EXAMINATION SYSTEM

Primary Wing

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION, EVALUATION AND PROMOTION NORMS

For Classes III, IV & V

1.   Classes III, IV and V will have two terms each in the academic session:
      •     Term I – April 2019 – September 2019
      •     Term II – October 2019 – March 2020
2.   Each Term will have one round of Unit Tests, one Term Exam and one round of Internal Assessment in each subject (English, Hindi, Math and EVS).
3.   Each round of the Unit Tests will have one test per subject of 25 marks.
4.   Term Exam for each subject will be of 50 marks .
5.   Each round of Internal Assessment in every subject will be of 20 marks.
6.   Term wise weightage and distribution of marks in each subject is as follows :


Term I

Unit Test
10 %

Mid Term Exam 30 %

Internal Assessment 10 %

Total 50 %

Term II

Unit Test
10 %

Final Exam
30 %

Internal Assessment 10 %

Total 50 %

Final Result       = Term I + Term II
= 50 % + 50 %
= 100 % marks


7.   In each Term, syllabus tested in the Unit Tests of all subjects will also be tested in the Term Exam for classes IV & V.
8.   Letter grades based on a 9 point scale will be awarded in each subject.
9.   Students will be evaluated for Computer Science, Third Language and General Awareness once during each term for which letter grades will be awarded on a 9-point Scale. ( Third Language options offered for classes IV & V are Sanskrit, French, German, Spanish and Japanese )
10.  Physical Education and activities like Dance , Music and Art will also be assessed.


CLASS  II
1.   Class II will have two terms in the academic session:
•     Term I – April 2019 – September 2019
•     Term II – October 2019 – March 2020
2.   Continuous Assessment of the child will be done by means of Revision Assignments and Subject Specific Tasks along with General Observation in class.
3.   Each term will comprise the following:
•     Two Revision Assignments per subject (English, Hindi, Math and EVS)
•     Subject Specific Tasks constituting Continuous Assessment (in subjects English, Hindi, Math and EVS)
4.   Letter grades based on a 7 point scale will be awarded in each subject.
5.   Physical Education and activities like Dance, Music and Art will  also be assessed.


CLASS  I
1.   Class I will have two terms in the academic session:
•     Term I – April 2019 – September 2019
•     Term II – October 2019 – March 2020
2.   No formal testing will be done in any of the terms.
3.   On completion of every topic, Revision Work will be taken up in the form of written assignments and oral tasks (in subjects English, Hindi, Math and EVS)
4.   Performance of the child in these Revision Assignments and Tasks along with General Observation will comprise his/her term wise Continuous Assessment.
5.   Revision Assignments and Tasks will be done as a part of routine class work at regular intervals. No prior information will be provided regarding the dates for the same.   
6.   Letter grades based on a 7 point scale will be awarded in each subject.
7.   Physical Education and activities like Dance, Music and Art will also be assessed.


CLASSES PRE-SCHOOL & PRE-PRIMARY:
1.   Learning as an ongoing, wholesome process will be evaluated in a continuous comprehensive manner. The Comprehensive Assessment Process, at this stage, will focus on the daily, consistent progress made by the child in academic as well as co-curricular activities.
2.   The assessment procedure will be based on the child’s daily interaction in the class, his/her level of general awareness, the quality of work produced by him/her, internalization of the concepts taught during the course of classroom interaction and the consequent learning outcomes throughout the year.
Note:    Progress Profile Card of the students of classes Pre-School to V will be sent after each term. It is to be signed by the Parents/Guardians and returned within two days of its receipt. In case, a student’s performance is not upto the expected standard, it will be discussed on a one to one basis.


Awards:

1. For class V, Scholar Badge will be awarded to a student securing an Overall Grade A2 and above.

2. For classes III & IV:

Honour Roll Award Certificate will be awarded to a student securing an Overall Grade A1
Commendation Card will be awarded to a student securing Grade A1 in three subjects  out of English, Hindi, Math & EVS.

