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Exam System
No formal test for Nursery to std -II
Four Weekly Tests / Formative Assessments in an academic year (taken weekly as per the syllabus)
Two Summative Assessments in an academic year: SA-I (Half Yearly), SA-II (Annual)
Exam through CCE
Evaluating the need for a functional and reliable system of School-Based Evaluation, CBSE introduced the CCE Scheme for doing a holistic assessment of a learner which also includes co-scholastic area of Life Skills, Attitudes and Values, Sports and Games as well as Co-Curricular activities. The CCE scheme aims at addressing this in a holistic manner. A number of National Committees and Commissions in the past have consistently made recommendations regarding reducing emphasis on external examination and encouraging internal assessment through School-Based Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. Therefore, the CCE scheme brings about a paradigm shift from examination to effective pedagogy.
CCE Implemented by CBSE
PART-1
Scholastic Areas: (Nine-Point Grading Evaluation- A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D, E1, E2)
  • English
  • Hindi / Sanskrit
  • Mathematics
  • Social Science
  • Science

PART-2
Co-Scholastic Areas: (Five-Point Grading Evaluation- A+, A, B+, B, C)
  • Art Education (Drawing and Painting)
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Work Education (Computer Operation and Maintainance
Life Skills: (Five-Point Grading Evaluation- A+, A, B+, B, C)
  • Emotional Skills
  • Thinking Skills
  • Social Skills
Attitude: (Five-Point Grading Evaluation- A+, A, B+, B, C)
  • Towards Teachers
  • Towards Schoolmates
  • Towards Environment
  • Towards School Programmes
Value System: (Five-Point Grading Evaluation- A+, A, B+, B, C)
  • Towards Teachers
  • Towards Schoolmates
  • Towards Environment
  • Towards School Programmes

PART-3
Co-Scholastic Activities :
Activity (Any Two): (Five-Point Grading Evaluation- A+, A, B+, B, C)
  • Literary & Creative Skills (Debate, Contribution for magazines, Wall magazines, Creative Writing, Drawing, Poster Designing, Slogan Writing, Mono-acting, Dance, Vocal music, and Craft, etc.)
  • Scientific Skills (Science models and projects, Exhibition Entries, Science Quiz, Maths Olympiad, Science Olympiad and Mental ability tests, etc.
  • Aesthetic and Performing Art (Contribution for House Boards / School Board, Wall Magazine, Magazine entries)
  • Club: Eco Club (Health & Wellness and Others)
Health & Physical Education (Any Two): (Five-Point Grading Evaluation- A+, A, B+, B, C)
  • Yoga
  • Gymnastics
  • Gardening / Shramadaan
  • Sports / Indigenous Sports
  • Swimming
  • NCC / NSS
  • Scout / Guide
  • First-Aid
The Role of CCE in the Exam System
  • CCE will cover the scholastic and co scholastic areas of school education.
  • There are nine grades in Part A of Scholastic assessment and Part B of the same assessment has five grades.
  • Summative assessment covers non academic areas like attitudes and skills and there are three grades.
  • If a student secures Grade 6 in the academic areas his/her marks would range from 51% to 60%.
  • CCE advocates absolute grading. This means that Grade 9 would imply an A2 grade.
  • The academic term will be divided into two terms.
Exam Rules (Std-I – Std-V)
  • Four rounds of Formative Assessments will be conducted in an academic session as per schedule and syllabi prescribed by DAV Education Board/ CBSE.
  • The skill Tests of all languages, projects and the skills / practicals of social studies, Science, Maths and the minor subjects like Moral Science, General Knowledge, Computer Science, Art and Music will be evaluated irrespectively in the month of September and February of every year as per the schedule.
  • A student is required to take all tests.
  • The test dates given are fixed by the examination committee of the school after considering all aspects; hence are liable to no change.
  • No tests shall be repeated.
