Evaluation Procedure


The process of evaluation in the school is comprehensive and continuous. It is a developmental process of assessment which emphasizes on two fold objectives. These objectives are continuity in evaluation and assessment of broad based scholastic and co- scholastic outcomes and are carried out in school over two terms. The First term is from April to September and the Second term is from October to March.

Pre-Nursery to Kindergarten

Assessment is carried out using various multiple modes of assessment such as worksheets, oral work, circle time, participation in assemblies/functions and interaction with peer group.

Primary

The yearly assessment is divided into two Summative assessments and four formative assessments.

Syllabus for the assessment is given at the beginning of each month. It also includes the poems (English and Hindi) that are to be taught during the month and the new vocabulary words. The students are judiciously assessed for each Formative assessment through written assignment, at least one activity and oral work in each subject. The report card for the formative assessment only carries the extensive remarks given by the subject teachers, based on the performance of the students during the period of assessment. Students are not exposed to grades or marks to avoid undue stress.

Summative assessment is also continuous and comprehensive with several written, oral and activity based assessments. The report card of the Summative assessment includes grades and remarks given by the subject teachers based on the performance of the students during the term which includes the two Formative assessments and a term end assessment.

The Headmistress keeps the records, in the form of marks, for the various assessment modes. These marks are extrapolated into grades for the term end report cards. Parents are always welcome to know and see their ward's marks which are recorded with the Headmistress.

The grading scale for measuring Scholastic areas is given below :

(Classes Pre-Nursery to II)

Grades

Remarks

A

 Performs exceptionally well 

B

  Is efficient/competent in his/her work 

C

 Works with motivation & guidance 

D

 Needs to work hard in order to come up to the level of the class. 

Classes III to V

Grades

Remarks

A1 Performs brilliantly well and surpasses merit
A2 Performs exceptionally well
B1 Is competent and efficient  in his / her work
B2  Is considerably  efficient  in his / her work
C1 Works independently but needs constant motivation
C2 Always require  hand holding  to complete  his / her work
D Needs to work hard , parent  support  also required

The grading scale  for measuring Co-Scholastic areas  is given below :

(Classes Pre-Nursery -V)

Grades Remarks
A+ Outstanding
A Excellent
B+ Very Good
B Good
Average Satisfactory

Classes VI to X

The assessment covers both scholastic and co-scholastic areas and are carried out in school over two terms.

Classes VI to X follow the CBSE assessment schedule where the yearly assessment is divided into 2 Summative Assessment – SA1 & SA2. Each Summative Assessment includes 2 Formative Assessments- FA1 & FA2 for SA1 and FA3 & FA4 for SA2. Each FA includes 2 activities per subject, 1 pen paper test and internal assessment by teachers.The pen paper test cycle, one for each Formative Assessment, is designed such so as to prepare our students to sit for the rigorous 3 hours Summative Assessment Examination for each subject. Hence, these Pen Paper Tests are of 1 hour each, scheduled on consecutive days.

Summative Assessment is carried out at the end of a course of learning in the form of written examination which consists of objective type, short answer and long answer questions. It is a graded test i.e. it is marked according to a scale or set of grades.

Assessment of Speaking and Listening (ASL) in English is carried out  in both the Summative Assessment for classes  VI to XI. The marks are added  in the result of English theory exam.

Open Test based Assessment (OTBA) is conducted by the CBSE for classes  IX and XI in various subjects under study. Textual material is provided by  the Board and students are assessed  on analytical  questions based  on the text.

First Term: FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + SA1 (30%) = 50%

Second Term: FA3 (10 %) + FA4 (10%) + SA2 (30%) = 50%

Weightage of Syllabus:

VI to VIII: 100% from Term II syllabus and a few important topics from Term I syllabus will be included in SA2.

IX to X: Only Term-II syllabus will be included in SA2 as per the CBSE guidelines

XI: Syllabus of the entire year will be tested in SA 2. Students need to achieve at least 40% marks (overall) in each subject so as to be promoted to the next class.

The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic

achievements for classes VI-X

Grades Marks Range Grade Point
A1 91-100 10.0
A2 81-90 9.0
B1 71-80 8.0
B2 61-70 7.0
C1 51-60 6.0
C2 41-50 5.0
D 33-40 4.0
E1 21-32 -
E2 00.20 -

Co-Scholastic Aspect:

Co-Scholastic areas will consist of Life-Skills, Attitudes and Values, Co-scholastic Activities and Health and Physical Education. Co-Scholastic assessment is based on 5 point grading system. It will be done once in a term.

Grade Point Range Grade Point
A 4.1-5.0 5
B 3.1-4.0 4
C 2.1-3.0 3
D 1.1-2.0 2
E 0.1-1.0 1