes IX, X and XII.
Much has been talked about CBSE’s CEE evaluation process ever since it was introduced in 2009. Here’s an analysis of what the first ever CEE official report said about Indian schools
Revolutionary changes introduced in CBSE’s assessment mechanism, Class X board exam marks to be worth 30 per cent. The Central Board of Secondary Education is introducing drastic changes in the way students are evaluated at Class X level. The move, according to the Board, will help curb stress on students
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched a pre-examination counselling helpline to assist students get rid of exam related stress. CBSE launches pre-exam counselling helpline, to remain active till April 17
In a rather bizarre mode of assessment, Class XI students of CBSE schools across all streams including commerce and arts may have to answer questions related to Physics, Chemistry and Maths
Following the debut of the Open Text Book Assessment for students class IX and XI, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is now planning to bring open book exams to class X and XII.
CBSE to include formulas on question papers to help those bad with rote learning in the Open Book Exam System. CBSE already introduced OTBA (Open Text Based Assessment), or more commonly referred to as the Open Book Exam for students of Class IX and XI
Six working days in CBSE Schools from 2015. CBSE may make it mandatory for all affiliated schools to have six working days a week from 2015. All schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may soon be mandatory to have six functioning days a week at secondary and senior secondary level.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) asked all affiliated schools to grant 30-min extra to Class IX and XI students appearing in March 2014 final exams, especially for the OTBA.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started one of its toughest and most crucial annual exercise – collection of evidence of assessment (EA). Internal marks verifications given by schools being done by CBSE