Assessment

Scheme of evaluation for pre-school and pre-primary classes

Evaluation of learning is a comprehensive process as it focuses on daily, consistent progress made by the child. This procedure is based on the child’s daily interaction in the class, his/her levels of general awareness, quality of work produced by him/her and internalization of the concepts taught. The approach is not purely academic, but attaches equal importance to participation in co-curricular activities.

Scheme of Evaluation for Classes 1 to 5

Students of classes 1 to 5 are not assessed through examination, but undergo a continuous and comprehensive assessment process throughout the academic year.

Scholastic areas

  •  There are two terms in an academic year.
  • Assessments are carried out on the basis of the syllabus.
  • Evaluation assesses the concepts gained by the child and the areas that need to be further strengthened.
  • Assessment is indicated in grades only.
  • Scholastic areas have a five point grading scale.

GRADING SCALE FOR   CLASSES 1 TO 5 (Scholastic areas)

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

GRADE RANGE (%)
A+ 90-100
A 75-89
B 56-74
C 35-55
D Below 35
 

    

 

 

 

 

Co – scholastic areas

  •  Co-Scholastic areas include personal and social qualities, regularity, self discipline, personal hygiene, team spirit, civic sense and attitude of the student towards teachers, fellow students and school activities like Physical Education, Music, Dance and Art.
  •  A report of the assessment of Co- Scholastic areas including General Knowledge is given at the end of each term. Assessment is indicated in grades.
  •  Co – Scholastic areas have a five point grading scale.

GRADING   SCALE   FOR   CLASSES   1 TO 5 (Co-Scholastic areas)

 

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

A+ Outstanding
A Excellent
B Very Good
C Good
D Scopes for improvement

 

 

 

 

Scheme of Evaluation for Classes 6-10 Scholastic areas

The assessment of Scholastic areas includes subject specific aspects. Assessment is carried out informally and formally using multiple techniques of evaluation continually and comprehensively.

The Scholastic Evaluation includes:-

  •  Formal Assessment (FA): This refers to formal and informal assessments which are carried out during the course of instruction throughout the year. It is a diagnostic and remedial technique of assessment.
  •  Summative Assessment (SA): This refers to the assessment which is carried out at the end of the term. It is a feedback on learning to students, teachers and parents.

Co-scholastic areas

The Assessment of Co-Scholastic areas includes Life skills, Co-Curricular Activities and Values. Assessment is done using multiple techniques on the basis of identified criteria. The desirable behaviour related to the students’ life skills, attitudes, interests, values, Co – curricular activities and physical health are described as skills to be acquired in the co-scholastic domain.

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