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Examination System

Nursery to UKG

No tests are conducted for Pre-Primary section. Learning outcomes are monitored only through Terminal Examinations conducted twice a year.

Classes Ⅰ to V

A continuous assessment is done of the student in the class. For the purpose of evaluating the student’s progress during the year and the achievement at the end of the year, the school has introduced the CBSE prescribed scheme of evaluation. Evaluation and Assessment is done as per CBSE prescribed scheme of evaluation.

Classes Ⅵ to Ⅷ

A uniform system of Assessment and Examination for Grades VI to X in all CBSE affiliated schools with effect from the Academic year 2017-18 is being followed. In order to ensure smooth transition and preparation for board exams in Grade X, there will be a gradual increase in the percentage of syllabus will be implemented as follows –
(A) Scholastic Area
Term 1 (100 M.M.) Term 2 (100 M.M.)
Periodic Assessment: 20% Half Yearly Exam : 80% Periodic Assessment: 20% Final Exam : 80%
  • Periodic Test (10%) – Better of 2 (UT – 1 & UT – 2)
  • Notebook Submission (5%)
  • Subject Enrichment Activity (5%)
  • Map or project work in Social Science
  • Practical work & activities in Science
  • Lab Activity in Mathematics
  • Listening & speaking skills activities in Language
Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of Half Yearly Exams
  • Periodic Test (10%) – Better of 2 (UT – 1 & UT – 2)
  • Notebook Submission (5%)
  • Subject Enrichment Activity (5%)
  • Map or project work in Social Science
  • Practical work & activities in Science
  • Lab Activity in Mathematics
  • Listening & speaking skills activities in Language
Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus coverage as below –
  •  Class Ⅵ : 10% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of nd term
  • Class Ⅶ : 20% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of nd term
  • Class Ⅷ : 30% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of nd term
(B) Co – Scholastic Area
For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities and discipline will be graded on a 3-point grading scale (A = Outstanding, B = Very good and C = Fair). Regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork be the generic criteria for grading the co-scholastic activities. Promotion is granted on the basis of uniform system of assessment and examination prescribed by the CBSE.

Class IX

The examination pattern for Grade IX from the academic year 2017-18 onwards has been redesigned as per the revised assessment structure of CBSE for Grade Ⅹ. This would prepare students to cover the whole syllabus of the academic year and face the challenge of Grade Ⅹ Board examination, and would, thus ensure the ‘quality of education’. It is further bifurcated into two types of assessments:
(A) Scholastic Area
Total : 100 Marks
Final Examination : 80 Marks Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
  • School will conduct Grade Ⅸ Final Examinations for 80 Marks in each subject covering 100% of the syllabus of the subject of Grade Ⅸ only
  • Marks & grades both will be awarded for individual subjects
Periodic Test : 10 Marks Notebook Submission : 5 Marks Subject Enrichment Activity : 5 Marks
  • Periodic Test – 1 (10%) : Better of UT – 1 & UT – 2
  • Periodic Test – 2 (10%) : Half Yearly Exam
  • Periodic Test – 3 (10%) : Unit Test – 3
This will cover :
  • Regularity
  • Assignment Completion
  • Neatness & upkeep of notebook
  • Speaking & listening skills in Language
  • Lab : Practical work in Science
  • Lab : Practical work in Mathematics
  • Map & project work in Social Science
(B) Co – Scholastic Area
For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities & discipline (attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values) are graded on a 5-point grading scale A to E. No up scaling of grades will be done. Regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork will be the generic criteria for grading the co-scholastic activities. CBSE norms are followed for promotion to grade Ⅹ.

Class X

Examination from the academic year 2017-18 onwards has been conducted as per the re-modelled assessment structure given by CBSE as explained below:-
(A) Scholastic Area
Total : 100 Marks
Final Examination : 80 Marks Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
  • Board will conduct Grade Ⅹ – Examinations for 80 Marks in each subject covering 100% of the syllabus of the subject of Grade Ⅹ only
  • Marks & grades both will be awarded for individual subjects
Periodic Test : 10 Marks Notebook Submission : 5 Marks Subject Enrichment Activity : 5 Marks
  • Periodic Test – 1 (10%) : Better of UT – 1 & UT – 2
  • Periodic Test – 2 (10%) : Half Yearly Exam
  • Periodic Test – 3 (10%) : Unit Test – 3
This will cover :
  • Regularity
  • Assignment Completion
  • Neatness & upkeep of notebook
  • Speaking & listening skills in Language
  • Lab : Practical work in Science
  • Lab : Practical work in Mathematics
  • Map & project work in Social Science
(B) Co – Scholastic Area
For the holistic development of the student, co – curricular activities & discipline (attendance, sincerity, behaviour, and values) will be graded on a 5 – point grading scale A to E. No up scaling of grades will be done. Regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork will be the generic criteria for grading the co – scholastic activities. CBSE norms are followed for promotion to grade Ⅺ. Besides the above, Two exams are conducted for practice:
  • Pre – Board – 1 Examination in December
  • Pre – Board – 2 Examination in January

Class Ⅺ

Examination system is divided into two semesters –
  1. First semester consists of one cycle of Unit Test and Half Yearly Examination in September.
  2. Second semester consists of two cycles of Unit Test and Final Examination in March.
A weightage of 25% is assigned to the Unit Test and 75% to the Half Yearly & Annual Examination for generating the Semester report. Promotion is based on the consolidated result of the two semesters:
  • 30% of the Semester I Exams
  • 70% of the Semester II Exams
Every student has to clear theory and practical separately as per CBSE norms. Final Examination is based upon the entire syllabus.

Class Ⅻ

Examination system is divided into two semesters:
  1. First semester consists of two cycles of Unit tests and Half Yearly Examination in September.
  2. Second semester consists of one cycle of weekly test and two examinations :
    • Pre – Board – 1 Examination in December
    • Pre – Board – 2 Examination in January
CBSE norms are followed for promotion to higher class.