Assessment

EVALUATION SYSTEM (2018-2019)

NURSERY TO CLASS II

The child’s progress will be assessed on the basis of the continuous theme-based assessments, which include creative works, different language skills etc. Progress report will be given to the parents during the Open House at the end of each term. No child will be detained . However attendance less than 90% and not able to cope up with the syllabus resulting in low-grades in assessment of a particular class in a session may result in detention in the same class with mutual consent of parents and school authorities.

Assessment Schedule for Nursery to Class II

Assessment

Months

Ist Evaluation April to July
2nd Evaluation August to November
3rd Evaluation December to March

CLASS III TO X Scheme of Assessment(1st April 2018 - 31st March 2019)

Examination

Details of Assessment

Periodic Test - 1
Month 3rd week of JULY
ClassesIII-X
Portion Syllabus covered till 1st week of JULY.
Max Marks 50 Marks for all classes.
Periodic Test – 2 (TERM-1)
Month 3rd & 4th week of SEPTEMBER
Classes III-X
Portion Syllabus covered till 1st week of SEPTEMBER.
Max Marks 80 Marks for classes III-V (ORAL-20 marks WRITTEN-60 marks) 80 Marks for classes VI-X (ONLY WRITTEN)
Notebook SubmissionNotebooks will be checked on a regular basis and will be evaluated two times before Term 1. i.e (April/June) & (July/August) and marks will be awarded out of 5 for each evaluation and an aggregate out of 10 will be taken and later reduced to 5 for final grading. Marks will be awarded on the following criteria.
(1) Regularity (2) Assignment Completion (3) Neatness & Upkeep of notebook.
Subject Enrichment ActivityEVALUATION BASED ON TWO ACTIVITIES i.e (April/June) & (July/August). Marks will be awarded out of 5 for each evaluation and an aggregate out of 10 will be taken and later reduced to 5 for final grading.
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES:
1. LANGUAGES (ASL,READING,DICTATION,DEBATE,PUBLIC SPEAKING,PROJECT)
2. SCIENCE (LAB ACTIVITIES,PROJECT,MODEL MAKING,QUIZ,GROUP ACTIVITY)
3. SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAP WORK,PROJECTS,FIELD TRIPS,MODEL MAKING,GROUP ACTIVITY)
4.MATHS (LAB ACTIVITIES,PROJECT,GROUP ACTIVITY)
Periodic Test - 3
Month 1st week of January for Class X
3rd week of JANUARY for Class III – IX.
ClassesIII-X
Portion Classes III-VIII : Syllabus covered after Term -1 till 1st week of JANUARY
Class IX : Full syllabus covered in Term-1 till 1st week of JANUARY.
Class X : Full syllabus covered in Term-1 till 2nd week of December.
Max Marks 50 Marks for all classes.
PRE-BOARD EXAM
Month 3rd week of January
ClassesClass X
Portion Full syllabus
Max Marks 80
Final Exam
Month 2nd and 3rd week of MARCH.
ClassesIII –IX
Portion Classes III-V : Full Syllabus covered after Term -1 till FEBRUARY.
Classes VI-VIII : Full Syllabus covered after Term -1 till FEBRUARY.
10% portion from Term-1 (FOR CLASS 6).
20% portion from Term-1 (FOR CLASS 7).
30% portion from Term-1 (FOR CLASS 8)
Classes IX : Full Syllabus covered in Term-1 till February.
Max Marks 80 Marks for classes III-V (ORAL-20 marks WRITTEN-60 marks)
80 Marks for classes VI-IX (ONLY WRITTEN)
Notebook Submission Notebooks will be checked on a regular basis and will be evaluated two times before Final Exam. i.e (Oct/Nov/Dec) & (Jan/Feb) and marks will be awarded out of 5 for each evaluation and an aggregate out of 10 will be taken and later reduced to 5 for final grading. Marks will be awarded on the following criteria.
(1) Regularity (2) Assignment Completion (3) Neatness & Upkeep of notebook.
Subject Enrichment Activity EVALUATION BASED ON TWO ACTIVITIES i.e (Oct/Nov/Dec) & (Jan/Feb).
Marks will be awarded out of 5 for each evaluation and an aggregate out of 10 will be taken and later reduced to 5 for final grading.
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES:
1. LANGUAGES (ASL,READING,DICTATION,DEBATE,PUBLIC SPEAKING,PROJECT)
2. SCIENCE (LAB ACTIVITIES,PROJECT,MODEL MAKING,QUIZ,GROUP ACTIVITY)
3. SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAP WORK,PROJECTS,FIELD TRIPS,MODEL MAKING,GROUP ACTIVITY)
4. MATHS (LAB ACTIVITIES,PROJECT,GROUP ACTIVITY)

1. To qualify in a subject under Scholastic areas student has to secure 33% marks in annual examination as well as 33% in internal marks.

2. Overall performance of a child will be shown on 9- point grading scale (only for scholastic area).


2. CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS


Co-curricular activities are promoted for the holistic development of the student on a 3-point (A-C) grading scale for classes III TO VIII and a 5-point (A-E) grading scale for classes IX & X.


Activities:


  • 1. Work Education or Pre-Vocational Education
  • Work education is a distinct curricular area for by the concerned students for participation in social, economic and welfare activities. Student gets a sense of community service and develops self-reliance.
  • 2. Art Education
  • Art Education constitutes an important area of curricular activity for development of wholesome personality of the students. Students will select one or more forms of Creative arts.
  • 3. Health & Physical Education (Sports/ Martial Arts/Yoga etc.)
  • Health & Physical Activity preferably sports must be given a regular period. Student should be provided opportunities to get professionally trained in the area of their interest. Indigenous sports, yoga must be encouraged in the school creating a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self-sacrifice and health care.
  • 4. DISCIPLINE(Attendance ,Sincerity, Behavior, Values):
  • Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character. Sincerity, good behavior and Values develop strength and foster unity and Cooperation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced.