Assessment & Promotion........
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND PROMOTION RULES:
Examinations are an integral part of the educational process. Evaluation is continuous and reveals the strengths and weaknesses of the learners frequently so that learners have better opportunity to understand and improve themselves. Our examination system and promotional rules are consistent with the concept of evaluation developed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training. (NCERT) and the policy envisaged by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The details about the system are as follows.
THE PROGRAMME OF EVALUATION IN VARIOUS CURRICULAR AREAS IS AS UNDER:
- Objective based aiming at the specific objective of the scheme of the studies
- Comprehensive - providing for a coverage of all the objectives.
- Continuous - ensuring that there is no loss of the timing in getting the feedback about the progress of the student; and
- Dynamic - being completely integrated with teaching.
CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION IN PRIMARY CLASSES:
In conformity with the new evaluation scheme suggested by the CBSE and in order to provide a stress free environment to the student in the primary sections of the school, we have no formal examination system.
- Three cycles of weekly tests will be conducted for classes 1 to 2.
- Three cycles of weekly tests will be conducted for classes 3 to 5.s
- The profile of the student will be reflected on a five points scale.
- The absolute marks will be translated into grades in academic assessment.
- A minimum of 'C' grade will be required for promotion to the next higher class.
EVALUTION SYSTEM FOR MIDDLE, SECONDARY AND SENIOR SECONDERY SCHOOL:
The academic year is divided into two terms- April to September and October to March. Each term comprises of two kinds of Evaluation .
- Formative Assessment in the form of Unit Tests.
- Summative Assessment in the form of Term End examination. The performance of the student will be assessed using conventional numerical marking mode and the same will be later converted into grades using seven point grading scale.
- The weightage given to various tests /examination in each subject for promotion to the next class will be as follow
In addition to the academic performance, the student would be evaluated in the areas indicating their attitude towards teacher, schoolmates, school programmes etc. The teacher will maintain a record of the student responses, behavior and attitude towards all aspects of the school life. The student’s rapport with her teacher and classmates will also be assessed. Active participation in various school programs and competitions will be recorded and subsequently graded.
CCE (CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION)
The year will be divided into two terms - April to September and October to March. The assessment will be done in scholastic and co-scholastic aspects. Scholastic aspects will include subject specific areas whereas co-scholastic aspects will include life skills, co-curricular activities attitude and values. Each term will comprise of the two kinds of evaluation.
Formative assessment (FA) - This will comprise the Unit Test and the activities such as projects, practical’s, assignments, symposiums, debates, etc.
Summative Assessment (SA) - These are the Term End examinations.
- First Term : FA1 + FA2 + SA1 = 40%
(10%) (10%) (20%)
- Second Term : FA3 + FA4 + SA2 = 60%
(10%) (10%) (40%)
The evaluation will be represented in the form of grades on nine point scale.