Assessment Structure

 

Pre-Primary

Test Tentative Month M.M.
Unit Test – I (Oral assessment for class PG & Nursery) July 20
Mid Term September/October 40 to be converted to 80
Unit Test – II December 20
Final Term Feburary/March 40 to be converted to 80

*Grading System for Co-Scholastic: As per CBSE guidelines

*Syllabus for final term will be 10% of mid-term + syllabus covered for final term & after mid-term. (Overall 60% of entire syllabus).
*Any change in syllabus or schedule will be informed duly.

Co-Scholastic Activities

To be graded on 3-point scale (A, B & C) [No descriptive indicators]

  • Work Education: Computer Science
  • Art Education: Music/Art/Dance (any one)
  • Health & Physical Education: Yoga/Sports

Primary

Note Book Maintenance – 5 Marks

Parameters/Rubrics for assessment are: Table of Content (Index, Cover), Neatness, Assignment Completion.

Subject Enrichment Activities – 5 Marks

To be conducted twice in a year i.e. one per term per subject. These are subject specific activities aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These activities are to be carried out throughout the term; however, they would be evaluated at the term end.

  • For Languages: ASL/Reading/Dictation/Debate
  • For Science: Model Making/Lab Activities
  • For Mathematics: Hands on Activities
  • For Social Studies: Map work/Project/Field Trip

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

Test Tentative Month M.M.
Unit Test – I July 20 to be converted to 10
Mid Term September/October I & II: 40 to be converted to 80, III to V: 60 to be converted to 80
Unit Test – II December 20 to be converted to 10
Final Term Feburary/March I & II: 40 to be converted to 80, III to V: 60 to be converted to 80

*Final Term will cover 60% (Term II and 10% of Term I) of the entire syllabus at the end of the year.
*Any change in syllabus or schedule will be informed duly.

Middle

Test Tentative Month M.M.
Unit Test – I July 20
Mid Term October 80
Unit Test – II December 20
Final Term Feburary/March 80

*Syllabus for Final Term – Term II + 10% of Term I for class VI, 20% of Term I for class VII, 30% of Term I for class VIII.
*Any change in syllabus or schedule will be informed duly.

Note Book Maintenance – 5 Marks

Parameters/Rubrics for assessment are: Table of Content (Index, Cover), Neatness, Assignment Completion.

Subject Enrichment Activities – 5 Marks

To be conducted twice in a year i.e. one per term per subject.

These are subject specific activities aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These activities are to be carried out throughout the term; however, they would be evaluated at the term end.

  • For Languages: ASL/Reading/Dictation/Debate
  • For Mathematics: Hands on Activities

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

Co-Scholastic Activities

To be graded on 3-point scale (A, B & C) [No descriptive indicators]

  • Work Education: Computer Science
  • Art Education: Music/Art/Dance (any one)
  • Health & Physical Education: Yoga/Sports

*Grading System for Co-Scholastic: As per CBSE guidelines.

Secondary

Note Book Maintenance – 5 Marks

Parameters/Rubrics for assessment are: Table of Content (Index, Cover), Neatness, Assignment Completion.

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

Annual Examination

Syllabus for annual examination – Full Syllabus.

*For Class IX school will conduct the examination and for Class X Board will conduct the examination.

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

Co-Scholastic Activities

To be graded on 3-point scale (A, B & C) [No descriptive indicators].

  • Work Education: Computer Science
  • Art Education: Music/Art/Dance (any one)
  • Health & Physical Education: Yoga/Sports
*Grading System for Co-Scholastic: As per CBSE guidelines

*Any change in syllabus or schedule will be informed duly.

Test Tentative Month M.M.
Unit Test – I July 20
Half Yearly October 80
Unit Test – II December 20

Subject Enrichment Activities – 5 Marks

To be conducted twice in a year i.e. one per term per subject. These are subject specific activities aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These activities are to be carried out throughout the term; however, they would be evaluated at the term end.

  • For Languages: ASL/Reading/Dictation/Debate
  • For Science: Model Making/Lab Activities
  • For Mathematics: Hands on Activities
  • For Social Studies: Map work/Project/Field Trip

Senior Secondary

Test Tentative Month
Term I October
Mid Term Feburary/March

*Any change in syllabus or schedule will be informed duly.
*Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 earmarked in each subject. *As per CBSE guidelines