CBSE's school-based exam in Sept

It was introduced as part of the CBSE’s examination reforms and the continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) in the academic year 2009-10. Two SAs and four Formative Assessments (FAs) will be held in an academic year. Under SA-I, students will be tested internally based on the syllabus and pattern of a examination question paper in different subjects.

As done earlier, SA-I will be a pen-paper test. The CBSE will send the question paper bank in English Communicative, English Language and Literature, Hindi-A, Hindi-B, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and Communicative Sanskrit subjects to the schools well in time. For other subjects, schools will have to prepare their own question papers based on the sample pattern.

The answer scripts will be evaluated by the school teachers themselves on the basis of the marking scheme. Officials/nominees appointed by the Board, however, can randomly verify the assessment procedures. 
Schools should not send the answer books of SA-I to the Board. Details can be had from website or contact Dr Srijata Das, Education Officer, CBSE, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi-110002 or call 011-23237779 or write to

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