The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is gearing up in all possible ways to popularise its new Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system and make it a success all over the nation. Now, the CBSE is trying to reach out to parents to guide them on how to help their children perform well in the system. On the official website of CBSE, a notice has been put up informing the board that it would like to create a band of “parent advocates” who will be trained in the various aspects associated with the implementation of CCE.
Parents of students studying in CBSE schools can apply to be members of the committee by submitting an online application. The initiative for enabling parents to understand CCE nis being appreciated and welcomed by students, teachers and parents alike, as they feel that informing parents bout how the CCE system is supposed to work will be quite helpful.