Transfer Certificate
MANDATORY PUBLIC DISCLOSURE

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E & P

EVALUATION AND PROMOTIONS


There is no formal examination for the classes K.G. I and II. For KG classes the progress made by the child which is assessed from time to time is sent to the parents in the form of assessment card in October and March.

For classes I-II in all seven assessments and Annual Exam are done in all the subjects and the report is sent to the parents on quarterly basis. An evaluation of the development of different facets of child's personality is made by teachers continuously and report is sent to the parents for this too.

For classes III-VIII there are 2 types of assessments, i.e., Internal Assessment and Annual Exam. Internal Assessment comprises 3 periodic tests, Multiple Assessment (observation, oral tests, individual or group work, class discussion, field-work, concept maps, graphic organizers, visual representation etc.), Portfolio and Subject Enrichment activities. Out of 3 periodic tests, best 2 are taken for consideration and given weightage 5, Multiple Assessment 5, Portfolio 5 and Subject Enrichment 5 and Annual Exam 80. The grades are provided on 3 point scale (A-C) for co-curricular areas, i.e, Work Education, Art Education, Health & Physical Education and Discipline.

For classes III to VIII the promotions are made as directed by RTE Act.

(*As per RTE Amendment Act 2019, there shall be a regular examination in the fifth class and in the eighth class at the end of every academic year and if a child fails, he shall be given additional instruction and granted opportunity for re-examination within a period of two months from the date of declaration of the result. The school may hold back a child in the fifth class or in the eighth class or in both classes, if he fails in the reexamination.)

For classes IX to XII the promotions are made as directed by CBSE.

For classes IX and X, there are 2 types of assessments, i.e., Internal Assessment and Board/Annual Exam. Internal Assessment comprises 3 periodic tests, Multiple Assessment (observation, oral tests, individual or group work, class discussion, fieldwork, concept maps, graphic organizers, visual representation etc.), Portfolio and Subject Enrichment activities. Out of 3 periodic tests, best 2 are taken for consideration and given weightage 5, Multiple Assessment 5, Portfolio 5 and Subject Enrichment 5 and Annual/Board Exam 80. The grades are provided on 5 point scale (A-E) for cocurricular areas, i.e, Art Education and Health & Physical Education. One has to secure overall 33% marks (both taken together in Internal Assessment as well in Annual/Board Exam) for the promotion.

The students of class XI are promoted to XII on the basis of their performance in the Annual Examination. We follow the promotion rules of the class XII Board Examination.