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Examination & Promotion

Academic structure and evaluation process for the academic year 2019-2020 for classes VI - VIII

As you are aware, the CBSE has reintroduced Board Examination for class X from Academic Year 2018-19 onwards.


The scheme for classes VI-VIII has been designed on Term Assessment basis with gradual increase in the learning assessment as the students move forward. This would prepare the students to cover the whole syllabus of the academic year and face the challenge of class X Board examination, and would thus, ensure the 'quality of education'.



Co-Scholastic Activities (Classes VI-VIII):


For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities in the following areas be carried out.


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

  2. Art Education (Visual & Performing Art)

  3. Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)


Discipline (Classes VI-VIII):


The students will also be assessed for discipline which will be based on the factors like attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others. Grading on Discipline will be done term-wise on a 3-point grading scale (A=Outstanding, B=Very Good and C=Fair)


1.SCHOLASTIC


Subjects: English, Hindi, Third Language, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies


Examination Structure - VI-VIII
1.Periodic Test 140 MarksJulyTerm 1
2.Half Yearly Examination80 Marks+20 Marks*SeptembeTerm 1
3.Periodic Test 240 MarksJanuaryTerm 2
4.Annual Examination80 Marks+20 Marks*February-MarchTerm 2


*Internal Assessment For Term 1 (20 Marks)
Periodic Test 1
a) Written test of 40 marks is converted into 5 marks
b) Multiple Assessment - Strategies to be used:
Quizzes, Oral Test, Concept Map, Exit Cards, Visual Expression etc.- 5 Marks
10 Marks<
Note Book Submission5 Marks
Subject Enrichment Activity5 Marks


**Internal Assessment For Term 2 (20 Marks)
Periodic Test 2
a) Written test of 40 marks is converted into 5 marks
b) Multiple Assessment - Strategies to be used:
Quizzes, Oral Test, Concept Map, Exit Cards, Visual Expression etc.- 5 Marks
10 Marks
Note Book Submission5 Marks
Subject Enrichment Activity5 Marks

The marks for Notebook submission will take into account regularity, assignment completion, neatness and upkeep of notebooks


Subject Enrichment Activities will take place in all subjects as follows:


  • Language 1 (English) - Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL)
  • Language 2 - Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL)
  • Science - Practical Lab Work
  • Maths - Practical Lab Work
  • Social Science - Map and Project

  • Note:


    Syllabus of Annual Examination:


  • For S1: 10% of Term - 1 syllabus, covering significant topics + Entire syllabus of Term - 2
  • For S2: 20% of Term - 1 syllabus, covering significant topics + Entire syllabus of Term - 2
  • For S3: 30% of Term - 1 syllabus, covering significant topics + Entire syllabus of Term - 2


  • ACADEMIC STRUCTURE & EVALUATION PROCESS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19 FOR CLASSES IX & X


    SCHOLASTIC AREA:


    • A ANNUAL EXAMINATION - 80 Marks &
    • B INTERNAL ASSESSMENT - 20 Marks

    Annual Examination for S4 & Board Examination for S5 to be held at the end of the academic year.


    • A Each subject paper will be of 80 marks.
    • B 100% syllabus in each subject in the annual examination.
    • C 33% passing marks separately in Annual Examination as well as in Internal Assessment in each subject.

    Subjects: English, 2nd Language, Mathematics, Science & Social Science


    The assessment structure and examination of classes S4 and S5 comprises of two terms, i.e. Term-1 and Term-2 as explained below:


    Term - 1:
    Internal Assessment - 20 marks
    Half Yearly Examination - 80 Marks
    Total - 100 Marks

    • A Periodic Test/Unit Test - Written test of 50 Marks (converted into 10 marks), will be conducted in July 2018
    • B Note Book submission - 5 marks at term end
    • C Subject Enrichment - 5 marks at term end

    Half Yearly Examination - Written examination of 80 Marks, will be conducted in September 2018


