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Class IX to XII

Class IX to XII

PATTERN OF EXAMINATION

  1. Periodic One
  2. Half Yearly Examination
  3. Periodic Two
  4. Final Examination

It is mandatory to take ALS (Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills) in English and Hindi. The overall assessment of a student constitutes both scholastic and co-scholastic areas. The scholastic grading shall be on the basis of 8 points grading scale.

WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS:

TERM IWeightage TERM IIWeightage
Periodic One + Half Yarly10%Periodic Two + Final Term10%
Multiple Assessment (Quiz, Debate, Role Play,
Viva, Group Discussion, Concept Maps, etc.)
5%Multiple Assessment (Quiz, Debate, Role Play,
Viva, Group Discussion, Concept Maps, etc.)
5%
Assignments, Submissions & Note book work5%Assignments, Submissions & Note book work5%
Half Yarly Examination80%Final Term Examination80%

 The student will be assessed in co-scholastic areas on the following parameters:

  1. Work Education (Skill-based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the community).
  2. Art Education (Visual and Performing Arts).
  3. Health and Physical Education (Sports /Martial Arts/Yoga, etc).
  4. Discipline (Attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values, turnout, respect for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation, and others).

The Co scholastic areas shall be graded as per 3 point grading scale. 

EXAM DATES FOR GRADE 9

TEST DATES
01Baseline Assessment10th and 11th April,2023
02Periodic One15th July to 21rd July 2023
03TERM ONE EXAM16TH Sep to 29th Sep ,2023
04Periodic Two28th Nov to 4th Dec,2023
05TERM TWO EXAM19th Feb to 28nd Feb,2023
NEW ACADEMIC SESSION WILL BEGIN MARCH 1st, 2023

CLASS X

PATTERN OF EXAMINATION

  1.  Periodic Assessment One
  2. Half Yearly Examination
  3. Pre Board I Examination
  4. Pre Board II Examination

The Evaluation pattern shall be followed as per the latest CBSE guidelines. It is mandatory to take ALS (Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills) in English & Hindi. All projects and practical files of different subjects are to be submitted by defined dates.

WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS:

Internal AssessmentPeriodic Tests One 5%
Multiple Assessment (ASSET,Quiz, Debate, Role Play, Viva,
Group Discussion, Concept Maps etc.)
5%
Notebook Submission & Portfolio5%
Subject Enrichment Activities (Practicals & Art Integrated Projects)5%
Board Examination80%

 The student will also be assessed in co-scholastic areas on the following parameters:

  1. Work Education (Skill-based activities).
  2. Art Education (Visual and Performing Arts).
  3. Health and Physical Education (Sports / Martial Arts/ Yoga, etc.).
  4. Discipline (Attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values, turnout, respect for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation, and others).

The co-scholastic areas shall be graded as per a 3-point grading scale  

Grade Remark
AOUTSTANDING
BVERY GOOD
CFAIR

CLASS XI

PATTERN OF EXAMINATION

  1.  Periodic One
  2. Half Yearly Examination
  3. Periodic Two
  4. Final Examination

The Evaluation pattern is strictly as per the latest CBSE guidelines. It is must for all the students to take ALS (Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills) in English. The projects and practical files of different subjects are to be submitted in time. The students of Class XI will be assessed on the entire syllabus of the Academic year.
The Weightage of different examinations for cumulative results is as follows

  1. Periodic I & II 20%
  2. Half Yearly Examination 30%
  3. Final Examination 30%

DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS IN FINAL EXAMINATION FOR CLASS XI

Subject CategoriesSubject(s) Theory WeightageIA/Project/Practical/
ALSWeightage
Subjects with Internal Assessment/Practical of 20 marks1. Mathematics
2. Applied Mathematics
8020
Subjects with Practical of 30 marks1. Physics
2. Chemistry
3. Biology
4. Informatics Practices
5. Physical Education
7030
Subjects with Practical of 70 marks1. Painting
2. Hindustani Vocal Music
3070
Subjects with Project Work of 20 marks1. Economics
2. Business Studies
3. Accountancy
4. History
5. Political Science
8020
Subjects with Assessment of Listening & Speaking Skills1. English
2. Hindi
8020
  1. ALS – Assessment in Listening and Speaking Skills
  2. IA- Internal Assessment

CLASS XII

EACH OF THE STUDENTS HAS TO APPEAR IN FOLLOWING EXAMS

  1. Periodic One
  2. Half Yearly Examination
  3. Pre Board- I Examination
  4. Pre Board- II Examination

 The Evaluation pattern shall be followed as per the latest CBSE guidelines.
It is mandatory to take ALS (Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills) in English
All projects and practical files on different subjects are to be submitted by defined dates.

POLICY REGARDING ABSENTEES IN ANY EXAMINATION

  • Appearing in Periodic One, Half Yearly Examination and Pre Board I & II Examination is mandatory.
  • No examination will be conducted either before or after the scheduled date and time.
  • Exam dates are decided in advance.
  • If a student has not appeared in an examination, she/he will be marked absent and will be awarded a ZERO.
  • 75% Attendance is a must for a student to appear for Board Examination.
  • The school sends a report of attendance to CBSE in the first week of February and in case a student falls short of the mandatory attendance, then he/she will not be eligible to appear in the Board examination.

PROMOTION POLICY

  • No overall grading shall be calculated.
  • A student needs to secure 33% in each subject in the final examination as well as in cumulative score, in order to be promoted to the next class.
  • If a student fails to secure the same in only one subject in the Final Examination he/she will be eligible for a compartment examination.
  • If a student fails to secure 33% in two or more subjects in the Final examination, the student will have to repeat the class.
  • The student will have to secure 33% in a subject in the compartment exam to be promoted to the next higher class.
  • The syllabus of the compartment examination in a subject will be the same as that in Final Examination.
  • There is only ONE ATTEMPT for qualifying for the Compartment Exam.
  • Unfair Means: Students found using any unfair means during any of the examinations, will be awarded zero in that subject.