About Our School

Examination Policy 

Assessment plays a major role in how students learn, their motivation to learn, and how teachers teach. Assessment for learning: where assessment helps teachers gain insight into what students understand in order to plan and guide instruction, and provide helpful feedback to students.

As our school is affiliated to CBSE, the Assessment and Evaluation is as per the guidelines of CBSE.

Classes Nursery to KG II

There is no formal assessment for classes Nursery to KG II.

Classes I to V

There are three Evaluations for the whole academic session

Orals for various subjects are conducted during the regular classes.

Assessment of Languages are based on Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking Skills.

Concept and Activity based assessment is done in Mathematics and EVS.

Along with Orals written test is conducted in each Evaluation.

Promotion Policy

All students of classes I to V are promoted to the next higher class as per RTE Act.

Classes VI to VIII

Scholastic Area: The assessment structure and examination for classes VI to VIII comprises two terms i.e. Term-1 and 2.

TERM-1 (100 marks) (1st half of the session)

20 marks Internal Assessment + 80 marks for Half Yearly Exam

TERM-2 (100 marks) (2nd half of the session)

20 marks Periodic Assessment +80 marks for Annual Exam

Internal Assessment 20 marks

Periodic Test 10 marks + Portfolio 5 marks + Sub Enrichment 5 marks

Subject Enrichment Activities:

Languages: Reading, Writing, listening and speaking skills.

Mathematics: Lab activities

Science: Practical work and activities

Social Science: Map or the project work

Half Yearly / Annual Exam

Half Yearly Written exam for 80 marks

Annual Exam Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus coverage as below:

Class VI: 10% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

Class VII: 20% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

Class VIII: 30% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

Co-Scholastic Activities

(a) Work Education (b) Art Education (c) Health and Physical Education; Discipline

Promotion Policy

All students of classes 6 to 8 are promoted to the next higher class as per RTE Act.

Classes IX andX

Scholastic Area:

Annual/Board Examination is for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject and 20 Marks Internal Assessment:

Internal assessment consists of

1. Periodic Test:

1.1. Three Periodic Tests are conducted in each subject.

1.2. Average of the best two tests out of 10 marks is taken for final marks.

2. Portfolio: Portfolio holds 5 marks for Internal Assessment

3. Subject Enrichment Activity adds 5 marks to Internal Assessment

3.1. It covers

(a) Speaking and listening skills in Language Subjects

(b) Practical lab work in Science.

(c) Math lab practical in Mathematics.

(d) Map work and project work in Social Science

Promotion Policy

Class IX & X Assessment of students and promotion to next class is done as per CBSE norms.

Classes XI and XII

There are two periodic tests, Half Yearly Examination and Annual Examination in the whole academic year.

Half Yearly and Annual exam – Theory + Practical

Promotion Policy

  • Pass percentage in subject “33% in theory as well as in practical separately.
  • Students getting less than 33% marks in one subject are given a chance to appear for retest in that subject. Promotion is based on the marks scored in the retest.
  • Students getting less than 33% marks in two or more than two subjects are not promoted irrespective of the aggregate.

Assessment of students and promotion is done as per CBSE norms.

Classes X and XII

Apart from the above-mentioned tests / exams, five Unit tests are conducted for students of classes X and XII. The whole syllabus of each subject is divided into 5 parts and evaluation is done in the month of November and December.

Also, two Preboard Examinations with the full syllabus are conducted in the month of January and February.

Attendance

Students having less than 75% attendance are barred from taking Annual Exam /Board Exam.

Important- If a student is found using unfair means in the exams, zero is awarded to him/ her the first time and is debarred from any recognition from the school authorities .

***The Examination Policy is subject to change as per CBSE Guidelines.

Special Promotion Policy – Academic Year – 21-22

Class 9

For a student to be promoted to next class, he/she needs to score a total of 33% in each subject and in aggregate ,as a total of term1 and term 2 examination.

If a student scores less than 33% marks in one or two subjects, he/she is eligible for the compartment examination in those subjects. A student can appear in the compartment exam for maximum two

subjects. A student should score minimum 33% marks to clear the compartment exam.

If a student scores less than 33% marks in more than two subjects, he/she will be detained in the present class.

Due to medical reasons, if a student is unable to appear in term 1 examination, he/she will be promoted on the basis of term 2 examination result.

Due to medical reasons, if a student is unable to appear in the Term 2 examination, he/she is eligible to appear for the re-exam along with compartment students in those subjects.

Class 11

If a student scores a total of 33% and above, in theory and practical separately and in aggregate, as a total of Term 1 and Term 2 examination in all subjects, then he/she will be declared pass.

If a student scores less than 33% marks in one or two subjects in theory and practical separately, he/she is eligible for the compartment examination in those subjects. A student can appear in the compartment exam for maximum two

subjects. A student should score minimum 33% marks to clear the compartment exam.

If a student scores less than 33% marks in more than two subjects, he/she will be detained in the present class.

Due to medical reasons, if a student is unable to appear in term 1 examination, he/she will be promoted on the basis of term 2 examination result.

Due to medical reasons, if a student is unable to appear in the Term 2 examination, he/she is eligible to appear for the re-exam along with compartment students in those subjects.

Note:

Considering the epidemic and its impact on the mental and physical health of students, the above promotion policy has been framed specially for the academic year 21-22, where instead of one subject, a student is allowed to appear for compartment examination in two subjects.