Examination & Tests

Classes Lower KG/ Upper KG
There are no tests or examinations in these classes.

Classes I and II
A system of regular grading will be introduced for these classes. These grades are based on a series of assignments in the form of Skill and Knowledge, aural/written work in class. These are tabulated together to give a record of achievement at the end of each term. The aggregate of the two terminal report cards is considered for promotion at the end of the Academic Year. Since all class works are graded test, it is imperative that a student is regular in his / her attendance.

Classes III to IX

Scholastic Area:
The assessment structure and examination for classes III to IX has been prepared comprising of two terms i.e. Term-1 and 2.

Subjects

TERM-I (100 marks)

(1st half of the session)

20 marks Periodic Assessment(PA) + 80 marks for Half Yearly Exam

TERM-2 (100 marks) (2nd half of the session) 20 marks Periodic Assessment(PA) + 80 marks for Yearly Exam

Language -1

Language -2

Language -3 (classes V to VIII)

Mathematics

Science

Social Science

Any other Subjects

 

PA 20 marks

• Periodic Test -10 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of test dates by school.

  • Note Book Submission- 5 marks at term end
  • Subject Enrichment -5 marks at term end

Half Yearly Exam

  • Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of Half Yearly exam dates by school

PA 20 marks

  • Periodic Test

10 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of test dates by school • Note Book submission- 5 marks at term end

 • Subject Enrichment -5 marks at term end

Yearly Exam

Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus coverage as below:

Class VI: 10% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

Class VII: 20% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

Class VIII: 30% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term.

Mathematics
Graded content to help Learning Outcome enumerated:
Develop a connection between daily life contexts and that of mathematical thinking.
Understand shapes and articulate their observable properties as similarities and differences among them.
Develop own methods of performing operations on numbers in daily life (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).
Develop language and symbolic notations with standard algorithms of performing number operations.
Estimate outcome of operations on two or more numbers and use it in daily life activities.
Learn to represent the part of a whole as a fraction and order simple fractions.
Collect, represent and interpret simple data from her/his contexts and use it in everyday life.
Identify and extend simple patterns in shapes and numbers.

Science:
Practical work and activities in Science are undertaken to help Learning Outcome enumerated:
scientific temper and scientific thinking
understanding about the nature of scientific knowledge i.e., testable, unified, parsimonious, amoral, developmental and creative.
process skills of science which includes observation(s), posing question(s), searching various resources of learning, planning
investigations, hypothesis formulation and testing, using various tools for collecting, analysing and interpreting data, supporting
explanations with evidences, critically thinking to consider and evaluate alternative explanations, reflecting on their own thinking.
appreciation for historical aspects of evolution of science.
sensitivity towards environmental concerns.
respect for human dignity and rights, gender equity, values of honesty, integrity, cooperation and concern for life.

Social Science:
Recognises ways in which political, social and economic issues which affect their daily lives across time and space.
Understands about the earth as the habitat of humans and other forms of life.
Becomes familiar with one's own region and realises interdependence of various regions (local to global).
Understands spatial distribution of resources and their conservation.
Understand historical developments in different periods of Indian history.
Comprehends how historians study the past using different types of sources.
Understands historical diversity to relate developments of one place/region with those of another.
Imbibes the values of the Indian Constitution and their significance in everyday life.
Gains a sense of the working of Indian democracy, its institutions and processes at the local, state and union levels.
Becomes familiar with socio-economic role of institutions such as family, market and government.
Recognises the contributions of different sections of society to political, social, cultural, and environmental processes.

Environmental Science:
Acquire awareness about immediate/wider surroundings through lived experiences on various themes related to daily life for example Family, Plants, Animals, Food, Water, Travel, and Shelter etc.
nurture natural curiosity and creativity for the immediate surroundings.
develop various processes/skills e.g. observation, discussion, explanation, experimentation, logical reasoning, through interaction with immediate surroundings.
develop sensitivity for the natural, physical and human resources in the immediate environment.
point out/ raise issues related to equality, justice and respect for human dignity and rights.

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