Examination & Evaluation

Examination/Evaluation and Promotion



1.     Pre & Prep (No Changes)

 

2.     Examination Pattern for I to V

 

Ø  Academic Session for classes I to V has been divided into two terms. First Term and Second Term.

·         Periodic Tests (2 Tests before Mid Term Examination & 2 Tests after Common Annual Examination)

·         Mid Term Examination

·         Common Annual Examination

Ø  Total syllabus will be divided into two parts, the first half will be covered for the Mid Term Examination and the second half will be covered for the Common Annual Examination.

Ø  5 marks weightage will be given to attendance at the end of each of the Terminal Exam.

 

2.1 Scholastic Area

The weightage of marks for classes I to V will be as follows:

Term

Unit Test-1 / Unit Test-3

Unit Test-2 / Unit Test-4

Submission of Note Books

Subject Enrichment

Attendance

Mid Term Exam / Annual Exam

Total Marks

First Term

05

05

05

05

05

15

40

Second Term

10

10

05

05

05

25

60

 




2.2 Rule of Unit Tests:

v  Two Unit Tests will be conducted before the Mid Term Exam and two Unit Tests will also be conducted before the Annual Exam in the given months:

1.      First Unit Test                    -           May

2.      Second Unit Test               -           August

3.      Third Unit Test                  -           November

4.      Fourth Unit Test                -           January

 



2.3 Weightage to Attendance

Weightage upto 5 marks will be given for Attendance in each term as per following scale:

Upto 75%

Nil

From 76% to 80%

1 Mark

From 81% to 85%

2 Mark

From 86% to 90%

3 Mark

From 91% to 95%

4 Mark

From 96% to 100%

5 Mark




2.4 Promotion Policy for classes I to V

(No Detention Policy as per RTEA-2009)

3.       Examination Pattern For VI to VIII



3.1 Rules for Syllabus

Ø  Academic Session for classes VI to VIII has been divided into two terms. First Term and Second Term which will be known as the Mid Term Examination and Common Annual School Examination

Ø  Total syllabus will be divided into two parts, the first half will be covered for the Mid Term Examination and the second half will be covered for the Common Annual School Examination.

Ø  The Common Annual School Examination alongwith the second half syllabus will comprise:

1.         10% from the Mid Term Examination for Class VI.

2.         20% from the Mid Term Examination for Class VII.

3.         30% from the Mid Term Examination for Class VIII.

 

3.2 (A) Scholastic Area

The weightage of marks for classes VI to VIII will be as follows:

Term

Unit Test/CPSA (Best Score)

Submission of Note Books

Subject Enrichment

Mid Term Exam/Annual Exam

Total Marks

First Term

05

02

03

30

40

Second Term

05

03

02

50

60

 


3.3    Rule of Unit Tests


v  One Unit Test will be conducted before the Mid Term Exam and One Unit Test will also be conducted before the Annual Exam in the given months:

1.      First Unit Test (of 20 Marks)                     -           May

2.      Second Unit Test (of 20 Marks)                -           November

 

v  20 marks of the Unit Test will be converted into 5 marks for the purpose of Mid Term and Annual Exam.





3.4    Schedule for Unit Tests

 

Unit Test

Max. Marks of Q P

Duration of Q P

Weightage of Marks inn Assessment

To be conducted

To be conducted by

First

20

01:00 Hr.

05

In the first fortnight of August

School

Second

20

01:00 Hr.

05

In the first fortnight of December

School

 

 

3.5 Grading Scale

Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas (Classes I to VIII)

(School will award grades as per the following grading scale)

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)

 

 

3.6 Notebook Submission (I to VIII)

Notebook submission, as a part of internal Assessment, is aimed at evaluating and enhancing seriousness of students towards preparing notes on the topics being taught in the classroom as well as assignments alongwith the critical aspects of regularity, punctuality and neatness.

 


3.7 Subject Enrichment Activities (I to VIII)

These activities are to be carried out throughout the term by the respective subject teachers to aim at evaluating and enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These should be evaluated at the Term-end.

For Language: Aimed at equipping the learners to develop effective listening and speaking skills, the language teachers may devise their own methods and parameters for assessment of the languages.

For Mathematics: For the activities in mathematics, the homepage of the Directorate of Education Under “Activities” should be checked.

For Science: Practical work and activities in Science may be undertaken as suggested by NCERT Syllabus and Text books and the homepage of the Directorate of Education Under “Activities” should be checked.

For Social Science: Map or the Project work may be undertaken as suggested by NCERT Syllabus and Text books.

 


3.2 (B) Co-Scholastic Activities

For the holistic development of the students, co-curricular activities in the following areas must be carried out by the teachers and will be graded term-wise on a 3-point grading scale:

A          =          Outstanding,              B          =          Very Good,                 C          =          Fair

The aspects of regularity, sincere participation, and output in team work to be the generic criteria for grading in the following co-scholastic activities:

a)      Work Education                                 :           Work Education refers to skill-based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the community.

b)     Art Education                                     :                       Visual & Performing Arts

 

c)      Health and Physical Education         :           Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.