  • In case of sickness on test days immediate information must be sent through application with the medical certificate to the Principal. Under no circumstances, absence in more than one test in each subject will be allowed. In case a student misses more than one test he / she will be awarded zero in those tests.
  • As promotion is granted on whole year’s performance through a well-planned schedule so maximum attendance is expected in case of all students.
Exam Rules (Std-VI – Std-X)
  • Four rounds of Weekly Tests or Formative Assessments will be conducted in an academic session as per schedule and syllabi prescribed by DAV Education Board/ CBSE.
  • A student is required to take all Formative Assessments, First Summative Assessment and Second Summative Assessment.
  • The Test dates given are fixed by the examination committee of the zone after considering all aspects; hence are liable to no change.
  • No tests shall be repeated.
  • Portion of Summative Assessment-II will not include the portion taught for Summative Assessment-I.
  • In case of sickness during tests or assessment dates immediate information must be sent through application with the Medical Certificate to the principal. Under no circumstances absence in more than one test will be allowed. In case a child misses more than one assessments he / she will be awarded zero ion those tests. It is compulsory for all the students to appear in the first summative assessment and second summative assessment.
  • As promotion is granted on whole year’s performance of the year, so maximum attendance is expected. However 80% attendance is must for promotion to next higher class.
Promotion Criteria (Std-I – V)
As per the guidelines of CBSE Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) will be done throughout the session which will be based on class response in weekly tests / performances / behavioural traits, project works / assignments, attitudes towards the school activities, peers, teachers and school.
No marks will be reflected in the report cards.  Subject wise grades will be awarded based on the performance of the students as per the scales of evaluation.
Promotion Criteria Std-VI – Std-X
  • Due weightage of the Formative Assessments , First Summative Assessment and Second Summative Assessment will be taken into consideration for promotion to the next higher class.
  • Due weightage of FAs and SAs will be taken into consideration for promotion to the next higher class, i.e. FA-I (10% ) + FA-II(10%) + SA-I (30%) + FA-III(10%) +FA-IV(10%) + SA-II(30%) = 100% (Overall)
  • A student has to secure minimum D grade in all academic subjects individually taking the weightage of Weekly / Formative assessments, First Summative Assessment and Second Summative Assessment Scale of Evaluation
Scale of Evaluation (Std-I – X)
For Std- VI to X: (Scholastic areas or Part-I will be measured on 9 point scale)
Grade A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 D E1 E2
Mark Range 91-100 81-90 71-80 61-70 51-60 41-50 33-40 21-32 00-20
Grade Point 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
Co-Scholastic areas or Part-II, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D will be measured on 5 point scale
Grade A B C D E        
Grade Point 4.1-5.0 3.1-4.0 2.1-3.0 1.1-2.0 0 – 1.0        
Note:The students who secure minimum ‘B Grade’ in each Scholastic Subject will qualified to go to next higher class. The students securing ‘C Grade’ will be advised to repeat in the same class. No ‘Rank’ in general proficiency will be given up to class- V. Pls. follow the syllabus in hard copy for the details of Exam time table. However, the school has the discretionary power to modify the date sheet.
Non-Pen & Paper Test or Activity
Non- Pen and Paper Test talks about the lively activity based study and its periodic assessment conducted through teaching learning process in the school. That is an undivided part of evaluating the child’s efficiency in the academics.Report making, poster making, group discussion, field survey, debate, slogan writing, speech delivery, Quiz, scrap book work, project, etc are different means of non-pen and paper test to measure the activity based achievement of the children in the transaction of curricula in accordance with CCE prescribed by CBSE.
Class Test
To assess the continuous and comprehensive improvement of the students inside the class, class tests are taken time to time.
External Exam
The school is arranging different state level and national level scholarship / competitive exams organized by different organizations
Projects and Activities
There is a provision of projects and activities in the form of non-scholastic and non-pen and paper Tests where the students are required to reflect their life skill, attitude, etiquette, creative and constructive potentialities. These are done with the proper guidance of the subject teachers for which they are awarded grades or remarks in the report cards.