The aim of the new project by CBSE is to indulge students in group activities during class hours and not as homework. The activities target students from class 9 and 10 in the newly introduced Complete and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), mentioned the Chairman and Secretary CBSE, Vineet Joshi. He had interaction with parents at the Sahodaya Schools Complex in Kochi on Sunday, and the aim of the CCE was the overall development of the personality of the students, unlike an academic-centred performance. CBSE is also coming out with proficiency test which is optional, to test the performance of students in particular subjects, against students across the country.
In her presentation, Sadhana Parasher, Head, Innovation and Research, CBSE, mentioned that the CBSE website contained comprehensive details on the CCE, Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment. She promised that the assessment of a student's character or personality would not be negative and it would be written in consultation with the student.