Revision in Weightage of Marks in Summative Assessment I & II Classes IX & X : 2011-2013

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Central Board of Secondary Education

Revision in weightage of marks in Summative Assessment I (SA ­ I) and Summative Assessment II (SA ­ II) in respect of Classes IX and X for the academic session 2011–2013.

Dear Principal ,

As you are aware, that under Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme, the break up of assessments in scholastic areas (Class X, 2011 ) was as under:

Term

Type of Assessment

Percentage of eightage in academic session

Term­wise weightage

Total

FIRST TERM (April-Sept) Formative
Assessment-1
10% Formative
Assessment
1+2=20%


Formative
= 40%

Summative
=60%

Total
= 100%

Formative
Assessment-2
10%
Summative
Assessment - I
20% Summative Assessment I =20%
SECOND TERM (Oct-March) Formative
Assessment-3
10%

Formative
Assessment
3+4=20%

Formative
Assessment-4
10%
Summative
Assessment - II
40% Summative Assessment II =40%


KINDLY NOTE THAT THE ABOVE WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS WOULD CONTINUE FOR CANDIDATES APPEARING FOR CLASS X, 2012 EXAMINATIONS.

However, for present class IX Summative Assessment I scheduled to be held in September, 2011 and Summative Assessment II to be held in March, 2012 (Academic Session 2011 – 2013), the break­up of assessments in Scholastic areas would be as under :

Term

Type of Assessment

Percentage of eightage in academic session

Term­wise weightage

Total

FIRST TERM (April-Sept) Formative
Assessment-1
10% Formative
Assessment
1+2=20%


Formative
= 40%

Summative
=60%

Total
= 100%

Formative
Assessment-2
10%
Summative
Assessment - I
30% Summative Assessment I =30%
SECOND TERM (Oct-March) Formative
Assessment-3
10%

Formative
Assessment
3+4=20%

Formative
Assessment-4
10%
Summative
Assessment - II
30% Summative Assessment II =30%

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