As per the objections from National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, the CBSE has withdrawn its rules for uniform assessment.
The CBSE had suggested to introduced a new system for assessment of the performance of the students of classes VI to IX from the academic session of 2017-18 “to bring uniformity in the exercise”.
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The governing board of the CBSE decided to withdraw the uniform assessment rules for classes VI to VIII at its meeting on December 15, 2017 after the NCPCR’s objections were placed before it for its consideration.
In March just before the start of the new academic session in April last year, the board had directed that a school-based examination should be conducted for students of classes VI to IX, for preparation of the report cards. “As per the decision of the governing body of the board, the circular on the subject stands repealed to the extent it applies to classes VI to VIII,” the CBSE said.
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