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EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

SCHEME OF EVALUATION

Classes Pre-Nursery to II 

  1. There will be no written test or exam for these classes.
  2. There will be a continuous comprehensive evaluation of the child’s progress.
  3. Term I– From end of March to September
  4. Term II – October to February

Classes III to V

  1. Unit tests will be held in all subjects for all classes according to the schedule given in the Almanac. This will consist of assessment of pen and paper test, homework/classwork, assignments, projects, presentations, debates, discussions, quizzes etc.

Type of Assessment

Marks

Weightage in the academic session

Unit Test

20

20

Multiple Assessment

5

5 marks (average of three)

Portfolio

5

Subject Enrichment Activity

5

Total Weightage

 

25

Grand Total (For the entire Year)

 

25 marks x 4 Cycles = 100 marks

  1. For IT, the first and third Unit tests will be Pen and Paper tests and the second and fourth Unit tests will be based on Practical and Viva voice. 

Please note:  Unit Test 4 of Class 5 will be of 50 marks each (pen and paper test for 40 marks and internal assessment for 10 marks) in all the subjects except GK and IT.

Term  I – From end of March to September

Term  II – October to February

  1. Grades will also be awarded in the following areas of learning:
    1. Visual Art
    2. Performing Art
    3. Health & Physical Education
    4. Discipline
  2. Students scoring 33% and above in each subject and in the aggregate will qualify for promotion to the next class.

 

  1. Half day/ Short leave will not be granted under any circumstances on the weekly test days. In case a child writes the test and then leaves, he/she will be marked absent for the day. In an emergency, written permission should be taken from the Principal. 

Students found using unfair means during any Unit test or Term Examination will be marked zero in that subject. No Retests will be held for such students.

  

 

Scheme of Examinations and Evaluation

 

Classes VI to VIII

  • The academic year will be divided into two terms and examination will be held at the end of each term.
  • Term I– From end of March to middle of September (with examination in the month of September)
  • Term II– From end of September to middle of February (with examination in the month of February)
  • The syllabus in all the subjects will be divided into two terms.

Note: For Class VI to VIII – Term II will have some relevant component of Term I syllabus which has a bearing on the next year's curriculum.

            Classes VI to VIII

 

 

Type of Assessment

Marks

Weightage

TERM I

Internal Assessment

Unit Test 1 (UT1)

20

Average of

UT1 and UT2

5

Unit Test 2 (UT2)

20

Multiple Assessment (MA)

10

Average of

MA+SEA+ Portfolio

5

Portfolio

10

Subject Enrichment Activity (SEA)

10

Term I Examination

80

 

40

Term I Total

   

50

 

TERM II

Internal Assessment

Unit Test 3 (UT3)

20

Average of

UT3 and UT4

5

Unit Test 4 (UT4)

20

Multiple Assessment (MA)

10

Average of

MA+SEA+ Portfolio

5

Portfolio

10

Subject Enrichment Activity (SEA)

10

Term II Examination

80

 

40

Term II Total

 

 

50

  • Students scoring 33% and above in each subject and in the aggregate will qualify for promotion to the next class.
  • Attendance in Unit Test is compulsory. Students with less than 75% attendance will not be allowed to sit for the Term I/Term II examination.
  • Grades will also be given in following areas of learning: Visual Art, Performing Art, Health and Physical Education and Discipline.
  • Students found using unfair means during any Unit Test or Term Examination will be marked zero in that subject. No Retests will be held for such students. These students will not be eligible for any academic award or school appointment/ post.

 Classes IX - XI

  • The academic year will be divided into two terms and examination will be held at the end of each term.
  • For classes IX and XI - At the end of the session, the student will be assessed/evaluated on the basis of the entire syllabus covered in both the terms.
  • Term I– From end of March to middle of September (with examination in the month of September)
  • Term II– From end of September to middle of February (with examination in the month of February)

For Class X

  • Mid Term Examination will be held in the second week of May.
  • First Term Examination will be held in September with the rest of school.
  • Pre-Board I and Pre-Board II will be held in December and January respectively.

Unit tests will be held in all subjects for all classes according to the schedule given in the almanac.

Weightage of marks for Units tests and Term examinations for final evaluation is given below:

Term I Unit Tests            10%

Term I Examination         40%

Term II Unit Tests           10%

Term II Examination        40%

Please Note: For Classes IX, X and XI, weightage of marks for Unit tests and Term examinations for final evaluation will be as per CBSE guidelines.

  • Students scoring 33% and above in each subject and in the aggregate will qualify for promotion to the next class.
  • Attendance in Unit Test is compulsory. Students with less than 75% attendance will not be allowed to sit for the Term I/Term II examination.
  • Grades will also be given in following areas of learning:
    • Visual Art
    • Performing Art
    • Health & Physical Education
    • Discipline.
  • Students found using unfair means during any Unit Test or Term Examination will be marked zero in that subject.
  • No Retests will be held for such students. These students will not be eligible for any academic award or school appointment/ post.