 



3.2 (C) Discipline

The students will also be assessed for discipline which will be based on the factors like attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values, punctuality, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards colleagues and society, nation and others. Grading on Discipline will be done term-wise on a 3-point grading scale:

A          =          Outstanding,               B          =          Very Good,                 C          =          Fair

 

 

3.8 Promotion Policy for VI to VIII

(No Detention Policy upto Class VIII as per RTEA-2009)


4.            Examination Pattern for IX &X




4.1 Syllabus

Ø  Academic Session for classes IX & X has been divided into two terms. First Term and Second Term which will be known as the Mid Term Examination and Common Annual School Examination for Class IX and Board Exam for Class X.

Ø  As per CBSE guidelines, 100% syllabus will be covered in the Annual Examination of Class IX which will be conducted centrally by the Directorate of Education.

Ø  Class X Annual Exam will be conducted by CBSE only that shall cover 100% syllabus of Class X.

 



4.2 (A) Scholastic Area

For Class IX:

Ø  Periodic Test-I (Mid Term Examination) will be conducted in the month of September. This will be of three hours duration and 80 marks which will be converted into 5 marks for the purpose of weightage.

Ø  Periodic Test-II will be conducted in the month of December / January. This will be of three hours duration and 80 marks which will be converted into 5 marks for the purpose of weightage.

Ø  The common annual School Examination for class IX will be held in February / March. This will be of three hours duration and 80 marks.

Ø  In addition, weightage of 5 marks will be given for Note Book submission and another 5 marks for subject Enrichment, thus making a total of 100 marks.

The weightage of marks for classes IX will be as under:

 

 

 

 

Class

Periodic Test-I (Mid Term Exam) (80 Marks & 03:00Hrs.) to be held in September

Periodic Test-II (80 Marks & 03:00Hrs.) to be held in December / January

 

 

 

Submission of Note Books

 

 

 

Subject Enrichment

 

 

Common Annual School Exam

 

 

 

 

Total Marks

IX

05

05

05

05

80

100

 

For Class X:

Ø  Periodic Test-I (Mid Term Examination) will be conducted in the month of September. This will be of three hours duration and 80 marks which will be converted into 5 marks for the purpose of weightage.

Ø  Periodic Test-II will be conducted in the month of December / January. This will be of three hours duration and 80 marks which will be converted into 5 marks for the purpose of weightage.

Ø  The Annual Examination for class X will be conducted by CBSE in February / March. This will be of three hours duration and 80 marks.

Ø  In addition, weightage of 5 marks will be given for Note Book submission and another 5 marks for subject Enrichment, thus making a total of 100 marks.

 

The weightage of marks for classes X will be as under:

 

 

 

 

 

Class

Periodic Test-I (Mid Term Exam) (80 Marks & 03:00Hrs.) to be held in September

Periodic Test-II (80 Marks & 03:00Hrs.) to be held in December / January

 

 

 

Submission of Note Books

 

 

 

Subject Enrichment

 

 

Common Annual School Exam

 

 

 

 

Total Marks

X

05

05

05

05

80

100

 


4.3    GRADING SCALE



Grading Scale for

Scholastic Areas 9Class-IX & X)

(School will award grades as per the following grading scale)

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 (Failed)

 

 


4.2                (B) Co-Scholastic Activities

Schools should promote co-curricular activities for the holistic development of the students. These activities will be graded on a 5-point grading scale (A to E) and will have no descriptive indicators. No up scaling of grades will be done.

 

Activity

To be graded on a 5-point scale (A-E) in School

Areas and Objectives(as prescribed in the Scheme of Studies for Subjects of Internal Assessment)

A)     Work Education or Pre Vocational Education

By the concerned Teacher

Work Education is a distinct area for students for participation in social economic and welfare activities. Student gets a sense of community service and develops self-reliance. (for Pre Vocational Education as per Scheme of Studies)

B)     Art Education

By the VA/PA or the concerned Teacher

Art Education constitutes an important area of curricular activity for development of wholesome personality of the students. Students will select one or more forms of creative arts.

C)      Health & Physical education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)

By the PET

Health and Physical Activity preferably sports must be given a regular period. Students should be provided opportunities to get professionally trained in the area of their interest. Indigenous sports, yoga and NCC must be encouraged in the schools creating a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self sacrifice and health care.

 




4.4 Promotion Policy for IX & X

 

In order to be declared pass a student of class IX/X has to secure 40% marks in the Annual Examination and the Internal Assessment separately.

 

 

 

 

5.            Examination Pattern for XI

There is no change in the Examination Pattern / Promotion Policy for Class XI

Term

Type of Assessment

Weightage

Remarks

First Term

Written Examination of 3 Hrs. duration as per existing practice to be held in September along with other Classes

20 Marks

In case of subject involving Practical

Theory – 15 marks

Practical – 5 marks

 

Written Examination of 3 Hrs. duration as per existing practice to be held in March.

80 Marks

In case of subject involving Practical

Theory – 60 marks

Practical – 20 marks

For subjects involving project work, oral work, CBSE norms will be followed.

 

Total

100 Marks

 

 

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