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CBSE dispatches CCE syllabi for classes IX, X

CBSE dispatches CCE syllabi for classes IX, X

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has recently announced the bifurcated syllabi for the main subjects under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system for classes IX and X both for the first term (April to September, 2010) and second term (October to 31 March, 2011).

Although, detailed guidelines for formative and summative assessment in main subjects and sample question papers will be sent by the CBSE to the schools later while they have received the syllabi for the next academic session for classes IX and X.

The summative assessment includes overall assessment of the term while the formative assessment includes scholastic and non-scholastic activities.

“These documents will be helpful to your teachers in designing creative activities and lesson plans for transacting syllabus and assessing students effectively during the academic session effective from April 1, 2010,” said the circular including the syllabi disseminated to all the heads of the CBSE affiliated schools.

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