CCE system for all schools in Tamil Nadu

The School Education Department will introduce the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system for classes I to VIII from the next academic year. According to a Government Order dated September 19, the initiative seeks to help the students move from rote learning to an application-based approach. The decision to introduce CCE has been taken following … Read moreCCE system for all schools in Tamil Nadu

CBSE CCE Certificates More Detailed Now

Students who have just passed the Class X examination from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) can now look forward to a more elaborate certificate that will grade them in scholastic and co-scholastic areas. The certificate, to be issued under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme introduced by the CBSE, will give descriptive … Read moreCBSE CCE Certificates More Detailed Now

Learn Next CD Pack for CBSE VI-X CCE Syllabus

We are offering the Learn Next CD Pack for classes VI to X at very nominal price under a special promotional offer exclusively for our site users only. Our site visitors will get flat 25% off on these products for a limited period only (on rates provided in learnnext.com). Students can get the complete Study … Read moreLearn Next CD Pack for CBSE VI-X CCE Syllabus

Subject-Wise Online Quiz for CBSE Students

Central Board of Secondary Education has initiated use of latest Information and Communication Technology in the field of education. About 40 % questions in CCE system will be Multiple Choice type objective questions. These questions will have four options and student have to choose one correct answer. Students in class 11 and 12 will have … Read moreSubject-Wise Online Quiz for CBSE Students

CCE with Grading System Proposed in Maharashtra Board

The government of Maharashtra is considering a proposal for a grades-based marking system and a no-fail policy for SSC schools. The proposed continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE) for state board schools is similar to the system followed by CBSE schools except that it will be for standards I to VIII, instead of standards IX and X … Read moreCCE with Grading System Proposed in Maharashtra Board