Academic

The School Academic year is divided in the following manner:

Classes I to V (Three Terms)

Evaluation 1    : April to July               (Pen-paper test in July)

Evaluation 2    : August to Dec.           (Pen-paper test in December)

Evaluation 3    : January to March       (Pen-paper test in March)

 

Classes VI to XII � (Two Terms)

Term 1             : April to September                

Term 2             : October to March

        

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Scheme (Examination Scheme VI - X)

 

TYPE OF ASSESSMENT

% OF WEIGHTAGE IN ACADEMIC SESSION

MONTH

TERM WISE WEIGHTAGE

FIRST TERM

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT-1

10%

April-May

FA-1+2=20%

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT-2

10%

July-Aug.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-1

30%

September

SA-1 = 30%

SECOND TERM

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT-3

10%

Oct-Nov.

FA-3+4=20%

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT-4

10%

Jan-Feb.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-2

30%

March

SA-2 = 30%

Total Formative Assessment = FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4 + 40%

Total Summative Assessment= SA1+SA2 = 60%

 






















Promotion to higher class depends upon:

  1. Regularity in attendance (minimum 80% is a must)
  2. Quality of day-to-day participation in class.
  3. Written work and projects assigned by the subject teachers.
  4. Satisfactory performance at the internal assessments and tests.
  5. The minimum mark required for pass for subjects out of 100 is 33 and for subjects out of 50, is 17.
  6. A pupil who fails to attain the required standard in language subjects (i.e. English, Bengali, and Hindi), Mathematics, Science, and Social Science will not be promoted.
  7. Promotion is granted on the basis of the marks/grades obtained in all the assessments/tests and whole year�s work of the pupil. Hence, one needs to be regular in school.
  8. Students who do not appear for any of the Assessments will be treated as having no marks in it. The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion is final.