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Examination

 

ASSESSMENT POLICY, Session 2018-19

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Download - Date-Sheet of Unit Test 1 Classes III to X and XII  :  from July 4,  2018  

Download - Date-Sheet of Unit Test Classes III to VIII & XI  :  from Jan. 15,  2018  

Download - Date-Sheet of Pre-Board Classes IX & X  :  from Jan. 09,  2018  
 PTM (Parents Teacher Meet) will be held on  Jan. 31 (Wednesday), 2018
 

Download Revised - Date Sheet of UT/Half Yearly Exam. Session 2017-18   

 

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Date Sheet of SA-2, Session 2016-17  

 

 

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Date Sheet of SA - 1, Session 2016-17

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Tentative Date Sheet of all FA and SA, Session 2016-17

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Date Sheet of Summative Assessment - 2 (SA-2), Session 2015-16

Click here to download  Previous Session / Sample Papers for  Class - VIII ( SA1 & SA2) 2015-16

 

 

CLASSES  NURSERY  to II  (STRESS FREE APPROACH)

  •  Any formal examination will not be conducted for the students of classes Nursery to II.

  • Student’s growth &development will be assessed in various areas of learning objectives as framed in curriculum.

                                                                             TYPE OF ASSESSMENT

Quarter

WS *

Written

Oral

Total

Remarks

Parent sign

I

(April to August)

WS 1

20

10

30

 

 

WS 2

20

10

30

   

II

(Sep to Nov)

WS 3

20

10

30

 

 

WS 4

20

10

30

 

 

III

(Dec to Feb)

WS 5

20

10

30

 

 

WS 6

20

10

30

 

 

 

* WS – Work Sheet

* Nur to LKG in first quarter (April to Aug.) more weightage will be given to oral work.

 

CLASSES  III  to X

School has Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system from classes III to X, in this system assessment will be based on the following criteria :-

1. There will be two terms in each class, first term is the period from  April to September  and second term period is from  October to  March  of the subsequent year .

2.  Each term will have two FORMATIVE Assessments & one Summative Assessment. 

3.  SA-I, SA-II & FA-4 will be written paper.

4.  FAs may not be only pen-paper test. It can also include Projects, activities, quizzes, assignments, class work / homework, conversation, oral presentation, debate, recitation, group work, peer assessment etc.

5.  Assessment will be indicated in grades; in scholastic area for Nursery to Class II grading will be done on 5 POINT GRADING SCALE, for CLASSES III TO X ON 9 POINT GRADING SCALE.

6.  Co- Scholastic area will be graded on 5 point grading scale.

7.  Assessment details are as follows:-

Type of Assessment

Pet. weighage in

Class III to X

Months

Term wise weightage

Class III to X

Formative Assessment 1

10%

April to May

FA1+FA2 = 20%

Formative Assessment 2

10%

July to Aug

 

Formative Assessment 3

30%

Sept

SA1=30%

 

Formative Assessment 4

10%

Oct to Nov.

FA3+FA4=20%

Formative Assessment II

10%

Jan to Feb

 

 

30%

Feb to Mar.

SA2=30%

   Formative Assessment       :   FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4 = 40%

Summative Assessment     :   SA 1 +SA 2 =60%

 

SCHOLASTIC ATTAINMENTS will be assessed twice a year.

SCHOLASTIC  PART 1B - Work Experience, Art Education & Physical & Health Education, (only for IX & X) to be assessed on 5 point grading scale.

 

CO-SCHOLASTIC AREA :  CONSISTS OF PART - 2

1.   PART -2A :  LIFE SKILLS  (VI TO X ).

2.   PART -2B :  Work Experience.

3.   PART -2C :  VISUAL& PERFORMING  ARTS like – music (Vocal, Instrumental, Dance) Drawing Painting etc.

4.   PART -2D :  Attitude & Values.

Part –3

1.   Part - 3 :   Literary & Creative skills Scientific skills, Aesthetic skills, clubs activities etc. will be assessed (any two).

2.   Part - 3B : Health and Physical Education (Any two to be assessed).

 1.   Sports / Indigenous Sports       2. Scouting and Guiding       3.   Swimming       

       4.  Gymnastics                               5. Yoga                                  6. First Aid                7.  Gardening / Shramdan

Note : 1. Co-scholastic area will be assessed once in a session on 5 point Grading Scale for Classes VI & VIII and for IX to X the Attitude &   Values, Part 3A & 3B will be judged on 5 point grading scale.

