Examination Scheme

 Examination Scheme 2018-2019 for classes Nursery, L.K.G & U.K.G

Examination Time Schedule Marks
Half Yearly Exam Sept./Oct. 50 Marks
Annual Exam Feb./March 50 Marks

Examination Scheme 2018-2019 for classes I to V

Type of Assessment Weight age of Marks Total Marks Time Schedule Percentages of Pass
Quarterly Exam 30 Marks 30 Marks  End of July 33% of the Total Marks
Half Yearly Exam (Written) 65 Marks 70 Marks Oct. / Nov.
Note Book Assessment – 1 05 Marks Oct. / Nov.
Projects/ Assessment in all Major Subjects 05 Marks 100 Marks January
Note Book Assessment – 2 05 Marks February
Annual Exam (Written) 90 Marks Feb. / March
Total Marks 200 Marks

The Syllabus:-

  • Quarterly Exam : Quarterly Portion Only
  • Half Yearly Exam : Half Yearly Portion Only
  • Annual Exam : Final Portion Only

Examination Scheme 2018-2019 for classes VI to VIII

Term Type of Assessment Weight age of Marks Time Schedule Percentages of Pass
Term – I

(For 100 Marks)

Quarterly Exam

(Periodic Test- I)

30 Marks

(Converted to 10)

End of July 33% of the Total Marks

in each term separately.

Note Book Assessment – I 5 Marks Oct./Nov.
Subject Enrichment – I 5 Marks
Half Yearly Exam (Written) 80 Marks
Term – II

(For 100 Marks)

Pre-Annual

(Periodic Test- II)

30 Marks

(Converted to 10)

January 33% of the Total Marks

in each term separately.

Note Book Assessment – II 5 Marks February
Subject Enrichment – II 5 Marks January
Annual Exam (Written) 80 Marks Feb./March
Total Marks 200 Marks

The Syllabus:-

  • Quarterly Exam : Quarterly Syllabus
  • Half Yearly Exam : Quarterly & Half Yearly Syllabus
  • Pre-Annual Exam : Syllabus covered after Half Yearly till the Pre-Annual Exam
  • Annual Exam : Syllabus covered after Half Yearly till the Annual Exam + 10% of Term-I syllabus for class VI, 20% of Term-I syllabus for class VII, 30% of Term-I syllabus for class VIII

Examination Scheme 2018-2019 for classes IX & X

Type of Assessment Weight age of Marks Time Schedule Syllabus Percentage of Weight age
Quarterly Exam

(Periodic Test – I)

50 Marks

(Converted 5)

End of July Quarterly Syllabus Average of Best of Two

Written Assessments

(Periodic Tests)

(10 Marks)

Half Yearly Exam

(Periodic Test – II)

50 Marks

(Converted 5)

Oct./Nov. Quarterly &

Half Yearly Syllabus

Pre-Annual Exam fro IX

(Periodic Test – III)

50 Marks

(Converted 5)

January Portion done after

Half Yearly upto Pre-Annual

Pre-Board Exam fro X

(Periodic Test – III)

80 Marks

(Converted 5)

January Complete Syllabus
Note Book Assessment – I 2½ Marks Oct./Nov. Half Yearly Syllabus
Note Book Assessment – II 2½ Marks February Final Syllabus
Subject Enrichment 05 Marks January Complete Syllabus 5
Total=20 (Written 10 + Other Internal Assessments 10) 20 Marks
Annual Exam for IX & Board Exam for X 80 Marks Feb./March Complete Syllabus 80

 

    1. The presence of the student at these Examinations is very important. If a student is unable to be present for health reasons, he must submit a medical certificate failing which he would be considered present as far as the tabulation of marks is concerned.
    2. If a student is prevented by illness from appearing for an examination, he will not be given another examination. His promotion will be decided on the strength of his performance at other examinations.
    3. The minimum marks required for passing in each subject and the aggregate shall be 33%.
    4. The Principal reserves the right to debar a student from appearing at the Final Examination.
    5. No pupil will be permitted to appear for any examination unless all dues have been remitted. These dues must be paid before the commencement of the examination.
    6. Absence from one or more subjects involves the loss of grades for those subjects and excludes the students from being reckoned in the order of merit in the examination.
    7. For sufficient reasons, such as unsatisfactory progress in studies, insufficient attendance, serious misconduct etc., a pupil may be debarred from an examination.
    8. 75% attendance for students of all classes is compulsory to enable a student to sit for an Examination.
    9. Willful breach of any of the regulations for the conduct of the examination is punishable with expulsion from the examination room or if discovered subsequently, cancellation of the paper. In all cases, the decision of the Principal shall be final.
    10. Promotion will be granted on the basis of the whole year’s work. The general criterion is that whether a student has grasped the subject matter sufficiently well to follow the subject in the higher class easily or not. The decision of the Principal in these matters is final and uncontestable.
    11. A pupil who fails and is found to be overage for his class may also be asked to leave the school.
    12. A pupil appearing at any of the Board Examinations and failing to make the grade may be asked to leave the school and no second chance may be granted.
    13. Results once declared are final. Answer copies of the Annual Examination will not be shown to parents.
    14. Scrutiny of results will be done on payment of Rs. 100/- per subject. This sum should be paid along with an application.
    15. Time limit for application of scrutiny of results in 48 hours from the time of the declaration of the results, after which no request will be entertained. The answer papers will not be scrutinized before the student, parent or any representative.