Scheme Of Examination
Classes VI - X
  1. The year is divided into two terms. Each term consists of two Formative Assessments and one Summative assessment. These are FA1, FA2, SA1, FA3, FA4 and SA2.
  2. The school conducts the assessment which are mandatory for all the students. For classes VI-X FA's are conducted in the month of May, August, December and January/February. SA's are conducted in the month of September and March.
  3. Internal assessments are also conducted as a part of Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation.
  4. While calculating the final result weightage is given to each assessment.

Weightage for Classes VI - X
I Term- FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + SA1 (30%) =50%
II Term- FA3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) + SA2 (30%) =50%

PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS IX
  • Those Students who get total grade points in co-scholastic areas/ activities in the range 53-65 may benefit by getting upgraded to the next higher grade in two subjects in scholastic areas.
  • Those students who get total grade points in the range 40-52, may benefit by getting upgraded to the next higher grade in one subject in scholastic area.
  • The upscaling of Grade in Scholastic Areas is applicable in Main Subject only (i.e. Excluding Additional 6th Subject).
  • No Grade should be upscaled twice.
  • No upscaling is done if the Grade obtained in the subject is E2 or A1.
  • Upscaling is done from lowest grade to next higher grade and so on.
  • In case of tie in Grades in two or more subjects (i.e. if Grades obtained are same), the upscaling be done in following order :
    1. Higher marks obtained in the subject be preferred
    2. In case of tie in marks, higher marks obtained in Summative Assessments (SA1+SA2)
    3. In case of tie in Summative Assessments marks, higher marks obtained in Formative Assessments (FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4)
  • Benefit shall be given to the students who win I/II positions/prizes in competitions held at state level and/or participation in competitions held at national/international level organised by a body recognized by the state/central Government/CBSE. Any competition organised by such agencies related to the co-scholastic areas/ activities included in the Board’s CCE card may be considered for giving this benefit. Those students who qualify under this provision will benefit by getting their grade up-scaled to the next higher grade in two subjects provided this benefit has not been given to the student under the aforesaid grade point scheme.
  • It is mandatory for all the students to secure 25 or above marks in Summative Assessment.
  • If a student fails to obtain qualifying grade D in one or more subjects, even after adding grade points from co-scholastic areas and after availing one improvement chance he/she will be required to repeat the same class during next academic year.
PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS XI
Every student is required to secure 33% marks or above in all the subjects studied for the purpose of promotion to the next class.
As far as overall assessment of as student for the purpose of promotion to next class is concerned, the following points should be kept in mind and adhered to:
I. General
In order to declare pass, a student must secure 33% marks in each of the subject studied by her to the condition that:
1. The student should secure 33% in each of the following subjects
For Science Stream:
  • Subject 1: English (Core)
  • Subject 2: Physics
  • Subject 3: Chemistry
  • Subject 4: Biology / Mathematics
  • Subject 5: Computer Science (C++) / Physical Education
  • Subject 6: Vocal Music / Painting
For Commerce Stream:
  • Subject 1: English (Core)
  • Subject 2: Accountancy
  • Subject 3: Business Studies
  • Subject 4: Economics
  • Subject 5: Mathematics / Physical Education
  • Subject 6: Vocal Music / Painting

2. Percentage of marks is calculated in English (Core) + Subjects 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (any best four subjects).
3. Students must secure 33% marks separately in Theory and Practical portion in Cummulative Result.
4. The promotion is also subject to the condition that a minimum of 25% marks should be secured in Annual Exam in English + Best four subjects.
FIRST TERM
Term Type of Assessment Weightage in Academic Session Term wise weight-age Total
First Term April - September Unit Test 1 25 UT 1 + UT 2 = 10% 100
Unit Test 2 25
Half Yearly Exam 100 30%
Second Term October - March Unit Test 3 25 UT 3 + UT 4 = 10%
Unit Test 4 25
Annual Exam 100 50%

II) Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills for class XI:
20% weightage has been allocated to assessment of speaking and listening skills. 20 marks will be added in the written paper of 80 marks of English to make it 100 marks for the final Examination.

III) Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) for class XI:
It will be applicable to Economics and Biology only. This will be a part of Annual Examination only. The school will supply with textual material in the form of an article, a case study, a diagram, a concept / mind map, a picture or a cartoon, problem / situation based on the concepts taught to the student during the session.
It will be to the extent of 15 – 20 percent in the subject of Economics and Biology and may also include the Value Based Questions.
The textual material will be related to the chosen concepts taken from the syllabi.
The Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) will have questions of Higher order Thinking Skills and some of which may be subjective, creative and open ended.
The textual material supplied earlier will be printed again as part of the question paper and thus will be available while answering the questions.