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Continous and Comprehensive Evaluation- A Mean to the Educational Advancement of Tribal Students

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Social Work, Bishop Heber College, Trichy 17, Tamil Nadu, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 3, Issue (ISC-2013), Pages 20-23, (2014)


Nowadays the educational system in India is subjected to unadorned criticism. From the primitive time itself different intervention has been made in this field with an objective of universal elementary education. Lately education is converted as fundamental right. Among the several state of India, Kerala places an enviable position in the educational and sociocultural plot. The state is also going through a wide range of transition in the field of education. The globalized needs of people do not except education and the demands for qualitative education is being amplified. Successful evaluation is the tangible way for improving the quality of education. Hence, based on the recommendation of Kerala Curriculum Framework (2007); the state started new evaluation system called CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) in the year 2008. CCE refers to the evaluation of students that covers all aspect (scholastic as well as co-scholastic) of studentís development. Even though currently the social indicators like education, health etc. is very high in Kerala, the same among tribal community is comparatively very low. Hence in this paper the researcher would like to explain how the CCE is effective on improving the academic performance and also the life skill of the tribal students.


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