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Assessment and Promotion Criteria
Class X

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

  1. SCHOLASTIC

 

Assessment Structure

Total 100 Marks

Subjects

Board Exam

(80 marks)

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

Internal Assessment

(20 marks)

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

Periodic tests

(5 Marks)

Multiple Assessment

(5marks)

Portfolio

(5 marks)

Subject Enrichment Activity

(5 marks)

English

  • The exam will be conducted by the CBSE covering 100% syllabus of the subject.

Three periodic tests and the average of best two tests will be taken for the final marks submission

This will cover

  • Class Discussion
  • Oral Tests
  • Group Activities
  • Concept Map
  • Graphic Organizers
  • PowerPoint Presentation etc

This will cover

  • CW/HW Assignment
  • Self/Peer
  • Assessment
  • Student Artefacts
  • Students Reflection
  • Display of students’ exemplary work and finding in the related area
  • Speaking and listening skills
  • Vocabulary Enrichment
  • Enhancement of students’ awareness and sensitivity through relevant and suitable literature

Hindi / Sanskrit / French

Science

Development of Scientific processes through experiments and explorations.

Mathematics

Enhancement of Mathematical skills through lab activities and explorations

Social Science

Map work and Project work related to art and culture that includes development of Life Skills

6th Additional subject (Artificial Intelligence)

Board  Examination for 50 marks

 

Practical Examination of 50 marks

 

  1. Periodic Test (5 marks)

The school shall conduct three periodic written tests in the entire academic year and the average of the best two will be taken for the final marks. For the purpose of gradient learning, the three tests would include Pre Mid Term (PT1),Mid Term (PT2) and Post Mid Term (PT3) with the portion of syllabus cumulatively covered. The gradually increasing portion of contents would prepare students acquire confidence for appearing in the Board examination with 100% syllabus coverage.

  1. Multiple Assessment (5 Marks)

The aim is to make assessment more comprehensive by using multiple and diverse techniques to assess the students.

  1. Portfolio (5 Marks)

It is a collection of students’ work representing a selection of performances that is assembled over time and describes the students’ effort, progress, growth and achievement in key areas.

  1. Subject Enrichment Activities (5 marks)

These are subject specific application activities aimed at enrichment of the understanding and skill development.

Weightage Calculation for Promotion:

Periodic Tests

Multiple Assessment (B)

Portfolio

(C)

Subject Enrichment

(D)

Board Exam

(E)

Grand Total

(A+B+C+D+E)

PT1

(40)

PT2

(80)

PT3 / Comprehensive (80)

Pre Board (80)

Average of best two PTs (A)

Best of PT 3/Pre Board

10

10

10

5

5

5

5

80

100

 

2. CO-SCHOLASTIC

For the holistic development of the child, Co-Scholastic Activities viz. Art Education and Health and Physical Education will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E)

3. DISCIPLINE

Students will be graded on a 5 point scale (A to E) for their attendance, sincerity, behavior and values.

Points to be noted:

  1. Retest will be conducted only in genuine Medical Emergencies/ On Duty cases.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. No student shall be allowed to take the Board Examination unless he/she has completed 75% attendance.
  5. 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.

 

Assessment and Promotion Criteria

Class IX

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

1. SCHOLASTIC

 

Assessment Structure

Total 100 Marks

Subjects

Annual Exam

(80 marks)

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

Internal Assessment

(20 marks)

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

Periodic tests

(5 Marks)

Multiple Assessment

(5marks)

Portfolio

(5 marks)

Subject Enrichment Activity

(5 marks)

English

  • The school will conduct Annual Exam for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject.
  • Marks and Grades will be awarded for individual subjects.
  • 8-point grading system will be followed.

Three periodic tests and the average of best two tests will be taken for the final marks submission

This will cover

  • Class Discussion
  • Oral Tests
  • Group Activities
  • Concept Map
  • Graphic Organizers
  • PowerPoint Presentation etc

This will cover

  • CW/HW Assignment
  • Self/Peer
  • Assessment
  • Student Artefacts
  • Students Reflection
  • Display of students’ exemplary work and finding in the related area
  • Speaking and listening skills
  • Vocabulary Enrichment
  • Enhancement of students’ awareness and sensitivity through relevant and suitable literature

Hindi / Sanskrit /  French

Science

Development of Scientific processes through experiments and explorations.

Mathematics

Enhancement of Mathematical skills through lab activities and explorations

Social Science

Map work and Project work related to art and culture that includes development of Life Skills

6th Additional subject (Artificial Intelligence)

Annual Examination for 50 marks

 

Practical Examination of 50 marks

 

  1. Periodic Test (5 marks)

The school shall conduct three periodic written tests in the entire academic year and the average of the best two will be taken for the final marks. For the purpose of gradient learning, the three tests would include Pre Mid Term (PT1),Mid Term (PT2) and Post Mid Term (PT3) with the portion of syllabus cumulatively covered. The gradually increasing portion of contents would prepare students acquire confidence for appearing in the Final examination with 100% syllabus coverage.

  1. Multiple Assessment (5 Marks)

The aim is to make assessment more comprehensive by using multiple and diverse techniques to assess the students.

  1. Portfolio (5 Marks)

It is a collection of students’ work representing a selection of performances that is assembled over time and describes the students’ effort, progress, growth and achievement in key areas.

  1. Subject Enrichment Activities (5 marks)

These are subject specific application activities aimed at enrichment of the understanding and skill development.

Weightage Calculation for Promotion:

Periodic Tests

Multiple Assessments

(B)

Portfolio

(C)

Subject Enrichment

(D)

IA

(E)

(A+B+C+D)

PT2/Mid term

(F)

(80)

Annual Exam

(G)

(80)

Grand Total

(E+F+G)

PT1

(40)

PT2/Mid term

(80)

PT3

(40)

Average of best two PTs

(A)

10

10

10

5

5

5

5

20

30

50

100

 

The 8 point grading system for scholastic areas is appended below:

Marks Range

91-100

81-90

71-80

61-70

51-60

41-50

33-40

32 & below

Grade

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

D

E (Essential repeat))

 

2. CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS

For the holistic development of the child, Co-Scholastic Activities viz. Art Education and Health and Physical Education will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E)

3. DISCIPLINE

Based on their performance throughout the year, the students will be graded on a 5 point scale (A to E) for their attendance, sincerity, behavior and values.

Points to be noted:

  1. In order to be declared PASS, a student must secure at least 33% marks in each of the 5 main subjects (separately in Theory and Internal Assessment) in Annual Examination.
  2. 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.
  3. Retest will be conducted only in genuine Medical Emergencies/ On Duty cases.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. No student shall be allowed to take the Annual Examination unless he/she has completed 75% attendance.
  7. 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:

  1. A student failing in 2 subjects shall be placed in compartment in those subjects, provided he/she qualifies in all the subjects of Internal Assessments.
  2. A maximum of 10 marks grace can be awarded for upto 2 subjects for promotion. A maximum of 5 marks grace can be awarded for one subject. Grace marks and compartment cannot be awarded together to a student.

 

 

SCHEDULE OF ASSESSMENTS
Classes IX & X

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