CCE / EXAMINATIONS / EVALUATION

As the traditional method was perceived to be quite stressful, CBSE has come out with a noble and holistic pattern of evaluation system named as Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for classes pre-school to X which gives more pace to creativity and reduces the burden of rote learning. An academic year has been divided into two terms. The first term will be from April to September and the second term from October to March. The CCE scheme for classes Pre-school to X includes assessment of students in scholastic and co-scholastic aspects of pupil's growth.

PRE-SCHOOL TO V

The academic session has been divided into terms.

 I Term

April to September, 2016

 II Term 

October to March, 2016


The evaluation of the students will be done throughout the year in the classroom by the concerned subject teachers. However, to ensure smooth academic progress the formal evaluation of the students of the classes III to V will be done on Mondays through C.C.E. conducted in pre-assigned subjects as per schedule given on the website and Summative Assessment will be conducted twice in the academic session.

At the end of each term, the Personality Profile for the students of classes Pre-school and Pre-Primary and the Achievement Record for classes I to V will be made available to the parents to acquaint them with the progress of their ward on the Open Day.  Only grades ( as mentioned below) will be awarded and no marks will be indicated in their Achievement report

GRADE 

A*

Outstanding

A

Excellent

B

Very Good

C

Good

D

Average

 

PART 1 - SCHOLASTIC AREA:  Academic Performance (FOR CLASSES VI to IX)

EVALUATION:

a) Formative Assessment: In each term there will be two formative assessments in the form of pen and paper written exam quizzes, conversation, interviews, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practicals and assignments.

b) Summative Assessment: It will be in the form of Pen-Paper test at the end of each term under End Term Summative Assessment. 

CLICK HERE TO SEE  "The weightage for Formative Assessment (FA)and Summative Assessment (SA)" 

PART 2 - Co-Scholastic Area (For classes VI —VIII)

Part 2 consists of co-scholastic areas where students are assessed in four parts-2 (A,B,C,D).

These are to be filled in after a period of observation over the year by the class teacher in consultation with subject teachers on the basis of 5 point grading scale once in a session.

Part 2 (A) —Life Skills

Self Awareness, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Interpersonal Relationships, Effective Communication, Empathy, Managing Emotions, Dealing with Stress

Part 2 (B) —Work Education


Part 2 (C) - Visual and Performing Arts (VPA)


Part 2 (D) - Attitudes & Values

Attitude towards —Teachers, School-mates, School Programs and Environment & Value Systems.


PART 3(A) - Co-Scholastic Activities (Any two to be assessed)
 

1. Literary & Creative Skills (LCS)
Debate, Declamation, Creative Writing, Recitation, Poster Making,  Slogan Writing, Theatre etc.
2. Scientific Skills  :  Science Club
3. Organizational & Leadership Skill(OLS):
Eco Club, Health and Wellness Club,  Disaster management Club, Heritage Club and Money Management Club
4.  Information  and Communication Technology (ICT) 


PART 3(B) - Health and Physical Education ( Two will be assessed)

Sports/Indigenous Sports(football, basketball, hand-ball, cricket, badminton, volleyball, table-tennis, skating, athletics, kho-kho, lawn-tennis, taekwondo, karate), NCC, Boy Scout, Girl Guide.
Part 2 - Co-Scholastic Area (For class IX):


Part 2(A):

Thinking Skills: Self Awareness, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Critical Thinking & Creative Thinking

Social Skills: Interpersonal Relationships, Effective Communication & Empathy

Emotional Skills: Managing emotions & dealing with stress

Part 2(B):

Work Education

Part 2(C)

Visual and Performing Arts 
Part 2 (D) Attitude and Values

Attitutes  towards teachers
Attitutes  towards School - Mates
Attitutes  towards School Programmes and Enviornment
Value System


PART 3(A) - Co-Scholastic Activities (Two will be assessed)  

1. Literary & Creative Skills(LCS):
    LC Club - Debate, Declamation, Creative Writing , Recitation , Drawing, Poster making, Slogan Writing, Theatre.
2.Scientific Skills:
   a) Science Club
   b) Maths Club
3. Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
4. Organizational & Leadership Skills (OLS):
   a) Disaster Management Club
   b) First Aid Club
   c) Interact Club
   d) Heritage Club
   e) Money Management Club