3. Perfect Attendance Certificate will be awarded to students maintaining 100%   attendance throughout the academic session in classes Pre-School to V.



Senior Wing

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT AND PROMOTION NORMS

Classes: VI - XII (2019-2020)

Categories of Assessments:

Type

Classes

M.M.

Duration

Monday Test

VI – XII

50 marks

1 hr. 20 minutes

Pre-Mid Term Exam

X & XII only

Pattern & Weightage as per Board Guidelines

3 hrs. 15 minutes

Mid Term Exam

VI – VIII

80 marks

3 hrs. 15 minutes

IX - XII

Pattern & Weightage as per Board Guidelines

3 hrs. 15 minutes

Post- Mid Term Exam
(Pre Board)

X & XII only

Pattern & Weightage as per Board Guidelines

3 hrs. 15 minutes

Final Exam

VI – VIII

80 marks

3 hrs. 15 minutes

IX & XI

Pattern & Weightage as per Board Guidelines

 3 hrs. 15 minutes

X & XII

CBSE Board Exams

3 hrs. 15 minutes

• Minimum 33% in each subject must be secured in each Term and in the final assessment for promotion to the next higher class.

• All students are required to complete 75% of attendance to make him/her eligible to take the examination.

If any student is found using unfair means during any school examination, he/she will be marked ‘zero’ in that particular exam. He/she will not be eligible for any post of responsibility in the Student Council during that academic session.

 

For Classes VI – VIII


a)   Two Cycles of Monday Test will be conducted in each term i.e. a total of Four Monday Tests in the academic year.  However, there will be one cycle of Computer Monday Test in each Term.

b)   Yearly syllabus is divided into two Terms for Classes VI – VIII.  The syllabus covered in First Term will not be included in the Second Term.  However, certain topics in Mathematics and Science will be carried forward to the Second Term.

Weightage For Final Assessment

 

Maximum Marks

Weightage

Total

First Term

Monday Test – 1

50

10%

100%

Monday Test – 2

50

Subject Enrichment Activity & Notebook

10

10%

Mid Term Exam

80

80%

Second Term

Monday Test – 3

50

10%

100%

Monday Test – 4

50

Subject Enrichment Activity & Notebook

10

10%

Final Exam

80

80%

100%

Final Assessment

50% of First Term + 50% of Second Term

100%

•       Subjects Offered : (Scholastic) – English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Computer Science, III Language (options – Sanskrit/French/German/Japanese/ Spanish).
•       Co-Scholastic Activities : Grading on a Three Point Scale (A – C)

Students will opt for any one from the given options.

  • Work Education
  •  Art Education
  • -  Health and Physical Education
    •    Discipline (To be graded by the teachers)

     

    For Class  IX

    Subjects – Language 1, Language 2, Maths, G. Sc. and Social Science.
    Criteria of Assessment – 20% Internal Assessment + 80% Final Exam.
    Internal Assessment :
    •     5%  Notebook Submission
    •     5%  Subject Enrichment Activity
    •     5% Multiple Assessment
    •     5% Periodic Tests

    Periodic tests throughout the year will be as follows :
    i)    Mid Term Exam (written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of exam dates).
    ii)    Four Monday assessments throughout the year for 50 marks each

    Final Exam - Written exam for 80 marks with full syllabus.

     

    For Class  X

    Subjects : Language - 1, Language - 2, Maths, G. Sc. and Social Science.
    Criteria of Assessment : 20% Internal Assessment + 80% Board Exam.

    INTERNAL ASSESSMENT :
    •     5% Notebook Submission
    •     5% Subject Enrichment Activity
    •     5% Multiple Assessment
    •     5% Best two of Periodic Tests

    There will be three Periodic Tests in a year:
    1.   Pre-Mid Term Exam (written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of exam dates).
    2.   Mid Term Exam (written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of exam dates).
    3.   Post Mid Term (written exam for 80 marks with full syllabus).

    FINAL BOARD EXAM – Written exam for 80 marks with full syllabus.

