The whole syllabus has been planned according to the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) pattern of CBSE. The students are evaluated on the basis of their performance in three areas:
- There will be two terms, the First Term will be from April – September and the Second Term from October – March of the subsequent year.
- Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment.
- Formative assessments are spread throughout the year.
- Class tests are held after completion of each unit in the class.
- There are two summative examinations, one at the end of each term.The monthly syllabus for each term and distribution of different assessments throughout the session and their weightage is handed over to students in the syllabus booklet.
- Marks of class tests, formative and summative tests are considered as per the CCE guidelines given by the CBSE, which stresses on continuous and comprehensive assessment during the academic year.
- Assessments are indicated in Grades.
- The Grading Scale for the Scholastic Areas is a nine point grading Scale.
- The annual results are declared on the basis of CCE guidelines given by the CBSE. They are based on the cumulative result of four formative assessments and two summative assessments.
- Class X students appear for board exams and the result is declared by the CBSE according to CCE guidelines.
2 (A) Life Skills
2 (B) Work Education
2 (C) Visual and Performing Arts
2 (D) Attitudes and Values
The different life skills (Thinking, Social and Emotional), work education skills and attitudes will be evaluated by class teachers on the basis of different activities spread throughout the year. The performance of students in visual and performing arts will be evaluated by art and music teachers on the basis of activity chosen by the student. These activities will be held in zero periods for Classes IV-X. For Classes I-III, these activities will be held in their regular Art and Music classes.
Part 3(A): Students will be assessed in two activities out of four given below on the basis of their level of participation and achievement. The assessment will be done by respective subject teachers.
- Literary and Creative Skills
- Scientific Skills
- Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
- Organisational and Leadership Skills (Clubs)
Part 3(B): Eight different kinds of Health and Physical Activities have been provided by the CBSE:
- Sports/ Indigenous Sports (Kho-Kho etc.)
- NCC / NSS
- Scouting and Guiding
- First Aid
Students will be assessed on any two activities that are chosen from within the eight different activities. The objective is to benefit from Physical activities to maximise health benefits. These activities will be carried out in zero periods during the school hours and students will be evaluated on the basis of their performance.