Examination & Promotion
For Classes VI to X ( Examination Specifications )
- • The academic sessions shall be divided into 2 terms.
- • Each term will have 2 Formative Assessments (FA) and 1 Summative Assessment(SA).
- • The total weightage assigned to Four Formative Assessment is 40%
- • The total weightage assigned to Two Summative Assessment (SA1 & SA2) is 60%
- • The weightage given to these Assessments in the Annual Report is as follows:
- • The Annual Grades are awarded on a Nine Point Scale (Absolute) as given below:
|FA1||10% FA2||10% SA1||30%|
|FA3||10% FA4||10% SA2||30%|
For Class XI and XII ( Examination Specifications )
Each academic session begins in the month of April. Two rounds of Unit Tests are conducted through the year. The first round is completed before the Mid-Year Terminal (Half-Yearly) Examinations, which is in September, and the second round between October and February. The Annual Examinations are conducted at the end of the session in March. The weight age, in the Annual Report, of the tests and examinations conducted during the year, is as follows:
|Unit Test 1 – 10%||Unit Test 2 – 10%|
|Half Yearly Examination – 30%||Annual Examination – 50%|
The final report card shows grades.
The annual grading system is on a 9 point scale as follows-
External Examination System
For class XII, the CBSE conducts a Nationwide examination in the month of March, called the All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (AISSCE). The final grades are shown in the same 9 point grading as given above as well as in percentages. The result is declared in May/June.
Examination Guidelines for the Students
Students are expected to report on time on the day of examination, preferably 30 minutes before the formal commencement of the examination. Student must wear appropriate school uniform. They are expected not to speak to any other student inside the examination room. They should not carry any objectionable item inside the examination room like any book, note copy, piece of paper containing notes, calculator, mobile, smart-watch, etc. The school will cancel examination of a student and award 0 (ZERO) mark, if found with the above mentioned objectionable items or using unfair means during examination.
The qualifying marks in each subject are 33% for all classes.
- For IX to XII: As par the CBSE Guidelines.
- For VI to VIII: There is no detention.