Assessments / Surprise tests / Evaluation / Work sheets are completed throughout the year.
Skills’ Proficiency Assessments in various subjects are conducted at the end of each semester to assess the student’s acquisition of skills taught and practised during the semester.
In Primary section, the emphasis is to help the child to acquire:
Self-care and self-confidence
Literacy and numeracy
The parents / guardians are encouraged to be in close contact with the class teacher and other teachers during the primary education in order to assist the children in their all round development and growth.
The syllabus for the academic year is divided into 1st semester (April-September) and 2nd semester (October – March).
Evaluation is done for each student based on the periodic assessments, assignments, projects and unit tests conducted regularly throughout the semester.
The First semester ends with Half Yearly and the second semester ends with Final Examination.
A student has to obtain at least a D grade in all the subjects in both Assessments.
Promotion is based on the average of Assessments of both the semesters.
A student will be promoted on consideration (PC) if he / she obtains E1 or E2 grade in one subject only. A student will be allowed to take an improvement test in one subject, if he / she obtains E1 or E2 grade in two subjects. A student will be detained in the same class if he / she fails to get at least D grade in more than two subjects.
Class X and XII will have two Pre-Board examinations in addition to the other Assessments.
Grades for the following subjects will be awarded on a continuous evaluation basis.
Work experience for classes V – XII
Art education for classes V – VII
Physical education for classes V – XII
Music, dance, arts & crafts and games & sports for classes V – XII
A student will not be allowed to continue the evaluation/test/examination, if he/she is found to be using unfair means (copying, enabling others to copy, bringing texts or books etc) in evaluations, tests and examinations,and no mark/grade will be awarded for that subject.However, he / she will be allowed to sit for the remaining evaluations/tests/examinations.
Students who fail to hand over the answer scripts to the invigilator will be marked zero in that particular subject. However, he / she will be allowed to sit for the remaining evaluations / tests / examinations.
The school has its own grading pattern based on CBSE guidelines.
PERFORMANCE REPORT & RE - EVALUATION
Performance Reports are handed over to the students regularly after each assessment. Parents / guardians are requested to meet the class teachers after each assessment to discuss the performance of their children along with the answer scripts.
The assessment answer scripts / worksheets / evaluation sheets are handed over to the students. The same should be counter signed by the parents / guardians. These answer scripts / worksheets / evaluation sheets are to be retained by the students of classes KG-XII and preserved in the files provided for the purpose. These answer scripts / worksheets / evaluation sheets have to be produced before the examinations. Marks will be deducted from the subjects concerned if the answer scripts are tampered with or not produced for inspection before the semester examinations.
Any error or discrepancy in marking the assessment papers should be brought to the notice of the Principal through a written complaint immediately.
Answer scripts of the Half Yearly will be available for inspection by parents / guardians on the “Open Day” for the declaration of the First Semester examination results.
The answer script of the Final Examination will be re-evaluated, if a written request is made by the parent / guardian / student within three days of the declaration of the results. The request shoud be addressed to the Principal and submitted to the school office along with the re-evaluation fee of Rs 100/- per answer script.
PROMOTION / DETENTION
For the Primary Section (classes KG-IV) the whole year’s work is taken into consideration. The assessment is made through the worksheets and other assessments done throughout the year.
The marks obtained in the Projects and assignments (5%), Unit Tests (10%), Half-Yearly (25%) and Final Examinations (60%) will constitute the promotion marks for students from classes VIII to X. For students from classes V to VII, 50% of the marks obtained in Half-Yearly and 50% of the marks obtained in the Final Examination will constitute the promotion marks.
If a student does not have a minimum of 90% attendance, he will be debarred from appearing for the Final Examinations.
Students who are suffering from serious ailments are to submit an application to the Principal prior to the commencement of the Final examinations with relevant medical documents for consideration.
To secure promotion, one must obtain pass marks (40%) in all the subjects.
If there are any grounds for special consideration to be shown to any student, the same must be brought to the attention of the Principal by the Parents/Guardians before the commencement of the Final Examinations.
The promotion or detention is based on the year’s work and decided by the Principal in consultation with the Class Teachers & Academic Co-ordinators concerned.
The results of the Half-Yearly and Final Examinations will be given only to the Parents and Guardians, and that, too, only on the specified date and time. The Parents/Guardians should meet the Class Teacher concerned to obtain the Progress Report Card and discuss with them the progress of their sons/wards. If they are unable to collect the Progress Report Card personally due to unavoidable circumstances, they should give a written authorisation countersigned by the Principal to someone of their choice.
In case anyone fails to collect the report cards on the appointed day from the Class Teacher, the same may be collected from the School Office after paying the late fee.