           2. All assessment with regard to the academic status of the students shall be done in marks and the assessment will be given in grades. Co-Scholastic attainments 2 (A, B, C & D) and 3 (A & B) will be done on 5 points scale (Shown in the table below). It will be done once in a session.

 Students are assessed according to the following grades

Scholastic

Scholastic - A

Co-Scholastic Area

Co-Scholastic Area

Sub-subjects :

(GK, Comp., DS, Art, Games)

NUR to II

(5 Point Grading Scale)

III to X

(9 Point Grading Scale)

VI to X

(5 Point Grading Scale)

III  to VIII

(3 Point Grading Scale)

Grade

Marks Range

Marks Range

Grade

Grade Point

Grade

Marks Range

Grade

4.1 – 5

A

91-100

A1

10

A

16 – 20

A

3.1 – 4

B

81-90

A2

9

B

12 – 15

B

2.1 -3

C

71-80

B1

8

C

00 - 11

C

1.1 – 2

D

61-70

B2

7

D

 

Class VIII - DS will be assessed on 9 Point Grading Scale.

 

0 – 1.0

E

51-60

C1

6

E

 

41-50

C2

5

 

33-40

D

4

 

21 - 32

E1

3

 

00-20

E2

2

 

PROMOTION  POLICY, Session 2017-18

1.      Overall performance is to be decided on the basis of achievement in scholastic as well as in co-scholastic areas.

2.      Minimum qualifying grade is “D” in all the five main subjects of scholastic domain 1-A.

3.      For weightage to co-scholastic areas, grades are to be converted into grade points ,according to given scale

4.      If the grade range is 30 to 42, students get the benefit of up-scaling of grade to next higher grade in two subjects.

5.      If the grade point range is 17 to 29, the student gets the benefit of up-scaling of grade to next higher grade in one subject.

6.      An astrict or star beside the grade reflects an up scaled grade.

7.     ASSESSMENT & PROMOTION policy may be revised as per the latest instruction/guidelines/circulars of CBSE.                                                                                                                               

  GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS

1.   Presence in the SA-1, SA-2 & FA-4 assessment is compulsory.  Students who absent themselves due to any reason including medical in the written paper (FA-4, SA-1, SA-2) will be marked zero. Re-test / re-assessment will not be conducted under any circumstances.

2.  In order to be eligible for appearing in the final assessment / SA-2, minimum attendance required is 75% for the students of classes III-VII & 80% for the classes VIII-X.

3.   The students of classes III-IX who have obtained Grade E1 or E2 in one or more subjects, may be allowed to improve their performance through subsequent ONE ATTEMPT and such students would not be eligible for getting admission in next higher class till they improve their performance.

4.  As per the policy, all the students of class X will appear for school based assessment system.

5.  With reference to CBSE, exam Bye-Laws students have to score minimum 25% in all the subjects for being upgraded & promoted.

6.  Parents are advised that their wards must not attend any function, being absent from the SA-1, SA-2 & FA-4, in such cases no medical leave or application will be entertained, ultimately student will not be promoted.

 

 

GUIDELINES  FOR  STRESS  FREE  SYSTEM, Session 2017-18

1.      All Note–books and stationery items should be deposited with the class teachers on the first day of the session.

2.  The Note–books will be send home regularly for review by the parents, which should be positively returned on the next day.

3.   Maintenance (Paste & Cover) of books and notebooks should be taken care of.

4.   Any formal examination will not be conducted for the students of classes Nursery to II. However, there will be continuous & comprehensive assessment of the growth and development of the child in various areas of learning objectives set in curriculum.

5.   The stress free education system is homework free system. However, home assignment will be given in form of small projects. Parents must facilitate child’s learning ability by taking care and interest in the assignment given to the child.

6.  Parents must ensure their wards regularity to school,  to ensure effective learning through continuous & comprehensive assessment mode, child should not be absent for more than one week. In case of any emergency prior information must be given to the school.

7.   To make learning effective full co-operation of parents is required. Therefore parents must be in constant touch with teachers.

8.   Parents must ensure arrival and departure of children on time. They should not be sent quite earlier before school time.

9.   Nutritious lunch should be provided & junk food should be avoided.

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