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Examination

EXAMINATION AND PROMOTION

Examination Calendar & Marking Criterion

1. For Pre- Primary:

Pre-primary learners do not have any pen and paper examinations but are evaluated based on their day to day learning experiences and interactions with the surrounding and the objects around them.

Examination FA-I FA-II SA-I
Assessment Period May-June July- August September
Evaluation Process One written examination and one activity (each will have 5% weightage) One written examination and one activity (each will have 5% weightage) For Class IV to VI:
One written examination based on syllabus decided for Term-I, question paper will be of 5o marks and time duration will be two hours
For Class VII to X:
One written examination based on syllabus decided for SA-I, question paper will be of 90 marks and time duration will be three hours

2. For Std.: I to III

  • There is a provision of four Unit Tests.
  • The Unit tests are of 25 marks, out of which written test is of 20 marks where as 5 marks are for testing other skills which are carried out through different activities.

3. For Std.: IV to X

  • There is provision of four formative and two summative assessments.
  • Weightage for each Formative Assessment is 10%
  • Weightage for Summative Assessments is 30% each as per the guidelines of CBSE.
  • There are two pre-board examinations for class X.

Term-I (April- September)

Examination FA-III FA-IV SA-II
Assessment Period Oct- Nov Jan- Feb. March
Evaluation Process One written examination and one activity (each will have 5% weightage) One written examination and one activity (each will have 5% weightage) For Class IV to VI:
One written examination based on syllabus decided for Term-II, question paper will be of 5o marks and time duration will be two hours
For Class VII to X:
One written examination based on syllabus decided for SA-II, question paper will be of 90 marks and time duration will be three hours

Term-II (October- March)

2. For Std. XI and XII

  • Class XI and XII will have two Unit Tests, Bi-Annual and Annual Examination.
  • There will be two pre-board examinations for class XII
  • Examination and Assessment Policy under Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
  • The whole session is divided into two terms, viz Term-1 (from April – September) and Term-2 (from October – March).
  • The areas of CCE evaluation are as below:
Standard I
Scholastic Area Academic subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer, Gujarati
Co-Scholastic Area IT, PHE, Art & Craft, Music, Dance, Attitude & Values, Personality traits
Standard II & III
Scholastic Area Academic subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics Science, Social Studies, Computer, Gujarati
Co-Scholastic Area IT, PHE, Art & Craft, Music, Dance, Attitude & Values, Personality traits
Standard IV & V
Scholastic Area Academic subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer and (Gujarati – Applicable only for Std: IV)
Co-Scholastic Area IT, PHE, Art & Craft, Music, Dance, Attitude & Values, Personality traits
Standard VI to VIII
Scholastic Area Academic subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Computer
Co-Scholastic Area IT, PHE, Art & Craft, Music, Dance, Attitude & Values, Personality traits
Standard IX & X
Scholastic Area – I (A) Academic subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Science and Computer
Co-Scholastic Area – II (A) Life Skills (a) Thinking Skills (b) Social Skills (c) Emotional Skills
Co-Scholastic Area – II (B) Work Education
Co-Scholastic Area – II (C) Visual & Performing Arts
Co-Scholastic Area – II (D) Attitude & Values Towards teachers (b) Towards School-mates School Programmes & Environment Value System
Co-Scholastic Activities – III (A) (Any two to be assessed) (a) Literary & Creative Skills (b) Scientific Skills (c) ICT(Information and Communication Technology) Skills. (d) Clubs
Co-Scholastic Activities – III (B) (Any two to be assessed) (a) Sports/ Indigenous Sports (b) Yoga (c) First Aid (d) Gardening/ Shramdan

There is a provision of two formative and one summative assessment during each term to assess co-scholastic area.

Weightage of each FA is 10% and SA is 30%, as below:

  • Term-1: FA-1(10%) + FA-2(10%) + SA-1(30%) = 50%
  • Term-2: FA-3(10%) + FA-4(10%) + SA-2 (30%) = 50%
  • Formative Assessment: FA-1(10%) + FA-2(10%) + FA-3(10%) + FA-4(10%) = 40%
  • Summative Assessment: SA-1(30%) + SA-2(30%) = 60%
  • FAs- one Written Test of 25 marks and one Activity Based Assignment of 25 marks.

The details of evaluation and evaluation process is given below:

Assessment % of weight age in academic session Month Evaluation Process
First Term (50%)
FA-1 10% April-May (a) Written Test (25 Marks/1Hr.) (b) Activity (25 Marks)
FA-2 10% July-August (a) Written Test (25Marks/1Hr.) (b) Activity (25Marks)
SA-1 30% September (a) Written (50 Marks/2Hr.) : IV to VI. (b) Written (90 Marks/3Hr.) : VII to X
Second Term (50%)
FA-3 10% October-Nov. (a) Written Test (25 Marks/1Hr.) (b) Activity (25 Marks)
FA-4 10% January-February (a) Written Test (20Marks/1Hr.) (b) Activity (20Marks)
SA-2 30% March (a) Written (50 Marks/2Hr.) : IV to VIW. (b) ritten (90 Marks/3Hr.) : VII to X

Assessment of scholastic attainment Part-1 will be reported twice in a year and Co-scholastic area Part-2 and 3 will be reported once in a year.

The nine point grading scale for measuring scholastic achievement and five point grading for measuring co-scholastic area is given below:

Scholastic Area (Grading on 9 point scale) Co-Scholastic Areas ( Grading on 5 point scale)
Grade Marks Range Grade Point Grade Grade Point
A1 91-100 10.0 A 4.1 – 5.0
A2 81-90 9.0 B 3.1 – 4.0
B1 71-80 8.0 C 2.1 – 3.0
B2 61-70 7.0 D 1.1 – 2.0
C1 51-60 6.0 E 0 – 1.0
C2 41-50 5.0
D 33-40 4.0
E1 21-32 3.0
E2 00-20 2.0

Minimum qualifying grade

Classes Scholastic Co-Scholastic
IV to VIII D D
IX & X D D