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ASSESSMENT & PROMOTION
The Boards specify very strict rules for the  conduct of their examinations and non compliance with these rules results in its status as an Examination Centre being revoked. If a student uses unfair means or behaves improperly during an examination   it   is  necessary  for  the school to inform  the Board(This could lead  to  the   cancellation  of  all  the student's   grades   in   all   that   year's examinations). We therefore follow the same rules and sanctions for our internal examinations as well.

All matters regarding entries for and the administration of CBSE Examinations should be referred to the Principal. The approximate dates for the examination period will be included in the school calendar  and  the  detailed  timetable given to the relevant group of students and  their parents as soon as the final date-sheet is received from the Examination Board.

I, II, III, IV: The school does not believe in  pressurizing young students with the  burden of formal examinations. The  day-to-day  progress  of  young students   is   monitored   closely   to assess their performance. A process of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation(CCE)   is   followed   and feedback  is   provided   regularly  to parents.

What is CCE?
The CCE refers to a school based evaluation of students that covers all the aspects of a student’s development. The process includes regular  assessment, frequency of units  testing,  analysis  of  learning gaps, applying corrective measures, retesting and giving feedback to teachers and students for test.
 
Evaluation Procedure(Class 1 to 4)
 

The school follows the system of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation system which means that there will be no formal  term  end  tests.  Each  topic  is revised  and  revisional  assignment  is conducted after each topic. This performance is compiled and reported to the parents at the end of the term. For the same, grades are awarded as per the details given below. There will be no terminal  exams, however the students will come and write revisional assignments which will NOT BE GRADED.

 

 
Marks Range Grade Grade Point
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40
21-32
D
E1
4
-
00-20 E2 -
   
Assignment schedule
 

Revisional Assignment I - 17th to 27th September’2012
Revisional Assignment II - 2nd to 13th March’2013

Evaluation criteria under CCE
  (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation)
   

Grade-1

 
  English, Hindi and ENV -
  40% weightage - written revisional assessments (Best 4 out of 6) 60% weightage - oral testing
  Mathematics -
  60% weightage - written assessments (Best 3 out of 5) revisional 0% weightage - oral testing. 20% weightage - project work
  Computer Science -
  Not to be assessed
   
Grade-2
 
  English, Hindi and ENV -
  40% weightage - written revisional assessments (Best 4 out of 6) 60% weightage - oral testing.
  Mathematics -
  60% weightage - written revisional assessments (Best 3 out of 5) 20% weightage - oral testing. 20% weightage - project work
  Computer Science -
  60% weightage practicals 40% weightage - written assessments (Best 1 out of 2)
   
Grade-3
 
  English, Hindi and ENV -
  40% weightage - written assessments (Best 4 out of 6) 60% weightage - oral testing.
  Mathematics -
  60% weightage - written revisional assessments (Best 3 out of 5) 20% weightage - oral testing. 20% weightage - project work
  Computer Science -
  60% weightage Practicals 40% weightage - written revisional assessments (Best 1 out of 2)
   
V - X
  PART I: Scholastic Areas The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievement is as follows:
 
Marks Range Grade Grade Point
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40
21-32
D
E1
4
-
00-20 E2 -
   
Co-scholastic Activities
  Part 3A: Clubs - Consists of literary and creative  skills,  Scientific  skills,  Eco, Health & Well-ness Club etc. and Performing Art and Aesthetic Skills.

Part 3B: Health and Physical Education - Consists   of   different   sports   related activities.

Above areas will be assessed on a five point grading scale. An overall Grade will be given at the end of each class.
 
Grades Points
A 4.1 to 5
B 3.1 to 4
C 2.1 to 3
D 1.1 to 2
D 0 to 1
   
  Six assessments are proposed
 
Type of assessment Percentage of weightage in
academic session
Month Term wise weightage
FIRST TERM      
Formative Assessment-1 10% April- May FA-1+2=20%
Formative Assessment-2 10% July- August  
Summative Assessment-1 30% September SA-1=30%
       
SECOND TERM      
Formative Assessment-3 10% October-Nov FA-3+4=20%
Formative Assessment-4 10% Jan-Feb  
Summative Assessment-2 30% March SA-2=30%
 

 

  TOTAL FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS= FA-1+FA-2+FA-3+FA-4=40% SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS= SA-1+ SA-2=60%

NOTE: The above evaluation pattern is per the specifications issued by the CBSE. Any change in the above pattern will be notified.

Co-scholastic Areas - where students are assessed on
Part 2A: Life Skills consists of Thinking Skills, Social Skills & Emotional Skills.
Part 2B: Work Education
Part 2C: Visual and Performing Arts
Part  2D:  Attitude  Towards  Teachers,  Schoolmates,  School  Programmes  and Environment. Value systems  refers to the framework which must be developed right through from the primary to the secondary level.
   
Promotion Policy
  Minimum of D grade in all subjects has to be secured for promotion to the next class.
   
Attendance
  Please ensure the regular attendance to school. Child should not remain absent from the school except under unavoidable circumstances. 80% attendance is a must for an individual to be promoted to the next class.