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Pre-Primary

Play-way method is essentially child centered & caters to individual needs, interests and abilities .Play is second nature to a child. It serves as a natural way for children to express ideas & feelings as well as to explore and understand the world around them. It also helps to build social relationship among children. It is thus, valuable in supporting the all-round development.

The syllabus has been designed to make the child feel happy, secure & loved so that the process of learning becomes an exciting and enjoyable experience.

  1. No formal test /examination are conducted for Pre-Primary.
  2. Promotion is given on the basis of continuous & comprehensive assessment (CCE) of a child's personality, physical & emotional development , academic performance & participation in school activities.
  3. Regular observations are made by the class teacher/mother teacher& observation reports are handed over to the parents during PTM.

Scale of Evaluation

Grade Remarks
A+ Excellent.
A Very good.
B+ Good.
B Satisfactory.
C Needs Improvement

Primary(Classes I – V):
The curriculum for classes I-V is designed for Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). CCE is an evaluation technique to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessments of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of the learner. This scheme aims at making evaluation an integral part of the teaching learning process. It helps to identify the gaps in learning process and makes it possible to design remedial and enrichment measures specific to each learner.

Evaluation Policy:
The academic session is divided into four terms.
Assessment I – April to July
Assessment II - August to September
Assessment III – October to December
Assessment IV – Jan to March

Evaluation of the students is done on a 6 grade point scale for scholastic area and 4 grade point scale for co-scholastic area.

Special emphasis is laid to enhance reading, writing and conversation skills in both English and Hindi. Various competitions such as Hindi and English Calligraphy, Recitations, Creative Writings and Spell Bee Competitions, Mathematics, Science and General Knowledge Quiz are organized to make the evaluation system more activity oriented.

For Classes I – IV
The students are evaluated on various parameters through oral interaction ,communication skills, projects , activities, daily class performances as well as written test (Cycle Test) throughout the term for all the subjects .Each assessment will include one Cycle test of 30 marks in each subject of 1 hour duration which would be converted out of 10 marks.

For Class V
The students are evaluated on various parameters through oral interaction, communication skills, projects, activities, daily class performances as well as written test (Cycle Test) throughout the term for all the subjects. Each assessment will include one Cycle test. Considering the changes done by CBSE in the examination system for class VI onwards, certain changes have been done for class V. Now Cycle Test I and II will be of 30 marks of 1 hour duration whereas Cycle Test III and IV will be of 50 marks in each subject of 1 hour 30 minutes duration which would be converted out of 10 marks.

Co-scholastic Areas
In line with CCE system, General Knowledge, Environmental Education, Physical Education, skills in Art, Music and Dance, Computers and Reading skills are assessed regularly. In addition, Art and Craft competitions, Music and Dance Competitions, Sports activities are also used as an evaluation tool.

The Life skills depicting the personal traits of a student and discipline are also judged. These consist of qualities such as confidence, obedience, regularity and punctuality, respect towards others and school property, neatness etc

Senior (classes VI – XII):
As per CBSE, there are some changes in the examination system for classes VI to X from academic year 2017-18. The dual scheme of examination (Scheme I & Scheme II) for class X shall remain discontinued from 2017-18 onwards.

Scholastic Area (classes VI – VIII):

  1. The entire year would be divided into two terms i.e. Term I & Term II.
  2. Each term will have internal assessment of 20 marks and written exam of 80 marks.
  3. Each Internal assessment will include one periodic test (10 marks), Notebook Maintenance (5 marks) and Enrichment Activity (5 marks).
  4. Term I (100 marks) Term II (100 marks)
    Periodic Assessment
    (20 marks)
    Half Yearly Exam (80 marks) Periodic Assessment
    (20 marks)
    Yearly Exam (80 marks)
    1. Periodic Test I to be conducted in the month of July for 30 marks in each subject for 1 hour duration - to be converted out of 10 marks – to be conducted individually by the schools associated with IGI. September - As per prescribed syllabus – to be conducted centrally by IGI. 1. Periodic Test II to be conducted in the month of December for 30 marks in each subject for 1 hour duration - to be converted out of 10 marks – to be conducted individually by the schools associated with IGI. March - As per prescribed syllabus – to be conducted centrally by IGI.
    2. Notebook Maintenance -5 marks 2. Notebook Maintenance -5 marks
    3. Enrichment Activities - 5 marks-total 3 activities to be conducted in a term.Average of all 3 would be taken into account. 3. Enrichment Activities - 5 marks-total 3 activities to be conducted in a term. Average of all 3 would be taken into account.

