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Exam schedule

2023-24

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT AND PROMOTION POLICY (2023-24) CLASSES I - V

 

Students are assessed on the basis of their assignments, observations, class response, project work, activities, discussions, participation etc.

 

CLASSES III to V

 

 

ATTENDANCE

  • Every student must have a minimum of 75%
  • Students must be discouraged from missing an assessment unless on grounds of extreme emergency like a contagious disease, a fracture
  • 3rd language wherever applicable, to be assessed

 

PATTERN OF EXAMINATION FOR CLASSES III to V:

 

EXAMINATIONENG/HIN/MAT/ SOC. SCI./ SCI./EVSCOMPUTER/A.IG.K.
PT-1PEN PAPER TEST10 MARKS--
Mid Term ExamPEN PAPER TEST50 MARKS50 MARKS50

MARKS

PT-2PEN PAPER TEST10 MARKS--
ANNUAL EXAMINATIONPEN PAPER TEST50 MARKS50 MARKS50

MARKS

 

COMPONENTS OF QUESTION PAPERS

 

TERM EXAMMAX. MARKSDURATIONCompetency Based Questions (MCQs, Case Based Questions, Source Based or any other similar type

questions) (40%)

Objectiv e Type Question s

(20%)

Short Answer/ Long Answer Questions (40%)
Mid Term502 Hours201020
Annuals502 Hours201020

 

Pls note:

  • The syllabus for the First Term and the Annual Examination will be
  • The Question Papers for both the terms will be set according to the term-syllabus
  • Computer Assessment may be Practical Based or Pen and Paper
  • Both GK and Computers may be categorized as Co Scholastic
  • Marks in main subjects to be included in the report
  • Non-Scholastic grading scale for grades to be mentioned in the report

    PROMOTION POLICY

    Passing Criteria for Classes III - IV

    Assessment of Classes III and IV will be done on the same examination pattern as of class V and students of Class III and IV will not be held back in the same class.

     

    Passing Criteria for Class V

    To be declared "Pass" at the end of the session for promotion to the next higher class, a student must secure at least 33% marks in each subject studied by him/her during the session. He/she must secure overall 33% marks i.e., 33 marks out of 100. The distribution of 100 marks is as follows: -

     

    Attendance of the student05 MARKS
    Subject Enrichment05 MARKS
    Project Based Activities05 MARKS
    Portfolio05 MARKS
    Multiple Assessment Tests05 MARKS
    Unit Test/Periodic Tests (PT1 and PT2) (Both the exams may be taken into consideration for final promotion of the student)05 MARKS

    (2.5 marks each)

    Mid Term Exam20 marks
    Annual Examination50 marks
    TOTAL100 MARKS

     

    • The promotion to the next higher class will also be subject to the condition that a minimum of 25% marks be scored in each subject in the Mid Term (20 marks) plus Annual Examination (50 marks) e., 18 marks out of 70 in each subject.
    • A candidate not eligible to be declared "Pass" will be declared "Promoted" at the end of the session of a class provided he/she is entitled to grace marks.
    • Discretionary Grace marks up to maximum of 10 in all, shall be awarded to a student to reach the minimum required 33% of marks in each subject
      • Provided that a minimum of 25% of marks are secured in each subject in the Mid Term plus the Annual Examination i.e., 18 marks out of 70 Marks to make him/her eligible for promotion.
      • Provided that he/she does not require more than 05 marks in one. subject to come up to the minimum required of 33% of marks in that subject.

    ❖    Re-Examination

    A candidate who appears in the Annual Examination can be declared eligible for appearing at the Re-Examination in all the failing subject(s). Such a candidate will be eligible to appear in the subject(s) at a subsequent examination to be held within a period of two months from the date of declaration of the result known as the "Re-Examination". The distribution of 100 marks is as follows: -

    Attendance of the student05 MARKS
    Subject Enrichment05 MARKS
    Project Based Activities05 MARKS
    Portfolio05 MARKS
    Multiple Assessment Tests05 MARKS
    Unit Test/Periodic Tests05 MARKS
    Re-Examination70 marks
    TOTAL100 MARKS

     

    • A candidate who appears in the Annual Examination can be declared eligible for appearing at the Re-Examination in all the failing subject(s). Such a candidate will be eligible to appear in the subject(s) at a subsequent examination to be held within a period of two months from the date of declaration of the result known as the "Re-Examination".

     

    • Re-Examination will be conducted on the same syllabus and pattern as of Annual Weightage of Marks obtained by the student in Re-Examination will be proportionately calculated out of 70 marks.

