• F-Block, Vikaspuri, New Delhi-110018
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PTM for class IV-VIII will be held on 22.7.17. Kindly attend the PTM between 8:30am to 11am | PTM for class I-III will be held on 15.7.17. Kindly attend the PTM between 8:30am to 11am | Pre Mid Term Exam for class IX-X will be held from 15.7.17 to 21.7.17. Kindly check the date sheet on the school website | Class X improvement of performance (SA-2) Dates, 6.7.17-Maths, 10.7.17-Social Science, 12.7.17-Science | Class XII Unit Test (Busi. Studies / Pol.Sc. / Chemistry) scheduled for 7.7.17 has been postponed to 25.7.17. | Korea India Friendship Essay competition on 8.8.17. Kindly check the circular regarding the competition on the school website | Students must report to school by 8:25am daily. School gates will get closed at 8:30am sharp. Latecomers will not be allowed to enter the school after 8:30am. |
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Curriculum and Assessment for classes IX-X

Subjects offered:

ENGLISH, HINDI, MATHS, SCIENCE, SOCIAL SCIENCE, SANSKRIT, PUNJABI, COMPUTER SCIENCE, MUSIC & DANCE, ART & CRAFT, PHYSICAL EDUCATION

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT :

CLASS - IX

·  Each session will have 2 cycles of weekly Test, 3 periodic Test (Pre Mid Term, Mid Term and Post Mid Term) and Final Exam for scholastic areas.

·  10% weightage will be given to Periodic Tests, 5% to Notebook submission, 5% to subject enrichment activities and 80% to Final Exam.

·  Three activities for each subject will be assessed.

·  Average of best two will be taken for the calculation of periodic tests and subject enrichment activities.

·  Pre Mid Term will include 30% syllabus, Mid Term 50% syllabus , Post Mid Term 75% syllabus and Final Exam 100% syllabus.

·  Maximum marks for each weekly test will be 25; Pre Mid Term 40; Mid Term, Post Mid Term and Final Exam 80.

·  Marks as well as Grades will be awarded in the Report card.

·  Grading pattern for Scholastic areas is as follows:

Marks Range

                                  Grade

91-100

A1

81-90

A2

71-80

B1

61-70

B2

51-60

C1

41-50

C2

33-40

D

32 & below

E (Failed)

 

·  Co-scholastic areas will include Work Education (Computer Science), Art Education and  Health & Physical Education. Grading on Co-scholastic areas will be done on 5 point grading scale A- E.

·  The students will also be assessed for the discipline based on attendance, sincerity, behavior, values, uniform, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others. Grading on Discipline will be done on 5 point grading scale A-E. 

·  It is compulsory for the students to appear in all the Weekly Tests, Periodic Tests and Final Exam.

 

·  A student must secure 33% marks in Final Exam and 33% in all the other assessments separately in order to qualify for next class.

CLASS - X

·  Each session will have 2 cycles of weekly Test, 3 periodic Test (Pre Mid Term, Mid Term and Post Mid Term), Pre Board and Final Exam for scholastic areas.

·  Board Exam(Final)  will be conducted by CBSE.

·  10% weightage will be given to Periodic Tests, 5% to Notebook submission, 5% to subject enrichment activities and 80% to Board Exam.

·  Three activities for each subject will be assessed.

·  Average of best two will be taken for the calculation of periodic tests and subject enrichment activities.

·  Pre Mid Term will include 30% syllabus, Mid Term 60% syllabus , Post Mid Term 90% syllabus, Pre-Board and Final Exam 100% syllabus.

·  Maximum marks for each weekly test will be 25; Pre Mid Term 40; Mid Term, Post Mid Term Pre Board and  Final Exam 80.

·  Marks as well as Grades will be awarded in the Report card.

·  Co-scholastic areas will include Work Education (Computer Science), Art Education and  Health & Physical Education. Grading on Co-scholastic areas will be done on 5 point grading scale A- E.

·  The students will also be assessed for the discipline based on attendance, sincerity, behavior, values, uniform, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others. Grading on Discipline will be done on 5 point grading scale A-E. 

·  A student must secure 33% marks in internal and external examination separately in order to qualify for next class.