Co-Scholastic Area (classes VI – VIII):

  1. The entire year would be divided into two terms i.e. Term I & Term II.
  2. As per the guideline by C.B.S.E., following co-curricular activities would be conducted:
  3. a. Work Education

    b. Art Education

    c. Health & Physical Education

  4. These activities would be graded in 3-point grading scale (A to C) and will have no descriptive indicators (A=Outstanding, B=very Good, C=Fair).
  5. Also, there will be no up-scaling of grades in scholastic subjects on the basis of Co-scholastic areas.
  6. Discipline significantly impacts character shaping and helps build career. Sincerity, Good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and cooperation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced. Students would be graded for discipline as per 3 points grading scale (A-C)

Scholastic Area (classes IX – X):

  1. According C.B.S.E., students would now be assessed through Internal Assessment (20 marks) & Final/Board examination (80 marks):
  2. a. Internal Assessment (20 marks):

    There will be three periodic tests during one academic session namely Periodic Test I, II & III. Details of these tests are as follows:

    Internal Assessment (20 Marks)
    Students need to secure 33% marks out of overall marks earmarked in each subject
    Periodic Tests (10 marks)
    (Syllabus would be provided time to time)
    Notebook Submission
    (5 marks)
    Subject Enrichment Activity
    (5 marks)
    Test Month Time Duration Total Marks Remarks This will cover regularity, assignment completion, neatness & Upkeep of notebooks. Though, it will be assessed continuously but to be accounted in each periodic cycle and average of best two shall be considered /counted. One activity in each periodic cycle and average of best two shall be taken into account.
    Periodic Test - I July 45 minutes 20 marks To be converted out of 10 marks. Average of best two will be taken into account.
    Periodic Test - II September 90 minutes 40 marks
    Periodic Test - III December 180 minutes 80 marks
    Please note that except for Periodic test-I and Board conducted examination, all tests/examinations would be conducted centralized by IGI.

    b. Annual Examination (Class IX)

    i. Annual Examination for class IX would be conducted in the month of March for 80 marks in each subject.

    ii. Syllabus as prescribed by CBSE.

    iii. Marks & grades both would be awarded in individual subjects by the school.

    c. Board Examination (class X)

    i. Board Examination for class X would be conducted in the month of March for 80 marks in each subject.

    ii. Syllabus as prescribed by CBSE.

    iii. Marks & grades both would be awarded in individual subjects by the board.

Co-Scholastic Area (classes IX – X):

  1. As per C.B.S.E., following co-curricular activities would be conducted:
  2. a. Work Education

    b. Art Education

    c. Health & Physical Education

  3. These activities would be graded in 5-point grading scale as in practice (A to E) and will have no descriptive indicators
  4. There will be no up-scaling of grades in the scholastic subjects on the basis of Co-scholastic areas.
  5. Discipline significantly impacts character shaping and it helps build career. Sincerity, Good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and cooperation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced.

Students would be graded on a five point grading scale (A-E) for the same.

For classes XI & XII:

  1. Students of classes XI & XII would be assessed as following:
  2. CLASS XI CLASS XII
    Assessment Scheduled in M.M. of each subject Duration Assessment Scheduled in M.M. of each subject Duration
    SA I July 50%** 1 hr. 30 mins. SA I May 50%** 1 hr. 30 mins.
    SA II Sep As per CBSE guidelines 3 hours SA II July 50%** 1 hr. 30 mins.
    SA III Dec As per CBSE guidelines 3 hours SA III Sep As per CBSE guidelines 3 hours
    SA IV Mar As per CBSE guidelines 3 hours SA IV Dec As per CBSE guidelines 3 hours
    ---- ---- ---- ---- SA V Jan*s As per CBSE guidelines 3 hours

    **50% means that the structure of the question paper will be cut down to 50% of what prescribed by CBSE. # may be limited to few students. Please note that SA I of class XI and SA I & II of class XII would be conducted at school level only within school hours.

  3. 1. Practical/Viva-voce would be organised in the month of Sep & March for class XI and Sep & Dec for class XII wherein External Examiners would be deputed only in the following assessments:
  4. a. Class XI-SA IV (March)

    b. Class XII-SA III (September)

  5. 2. Examination for Additional subject(s) would be conducted only in the following examinations however those will remain excluded from the accounting of the Grand Total as is the practice:
  6. c. CLASS XI-JULY & MARCH

    d. CLASS XII-JULY & DEC

Honours and Awards:

Students are awarded for their excellence in various areas such as Academics, Co – curricular activities, Games, Sports, Punctuality etc. in the Annual Award Ceremony.

  • Following is the criteria to reward the scholar badge to the students under Academics:
  • FOR CLASSES I – V : 90% A1 number of grades

    FOR CLASSES VI – VIII: Overall Grade A1

    FOR CLASSES IX & X: CGPA 10

    FOR SENIOR SECONDARY: Total percentage 90% and above

  • Academic Achiever Award Trophy is given to all the students who attain the highest percentage / overall grade in the respective classes.
  • COCK HOUSE TROPHY is given to the best house covering all areas of the activities of the school.
  • Besides academics, other areas are also recognized and rewarded like -
    • Shining Star(s)
    • All rounder
    • Best Orator
    • Best in Art and Craft
    • Best in Dance
    • Best in Recitation
    • Best in Sports
    • Remarkable Improvement
    • Outstanding Performer
    • Best in Art and Craft
    • Best in Instrumental Music
    • Best in music (vocal)
    • Excellent in Dance
    • 100% Attendance.
    • Most Disciplined

 

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