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The Board conducts Open Text-based Assessment for classes IX and XI, to inculcate analytical and theoretical skills. Open Text based Assessment (OTBA) for Class IX (SA-II) is conducted in all the main subjects Hindi, English, Mathematics Science, Social Science. For Class XI it is held in Economics, Biology and Geography (annual exams). The schools have been supplied with open text material before the commencement of class IX Summative Assessment II and class XI annual exams.
The board has used the ICT in providing state of the art facilities to the stakeholders worldwide. 17000 schools have been brought under the ambit of the digital programme of CBSE. For the forthcoming annual class X and XII examinations, the board has launched user friendly web based features under E-CBSE for Class X and XII examinations, where in:
Schools can generate Roll numbers for main exam and make corrections in the particulars, upload photos using the existing Id and Passwords except for Subject change. Schools can also upload internal subject assessment grades of Class XII. This facility will allow all schools to upload internal grade data online in respect of approx. 1.2 million candidates with 3 internal subjects each. Apart from being an environment friendly move, the facility will save time and also increase accuracy. This will also facilitate smooth and timely compilation of results. Results Available
Schools will also be able to download their admit cards, attendance sheet, list of candidates if selected as an examination centre. Intimation letters for private candidates appearing in Class X and XII examination from Delhi Region can be downloaded. Private candidates can later collect admit cards from the examination centre mentioned in their intimation letters. For the first time the examiners appointed for practical exams have been able to convey their consent online to the CBSE Regional office Dehradun, Ajmer, Patna and Bhubaneshwar.
The practical examinations have commenced between 16th January and till 15th February 2016. It is also for the first time that the practical examiners will be able to upload the practical and projects marks of class XII instead of filling up manual award lists. For Scheme-II, examinations would commence from 1st March, 2016 and would conclude on 28th March, 2016. Results Available
The Summative Assessment-2 (SA-2) conducted by the school (Scheme 1) and conducted by the Board (Scheme 2) are similar as both are:
1. Based on same syllabus prescribed for Term II only.
2. Carry the same weightage of 30% towards the final grade.
3. Based on the same types of question papers in term of question paper design, blue print and difficulty level.
4. Evaluated on the basis of marking schemes prepared by the Board.
5. The answer copies of examination conducted by the board are evaluated by the Board at designated centers whereas those conducted by the school evaluation is done by the teachers based on the marking schemes supplied by the Board.
6. A uniform certificate is issued to all the candidates by the Board.
Results for Class X and XII are likely to be declared in the month of May/June, 2016. Information related to examinations and techniques to cope with exam related anxiety is also provided at the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in
Textual material is in the form of articles / case study, / a story, /problem/situation based on the concepts taught in the unit assigned for the OTBA in the curriculum during second term (class IX) and during the session (Class XI). A total weightage of 10 marks has been assigned in all the main subjects (Class IX) and Economics.