PERCEPTION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS TOWARDS CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION IN HIMACHAL By  Dr. Ruchi Malhotra and Dheeraj Verma

Abstract

The present study was undertaken to study the perception of elementary school teachers towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. For studying their perception, in all, 126 primary school teachers and 135 upper primary school teachers were selected by employing proportionate sampling technique from 136 government elementary schools functioning in various districts of Himachal Pradesh. The data were collected with the help of questionnaire. The result of the study indicated that that the elementary school teachers looked positive in terms of preparedness for adopting Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, training imparted for the implementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, material used for the implementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation and monitoring and feedback provided for Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. But they were not very positive on impact of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation and do not looked in favour of the fact that Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is a strong education system and felt that there is much scope of improvement for which they had provided their various suggestions such as maintaining proper teacher pupil ratio, modifying the registers, adopting marking system instead of grading, effective training to teachers and discarding age appropriate class criteria. Keywords: Continuous and comprehensive evaluation, Elementary school.
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