At the time of independence, the education system in India was mainly examination based and based on student assessment examinations. The National Education Policy (1968) argued for the process of reforming the education system in India according to the needs and aspirations of the people. The National Policy on Education (1986) envisages assessment as an integral part of the teaching-learning process for assessment, including both academic and co-educational aspects in examinations, providing evidence and proof of a child’s development.
The concept of continuous and comprehensive assessment has been used in Indian education for over 30 years. Learning – It is used to identify aspects of a child’s growth and development as a result of the learning process. Due to the widespread use of school-based assessments and independent interpretations by schools, many misconceptions about school-based assessments and overall policy have emerged. Which led to shortcomings in the school-based assessment. Which was like below
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