Evaluation System

It is our belief that evaluation should act as a positive input for improving the teaching learning process and not as a deterrent. The report card of evaluation should reflect not only the scholastic aspects of the learner, but also life skills acquisition, personality attributes, behaviour, interests, attitudes, values and proficiency in indoor as well as outdoor co-curricular activities. It should facilitate in unraveling talent and reflect the true picture of the growth and profile of a young learner.

Nursery to U.K.G.

  • Assessment – both oral and written is carried out continuously during the session and made fun filled and meaningful without burden. Assessments are conducted in the month of – May, September, December and March.
  • No separate date-sheet is provided in the K.G. Classes to give stress-free atmosphere to the students.

Classes II-X

Abiding by the regulations laid down by C.B.S.E., evaluation system from academic year 2017-2018 will follow the new assessment structure. The assessment structure comprises of two terms – Term -1 and Term -2. Each term will include internal assessments and written tests.

Examination Schedule (II-X)

Examination

Term

Month

Periodic Test – I

Term – 1

May

Half Yearly

Term – 1

September

Periodic Test – II

Term -2

December

Yearly Exam

Term -2

February

Evaluation of Scholastic Subjects for Half Yearly and Yearly Exam (II-X)

  • Each subject will be evaluated out of 100 marks which will be divided into 80 marks (Written Test) and 20 marks(Internal Assessment).
  • Internal Assessment is further divided into:-
    • Periodic Test - 10 Marks
    • Subject Enrichment Activity - 5 Marks
    • Notebook Maintenance - 5 Marks
  • Periodic Test:-
    • ForHalf Yearly Exam periodic test marks will be taken from Periodic Test – I.
    • For Yearly Exam periodic test marks will be calculated by taking average of the best two tests out of the three written exams conducted i.e. Periodic Test – I, Half Yearly and Periodic Test – II.

Syllabus for Yearly Exam – (II-X)

Class

Syllabus

II-III

Entire syllabus covered after Half Yearly exam.

IV-V

10% of Term -1 covering significant topics and entire syllabus covered after Half Yearly exam.

VI

10% of Term -1 covering significant topics and entire syllabus covered after Half Yearly exam.

VII

20% of Term -1 covering significant topics and entire syllabus covered after Half Yearly exam.

VIII

30% of Term -1 covering significant topics and entire syllabus covered after Half Yearly exam.

IX

Full Year syllabus.

X

Full Year syllabus.

Passing Criteria

  • For Classes II-V, a student must score minimum 40% marks in Internal Assessment, Half Yearly and Yearly Exams.
  • For Classes VI-X, a student must score minimum 33% marks in Internal Assessment, Half Yearly and Yearly Exams.

Grading Structure – II-V

MARKS RANGE

GRADE

91-100

A1

81-90

A2

71-80

B1

61-70

B2

51-60

C1

40-50

C2

39 & BELOW

E (NEEDS IMPROVEMENT)

Grading Structure – VI-X

MARKS RANGE

GRADE

91-100

A1

81-90

A2

71-80

B1

61-70

B2

51-60

C1

41-50

C2

33-40

D

32 & BELOW

E (NEEDS IMPROVEMENT)

Class XI

  • Two major examinations at the end of each term are conducted in September and February.
  • May Test and December Test are conducted in the respective months.

Class XII

  • May Test -- conducted in the end of May and beginning of June.
  • Three major examinations – Mid Term in the month of September followed by Preboard – I in December and Preboard – II in January.

Before May and December Tests and Terminal exams one cycle of weekly tests of each subject is completed.
Regular class tests are taken in each subject after the completion of a chapter.

Academic Awards

  • Full Attendance Awards.
  • Stream-wise Toppers of Class XII.
  • Subject-wise Toppers of Class XII.
  • Class-wise Toppers of Class XI

Promotion Scheme

For Classes I-X

  • A candidate must obtain a minimum of Grade D in all the subjects under Scholastic as per scheme of Studies for promotion to next class.

For Class XII

  • Regularity in attendance.
  • Regularity and quality of day to day participation in the class.
  • Opinion of teachers teaching in the class.
  • Written work and projects assigned by the teachers.
  • Performance in the unit tests and terminal examination.