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Assessment Rule

Rules of Assessment

At Future Campus School the children are tutored with utmost care. Learning is a complete process which includes imparting of knowledge, revising and rehearsing, inculcating reading and writing skills and moral values, nurturing of latent capabilities and encouraging the imagination of the child. The objective is to evaluate the learner in a holistic manner so that the latent competencies are reflected appropriately in their report. It would also help in identifying their positive attributes and encouraging them and identifying what they are not capable of.    

ACADEMIC YEAR AND STUDENT ASSESSMENT

The academic year of various classes is divided as follows:

Class LKG- II

The academic year is divided into three terms: Term I – April to July. Term II –August to November. Term III – December to March which would spread over the year and at least three assessments would be made during the academic session. Evaluation of child’s progress would be done on the basis of uniform Assessments which include comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, conversation, concepts, activity, environment sensitivity, etc. Progress Report would be given to the parents at the end of each term.

CLASS III _ V

The academic year is divided into two terms.

Term I – April to September.

Term II – October to March.

Each term will have two term end examinations Half yearly and Annual: to be held in September and February respectively. In addition to this, they will have two periodic tests: one held in July and the other in December. Assessments will be indicated in marks as well as grades as per the eight point grading scale for the scholastic domain given at the back of the report card.

CLASS VI – X

From this academic session as per CBSE Circular No Acad-05/2017 dated 31.01.2017, restoration of Board examination along with revised assessment structure will be implemented (2017-18).

The key features of new assessment pattern for classes VI-X are as follows: -

Session is divided into two terms

Term I - April to September

Term II – October to March

  • Term end examination will be held in September and in February- March.
  • Total marks allotted to each of the five subjects (English, Vernacular, Mathematics, Science and Social Science) is 100.
  • 100 marks comprises of written examination of 80 marks and periodic assessment of 20 marks.

The syllabus for 80 marks written examination for the 1st term will be, the syllabus covered till September and that of term end examination will have the following patterns.

For classes IX- X - Syllabus covered in entire year. Preboard Examination for class X will be held in January 2018.

For classes V- VIII – Syllabus covered in the second term along with selected portion from the 1st term.

Periodic Assessment:

For 20 marks periodic assessment per term, the pattern is as follows,

(1) Periodic assessment (Pen and paper).

Syllabus covered till assessment date by School in the month of June and December respectively.

(2) 5 marks for Note Book submission

It will be marked on

(a) Regularity

(b) Assignment completion

(c) Neatness and upkeep of notebook.

(3) 5 marks for Subject enrichment activity

English- Speaking and listening skills.

Vernacular: Speaking and listening skills.

Science- Practical lab work

.

Mathematics- Math lab practical

Social Science- Map work and project work.

CLASS XI – XII

For the purpose of gradient learning school has opted for the following

schedule of evaluation from academic session 2017-18 onwards.

  1. Three periodic short tests from June to August of the which the average of the best two will be taken in every subject. This will be considered as the 1st unit.
  2. This is followed by one mid-term written test in September.
  3. One unit test will be conducted in the month of November on cumulative syllabus for XII and in the month of January for Class XI.
  4. Annual exam will be conducted in the month of February/ March for Class XI.
  5. Pre-board for class XII will be conducted in the month of December.

Results of Half Yearly & Annual Examination will be given to the parents on the day of Open House.

Proficiency certificates:

For Classes III-X certificates will be awarded subject wise to the students who has secured A1 in individual subjects. Grades will be awarded to the students as mentioned above.

DETAILS OF SUBJECTS/ AREAS TO BE ASSESSED:

PROMOTION CRITERIA:

RULES OF ASSESSMENT

1. Attendance is compulsory for all assessment held during the year falling which the students will be given zero.

  • No consideration will be given to absentees, except medical grounds, at the sole discretion of the principal.
  • There is no provision for a child to go home after exams even on Medical Ground. In case of medical problem child should not report to school just for appearing in exams.
  • Application for absence must be submitted along with relevant Medical document on the day of exam.
  • If the parents insist that their ward has to be taken back home, after the exam/test then the child will be marked absent for that day and zero will be awarded for that exam/ test.

2. A minimum attendance record of 85% of the total number of working days in each term/unit is compulsory for LKG to VIII & 75% for the students of IX, X, XI & XII. In the eventuality of student missing classes due to health reasons, the school will have the sole discretion in deciding, however, if any.

3. Subjects like Health and Physical Education (H&PE), Yoga, performing Arts and Art & Crafts (As applicable) will also be assessed.

4. There is no provision for reassessing students, who remain absent on the day of assessment, or those who have failed in one or more subjects. Request for assessment date and time will not be entertained.

5. Student reporting late in the Assessment will not be given any extra time for answering the question paper.

6. Unfair means: Student found using any unfair means during any of the Assessment, will be given Zero in that subject. Parents and the concerned student will be summoned and asked to provide an explanation. A repeat of such action in future will result in the prompt issue of Transfer Certificate, without notice.

7. Request for the issue of the progress Report before the declaration of the results will not be entertained.

8. A duplicate of the Report Card (if lost/damaged) shall be issued on a [payment of Rs 100/- ]

9. Academic Awards: On the basis of the students’ performance in assessments / assignments and Exams the Prizes or Certificates will be awarded.

