RC 03 dt:16.7.16. CCE- Effective Implementation in Schools Education System
Proceedings of the Commissioner of School Education AndhraPradesh
Proc. Rc. No. 3 /B/C&T/SCERT/2016                                                            Dated:  16-7-2016

Sub:       School  Education   -  SCERT  Andhra  Pradesh  -   Examination      reforms  - Certain  Guidelines  -  For  effective  implementation  of CCE  in           the  School Education  System - Orders Issued - Reg.

1.Announcement  of Hon'ble  Chief Minister  of Andhra  Pradesh  in public meetings.
2. GO.MS  No.  82  School  Education  (Prog-II)  Dept.,  dated  29.10.2015 of Govt. of A.P.
3.   G.O.MS.No.   12 School  Education  (Prog.II)  Dept.,  dated  25-2-2016  of Govt. of A.P.
4.   G.O.MS.  No. 20 School Education  (Prog.II)  Dept.,  dated 28-3-2016  of Govt. of A.P.
5.   G.O.MS.No.  41  School  Education  (Prog.II)  Dept.,  dated  7-6-2016  of Govt. of A.P.
All the District Educational  Officers, RJDSEs and other Officers of School Education in the State are hereby  informed  that  Government  of Andhra  Pradesh  has  issued  different G.Os as mentioned  in the reference  from 2nd to 5th  in relation to Examination  Reforms.   The main reforms in the examination  system are Implementation  of CCE pattern of Evaluation in 101h  class Public  Examination  from 2016-17,  weightage  marks  to class  VIII and  IX to the 101h   class batch of 2018-19 and Common Summative Examination  from class VI to X for all the schools under all managements  in the State of Andhra Pradesh.
The  detailed  guidelines   to  be  followed  without  any  deviation   are  mentioned  as follows.
1. G. 0.  Ms. No: 82 School Edn. (Prog.11) Dept. dated 29-10-2015:
• CCE  should  be  implemented  from  class  VI to X with  80 external,  20  internal pattern.
•   SSC Public  Examination  from 2017 March onwards  internal  20%, external  80% pattern with 11  papers.
• Language  subjects  Telugu,  Sanskrit,  Kannada,  Odia,  Tamil  and  Urdu have two papers and each paper is for 40marks.
•   Hindi single paper with 80 marks
•   All non-language  subjects  i.e., Mathematics,  Science, Social have two papers for 40marks each.
• The  examination  time  is 2hrs 45min.  15minutes  is allotted  for reading  question paper
•    Three  Summative  Assessments   should be conducted  from class VI to X. In class X SA-III is the Public Examination  from the year 2016-17 onwards.
• Four Formative  Assessments  should be conducted  as per the Academic  Calendar for              50  marks  ( 1 Omarks for  children  participate  and  reflection,   1 Omarks project work,     1 Omarks written work and 20marks  slip tests)
• Instruct  all the teachers to preserve  evidences  of award of marks with regarding to Four Formative  Assessments   for cross  verification  by the moderation  committee from time to time.
• 20% of internal  for each  subject  shall be calculated  by taking  to account  total of Four  Summatives   (50x4  =  200)  and  Two  Summatives   (80x2=160)   and  Total marks achieved  for 360 shall be reduce to 20.
• Four Co-Curricular   areas as mention  in GO, i.e., Value  Education  and  life skills, Art and Cultural  Education,  Work and Computer  Education,  Health  and  Physical Education    should  be assessed  by the teacher  through  observation  and  remember there no written examination
•    In the case of Co-Curricular  Activities,  there is no Formative  Assessment.
• Marks  based grading  should be followed ranging from A 1   to D2 (8point scale) for co-curricular areas, A+, A, B, C, D (5 point scale).
•    CGPA will be calculated  by taking Arithmetic  average of grade points.
•    With  regarding   to  X  class  Public  Examination.   Every  child  should  obtained 35marks  in each subject to pass the Public Examination  and one should obtained 28marks  in the written examination.
• In the case of second  language  i.e., Hindi, the pass mark  is 20 to  pass the Public Examination



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