CBSE Affiliation No. 530100 School Code : 40091
0130-2200116, 0130-2200118, 9992333760



Periodic Test Theory Exam Weightage (XI) Practical Exams
PT 1 July 5th - July 13th 10% PT 1 Practical (XI-XII) July 14th - July 18th
PT 2 Sep. 20th - Oct. 3rd 10% PT 2 Practical (XI-XII) Oct. 4th - Oct. 10th
PT 3 Dec. 17th - Dec. 29th 10% PT 3 Practical (XI) Jan16th - Jan. 20th
Pre Annual Feb. 1st - Feb. 12th 10%
Annual Exams Feb. 22nd - Mar 12th 60%

(Average Marks of Best Two Practical Exams will be added with Annual & Aggregate Theory Exams) All PTs & Annual Exams will be for 70/80 marks each as per Board Pattern of class XII.


A.1 Scholastic Aspect (IV-IX)

Periodic Test (5 marks) (PT): - The school would conduct three periodic tests In the entire academic year. For the purpose of gradient learning, three tests are being held as one being the mid-term and two being pre-mid and post mid-term with portion of syllabus cumulatively covered. The gradually increasing portion of contents would prepare students acquired confidence for appearing in the board examination with 100% syllabus. 10% of PT1 and 10% of PT3 will be added to PT2 (Half yearly) and Annual respectively.

NBM - Notebook Maintenance ( 5 Marks) :- Notebook submission and lab manuals maintenance as a part of internal assessment is aimed at enhancing seriousness of students towards preparing notes for the topics taught in the classroom as well as assignments of activity labs. This also addresses the critical aspect of regularity, punctuality, neatness and note book upkeep as well as lab manuals.

MA Multiple Assessment (5 Marks) :- These are subject specific application activities aimed at enrichment of the understanding and skill development. These activities and tool tests to be recorded internally by respective subject teachers.

Annual Examination Pattern : Almost Whole Syllabus of all the subjects will be taken for the annual exams with cumulative addition of each periodic test coverage as follows -

For Classes IV-IX
Term - I
PT 1 (40marks) will have complete syllabus till date.
PT 2 (80 marks) will have weightage distribution of the question paper as given Half yearly exam PT 1 = 25% and PT 2 = 75%.
The syllabus coverage will be 25% of PT1 and 100 % of PT2.

Term - II
PT 3 (40 marks) will have weightage distribution of the question paper as given PT 2 = 25% and PT 3 = 75%.
The syllabus coverage will be 25% of PT2 and 100% of PT3.

Annual Exam (80 marks) IV-VIII will have weightage distribution of PT 1 = 25% PT 2 = 25% and PT 3 = 50% Syllabus coverage will be 25% of PT1 & PT2 each and 100% of PT3. For class IX - 100% syllabus, kindly go through the curriculum Design. (When released) & follow strictly.

A.2 Scholastic Aspect (X-XII) Periodic test/Exam I & II will cover whole syllabus covered till date before the exams. However Separate syllabus distribution & blue print of question papers is notified in syllabus booklets. Preannual / PB will be 80/ 70 Marks.
For class X - XII with full syllabus.
Average of two best PT Result (5%), Notebook maintenance (5%) MA. Multiple Assessment & SEA (5%) will be added to annual result for cummulative board result of class X.

B) Co-scholastic Aspect

To promote co-curricular activities for the scholastic development of the student, bundle of opportunities are being conducted throughout the session. The assessment for below mentioned areas will be graded as 5 point scale (A to E) without any describing indicator. No upscaling of marks will be done on this plea of good grades in co-scholastic.

Work Education : Work education is a distinct curricular area for participation in social, economic and welfare activities. Students will get a sense of community service and will develop self reliance and self awareness.

Art Education : Art education constitutes an important area of curricular activities for development of wholesome personality of the students. Students of senior classes will select one or more forms of creative arts.

Health & Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.) : Health and Physical Activity preferably sports periods have been given regularly along with sports session during the assembly. They are being provided to have opportunities to get professionally trained in the area of interest. Indigenous sports, yoga and NCC are encouraged in the school creating a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self sacrifice and health care.

C) Behavioral Aspect :
Discipline : Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character. Sincerity, good behaviour and values develop strength and foster unity and cooperation. Class Teachers, Class heads, Block Incharges, Kulacharyas will coordinate together with School discipline committee to grade the students on 5 points scale (A to E). Records for discipline assessment, co-scholastic aspect and scholastic aspects will be kept by the class teachers.


Subject IA 1 + IA 2 + IA 3 Type of Tool Tests
Science 3+3+3 (Lab activity / projects presentation / H.H.W.)
Maths 3+3+3 (Lab activity / projects presentation / H.H.W.)
S.St. 3+3+3 (Map skills / projects presentation / H.H.W.)
English 3+3+3 (ASL / G.D. / Public Speaking / H.H.W.)
Hindi 3+3+3 (Role Play / Public Speaking / G.D./ H.H.W.)

SEA tool activities total 3 including H.H.W. per subject per trimester will also be included for assessment. Each SEA assessment is valued for 5 marks to make 15 marks in each trimester. Overall MA,PT,NBM & SEA performance is valued for 5% each in Term- I & Term II.