Assignments

PRE-SCHOOL – II

The assessment will be done through- out the academic session taking into consideration the assessment of work-sheets, class activities like Group work, Pair work, Oral tests, and Participation in specified subject related activities.

DATE SHEET FOR PERIODIC TEST I 2019-20
DATE OF EXAMINATION III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XII
8-07-2019 G.K. G.K. G.K G.K G.K G.K I.T. HINDI/FRENCH HOME SC.
9-7-2019 ENGLISH HINDI HINDI SANSKRIT/PUNJABI/FRENCH ENGLISH HINDI HINDI I.T PHY../ACCTS./POL SC.
11-07-2019       ENGLISH HINDI MATHS     COMP.SC./I.P
12-07-2019 MATHS E.V.S ENGLISH SOCIAL SCIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERALSCIENCE ENGLISH MATHS/MUSIC ENGLISH
15-07-2019 HINDI ENGLISH E.V.S HINDI MATHS SOCIAL SCIENCE MATHS SOCIAL SCIENCE CHEM./B.ST./SOCIO
16-07-2019       COMP.SC. COMP.SC. ENGLISH     BIO/ECONOMICS
17-07-2019 COMP.SC. COMP.SC. COMP.SC. MATHS SANSKRIT/PUNJABI/FRENCH SANSKRIT/PUNJABI/FRENCH GENERAL SCIENCE ENGLISH PHY.EDU.
18-07-2019                 PAINTING
19-07-2019 E.V.S MATHS MATHS GENERAL SCIENCE GENERAL SCIENCE COMP.SC. SOCIAL SCIENCE GEN.SC./HOME SC. MATHS/HINDI

 

CLASS III-XII

Evaluation of Scholastic Area:

 

Part 1:scholastic assessment structure    III-XII

 

TERM-I   (  100   MARKS)

(1st HALF OF THE SESSION)

TERM-II ( 100 MARKS)     (2ndHALF Of THE SESSION)

Periodic Assessment-  20Marks

 

Half  yearly Exam

 

Periodic Assessment-  20Marks

 

Yearly Exam

 

 

Pen Paper Test-           5 Marks

Multiple Assessment-5 Marks

Portfolio-                      5 Marks

Subject Enrichment-   5Marks

 

 

Classes III-V

Written Exam-60

Oral exam-20 Marks

 

 

 

Pen Paper Test-           5 Marks

Multiple Assessment-5 Marks

Portfolio-                      5 Marks

Subject Enrichment-   5 Marks

 

 

Classes III-V

Written Exam-60

Oral exam-20 Marks

Written Exam for -80 marks with syllabus coverage as below

 

First periodic test –

III-IX & XI      -            25 MARKS

X &   XII         -            50 MARKS

As Per the Prescribed Syllabus

Classes VI-VIII

Written Exam-80

 

 

Second  periodic  test –

III-IX  & XI      -            25 MARKS

X &   XII   - 50 MARKS

(As per CBSE  norms)

As Per the Prescribed Syllabus

Classes  III-V

Syllabus of  IITerm Only

NOTEBOOK   SUBMISSION-5Marks

At term end III-X

Classes  IX-XII

Written Exam-as per CBSE pattern

 

(as per the prescribed school syllabus)

Pre-Board

(classes   X-& XII)

(As per CBSE  Pattern)

As Per the Prescribed Syllabus

Classes  VI

10% Of I st term covering significant topics  + Entire Syllabus of II-Term

SUBJECT ENRICHMENT – 5 Marks

at term end III-X

 

NOTEBOOK   SUBMISSION-5Marks

At term end III-X

 

Classes  VII

20% Of I st term covering significant topics  + Entire Syllabus of II-Term

SUBJECT ENRICHMENT – 5 Marks

at term end III-X

 

 

 

Classes  VIII

30% Of I st term covering significant topics  + Entire Syllabus of II-Term

 

 

 

Classes  IX-XII

Whole syllabus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Candidate with Learning Disabilities may offer: (IX-X)

English or Hindi and any four out of - Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Other one/ two Languages, Commerce (Element of Business/ Element of Booking Keeping & Accountancy/ Typewriting English/ Typewriting Hindi), Painting, Music, Home Science and Foundation of Information Technology.

