Volume : III, Issue : XII, December - 2013

Students Attitude Towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation of Upper Primary Schools

R. Sivakumar, S. Pazhanimurugan, Dr. A. Edward William Benjamin

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Evaluation is widely acknowledged as a powerful means of improving the quality of education. The introduction of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) is considered as one of the major steps taken in this regard to improve and strengthen the quality of learner evaluation. The state of Tamil Nadu has been through a series of educational reforms over the last decade or so and the introduction of CCE in the state is one among them. As emphasized the Curriculum Framework (2007) the implementation of new evaluation practices focusing on CCE was introduced right from primary to secondary level. Though the state has made all–out efforts to implement CCE in its true spirit, the questions that remain unanswered are that whether CCE has Been actually and effectively implemented in all classes, what problems are being faced by teachers while implementing CCE. The present paper is a ief attempt made in this regard and is directed towards answering these questions and giving suggestions for the same. The study has been conducted on teachers of upper primary government schools of Tamilnadu .The present study deals with students’ attitude towards continuous and comprehensive Evaluation of upper primary schools. The investigator has randomly selected seven school students in various upper primary levels. Also the result revels that significant difference between students attitude towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation of upper primary schools.

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R. SIVAKUMAR, S. PAZHANIMURUGAN, Dr. A. EDWARD WILLIAM BENJAMIN Students Attitude Towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation of Upper Primary Schools Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.III, Issue.XII Dec 2013

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