The examination from academic year 2018-19 and onwards would be conducted as per the Remodelled Assessment Structure explained below.
In all scholastic subjects, Assessment will be done in two parts- Board examination and Internal Assessment.
Annual / Board Examination- Student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject. Marks and grades will be awarded for individual subjects. 9-Point grading will be same followed by the board in class XII.
Internal Assessment – Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject.
I. Periodic Test – Apart from Pre-board and Annual Exams of (IX & X), there will be three Periodic (Written ) test in an academic year. Out of these average of the two will be taken for final marks submission
II. For classes VI-VIII, there will be periodic test-I followed with Half yearly & PT- II, followed with Annual Examination.
III. Notebook Submission – This will cover regularity, assignment completion, neatness and upkeep of notebook.
IV. Subject Enrichment Activity – This will cover speaking and listening skills in Languages, Practical Lab work in Science, Maths Lab work and Map work and project work in Social Science.
Following activities will be graded on a 5-point grading scale ( A to E ) :
I. Work education or prevocational education (clubs )
II. Art education
III. Health and physical education
Class Teacher will be grading the student on a 3 point scale ( A to C ).
NO UPSCALING WILL BE DONE IN SCHOLASTIC AREAS ON THE BASIS OF GRADES OBTAINED IN CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS. IT IS MANDATORY TO PASS SEPARATELY IN BOARD / ANNUAL EXAMINATION AND INTERNAL ASSESSMENT AS PER CBSE GUIDELINES.
Final result will be a cumulative one (2 unit tests + Half Yearly Exam + Annual Exam)
Pass percentage in subject – 33% in theory as well as in practical.
Students getting less than 33% marks in one subject will be given one chance for improvement exam.
Student getting less than 33% marks in more than one subject will not be promoted to next class irrespective of the aggregate.
Students having less than 75% attendance (Class IX to XII) may be barred from taking Annual Exams.
Students having less than 80% attendance (Class I to VIII) may be barred from taking Annual Exams.