The format of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) introduced by CBSE is followed for the holistic development of child's personality. It includes assessment in scholastic as well as co-scholastic aspects of child's growth. Scholastic aspects include curricular areas or subject specifies areas, whereas co-scholastic aspects include life skills, co-curricular activities, attitudes and values.
GRADE VI to VIII
Co-Scholastic areas offer opportunities for the development of imagination, sense of aesthetics, sensitivity and inventiveness all of which are requirements of balanced curriculum and lead to all round development of students .These are taught according to pre-set syllabus. These areas are not formally examined at the end of each term but are graded based on student's participation and teacher's observations. The areas are:
The academic year is divided into two terms. The first term is from April to September and the second term is from October to March. Each term consists of Formative/Internal Assessment and Summative Assessment.
Each Formative Assessment has one cycle of unit test and internal assessment. The internal assessment consists of project work, lab activities, oral tests, class response, class work & homework notebooks, summer/winter assignments, quizzes etc.
Summative Assessment is made for scholastic areas at the end of each term. The schedule of Summative Assessment is as follows:
Summative Assessment I : 3rd Week of September
Summative Assessment II : 1st Week of March
|Term I||Formative Assessment I||10%|
|Formative Assessment II||10 %|
|Summative Assessment I||30%|
|Term II||Formative Assessment III||10%|
|Formative Assessment IV||10%|
|Summative Assessment II||30%|
|Final Assessment:||Term I + Term II|
Syllabus covered in Summative Assessment I is not assessed in Summative Assessment II. A comprehensive assessment Report Card in the form of grades and remarks is issued at the end of each term in October and March apprising the parents about the child's performance.