Note:

1. Subjects for a candidate under Scholastic Areas Part 1 in Class IX and Class X have to be same.

2. The same language cannot be offered both at the Course A/B level.

3. 165-Foundation of Information Technology and 402-Information Technology (O)/ 462-Information Technology(C) cannot be offered together.

 

Class PS – II

Class III-V

Class VI-VIII

Class IX-X

English

Hindi

Mathematics

EVS

Drawing

Art & Craft

Computers

English

Hindi

Mathematics

Social Science

Science

Computers

General Knowledge

Drawing

Music

Physical Education

English

Hindi

Mathematics

Social Science

Science

Sanskrit/ Punjabi / French (any one language)

Computer Science

General Knowledge

Drawing

Music

Physical Education

English

Hindi/ Sanskrit/ Punjabi / French (any one language)

Mathematics

Social Science

Science

Vocational Subject:-

Foundation in Information Technology

Or Automobile Technology

A candidate may offer any additional subject as per the scheme of studies prescribed by CBSE, Delhi.

 

 

 

 

 

Part 2 : Co-Scholastic Areas

Where students’ are assessed in four parts on a Five Point Grading Scale A, B, C, D, E

2 (A) Life Skills: Consists of Thinking Skills, Social Skills and Emotional Skills.

2 (B) Work Education

2 (C) Visual and Performing Arts

2 (D) Attitudes and Values: Consists of attitude towards Teachers, Schoolmates, School Programmes and Environment. Value Systems refers to the framework which must be developed right through Primary to Secondary Level.

Part 3: Co-Curricular Activities

Where in choice in participation and assessment thereof is available. It has two sub parts to be assessed on a five-point grading scale A, B, C, D, E

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 3: Co-Curricular Activities

Where in choice in participation and assessment thereof is available. It has two sub parts to be assessed on a five-point grading scale A, B, C, D, E

Part 3 (A)

1. Scientific Skills (532)

2. Information and Communication Technology (535)
A student will be assessed on their level of participation and achievement.

Part 3(B)

Different kinds of Health and Physical Activities have been provided:-

1. Sports/ Indigenous sports (541)

2. Scouting and Guiding (543)

3. Gymnastics (545)

4. Yoga (546)

5. First Aid (547)

6. Gardening (548)

Students will be assessed on any two activities that are chosen from within these activities. The objective is to benefit from Physical activities to maximize health benefits. They will be assessed by teachers involved in various activities in school.

 

Promotion is granted on the basis of whole academic year’s work of the pupil.  Results declared at the end of the year are final. The general criterion for promotion is that the pupil has grasped the subject matter of his/her present class sufficiently in order to be able to follow the syllabus of next higher class.  The promotion norms are as under:-

  1. Should obtain 33% in aggregate marks for the year’s average in Theory.
  2. Should obtain 40% in aggregate marks for the year’s average in Practical Exam.
  3. Must pass in all subjects.
  4. Should have at-least 75% attendance.
  5. For classes IX-XII  as per the  promotion rules of CBSE.

 

ASSESSMENT & PROMOTION

PRE-SCHOOL – II

Evaluation and assessment is a continuous process in the Montessori department.  There are three terms in which the children are assessed through day to day activities.  No formal exam or test is conducted.  The progress report is prepared in each term which provides a comprehensive record of each child’s growth and development.  Grades are given from A+ to D and the child is assessed accordingly.  No child is detained in the Montessori department.  Children with outstanding performance in academics and co-curricular activities are awarded certificates.