    Co-Scholastic Activities : Classes IX & X
    Grading on a Five Point Scale (A – E)

    1. Co-Scholastic Activities will include:
    •     Work Education
    •     Art Education (Students will opt for any one from the given options)
    •     Health & Physical Education
    2.  Discipline  (To be graded by the teachers)
    3.  Assessment will be done on a five point scale once in a year
    4.  No upscaling of grades will be done.

     

    For Class XI

    *     During the First Term, one set of Monday Assessment will be held in all the five subjects opted by the student.
    *     In the Second Term two cycles of Monday Assessment will be held in all the five subjects as per the schedule given on page no. 28-29.
    *     Weightage for Final Assessment:

    I Term

    MA -10%

    Term Exam - 40%

    Total - 50%

    II Term

    MA + MA -10%

    Term Exam - 40%

    50%

    Final Assessment

    I Term - 50%

     +  II Term  - 50%

    100%

    Minimum 33% in each subject must be secured in each Term and in the final assessment for promotion to the next higher class. In case of a subject involving practical/project work, a student must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% marks in practical/project separately. In addition to this, 33% marks in aggregate are required for promotion to the next higher class.


    For Class XII

    I Term     MA + Pre-Mid Term + MA + Mid Term

    II Term    MA + Post Mid Term

     

    Some Points to Remember with Regard to School Attendance and Examination Scheme of the CBSE for


    CLASSES XI & XII

    Attendance requirement:
    All students are required to complete 75% of attendance to make him/her eligible to take the examination.

    Subjects offered:
    English Core, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science,  Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy, Physical Education, Psychology, Geography, Hindi, History, Fine Arts, Sociology, Political Science, Legal Studies, Informatics Practices, Web Application.

    Rules for Change of Subject:
    (i)     Change of subject(s) in class XI may be allowed by the Head of the School but not later than 15 July of that academic session.
    (ii)    No candidate shall be permitted to change his subject of study after passing Class XI.
    (iii)   The candidate shall not be offered a subject in Class XII which he has not studied and passed in class XI.

    Scheme of Examinations and Pass Criteria
    Senior School Certificate Examination : XII

    (i) The Board conducts examination in all subjects except General Studies, Work Experience, Physical and Health Education, which will be assessed internally by the school.

    (ii) In all subjects examined by the Board, a student will be given one paper each carrying 100 marks for 3 hours 15 mins. However, in subjects requiring practical examination, there will be a theory paper and practical examinations as required in the syllabi.

    (iii) In Work experience, General Studies and Physical and Health Education, the School will maintain cumulative records of student’s periodical achievements and progress during the year.

    (iv) In order to be declared as having passed the examination, a candidate shall obtain a grade higher than E (i.e. at least 33% marks) in all the five subjects of external examination in the main or at the end of the compartmental examination. The pass marks in each subject of external examination shall be 33%. In case of a subject involving practical work a candidate must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% marks in practical separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate in order to qualify in that subject.
    For further information, please refer to the CBSE website : www.cbse.nic.in

     

    Encouraging Excellence Through Awards

    * Scholar Badge : Scholar Badge is awarded to a student securing overall 80% and above. Subjects to be considered for the award of a Scholar Badge will include:

    • For classes VI -VIII : English, Hindi, III Language,Maths, Science, Social Science & Computers
    • For classes IX & X : English,II Language,Maths ,Science & Social Science
    • For class XI : All five subjects opted for, with minimum 50% in each subject.

    * Scholar Blazer: A Scholar Blazer is awarded to a student who earns a Scholar Badge for three consecutive years. (Class V onwards)

    * Scholar Blazer & Tie:  A Scholar Blazer and Tie is awarded to a student who earns a Scholar Badge for six consecutive years. (Class V onwards)

    * Gold Medal: A Gold Medal is awarded to a student who earns a Scholar Badge for seven consecutive years (Class V onwards)

    *  Perfect Attendance Certificate: It is awarded to students for maintaining 100% attendance throughout the academic year.

    *  Certificate of Excellence: It is awarded to students of class XII for excellence in Research / Innovation/ Sports / Cultural activities..