Promotion Policy for Classes P1 to P5

Profiling of each child is done to cover to cover different aspects of socio-emotional and physical-motor skill development. Competency in areas, such as Languages, mathematics and Environmental Studies is taken into consideration for promotion to the next class. Children will also be attempting four Revision worksheets through the year.

At least 75% attendance is mandatory to appear for school and board Examination as per rules. This applies separately to both theory and practical for all classes.

Remodeled Assessment Structure : S1 & S2

1. Scholastic Area

  Total 100 marks
Subjects 20 Marks (Internal Assessment)
Student has t secure 33% marks out of overall
20 marks earmarked in
each subject
80 Marks final Examination/Board Examination Student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject
Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks) Periodic Test (10 Marks) Notebook Submission
(i) (ii) (iii)
Language 1 Speaking and listening skills and other language related activities Periodic written Test, three in each subject in an Academic year. This will cover : (a) Regularity & Quality of work. School/Board will conduct year end examination for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject of that class only.
Language 2 Speaking and listening skills and other language related activities. The successive tests will syllabus cumulatively. (b) Assignment Completion and Informal Revision
Science Practical Lab work model making and other subject related activities. Average of the best two tests to be taken for final marks submission (c) Neatness & upkeep of note book
Mathematics Maths Lab practical and other subject related activities     Marks and 9 Point grading will be awarded for Individual subjects.
Social Science Map work and project and other subject related activities.    

2. Co – Scholastic Area : work Education, Art Education and health and physical education will be graded on a 5 Point grading Scale (a to e).

3. Discipline ( Attendance Sincerity, behaviour, Values) : Will be graded on a five point scale (A to E).

4. For Classes S1 & S2 – The year end final and Board Examination respectively will cover the entire syllabus.

Assessment Structure for Classes VI to VIII

1 .Scholastic Area

Subjects TERM- (100 MARKS) (1ST HALF OF THE SESSION TERM-2 (100 MARKS (2nd half of the session periodic Assessment – 20 marks yearly Exam – 80 marks

Language -2




Social Science
Periodic Assessment 20 marks

  • Periodic Test:10 marks

  • Note book Submission: 5 marks

  • Subject enrichment activities: marks
Half yearly exam
  • Written exam for 80 marks
Periodic Assessment: 20 marks

  • Periodic Test:10 marks

  • Note book submission 5 marks

  • Subject enrichment activity 5 marks
Year End Exam Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered 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

2. Co-scholastic Area (Classes VI-VIII):

Co – Curricular activities will be graded term-wise on a 3-Point grading scale (A-outstanding, B-very god and C-Fair); this will include:

a. work education: Work Education refers to skill based activities

b. Art education (visual& performing art

c. health and physical education

3. Discipline:

The students will be assessed for discipline based on factors like attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values, tidiness, respect for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others, grading shall be done-term-wise on 3 point grading scale. (A-outstanding, B-very good and C-fair).

Subject Enrichment Activities: these are subject-Specific activates aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These will include: AS L/Reading/dictation/Debate/Public Speaking etc. For languages, lab activities/Projects/map work/model making/Field trips etc. For other subjects.

These activities will be carried out throughout the term, and evaluated at the term-end.

  • Assessment of speaking and listening (ASL) classes M1 to SS1 effective spoken communication (speaking skill) requires being able to express ideas and views clearly, confidently and concisely in speech, tailoring content and style to the audience and promoting free-flowing communication. Listening skills are the ways to listen to something more effectively and be able to comprehend what is being communicated.
  • The specific objectives of introducing ASL are:
  • Empower language skills such as vocabulary, articulation and sequencing of events.
  • Enhance active learning, thoughtfulness, awareness and acceptance of other’s views.
  • Improve communication skills.
  • Install social skills.

Classes SS1 and SS2 (Choice of streams and subjects)

The school offers Science, Commerce & Humanities streams with the following subjects.

Science: English, Physics, chemistry, mathematics/Psychology, Biology/Computer Science/Economics.

Commerce: English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, mathematics/Physical Education.

Humanities: English, political Science, History, Economics/fine Arts, Mathematics/Psychology/ Physical Education.

Physics, Chemistry, psychology, biology, physical education, fine arts are evaluated for theory + practicals and history, Accountancy and Business studies for theory + projects.

Promotion Policy For Class SS1

A student must attain at least 33% marks in each subject in the consolidated annual result to qualify for promotion to the next higher class. Students of class SS1 must pass in theory and practical examinations of a subject with practicals or project, separately.

75% attendance is mandatory to appear for examination and be eligible of promotion. For class SS1 four unit tests, one half yearly examination and the final examination are conducted. They are given the following weight age:

Unit tests:15 Internal Assessment:5 First Term:30 Final Exam:50

Note : The evaluated answer sheets of all exams except the final exam will be handed over to the students after each assessment /exam. However the answer sheets of the final exam for class SS1 will be be kept in the school after being shown to the student.


Students of classes SS2 will have unit tests, two terminals exams, revision tests and pre-board exams before appearing for the board exam, as per the schedule given in the school calendar or as informed form time to time.

Students are graded for work experience (student mentoring) health & physical education and general studies. These grades are included in the class XII CBSE mark sheet. At least 75% attendance is mandatory to appear for the Board examinations as per rules. This applies separately to both theory and practical classes.

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