Evaluation Scheme

CLASSES PRE – NURSERY TO V

  

There will be no formal evaluation upto Class V

 

The children of these Classes will be encouraged and trained to use their visual, auditory and olfactory senses to experience the world around them. Stress will be laid on inculcating interest and love of learning, good manners and clean habits. Physical development of the children will be looked after by providing them with a well equipped play park and other sports related activities. The evaluation of the students will be continuous and comprehensive and based on the day the day progress in the activities conducted in the class, their behavior and interactions in class, conversation, homework, class work and written assignments.
For students of Classes III to V, it will be based on formative assessments which will be reflected through grades in the report card and which includes teacher’ observations, teacher designed tasks and tests, projects, reading, classwork, homework, work samples, quizzes, online tests etc.

  
Parents will get to know the progress of their wards through the report card for 1st term in October and for 2nd term in March.

  

Marks Range

Grade

91 – 100

A1

81 – 90

A2

71 – 80

B1

61 – 70

B2

51 – 60

C1

41 – 50

C2

Below – 40

D

  
CLASSES VI TO X
  

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS (FA) :

 

Classes VI to X will  have Formative Assessments (FA) spread over the entire year. It will be based on Monday Test, Teacher’s observations, Teacher designed tasks and Test, Work samples and Projects, Quizzes, Reading, Role Plays, Seminars, Presentations, Online Tests etc.

  

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS (SA) :

 

Classes VI to X will have Half Yearly exams (Summative Assessment-I) in September and Annual Exam (Summative Assessment – II) in March.

    

WEIGHTAGE ;

 

The term – wise weightage for Formative Assessments and Summative Assessments as per CCE guidelines of CBSE under Scholastic Areas part (A) are as under:

  

Assessments

TERM – I

TERM – II

TOTAL

 

FA 1

FA 2

SA 1

FA 3

FA 4

SA 2

 

Formative

10%

10%

 

10%

10%

 

40%

Summative

 

 

30%

 

 

30%

60%

  

KEY TO GRADES :

 

Key to grades for final cumulative result (Scholastic) and Co-scholastic areas and activities as per CCE guidelines of CBSE.

  

Part – 1 Scholastic (A)

Marks Range

Grade

Grade Point

91 – 100

A1

10.0

81 – 90

A2

9.0

71 – 80

B1

8.0

61 – 70

B2

7.0

51 – 60

C1

6.0

41 – 50

C2

5.0

33 – 40

D

4.0

21 – 32

E1

 

00 – 20

E2

 

  

Part – 2 Co – Scholastic Areas

 

Areas

Grades

Life Skills
2 (A)

Thinking Skills
Social Skills
Emotional Skills

 

Grads on Five point
Scale to be give as
A,B,C,D,E

2 (B)

Work Education

2 (C)

Visual and Performing Arts

2 (D) Attitude & Values towards:

Teachers
School – mates
School Programmes and
Environment Value Systems

 

Grads on Five point
Scale to be give as
A,B,C,D,E

  

Part – 3 Co-Scholastic Activities

 

 

Activities

Grades

 

(Any two of following to be assessed)

 

3 (A)

Literary & Creative Skills
Scientific Skills
Information & Communication Skills
Organization & Leadership Skills

 

Grades on Five Point Scale
to be given as
A,B,C,D,E

 

Any two of following to be assessed)

 

3 (B)
Physical & Health
Education

Sports/Indigenous sports
(Kho-Kho etc.)
Ncc / NSS
Scouting and Guiding
Swimming
Gymnastics
Yoga
First Aid
Gardening / Sharmdaan

 

Grades on Five Point scale to be given as
A,B,C,D,E

  

SCHEDULE OF REPORTS:

 

  • 1st  – Report based on Monday Tests, other Scholastic, Co – Scholastic activities and Half Yearly Exam in October.
  • 2nd  –   Report based on Monday Tests, other Scholastic, Co – Scholastic activities and Annual  Exam in March.

  

CRITERIA FOR THE AWARD OF SCHOLAR BDGE/CERTIFICATE/BLAZER/TIE:

 

A student should obtain minimum ‘A2’ grade in all the subjects. (An aggregate of 81% & above)
85% attendance.

 

The student must appear in the Half Yearly Exam and Annual Exam.

 

The student will be awarded certificate and Scholar Badge for being a scholar in the 1st year, Blue Blazer for being a scholar for consecutive 3 years and blue tie if he or she has been awarded with Scholar Badge for consecutive 5 years.

  

POINTS TO REMEMBER:

 

  • For Classes VI to VII projects will be given as notified separately.
  • No retest will be taken if any student is absent in any of the Monday Test or Term Examination on medical or any other ground. (Please do not send applications for retest)
  • Test absentees will be marked zero. However, if the school is sending the students for representation in any of the interschool competitions or events they may be exempted from the Monday Tests or Term Exams and average marks will be awarded based on their past performance.

  

CLASS XI

 

EXAMINATIONS AND PROJECTS:

 

Class XI will have to two tests other than Monday Tests i.e. Half Yearly Exam & Annual Exam In September and February respectively. Weightage of Marks is given as under:

 

SUBJECT

THEORY

PRATICAL

CUMULATIVE

 

HALF
YEARLY

ANNUAL

MONDAY
TEST

ENGLISH/MATHS

40

40

20

 

100

PHY/CHEM/BIO/I.P/P/E

25

25

20

30

100

ACCOUNTS

30

30

20

20

100

ECONOMICS

35

40

20

5

100

B.ST.

35

35

20

10

100

VOCATIONAL SUBJECT

20

20

20

40

100

  

  • Practical Examinations of Class XI will be conducted by the school.
  • For Class XI, projects will be given as per the guidelines of CBSE.

  

CLASS XII

 

  • Class XII will have Monday Tests, Half Yearly Examination, Pre-Board Examination, Annual exam (Conducted by CBSE).
  • Practical Examinations of Class XII will be conducted as per the CBSE guidelines.

  

SCHEDULE OF REPORTS. (XI – XII)

 

  • 1st – Report based on Monday Tests, Half Yearly Exam in October (Classes XI – XII)
  • 2nd  – Report based on Monday Test, Annual Exam in March (Class XI)
  • Result of Class – XII will be declared tentatively in month of May by CBSE.

  

*Note :  Scheme of Examination & Evaluation is subject to revision based on the guidelines of CBSE.