   

Grading System : Class III to X

 
Scholastic Areas (Grading on 9 point scale)  
Grade Marks Range Grade Point
A1 91 – 100
10.0
A2 81 - 90 9.0
B1 71 - 80
8.0
B2 61 - 70 7.0
C1 51 - 60
6.0
C2 41 - 50 5.0
D 31 - 40
4.0
E1 21 - 30 3.0
E2 00 - 20
2.0
Co-Scholastic Areas ((Grading on 5 point scale)  
Grade Marks Range
A 4.1 – 5.0
B 3.1 – 4.0
C 2.1 – 3.0
D 1.1 – 2.0
E 0 – 1.0
  Students must obtain the qualifying grade (minimum grade D1) in all the subjects under Scholastic and Co-Scholastic Domain.  
  • First Term : FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + SA1 (30%) = 50%
  • Second Term : FA3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) + SA2 (30%) = 50%
  • Formative Assessment : FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + FA3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) = 40%
  • Summative Assessment : SA1 (30%) + SA2 (30%) = 60%
 
  • Class XI The session is divided into two terms First Term : April to September Second Term : October to March Each term will comprise of one cycle of Unit Test. At the end of first term & second term Half Yearly Examination and Annual Examination will be conducted respectively. However the Annual Examination will include complete syllabus prescribed for the class.
  • Class XIIThe session is divided into two terms First Term : April to September Second Term : October to FebruaryFirst term will comprise one cycle of Unit test & Half yearly examination. In second term students will have to take one cycle of unit test & pre-board examination. Pre-board will comprise of complete syllabus as per CBSE pattern.
  Results of Unit tests and Half Yearly & Annual Examination will be given to the parents on the day of Open House.  

Proficiency Certificates:

For Classes III – X Certificates will be awarded subject wise to the student who has secured A1 in individual subjects. Grades will be awarded to the students as mentioned above.

Details of Subjects / Areas to be assessed:

Class Type of Exam Scholastic Area Co-Scholastic Areas / Activities
LKG No Exam, only continuous comprehensive assessment once in each term. Eng, Math, EVS. All Skills
UKG No Exam, only continuous comprehensive assessment once in each term. Eng, Math, EVS, Vern. All Skills
I - II No Exam, only continuous comprehensive assessment once in each term. Eng, Math, EVS, Vern., ICT All Skills
III FA and SA Eng, Vern, Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
IV FA and SA Eng, Vern, Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
V FA and SA Eng, Vern, Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
VI FA and SA Eng, Vern, Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
VII FA and SA Eng, Vern, Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
VIII FA and SA Eng, Vern, Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
IX FA and SA Eng., Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., 2rd lang., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
X FA and SA Eng., Math, Sc., Soc. Sc., 2rd lang., ICT Life Skill, Work Education ,Visual & Performing Arts, Attitude & Value system, H & PE,
XI FA and SA Eng., Phy., Chem., Bio., Eco., Computer Science, Math,  Accountancy, Business H & PE, Work Exp., Art Education, General Studies.
XII FA and SA Eng., Phy., Chem., Bio., Eco., Computer Science, Math,  Accountancy, Business Studies,, Geography. H & PE, Work Exp., Art Education, General Studies.
  FA-Formative Assessment, SA- Summative Assessment, ICT – Information and Communication Technology, H & PE – Health & Physical Education.

Promotion Criteria :

Classes Nursery to VIII : No Child will be detained. Results will be prepared on the basis of rules framed by CBSE. However, attendance less than 85% and inability to cope with the syllabus resulting in low grades in assessments of a particular class in a session may result in detention in the same class, after mutual consent of parents and school authorities.Criteria for IX, X, XI & XII (As per CBSE Guidelines) It is mandatory for the child to appear for term examinations in order to be promoted and in this case 75% attendance is mandatory.  
 

Rules of Assessment

1. Attendance is compulsory for all assessment held during the year failing which the students will be given zero.  
  • No consideration will be given to absentees, except on Medical Grounds, at the sole discretion of the Principal.
  • There is no provision for a child to go home after exams even on Medical Ground. In case of medical problem child should not report to school just for appearing in exams.
  • Application for absence must be submitted along with relevant Medical Document on the day of exam.
  • If the parents insist that their ward has to be taken back home, after the exam/test then the child will be marked absent for that day and zero will be awarded for that exam/test.
  2. A minimum attendance record of 85% of the total number of working days in each term/unit is compulsory for LKG to VIII & 75% for students of IX, X, XI & XII. In the eventuality of student missing classes due to health reasons, the school will have the sole discretion in deciding, however, if any.   3. Subjects like Health and Physical Education (H&PE), Yoga, Performing Arts and Art & Crafts (as applicable) will also be assessed.   4. There is no provision for reassessing students, who remain absent on the day of assessment, or those who have failed in one or more subjects. Request for assessment date and time will not be entertained.   5. Student reporting late in assessment will not be given any extra time for answering the question paper.   6. Unfair means: Students found using any unfair means during any of the assessment, will be given zero in that subject. Parents and the concerned student will be summoned and asked to provide an explanation. A repeat of such action in future will result in the prompt issue of Transfer Certificate, without notice.   7. Request for the issue of the Progress Report before the declaration of the results will not be entertained.   8. A duplicate of Report Card (if lost/damaged) shall be issued on a payment of Rs 100/-   9. Academic Awards: On the basis of student’s performance in assessments/assignments and Exams the prizes or certificates will be awarded.  

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ACHIEVERS OF CLASS-XII (AISSCE- 2017)

ACHIEVERS OF CLASS-X (AISSE- 2017)