Evaluation and promotion Policy

For pre-primary and classes I to V

The evaluation process has been designed by keeping a progression profile for each child. The profile presents an itinerary of information of the children and their performance in a continuous manner. It focuses not only on learning subjects but on the total personality development of the child. Information on the children is gathered by the teachers through continuous and persistent observation in classrooms, activity rooms as well as outdoors, personal discussions, worksheets, oral work, play, music, dance, physical training etc. Routine kind of homework is deliberately kept aside to reduce avoidable pressure on children and make schooling joyful and pleasing. There is continuous observation of children in different aspects of development. The attempt is to translate the curriculum in a more personalized, joyful and fun manner, relevant to individual learning styles of children.

For classes VI to VIII

We follow a pattern of Cumulative and comprehensive evaluation. The session is divided into two terms-April to September and October to March. In each term there are two formative assessments followed by term end summative assessment in each subject. Each term has 50% weightage. The students are graded on nine point scale. In order to develop thinking skills, social skills, emotional skills, a strong value system, right attitudes etc., a number of activities are conducted. Similarly good many a periods have been allotted to dance, music-vocal and instrumental, art, craft, yoga, games and many other activities offered as SUPW activities . All these activities are evaluated on continuous basis and graded on five point scale.

For classes IX and X

For classes IX & X we follow CCE ( Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) methods as per the CBSE pattern. The session is divided into two terms-April to September and October to March. In each term there are two formative assessments followed by a term end summative assessment in each subject. The weightage of each formative assessment is 10% while the weightage of summative assessment is 30 %. Each term has 50%weightage. The students are graded on nine point scale in scholastic areas. In order to develop thinking skills, social skills, emotional skills, a strong value system, right attitudes etc., a number of activities are conducted. Side by side a number of periods have been allotted to dance, music-vocal and instrumental, arts, crafts, yoga, games and many other activities offered under SUPW. All these activities are evaluated on constant and continuous basis and graded on five point scale. The CBSE rules for passing the exams, improvements and for upscaling the grades are strictly adhered to.

For Class XI

Two terminal examinations are conducted- Half Yearly in the month of September and Final Year Exams in March. Apart from it two unit tests each are conducted for both the first term and the second term. Promotion is done on the basis of overall performance. The weightage for the different tests/examinations is:

First term-30%
Second term-50%
Tests-15%
Internal assessment and class performance-5%
The students are required to score a minimum of 33% for promotion to the next class. In practical subjects, the students are required to pass theory and practical separately. The weightage for each term is 50%.

For class XII

For Class XII the objective is to prepare the students for the Board Examination. The students have to appear in two/three unit tests and three terminal examinations-first in the month of July, second in October and then Pre-board in the month of January. The dates are tentative and are subject to change.

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