 

III-XII  (Students of Class X & XII will appear in Board Examination conducted by CBSE)

  1. It is compulsory for students to appear for all the examinations and assessments as scheduled.
  2. Promotion to next higher class also depends upon regularity at least 75% attendance is essential.
  3.  Periodic Tests will to be conducted thrice a year.
  4.  The Periodic tests will be conducted out of 50 Marks each.
  5.  Annual/Board Examination will take place at the end of the academic session covering the whole syllabus.

        Subject-wise Syllabi of each examination is given in the printed class syllabus.

III - X

  1. Average of the best two periodic tests out of 10 will be considered in the Periodic Assessment.
  2. Internal Assessment comprises of Periodic Tests (10 %), Notebook Maintenance (5 Marks) and Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks) out of which student needs to secure 33% (7 Marks).
  3. Annual Examination will be conducted of 80 Marks in which student needs to secure 33% (27 Marks).

Final Result will comprise the marks scored in Annual Examination (80 marks) and Internal Assessment (20 Marks)

 

Assessment Structure

Total Marks 100

 

Subjects

80 Marks

(Final Examination)

Students to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject

20 Marks

(Internal Assessment)

For promotion to next higher class Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall marks earmarked in each subject.

 

Periodic Test

(10% weightage)

Notebook

submission

(5% weightage)

Subject Enrichment

Activity (5% weightage)

               (i)

          (ii)

                   (iii)

Language 1

 

Final examination (Board for class 10th) for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject .Marks & Grades

 both will be awarded for individual

subjects 9 point grading will be followed for in all classes.

Periodic written test, restricted to three in

each subject in an

Academic year.

Average of the best

two tests  to be taken

for final marks

submission.

This will cover:

-Regularity

-Assignment   Completion

- Neatness and

  upkeep of note

  books

Speaking and listening Skills

Language 2

Speaking and listening Skills

Science

Practical Lab Work

Mathematics

Maths Lab Practical

Social Science

Map work and Project Work

Under mentioned grading system will be observed for evaluation and reporting the progress of the student:

Grade

Marks Range

Grade Point

A1

91-100

10.0

A2

81-90

9.0

B1

71-80

8.0

B2

61-70

7.0

C1

51-60

6.0

C2

41-50

5.0

D

33-40

4.0

E1

21-32

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E2

00-20

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Examination Schedule :

Examination

Maximum Marks

Syllabus

Portion to be included

Exam Days

Periodic Test-I

(All Classes)

 

25 marks

April - May

30% of the Annual

Syllabus

08.07.19 – 19.07.19

Half yearly

(III – XII)

80 marks

April - September

30% of the 1st Quarter

syllabus + Complete

syllabus covered after 1st quarter.

16.09.19 – 04.10.19

Periodic Test-II

(All Classes)

 

25 Marks

October – November

10% of the 1at quarter

+ 30% of the half year

syllabus + Complete

syllabus covered after

half year.

7.12.19– 26.12.19

 

First Pre-Board Exam.

(X & XII)

As per CBSE

pattern

Whole Syllabus

100%

11.11.19– 21.11.19

Second Pre-Board Exam.

 (X & XII)

As per CBSE

pattern

Whole Syllabus

100%

16.12.19 – 15.01.20

Annual

(III – IX & XI)

 

80 Marks

 

April – March

 

Whole syllabus

 

24.02.20 – 13.03.20

Board  Examination

(X & XII)

As per CBSE

pattern

April – March

Whole syllabus

As per CBSE

Date-sheet

 

Weightage of Marks for Class XI :-

Periodic tests                                   - 20%

Annual Examination                        - 80%

For promotion to class XII candidate is required to qualify one language and four elective subjects, pass %age being 33% in Theory as well as Practical. Passing in Annual Examination is essential.

Pass Criteria Class XII :- (As per CBSE Examination Bye Laws)

One has to qualify one language and four elective subjects, pass %age being 33% in Theory as well as Practical.