Evaluation & Assessment


  1. As per the CBSE guidelines the CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) will be followed from classes I to X.
  2. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation- Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation refers to a system of school based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of development. The scheme is thus a curricular initiative, attempting to shift emphasis from testing to holistic learning. It aims at creating good citizens possessing sound health, appropriate skills and desirable qualities, apart from academic excellence, which will equip the learners to meet the challenges of life with confidence and success. The student shall be tested for both scholastic and non-scholastic excellence.
  3. The academic session is divided into two terms:

    First term: April to September

    Second term: October to March

  4. The students shall be tested on the basis of the following:

    Formative Assessment: 40% weight-age

    Summative Assessment: 60% weight-age

April-MayFormative IWeekly Test + activity10%
July-AugustFormative IIWeekly Test + activity10%
SeptemberSummative IFirst Term Examination30%
October-NovemberFormative IIIWeekly Test + activity10%
January-FebruaryFormative IVWeekly Test + activity10%
MarchSummative IIFinal examination30%

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Formative Assessment is carried out by the teacher to monitor the student’s progress continuously in a non threatening, friendly and supportive environment. It involves regular descriptive feedback, chance for the students to reflect on their performance, take advice and improve upon it. This scholastic assessment is carried out during a course of instruction for providing continuous feedback to teachers and the learners. The assessment includes oral questions, conversational skills, projects, assignments, quizzes, research work, etc.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Summative Assessment is carried out at the end of the term. It measures how much a student has learned from the course which will be marked/graded. The question paper shall include MCQs, short answer questions and long answer questions.

The students shall also be assessed in the co-scholastic areas. The Co-scholastic areas include:

  1. Life Skills (Critical thinking skills, Social skills and Emotional skills)
  2. Attitude (towards teachers, schoolmates, school programs and the environment
  3. Values
  4. Literary and Creative Skills
  5. Scientific skill
  6. Aesthetic skills
  7. Performing Arts
  8. Sports
  9. Clubs :
    1. Eco Club
    2. Integrity Club
    3. Health and Wellness Club
    4. Literary Club

EVALUATION PLAN FOR CLASSES IV TO X

First Term

Assessment TypeEvaluation BasisWeightage
 Cycle-wise weightageOverall Weightage
Formative Assessment 1 (April/ May)Written Test40% 
Activities40% 
CW/ HW20% 
 10%
Formative Assessment 2 (July/ August)Written Test40% 
Activities40% 
CW/ HW20%10%
    
First Summative Assessment (September) 50 Marks(IV & V)
90 Marks (VI-X)
(As per CBSE Guidelines)
30%
First Term Evaluation50%

 

Second Term

Assessment TypeEvaluation BasisWeightage
 Cycle-wise weightageOverall Weightage
Formative Assessment 3 (Oct/ Dec)Written Test40% 
Activities40% 
CW/ HW20% 
 10%
Formative Assessment 4 (Jan/ Feb)Written Test40% 
Activities40% 
CW/ HW20% 
   10%
Second Summative Assessment (March) 50 Marks(IV & V)
90 Marks (VI-X)
(As per CBSE Guidelines)
30%
Second Term Evaluation50%

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation for Class IV to VII, Subject-wise Evaluation Plan for each Formative Cycle
(April-May) (July-August) (October-December) (January-February)

S. No.SubjectCW/HW based on theory
(Min. Requirement)
Activities (Min. Requirement) Activities may be Group or Individual
1.English3 Tasks
(One of each)
  1. Writing Skills
  2. Literature
  3. Grammar/ Lang.
3 Activities
  Essential
  1. Vocabulary/ spelling
  2. Oral/ Visual/ Communicative Teacher's Choice
  3. Any Creative Activity
2.Mathematics3 Tasks 3 Activities
  1. Physical
  2. File
  3. Project and Viva
3.Second Language 3 Tasks
(One of each)
  1. Writing skills
  2. Literature
  3. Grammar/ Lang.
3 Activities
  Essential
  1. Vocabulary/ spelling
  2. Oral/ Visual/ Communicative Teacher's Choice
  3. Any Creative Activity
4.Third Language (classes 6-7only) 2 Tasks
(One of each)
  1. Writing Skills/ Literature
  2. Grammar/ Lang.
2 Activities
  1. Vocabulary/ Spelling
  2. Oral/ Visual/ Communicative
5.General Science  
Physics2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Project Investigatory/ Experimental
  2. Oral/ Visual
Chemistry2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Project Investigatory/ Experential
  2. Oral/ Visual
Biology2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Project Investigatory/ Experential
  2. Oral/ Visual
6.Social Science  
History2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Oral/ Visual
  2. Project
Geography2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Oral/ Visual
  2. Project
Civics2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Oral/ Visual
  2. Project
Economics2 Tasks1 Activity
  1. Oral/ Visual
  2. Project
7.Computers2 Activities
  1. Evaluation based on Two Case studies

Students are to be awarded grades according to the following scheme:

GRADING SYSTEM

MARKSGRADE RANGE
91-100A1
81-90A2
71-80B1
61-70B2
51-60C1
41-50C2
33-40D
21-32E1
0-20E2

Our Curriculum approach

The school has a Multi disciplinary, interactive and learner centered approach that draws on pupil’s innate abilities and strengths. We focus on peer learning which fosters participation and collaboration. By providing opportunities to learn through discovery materials, which are drawn from the real world, the learning experience is made more relevant and real.

Our curriculum brings to the learners the best of both the worlds. It unites the educational approach in India and in the West, to form a program of study that ensures a sense of identity, spiritualism and ethics in the learners with a scientific understanding of their individual needs.

With a curriculum designed and developed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), we prepare our students for the All India Secondary School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for class 12.



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