Pros and Cons of Choice Based Credit System in India

Saroj Kumar Singh

Abstract


 The present paper aims to highlight the challenges in implementation of CBCS.  The study concentrates whether teachers understand the new system of assessment very well.  What are the problems faced by students and teachers to implement this system?  Is there any modification or improvisation required on the system being adopted?  The present study was conducted to answer these.  This study would be helpful to the educational planners, teacher training institutes and other stakeholders to understand the system and adopt new ways of Implementing evaluation if need arises and also would give an overview about the system to the other universities who are in the verge of adopting the choice based credit system..


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