Grading

As per CBSE Guidelines


The examination from academic year 2018-19 and onwards would be conducted as per the Remodelled Assessment Structure explained below.

1. Scholastic Area


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.

2. Co-scholastic Activities


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

3. Discipline


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.