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Special Scheme of Assessment for Board Examination (2021-22)

Class X

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Assessment and Promotion Criteria
 

Class IX

The assessment pattern is followed as per the guidelines issued by CBSE

Assessment Structure Total 100 marks

Subjects

Written Assessment (WA)

 (80 marks)

40 marks in each term.

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 80 marks in each subject.

Internal Assessment (IA)  (20 marks)

10 marks in each term.

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks in each subject

Periodic Tests (PT)

(3 marks in each term)

Multiple Assessment

(MA)

(2 marks in each term)

Portfolio

(2 marks in each term)

Subject Enrichment Activities (SE)

(3 marks in each term)

English

The school will conduct Term 1 & Term 2 examinations for 40 marks in each term, covering approximately 50 % syllabus in each term as prescribed by CBSE

* One Periodic Test will be conducted in Term 1.

*  Two Periodic Tests will be conducted in

Term 2.

Multiple assessments embedded in classroom pedagogy will include Role Play/ Quiz/ GD/ Concept Map/ Blog/ Recitation/ Debate/Skit/ Art & Sport Integrated Activity etc.

This includes a collection of students’ work/Achievements/Reflection to be evaluated in each term

Activities to include ASL/ practical work/ art integrated learning project etc.

Hindi/ Sanskrit/French

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

6 th Additional Subject (Artificial Intelligence)

Theory Examination of 50 Marks in each Term

Practical Examination of 50 Marks in each Term

 

 

Weightage Calculation for Promotion

TERM 1

TERM 2

OVERALL

(A)

WA

(B)

IA

(10 Marks)

Total

A+B

(C)

WA

(D)

IA

(10 Marks)

Tota

C+D

Overall WA

A + C

Overall IA

B + D

 

Grand Total

A+B+C+D

40 marks

PT1

(3)

MA

(2)

Portfolio

(2)

SE

(3)

40+10

= 50

40 marks

Avg

of

PT2 & PT3

(3)

MA

(2)

Portfolio

(2 )

SE

( 3 )

40+10

= 50

40 + 40 = 80

10 +10 = 20

50+50 =100

 

 

Points to be noted:

  1. A student has to secure a minimum of 33% marks in each of the 5 main subjects in overall Internal Assessment to be eligible to appear in the Term 2/ Year End examination.
  2. In order to be declared PASS, a student must secure atleast 33 % marks in each of the 5 main subjects , separately in overall Theory and overall Internal Assessment.
  1. It is compulsory for the students to appear in all Examinations/ Assessments. However, if a student remains absent on any exam day due to unavoidable circumstances or medical reasons, parents are requested to inform the school reception or mail at the school email ID on the very same day/ at the earliest.
  2. Retest will be conducted only in genuine Medical Emergencies/ On Duty cases.
  3. Any Application/ Medical certificate with a request letter should be submitted within one week of the leave taken, after which it will not be accepted and the student will be marked absent.
  4. For a student using unfair means/ cheating during any examination, the answersheet would not be evaluated and the student would be awarded ‘Zero’ in that exam.
  5. No student shall be allowed to take the Term 2/ Year End Examination unless he/she has completed 75% attendance.
  6. In case of long term absenteeism on medical grounds, only 15% of medical leave shall be considered and 60% normal attendance is compulsory as per CBSE attendance bye laws.

Eligibility for Compartment: A student failing in 2 subjects shall be placed in compartment in those subjects, provided he/she qualifies in Internal Assessments of all subjects.

Class X

The assessment pattern is followed as per the guidelines issued by CBSE

Assessment Structure

Total 100 marks

Subjects

Written Assessment (WA)

(80 marks)

40 marks in each term.

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 80 marks in each subject.

Internal Assessment (IA) (20 marks)

10 marks in each term.

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks in each subject

Periodic Tests

(PT)

(3 marks in each term)

Multiple Assessment

(MA)

(2 marks in each term)

Portfolio

(2 marks in each term)

Subject Enrichment Activities(SE)

(3 marks in each term)

 

 

English

 

The Board will conduct Term 1(MCQ based) &

Term 2 (case-based/ situation based, open ended- short answer/ long answer type)

exam for 40 marks in each  term.

Each term will cover  approx. 50 % syllabus as prescribed by CBSE*

 

* Two Periodic Tests will be conducted in

Term 1.

 

* One Periodic Test will be conducted in

Term 2.

 

Multiple assessments embedded in classroom pedagogy will include Role Play/ Quiz/ GD/ Concept Map/ Blog/ Recitation/ Debate/Skit/ Art & Sport Integrated Activity etc.

 

This includes a collection of students’ work/Achievements/Reflection to be evaluated in each term

 

Activities to include ASL/ practical work/ art integrated learning project etc.

 

Hindi/ Sanskrit/French

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

6 th Additional Subject (Artificial Intelligence)

Theory Examination of 50 Marks in each Term

Practical Examination of 50 Marks in each Term

 

*The weightage of Term 1 and Term 2 may change as per the situation. (refer to CBSE circular no ACAD/51/20-21)

 

 

Weightage Calculation for Promotion

TERM 1

TERM 2

OVERALL

(A)

WA

 

(B)

IA

(10 Marks)

Total

(A+B)

(C)

WA

 

(D)

IA

(10 Marks)

Total

(C+D)

Overall WA

(A + C)

Overall IA

(B+ D)

 

Grand Total

A+B+C+D

 

40 marks

Average of

PT 1&  PT 2

(3)

MA

(2)

Portfolio

(2)

SE

(3)

40+10

= 50

40 marks

PT 3

(3)

MA

(2)

Portfolio

(2)

SE

( 3 )

40+10

= 50

40 + 40 = 80

10 + 10 = 20

50 +50 =100

 

 

Points to be noted:

  1. It is compulsory for the students to appear in all Examinations/ Assessments. However, if a student remains absent on any exam day due to unavoidable circumstances or medical reasons, parents are requested to inform the school reception or mail at the school email ID on the very same day/ at the earliest.
  2. Retest for PTs and PB will be conducted only in genuine Medical Emergencies/ On Duty cases.
  3. Any Application/ Medical certificate with a request letter should be submitted within one week of the leave taken after which it will not be accepted and the student will be marked absent.
  4. For a student using unfair means/ cheating during any examination, the answer sheet would not be evaluated and the student would be awarded ‘Zero’ in that exam.
  5. No student shall be allowed to take the Term 2/ Year End Examination unless he/she has completed 75% attendance.
  6. In case of long term absenteeism on medical grounds, only 15% of medical leave shall be considered and 60% normal attendance is compulsory as per CBSE attendance bye laws.

 

SCHEDULE OF ASSESSMENTS
Classes IX & X

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