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Disadvantages of cce patern in cbse

Asked by Prerna (student) , 3 days, 7 hours ago


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- The CCE system in CBSE has brought about many radical changes in the teaching-learning process. The methodology of evaluation of students has also changed completely.

- Most of our schools do not have the correct infrastructure to conduct  practicals in Science and Mathematics (on a regular basis as part of the teaching methodology).

- Language laboratories are required to conduct speaking and listening classes in English and Hindi language. Most schools do not have a Language laboratory.

- The teacher's role and impartiality are of prime importance in the evaluation process, but this is not the case in most schools.

- The students have become casual with the option of reappearing for any evaluation kept open for them.

- A student securing 91% and another scoring 99% are both given the same grade under the grading system.

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Some of the students consider the CCE to be mayhem in the studies. As every students have their own strength and weakness, students who are shy or some ward introvert will not speak well in the oral test, were as these students will be able to express themselves in the written test pretty well.  Students are some times over loaded with various assignments and projects.

Posted by Akshat Tiwari (student) on 8/4/12

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The biggest disadvantage of the Central Board of Secondary Education Continuous Comprehensive Learning programme is the grading system that it uses. [ Students scoring 90 marks and 99 marks respectively will still both attain an A* grade, so it could be described as unfair for the student scoring the higher mark. One other shortcoming is the fact that huge numbers of students are grouped together. For example, last year there were 348 students in Navi Mummbai at Universal Tutorials all scoring more than 90 per cent. It is possible that a scenario will emerge wherein all students scoring above, say, 91 per cent in all subjects will have the same cumulative grading. This poses the problem of how do you rank them? What will the admission process for the Standard XI based on? In an attempt to address the problem a percentile mark has been introduced by the board. The percentile of a student indicates the position or rank of the student in percentage form. The top ranked student will get a percentile of 100. This is calculated by the formula, 'Number of students below student X 100 divided by (total no of students -1). However, this in itself brings its own setback. The grading system may actually lead to more stress and disincentive to performance. In addition to CBSE, Secondary School Certificates by state boards and those governing the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education are also conducting exams for Standard X and continue to follow the marks system and percentage of mark in each subject. Marks percentage and percentile are not comparable. This leads to an open ended situation particularly for the Standard XI admission process and those seeking admission from CBSE to other boards. This issue is still to be resolved and a decision needs to be made regarding how it will be tackled. source: blurtit ] 

Posted by Ashima Dhall (student) on 8/4/12

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no disadvantage only advantages ...

Posted by Rohit Sood (student) on 10/4/12

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 For average students its good but real scorers are mentally touchered.

Posted by Rithm Dwivedion 14/4/12

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 lots of project work.

As a result, less reading time

Posted by Ranveer Singh (student) on 16/6/12

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 I am personally under this cce system of cbse for 1 year and I feel it has many demerits.
It was aimed to reduce stress on students whereas it has done just the opposite !
It was aimed to make cbse similar to international educating policies, I am not sure if cbse has managed to do so.
Under cce students are continuously graded for academic as well as co-scholastic qualities, and to do so regular tests are taken and projects and activities are given.
Completing these projects take lots of time which could be used for studying and therefore students get lesser time to study for the main exams (which still accoun for 80% of total result)
Students are continuously under stress because they now have to tackle 6 exams throughout the year( 4 Formative Assessments And 2 Summitive Assessments)
Many may have opposite views but I have presented not only my personal views but the views of other students I know from my school as well as other schools.


Posted by Nandini Bansal (student) on 3/7/12

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 If it was  changed gradually I suppose it could have been better

Posted by Nandini Bansal (student) on 3/7/12

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 If it was changed gradually I suppose it could have been better and it has no advantages rather only disadvantages

Posted by Nandini Bansal (student) on 3/7/12

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 i dont like this cce 

pattern 

but i like it........

Posted by Vigneshbabu (student) on 26/6/13

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Posted by Md Naseem (student) on 7/10/14

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The biggest disadvantage of theCentral Board of Secondary Education Continuous Comprehensive Learningprogramme is the grading system that it uses. [ Students scoring 90 marks and 99 marks respectively will still both attain an A* grade, so it could be described as unfair for the student scoring the higher mark. One other shortcoming is the fact that huge numbers of students are grouped together. For example, last year there were 348 students in Navi Mummbai at Universal Tutorials all scoring more than 90 per cent. It is possible that a scenario will emerge wherein all students scoring above, say, 91 per cent in all subjects will have the same cumulative grading. This poses the problem of how do you rank them? What will the admission process for the Standard XI based on? In an attempt to address the problem a percentile mark has been introduced by the board. The percentile of a student indicates the position or rank of the student in percentage form. The top ranked student will get a percentile of 100. This is calculated by the formula, 'Number of students below student X 100 divided by (total no of students -1). However, this in itself brings its own setback. The grading system may actually lead to more stress and disincentive to performance. In addition to CBSE, Secondary School Certificates by state boards and those governing the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education are also conducting exams for Standard X and continue to follow the marks system and percentage of mark in each subject. Marks percentage and percentile are not comparable. This leads to an open ended situation particularly for the Standard XI admission process and those seeking admission from CBSE to other boards. This issue is still to be resolved and a decision needs to be made regarding how it will be tackled. source: blurtit ]

Posted by Md Naseem (student) on 7/10/14

we cannot conceentrate on our actual studies but on projects etc...

Posted by Manognya Gatereddi (student) on 14/10/14

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Posted by Deepsee Dwivedi (student) on 16/10/14

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please give me in hindi for desadvantage of cce pattern

Posted by Aarohi Tiwari (student) on 24/11/14

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international education system isnt good. cbse is better and ppl learn more

Posted by Nigger Please (student) on 18/12/14

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