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Examination scheme

Uniform System of Assessment from Academic year 2017-2018

The uniformity  in the System of Assessment and Examination  For Class  IX And  X in all CBSE    affiliated  School has been implemented  on  the Restoration of Board Examination  For Class X From Academic  year 2017-18 onwards.
As per the new pattern, students will be assessed in two areas - Scholastic and Co-scholastic.
For assessment of the scholastic areas, the academic year is divided in two terms and two types of tests will be conducted to assess the academic subjects as given in Table  below.

Scholastic Area

The Assessment Structure and Examination For Class VI have been prepared comprises of Two Terms i.e.  Term -1 and Term-2.

Term-I 

Subject.            Term-1 (1st half of the Session ) , 100 marks                                                  20 marks  periodic Assessment+ 80  marks For Half  Yearly Exam 
Language-1  1. Periodic  Assessment  - 20 marks  Half yearly Exam- 80 marks
Language-2 Periodic  Test  10 marks  Written Exams For 80 marks  With Syllabus Covered  till announcement Of half yearly Exam Date by School
Language-3  With Syllabus covered till  announcement  of Test Date By School
Mathematics  2. Notebook Submission  5 marks  at Term –end
Science 3. Sub Enrichment 5 marks  at Term – End
Social Science  
Any Other Subject  

 Term-II

Subject.            Term-2 (100 marks )(2nd half of the Session )                                                     20 marks  periodic Assessment+ 80 marks  For Half  Yearly Exam 
Language-1  Periodic  Assessment  - 20 marks Year End Exam- 80 marks
Language-2 1. Periodic  Test  10 Marks  Written Exams For 80 marks  With Syllabus Coverage Blow:
Language-3 With Covered  Syllabus till  announcement  of Test Date By School Class VIII -                                  30% of  1st Term  Covering  Significant Topic +Entire Syllabus Of 2nd Term
Mathematics  2. Notebook Submission  5 marks  at Term – end
Science 3. Sub Enrichment 5 marks  at Term – End
Social Science  
Any Other Subject  

Co -Scholastic Area

Co Curricular   Activities  in the following Areas be carried   out in CBSE  Affiliated  School and will Be  Graded  term-Wise  on a 3- point  grading Scale
A Outstanding,
B= Very  Good  
C = Fail
Aspect  of Regularity ,Sincere  Participation, Output  and  Teamwork  be the generic criteria  for Grading 

Grading

 All assessment with regard to the academic status of the students shall be done in marks and overall assessment will be given in grades in 7 point scale for middle school (classes VI to VIII) . The report cards will carry the grades only.The performance of the students in the Elemantry classes will also be shown in GRADES (7 point scale) . The grades will be given on the basis of performance of the students in all the 6 assessment. The new grading system is given below;
The grade of the child can be computed in the achievement card based on the percentage of presence of behaviour indicator in the above category of percentiles. Besides certain remarks can be made in scholastic and co-scholastic areas as well as the achievement level of the child.

Grading Scale For Scholastic Areas

                                           91-100 A1
                                            81-90 A2
                                            71-80 B1
                                            61-70 B2
                                            51-60 C1
                                            41-50 C2
                                            33-40 D
                                       32 & below E-(Needs improvement )
 

No Detection policy Scrapped

The Union Cabinet has approved the scrapping of the no-detention policy in schools till Class VIII. An enabling provision will be made in the Right of Children for Free and Compulsory Education Amendment Bill, which will allow states to hold back students in class V and class VIII if they fail in the year-end examination.
However, the students will get a second chance to take another exam and pass. 

NOTE: The information taken from Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) at cbse.nic.in, is represented here in a user-friendly way for convenience of students. User must refer CBSE for current status of information.