PART 3(B)- Co-Scholastic Areas: (Give option for any one out of below given)

Sports/Indigenous Sports(football, basketball, hand-ball, cricket, badminton, volleyball, table-tennis, skating, athletics, kho-kho, lawn-tennis, taekwondo, karate).3(B)2 Gardening and shramadan


GRADING SCALE FOR CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS(CLASSES:VI- IX)

Co-Scholastic Assessments will be done once in a session on 5 Point scale given below

Grade

Grade Points

A
B
C
D
E

4.1 - 5.0
3.1 - 4.0
2.1 - 3.0
1.1 - 2.0
0 - 1.0

 

Note : Minimum qualifying grades in Co-Scholastic Domain is grade 'D'. 

CLASS X

SCHOLASTIC AREA

PART 1(A): Academic Performance

EVALUATION:

a)Formative Assessment : In each term there will be two formative assessments in the form of pen and paper written exam quizzes, conversation, interviews, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practicals and assignments.  

b)Summative Assessment: It will be in the form of Pen-Paper test at the end of each term under End Term Summative Assessment. Date-sheet for S.A(1 & 2). is given on school Website.

CLICK HERE  TO SEE  "The weightage for Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA)"


Part 1(B)

Work Experience/Art Education/Physical & Health Education/Games


Evaluation: Five Point Grading (A+, A, B+, B ,C)


CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES


Part 2(A) 

Life Skills:  It consists of Thinking Skills (Creative and Critical thinking, Problem Solving, Decision Making,Self Awareness)


Social Skills (Interpersonal, Communication, Empathy)


Emotional Skills (Coping with Stress and Emotions)


Evaluation: Five Point Grading (A+, A, B+, B , C)


Part 2(B)


Attitudes & Values: It consists of attitude towards Teachers, Schoolmates, School Programmes and Environment.


Evaluation: Three Point Grading (A+, A, B)


Part 3(A)

Literary and Creative skills (Debate, Declamation , creative writing, recitation, drawing, poster making, slogan writing, on the spot painting, theatre), Scientific Skills(Science Club, Projects, Maths club, , Science Quiz, Science Exhibition, Olympiads, Aesthetic skills & Performing Arts (Music, Vocal & instrumental, dance, drama, craft, sculpture, puppetry, Folk Art forms etc.) & Clubs(Interact, Science, Maths, Eco, Health & Wellness).

Evaluation: Any two of the above activities to be assessed on Three Point Grading (A+, A,B)


Part 3(B)


Health & Physical Education: Sports (football, basketball, handball, cricket, badminton, volley Ball, Table Tennis, Skating, Athletics, Kho-Kho, Lawn Tennis, Taekwondo, Karate), NCC and First Aid .


Evaluation:Any two of these on 3 Point Grading Scale (A+, A, B) will be assessed.


GRADING SCALE FOR SCHOLASTIC AREA (CLASSES VI to X)

Assessment of Scholastic attainments under Part 1 will be reported twice in a year on the basis of below given Nine Point Grading System.

Marks Range

Grade 

Grade Point

91-100

A1

10.0

81-90

A2

9.0

71-80

B1

8.0

61-70

B2

 7.0

51-60

C1

6.0

41-50

C2

5.0

33-40

D

4.0

21-32

E1

3.0

00-20

E2

2.0


Note: Minimum qualifying grade in all subjects under scholastic domain is grade D


FOR CLASS XI & XII

On every Monday, Tests are conducted in pre-assigned subjects. These tests are compulsory for all students of classes XI & XII.  Absence on any ground is not condoned. However, concession of one test per subject is allowed to all the students during the year. A fine of 100/- per test/ Examination will be charged from a student of class XII for absenting from any test/Examination besides concession. Monday Test Schedule for classes XI & XII is given on school Website.


For Classes XI & XII there are two examinations in an academic year, Half yearly and Annual Examination. These examinations are conducted in the month of September and February/March respectively. For class XII a Pre-Board Examination is held in the month of January, i.e. before the Board Examination. In addition to the subjects in the courses of study the school also conducts examination in P.H.E. & Work Experience for classes XI & XII.

 

 

 


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