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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

faq's on evidences of assessment

1.How schools selected for Term-2, 2012-13 to sending the evidences of assessment

Ans:Schools which were selected for Term-2 falling under following three categories
 a.The schools which scored less than 20 during first term analysis work.
 b.The schools which were not selected for sending evidences for Term 1.
 c. The selected schools which did not send their evidences to the designated nodal centers/ regional offices for Term-I.

There is a notification for schools which were selected for sending the evidences of assessments for Term-2 has been uploaded on the cbse academic website.click here to the get the list. website: http://cbseacademic.in/web_material/Notifications/2013/15_NOTIFICATION.pdf schools list will be having the information about the following subjects English Hindi Mathematics Science Social Science for class xi and x and the Nodal Centre/Details of the City coordinator where school sent the evidences.

2.what are all instructions needs to be follow while sending the evidence? 

Ans:It is better recommended for schools to refer circular No. Acad-18 dated 20/2/2013 for full details on how to send evidences of assessments to their respective Nodal centre.check list can be find on page no.’s 6 to 10 may be used for sending desired information.schools are suggested to refer circular No.Acad-17 dated 18/2/2013 along with mentioned above.

3.What has prompted the Board to ask for evidences of Co-scholastic assessment?

Ans:1. So far as the reflection of Co-Scholastic grades in the Report Card is concerned, it is submitted that assessment being continuous in nature should begin right from the beginning of the session. In Circular No. 82, schools have been asked to include this in the Report Card of the Term-I also. This is being done as the parents must also be aware about the performance and progress of their child in the Co-Scholastic Areas
and Co-Scholastic Activities right from the beginning. Also the Board has received feedback from parents about being unaware of the Co-Scholastic grades till the end of the year and in such cases, malpractices creep in as they also lead to up scaling. Moreover, our data analysis has thrown up a list of schools where only impressionistic grades are being given without any activities being done or evidences being recorded.

2.Co-Scholastic is an important area of assessing students’ personality development and need to be given equal importance by the schools. However, the practice by many schools has been to neglect this area and inflate marks/grades so as to seek benefit from the up-gradation policy in the Scholastic areas advocated by the Board. This has prompted the Board to ask for evidences of assessments in Co-Scholastic
areas also along with the Scholastic assessment.

4. What evidences are required to be send for Co-Scholastic Assessment?

Ans: The following evidences are required
1. Details of various activities being used for imparting Life Skills, Work Education,
Values Education, etc.
2. Proforma of the selected students
3. Assessment rubrics being used.

5. What is a student’s portfolio?


  1. Photographs of students work of art, his participation in debates/discussions/Visual & Performing Arts, etc.
  2. Paintings and other examples of artistic endeavour as evidence of a learner’s abilities, thoughts and attitudes
  3. Audio-Video Recordings
  4. Self-Assessment Sheets as evidence of a learner’s self-evaluation
  5. Peer Assessment Sheets as evidences of social Life Skills projects and peer related behavior.
6.My school has less than 15 students in Class IX/X. How should I select/arrange the 

students for sending the Evidences of Assessment?

Ans:In case there are less than 15 students in IX/X of your school, you may send the evidences of
all the students to CBSE .

7.My school is shortlisted for sending Evidences of Assessment of subject Hindi but we have Punjabi/Malayalam subject instead of Hindi. Please guide us regarding this.

Ans:Evidences of Assessment are being collected in five subjects: Hindi, English, Mathematics,
Science and Social Science. If any school does not have Hindi as a subject, then the school
may send evidences in English and should intimate the same to the RO/respective nodal
centre. In case of any further clarifications, an email may be sent to sugandh.cbse@live.com.

8.My school has not received any Feedback Report regarding assessment of class IXX Term I April-Sep 2012.

Ans:All the Feedback Reports have been dispatched to the schools whose evidences have been
analysed for Term-I, 2012-13. There is a possibility that either the evidences sent by you
have not been received by the Regional Office/Nodal Centre or they have been received late
and hence not analysed. There is also a possibility that due to wrong address, the feedback
report might not been received at your end.

9.My school has been asked to send evidences of Class-X but ours is a newly affiliated school and has students only upto IX for the current session. What should we do?

Ans:The school may send the evidences for Class-IX in the same subject as communicated to you and a letter regarding the same may be given to the respective Regional Office/Nodal Centre.

10.My school has some students opting for Scheme-1 and some opting for Scheme-2 in Class-X in Summative Assessment - II. Please guide us on how to categorize the top, middle and bottom level of achievements.

Ans:he evidences of Formative and Co-Scholastic assessments will not get affected by the school opting for Scheme 1 or Scheme 2 in Class X. Regarding Summative Assessment -II;you should send evidences pertaining to the students who have opted for Scheme 1.

11.On the basis of the analysis of evidences of assessment what are some of the best 
practices adopted by a school ?

  1. Designated senior teachers as subject Coordinators
  2. Issue of Academic Circulars to Teachers on:
    1. Salient features of CCE
    2. Development of Academic Schedule and adherence to it. 
    3. Development of Assessment formats specifying kind of activity for each FA.
    4. Write-ups and formats for Co- Scholastic assessment, Diagnosing deficient areas of learning of students, taking remediation measures, Record keeping.
  3. Issue of Examination Circulars on conduct of Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment, Evaluation of answer sheets, 
  4. Regular Workshops for teachers on Life Skills Education, Problem Solving Assessment, Leadership Skills, Students Counseling, Career Counseling, Class Room Management, Development of High Order Questions, Values based education and assessment, Enhancing students’ performance through greater involvement, motivation, Assessment of Long Answer Questions, Multidisciplinary Projects etc.
  5. Preparing evidences of assessments as required by the Board.


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