Indian curriculum schools to prepare for Competency Based Assessments

14,94,052 India based schools are covered in the revised National Education Policy published in 2020.

In May 2020 NEP 2020 was launched requiring schools to prepare for Competency Based Assessments. CBSE vide Circular No. Acad-05/2019 dated 18.01.2019 has “adopted Learning Outcomes” developed by NCERT and the theme of the Capacity Building Programmes for the year 2020 is Competency Based Education. Augmenting the thrust towards CBE, the Board is initiating corresponding changes in the Examination and Assessment practices for the year 2020-21 onwards.”

The new CBSE competency-based assessment framework was launched by Hon. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on 24th March 2021. This Framework is aligned with the NEP vision of achieving global standard in assessment and aims at enabling internationalized, high-quality assessment for improved Learner Outcomes. Competency-based learning refers to systems of Learning, Assessment, and Feedback for improvement that are based on students' demonstration of the knowledge and skill they have acquired as they progress through the Academic Standards.

At TabbieMath, the grade level Learning Ladder aligning the Learning Outcomes, Pedagogical Processes and Assessment Content (Assessment Standards) along with international age-related expectations emerging from TIMSS and PISA Frameworks is the foundation for the School Module.

Academic strength and areas needing further improvement are identified, adequate support and appropriate challenge are provided to fully nourish the potential and ensure that ALL learners are acquiring competencies for success in school, higher education, careers, and adult life.