     

    • Marks obtained in the attendance of the student (05 marks) plus marks of Subject Enrichment (05 marks) plus marks of Project Based Activities (05) Marks) plus marks of Portfolio (05 marks) plus marks of Multiple Assessment (05 marks) plus marks of Periodic Tests/Unit Tests (05 marks) will be carried forward and added with the marks obtained by the student in the Re- Examination.

     

    • To be declared "Pass" in Re-Examination, a student will have to secure at least 25% marks in the subject(s) in which he/she has taken the Re-Examination e., 18 marks out of 70, provided that a minimum of 33 marks out of 100 marks are secured in total i.e., Marks of Re-Examination (70 marks) plus marks obtained in the internal assessment (30 marks).
    • No benefit of the discretionary grace marks will be given to the student appearing in Re - Examination for the promotion to the next higher class

    ❖    Criteria for Essential Repeat:

     

    • If a student does not secure at least 25% marks in the subject(s) in which he/she has taken the Re-Examination and minimum of 33 out of 100 marks in that subject(s) or does not appear in the Re-Examination, he/she will be placed in the category of "Essential Repeat" (ER).
    • A student of Class V who is not eligible for Pass, Promotion and placed in the category of "Essential Repeat" (ER) will be held back in the same class during the next session, in states where detention is applicable. In other states, RTE act to be followed.

2022-23

ANNUAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULES

MIDDLE, SEC, SR SEC EXAMINATION SCHEDULES : TERM 2

MIDDLE, SEC, SR SEC EXAMINATION SCHEDULES : TERM 1

PRIMARY EXAMINATION SCHEDULES

TERM I

Date Sheet – First Cycle Examination

 

Date & DayClasses
15.07.2022, FridayIV & V
22.07.2022, FridayI to V
29.07.2022, FridayI to V
05.08.2022, FridayI to V
12.08.2022, FridayI to V

 

Result Declaration: 20 August 2022 

 

TERM II

Date Sheet – Second Cycle Examination

 

Date & DayClasses
11.11.2022, FridayIV & V
18.11.2022, FridayI to V
25.11.2022, FridayI to V
02.12.2022, FridayI to V
09.12.2022, FridayI to V

 

Result Declaration: 29 December 2022

 

 

TERM III

Date Sheet – Third Cycle Examination

 

Date & DayClasses
10.02.2023, FridayIV & V
17.02.2023, FridayI to V
24.02.2023, FridayI to V
03.03.2023, FridayI to V
10.03.2023, FridayI to V

Result Declaration: Date to be announced later.

 

 

 

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

Activities & Viva

TERM I

Date Sheet – First Cycle Examination

 

            DatesClasses I-IIClass IIIClass IVClass V
25.04.2022 - 26.04.2022       --Social ScienceEnglish
27.04.2022 - 28.04.2022EnglishEnglishHindiScience
29.04.2022 - 02.05.2022EVSHindiScienceMathematics
04.05.2022 - 05.05.2022HindiEVSMathematicsHindi
06.05.2022 - 09.05.2022MathematicsMathematicsEnglishSocial Science

 

Reading and Listening Assessments will be conducted during the term.

 

TERM II

Date Sheet – Second Cycle Examination

 

          DatesClasses I-IIClass IIIClass IVClass V
19.09.2022- 21.09.2022        --Social ScienceEnglish
21.09.2022- 22.09.2022EnglishEnglishScienceMathematics
23.09.2022 -26.09.2022MathematicsHindiEnglishScience
27.09.2022- 28.09.2022HindiEVSMathematicsHindi
29.09.2022- 30.09.2022EVSMathematicsHindiSocial Science

 

Reading and Listening Assessments will be conducted during the term.

 

TERM III

Date Sheet – Third Cycle Examination

 

      DatesClass I-IIClass IIIClass IVClass V
16.01.2023 - 17.01.2023        --Social ScienceEnglish
18.01.2023 - 19.01.2023EnglishEnglishScienceMathematics
20.01.2023 - 23.01.2023MathematicsHindiEnglishScience
24.01.2023 - 25.01.2023HindiEVSMathematicsHindi
27.01.2023 - 30.01.2023EVSMathematicsHindiSocial Science

 

Reading and Listening Assessments will be conducted during the term.

 

 Admission Pre-School (2024-25)

 

1. Online Registration for Pre-School Admission 2024-25 commences from 23.11.2023. 

2. Last date of Online Registration will be 15.12.2023.

 

 

MOLE DAY RESULTS 2023

 

 

14th ALL INDIA INTER UNIT SPORTS MEET RESULTS