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» Results of the academic year 2013 - 2014

» Important note for those seeking admission


» Guidelines for the new Montessori Admissions

» Guidelines for the new Kindergarten Admissions

» CIRCULAR FOR UNIFORM AND SHOES

» Entrepreneurship Programme



August 2013

  • Napsonic: Science & Soc. Science Departments

September 2013

  • Annual Day III, IV, V

October 2013

  • Annual Sports – IX, X, XI, XII

November 2013

  • Mega Quiz - I, II

December 2013

  • Spectrum - VI, VII, VIII

January 2014

  • Show & Tell – I, II
  • MegaQuiz –IX
  • Graduation Day- XII

February 2014

  • Mega Quiz (class VI –VIII)
  • Mega Quiz( class III- V)
  • Annual Day – K G
 

 
 
ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION


In the Kindergarten, evaluation is done on a day-to-day basis by way of worksheets based on the syllabus taught. The overall performance of the child is judged by the end-of-the-year tabulation of these evaluations.

Grades 1 to 4 are exposed to monthly reviews. This assessment is based on small portions covered during the course of the month and give a comprehensive picture of the child’s grasping and retention of the curriculum. The end of the year evaluation of these monthly reviews helps in judging the overall performance of the child and his/her ability to meet the requisites for the next grade.

From Grade 6, the school follows the semester system. The year is divided into two terms each comprising of two unit tests and one semester examination. Continuous evaluation is done in the areas of theory, practicals, projects and viva. Grades are awarded on a nine-point scale. Continuous evaluation in languages is done in the parameters of comprehension, oratory and recitation skills, classroom involvement. Ability to work in a group, leadership qualities are other areas of evaluation.

For Grade X and Grade XII students, examinations are held like a continuous rehearsal to ensure a certain level of perfection. These repeated examinations prepare the students to face the CBSE Board Exams with ease.

The Central Board of Secondary Education does not follow a ranking system. It awards merit certificates to students who secure a numerical score that lies within the top 0.1% of the total number of students who appear for the AISSE and the AISSCE examinations.

  
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