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PROMOTION POLICY   FOR CLASS XI

Attendance

75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class.

15% shortage in attendance can be condoned on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate)

Case of a candidate with attendance less than 60% shall be put up to the Principal for condonation purposes.

For promotion to the next higher class a student must secure an aggregate total of 40% marks and above with a minimum ‘C’ grade in internal Assessment.

In subjects involving practical work, a candidate must obtain 33% marks in theory & 33% marks in the practicals separately to qualify the examination.

The weightage’s accorded to each exam in terms of marks is:

UT   : 30         HY    :     25            &          Finals   :   45 

U.T.

H.Y

ANNUAL

TOTAL

M.M. 30

Pass Marks  9

M.M. 25

8.5

M.M. 45

15

100

33

A student scoring less than 33% marks (Final Examinations as well as Cumulative Score) in 03 or more subjects will be DETAINED in the same class.

A student scoring less than 33% marks. (Final Examination as well as Cumulative Score) in one or two subjects will be placed in the ‘COMPARTMENT CATEGORY’.

A student who is placed in the ‘COMPARTMENT CATEGORY’ must score 33% marks in the Compartment Exam to be promoted to the next higher class failing which he/she will be placed in ‘DETAINED CATEGORY’.

There will be no second improvement examination for Cls XI.

 


PROMOTION POLICY  FOR CLASSES VI, VII, VIII & IX

1.         Attendance

a)           75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class. 

b)           15% shortage in attendance can be condoned on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate) 

c)           Case of a candidate with attendance less than 60% shall be put up to the Principal for condonation.

2.           To be promoted to the next higher class a student must secure ‘D’ Grade in the aggregate and a minimum of ‘D’ Grade in each subject (Summative-II /Cumulative Grade).

3.           A student scoring less than ‘D’ Grade (Summative-II /Cumulative Grade) in 03 or more subjects will be DETAINED in the same class.

4.           For Classes VI, VII & VIII.  A student scoring less than ‘D’ Grade (Summative-II /Cumulative Grade) in one or two subjects will be placed in the ‘EIOP Category (Eligible for Improvement of Performance)’.

5.           A student who is placed in the ‘EIOP Category (Eligible for Improvement of Performance)’. must score 33% marks in the Improvement Examination to be promoted to the next higher class failing which he/she will be placed in ‘DETAINED CATEGORY’

  •    For Class IX Only.   As per the amended CBSE Bye-Laws,  a student must score minimum 25% marks in Summative-I and Summative-II  (to be taken together) in order to be promoted to next class.

 


 

 It is mandatory to appear for the SA1 and SA2 as per C.B.S.E. rules.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

CCE is a process to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessment of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of development. It is a scheme of evaluation prescribed by the CBSE and the school will follow it for classes I to X.

  • It aims at making evaluation an integral part of the teaching-learning process.
  • The term 'continuous' focuses on the regularity and continuity in assessment.
  • The term 'comprehensive' means assessment of the holistic development of the learner in cognitive, effective and psychomotor domains. It also includes use of a variety of tools and techniques for assessment of the learners.
  • 'Scholastic' refers to those aspects which are related to the intellect. It includes assessment in
    • Academic Subjects
    • Work Experience
    • Physical and Health Education
    • Art Education
  • 'Co-scholastic' refers to those aspects which are related primarily to hand and heart. It includes assessment in
    • Life Skills
    • Attitudes and Values
    • Outdoor Activities / Clubs / Skills

Formative and Summative Assessment

Formative and summative are modes of assessing and evaluating the learner.

Formative Assessment is a process used by a teacher to continuously monitor a student's progress in a non-threatening and supportive environment. It provides platform for active involvement of students in their own learning e.g. assignments and projects, field trips, creative writing, seminars and class tests.

Summative assessment is carried out at the end of a course of learning. It is usually a graded test i.e. marked according to a scale or set of grades.

Grading Scale (For School Assessment)
Assessment areas :Grading Scale (Point)
Part 1 A : Scholastic
Part 1 B : Scholastic
9
5
Part 2 : Co-Scholastic
Part 2 A : Life Skills
Part 2 B : Attitudes & Values

5
3
Part 3 : Co-Scholastic
Part 3 A : Co-curricular Activities
Part 3 B : Health & Physical Education

3
3

Grading System For Scholastic - 1A
For classes : VI-VIII (School Assessment) For classes : IX-X
MarksGradeGrade Point
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40 D 4
21-32 E1 3
0-20 E2 2
MarksGradeGrade Point
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40 D 4
21-32 E1
00-20 E2

Promotion Policy

School Policy On Reshuffling Of Students - Beginning Of New Academic Session

  1. Following is the criteria for reshuffling fresh promotions to the next higher class :
    1. There should be a balance between Girl-Boy Sex Ratio in each class as far as possible (Keeping in mind the declining girl child sex ratio, a ratio of 2 : 1 (for every two boys one girl) can be taken into account only if the situation demands).
    2. Even though the level of intelligence increases with age for class rooms to operate in neutral gear, each class should have an equal distribution of outstanding (O) to satisfactory (E) grades.
    3. The class representatives in consultation with parallel class teachers are to ensure students good at sports, co-curricular and extra curricular activities are equally distributed as far as possible.
    4. All students need attention, however, students identified as attention seekers or for any behavioural problem, it is preferred that they are equally distributed into 04 sections for better class room management and individual attention of the teacher.
  2. The procedure to be adopted for reshuffling is:
    1. Divide the total number of students i.e. 184 into equal number of boys and girls or if not equal, segregate the boys and girls of a class.
    2. Now, with the strength available for Boys & Girls, divide them – first Boys and then girls on the basis of grades allotted by the school.

    One Case is Shown For You All

    If there are 90 boys in Grade III with the following grades

    Grades      A   =  20,         B  =  16,            C   =  14,     D   =  30  &       E   =  10   = 90

    No of Sections  (Four) A      B      C      D,    the allotment will be as follows :

    GradesNo of GradesDistribution 
    A 20 05 05 05 05
    B 16 04 04 04 04
    C 14 03 03 03 03 (keep aside these 2 students)
    D 30 07 07 07 07 (keep aside these 2 students)
    E 10 02 02 02 02 (keep aside these 2 students)

The same can be repeated with the strength of Girls

The students kept aside in a separate column can be added to that section, wherever we need to strike a balance on the total strength of any of the 04 sections. A variation of + 2 in total strength of the 04 section, if exists is unavoidable.

Since, promotion is mandatory for each child in classes I – VII, reshuffling of all students will be carried out latest by 20 Mar 12 under the supervision of class Representatives (2013-14).

A printed list should be displayed for information of parents outside each class with the name of class representative, class teacher duly signed by the vice principal latest by 20 march 2013.

 

Mismuster Examination Policy and Evaluation / Promotion Policy for Class I - V Session-2015-16

 

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