    Syllabus of Half Yearly Examination: Entire syllabus of Term - 1



    Term - 2:
    Internal Assessment - 20 marks
    Annual Examination - 80 Marks
    Total - 100 Marks

    Internal Assessment - 20 marks;

    • A Periodic Test /Unit Test - Written test of 50 Marks(converted into 10 marks),will be conducted in January 2019 for s4
    • B Note Book submission - 5 marks at term end
    • C Subject Enrichment - 5 marks at term end
    • PREBOARD examination for S5 in January (80 Marks)


    • Annual Examination - Written examination of 80 Marks for S4, will be conducted in February - March 2019



      Syllabus of Annual Examination: complete Term 1 and Term 2 syllabus.


    • SUBJECT ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES: 5 Marks of Internal Assessment are for Subject Enrichment Activities.
      • A Language 1 (English) - ASL
      • B Language 2 - ASL
      • C Science - Practical Lab Work
      • D Maths - Maths Lab practical
      • E Social Science - Map and Project.

      CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES:

      • A Work Education
      • B Art Education
      • C Health and Physical Education.

      These activities will be graded on a 5-point grading scale (A to E). No scholastic grade/marks up-scaling based on co-scholastic activities.

      DISCIPLINE (Attendance, Sincerity, Behaviour, Values): Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character. Sincerity, good behaviour and values develop strength and foster unity and co-operation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced. Class teacher will be responsible for grading the students on a Five-point scale (A to E)

      ACADEMIC STRUCTURE AND EVALUATION PROCESS
      FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20 FOR CLASSES XI & XII


      FOR CLASS XI


      Each academic session begins in the month of April. Two rounds of Unit Tests are conducted through the year. The first round is completed before the Half-Yearly Examination and the second round between October and January. The Annual Examinations is conducted at the end of the session in February-March.


      The weightage, in the Annual Report Card, of the tests and examinations conducted during the year, is as follows:

      Unit Test 110%
      Half Yearly Examination30%
      Unit Test 210%
      Annual Examination50%

      The final report card shows aggregate marks in all subjects calculated as per the above weightage.


      Promotion Policy For XI


      Pass Marks in each subject is 33%. A student has to get at least 33% in the theory of the Annual Examination, Half Yearly Examination and Unit Tests.

      In subjects having Practical/Project, students are required to pass in theory and Practical/Project separately with 33% aggregate marks.


      i. In case, a student fails in only one subject out of the 5 subjects, he/she is placed under compartment and promoted to the next class only if he/she passes the compartment examination in one attempt. Students who are not able to pass the Compartment Examination in one attempt are detained in the same class, i.e. in class XI.
      ii. In case, a student fails in two or more subjects out of the 5 subjects, he/she is detained in the same class, i.e. in class XI.


      FOR CLASS XII


      Besides the Annual Board Examination conducted by CBSE, the school will be conducting the following Examinations for Class XII Students:


    • A. First round of Unit Tests (before the Half Yearly Examination)
    • B. Half Yearly Examination (in September)
    • C. Second round of Unit Tests (in October - November)
    • D. Pre Board Examination (in December)

    For Class XII, the CBSE conducts a nationwide examination in the month of February-March, called the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE). Along with marks, subject wise 9 point grades as given below are also shown in the report card. The result is declared in May.


    A1 Top 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    A2 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    B1 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    B2 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    C1 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    C2 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    D1 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    D2 Next 1/8th of the passed Candidates
    E Failed Candidates

    Examination Guidelines for the Students

    Students are expected to report in time on the day of examination, preferably 30 minutes before the formal commencement of the examination. The Student will not be allowed to take any Examination if he reaches School after Examination has started. Student must wear appropriate school uniform. They are expected not to speak to any other student inside the examination room. They should not carry any objectionable item inside the examination room like any book, note copy, piece of paper containing notes, calculator, mobile, smart-watch, etc. The school will cancel examination of a student and award 0 (ZERO) mark, if found with the above mentioned objectionable items or using unfair means during examination.

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