Examination & Evaluation Scheme
The school follows evaluation strictly as per the guidelines issued by the CBSE for assessing the scholastic and co- scholastic areas of teaching learning process. To take care of student’s pace of learning, the assessment is done at reasonable intervals to bring continuous improvement in the performance of the students.
The school’s academic calendar has been divided into two terms :
1st Term : April – September
2nd Term : October – March
1) CLASSES PRE PRIMARY
The students are evaluated internally on monthly basis to note their areas of achievement and to work on their weak areas for further improvement. No schedule of evaluation is given to the parents to avoid stress and to make learning an enjoyable experience for students.
2) CLASSES l-V
Assessment is done in the form of worksheets, conversation, interviews, projects, homework and classwork. There will be one worksheet in each subject in each term and one English and Hindi Spelling Worksheet in each term.
3) CLASSES VI-X
Academic progress of students is evaluated through Internal Assessment (Unit tests, Notebook, Subject Enrichment Activities), Terminal Examination (Half Yearly Examination and Final Examination).
i) Internal Assessment
Classes VI -VIII
Periodic Tests (P.T.): Four rounds of Periodic Tests will be conducted in a year i.e. Two Periodic Tests before Half Yearly Examination and two Periodic Tests (P.T.) before Final Examination.
Each Periodic Test will be conducted for 20 marks. The duration of Periodic Test will be 30-35 mins. Weightage of Periodic Test will be 10% in each term.
5 marks each is given to Notebook and Subject Enrichment Activities in each term.
4) Classes IX -X
i) Periodic Tests :
Three rounds of Periodic Tests will be conducted in a year i.e. one Periodic Test before Half Yearly Examination and two Periodic Tests (P.T.) before final Examination.
Each Periodic Test will be conducted for 30 marks. The duration of Periodic Test will be 1 hour. Weightage of periodic test will be 10% in a academic year.
5 marks each is given to Notebook and Subject Enrichment Activities in an academic year.
No practical examination is conducted for Periodic Test.
a) Assessment will be in the form of Half Yearly and Final examination as under:
|English,Hindi/Sanskrit (class IX&X), Maths, Science, Social Science||3 hr 15 mins||80 marks|
|GK||1 hr 50 mins||50 marks|
|Sanskrit/ French (Class VI – VIII)||1 hr 30 mins||80 marks|
EVS and Work Experience will be assessed on regular basis.
b) THE STUDENT MUST PASS SEPARATELY IN INTERNAL ASSESSMENT AND THEORY EXAM WITH MINIMUM 33% FOR PROMOTION TO NEXT CLASS.
c) Grades are allotted in Scholastic Area in the report card based on an eight point grading scale which is appended below.
|Marks Range||Grade||Marks Range||Grade||Marks Range||Grade|
i) Students will also be evaluated in Co-Scholastic Area such as:
a) Work Education (Computer Operations).
b) Art Education (Art / Dance / Music Vocal / Music Instrumental )
c) Health and Physical Education (Sports, Swimming, Yoga)
d) Discipline (Attendance, Sincerity, Behaviour, Values)All these evaluations in Co-Scholastic Area will be reflected as grades which is appended below:
|Grades||VI – VIII||IX – X|
|B||Very Good||Very Good|
4) CLASS XI
Academic progress of students is evaluated through Unit Tests, Half Yearly Examination and Final Examination.
a) Three rounds of Unit Tests are conducted in a year i.e. one Unit Test before Half Yearly Examination and two Unit Tests (U.T.) before Final Examination.
b) Each Unit Test will be conducted for 40 marks ( in English, Accountancy, B.St, and Entre, Psycology.)The duration of Unit Test is 1hour.
c) No practical examination is conducted for Unit Test.
* Music Hind.(Vocal) Unit I Practical of 25 marks
M.M Unit Tests ( Theory only)
|4 Physical Education||30||30|
|5 Information Practices||35||35|
|6 Music (Vocal)||15||15|
|9 Business Studies||40||40|
|15 Political Science||45||45|
|16 Applied Maths||35||35|
M.M Unit Tests ( Theory only)a) Assessment will be in the form of Half Yearly and Final examination.
b) The breakup of Marks for Half yearly and Final Examination:
|Subject||XI – Theory||XI – Practical||XII – Theory||XII – Practial|
|4 Physical Education||70||30||70||30|
|5 Information Practices||70||30||70||30|
|6 Music (Vocal)||30||70||30||70|
|9 Business Studies||80||20||80||20|
|15 Applied Maths||80||20||80||20|
|16 Political Science||80||20||80||20|
c)The duration for theory examination is 3 hr.15min. which includes 15 min. reading time.
iv) THE STUDENT MUST PASS SEPARATELY IN THEORY AND PRACTICAL EXAM FOR PROMOTION TO CLASS XII.
v) Grades are allotted in all subjects including General Foundation, Work Experience and Physical Health Education in the report card based on a eight point scale which is appended below.4) CLASS
The Final result will show the cumulative performance of the learner according to the following weightage.
|Unit Test||Half Yearly Exam||Total||Weightage|
|Unit Test||Final Exam||Total||Weightage|
|Term 1||Term 2||Overall|
5) CLASS XII
(i) The new session for class XII starts in the second week of March.
(ii) In order to prepare the board bound class for AISSC Examination will be conducted as follows:
|August||Half yearly Examination|
|Dec – January||Pre-board 1|
|January – February||Pre-board 2|
(iii) Its mandatory for all students to appear in Pre Board Exam I.
PROMOTION POLICY (2012 onwards)
CLASSES VI – XI
1.The student must fulfill the minimum 75% attendance criteria to be able to sit for the Final Exam.
2. Minimum 33% marks are required for qualifying in all subjects.
3. It is essential to pass in theory and practical Examination separately in classes XI and XII in order to be declared pass in the concerned subject.
4. If a student is failing in one or two subjects, then the student must take an Improvement Exam in that subject to enable him / her to be promoted to the next class i.e student must get minimum 33% to qualify the subject.
i) A student having less than 75% attendance shall NOT be permitted to take for the Final Examination and hence is likely to repeat the class due to shortage of attendance.
ii) Cheating in tests / examination in considered as a grave offence. A student who is found using unfair means while writing examinations will be awarded ZERO in that subject. Repetition of the same offence will result in his / her rustication from the school.
iii) Evaluation in minor subjects (vi-x) such as Art, Music, Dance, Physical Education etc. will be conducted during the regular class periods.
iv) Students are intimated in advance about these tests / examination. Evaluation of minor subjects is reflected as grades in the Report Cards.
v) If a Report Card is misplaced it will be re-issued on payment of Rs 100.
vi) Eligibility for School Officials: 60% in aggregated and not failing /absent in any subject in Unit-Test/Examination with minimum 75% attendance.