Keeping with the guidelines from the CBSE, the implementation of the Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation aims at holistic assessment of the student. This encourages the use of internal assessment to evaluate the learner’s growth and reduces the emphasis on external examinations. Hence the achievements of students in academic and non academic areas will be consistently recorded and reflected in the report book. As a result,
excellence in diverse areas will be recognized and rewarded. The academic work of every child will hereby be assessed though formative and summative assessments, the unit tests being a compulsory component of each formative assessment.
There will be two terms in all classes, the first term will be from April – September and the second term October – March of the subsequent year. Each term will have two formative and one summative assessment which will be indicated in grades.
Formative Assessments would include class work/ homework oral exercise, quizzes lifehack projects (Group / individual) assignments/ tests, experiment and conversation/ interviews.
The CCE envisages leaning in areas other than academic and ensures that every child acquires life skills, correct attitude and values, participate actively in co-curricular activities and is conscious and concerned about his / her health and physical fitness. The assessment of the co-scholastic areas will also find a place in the report book, this providing a holistic profile of the development over a span of learning time of every child.
The scheme of evaluation is proposed as follows
|Type of Assessment||Percentage Of FA/ SA In Academic Session||Month||Term-wise Weight age|
|Formative Assessment I||10%||April – May||FA I+II = 20%|
|Formative Assessment II||10%||July – August|
|Summative Assessment I||20%||September||SA – I = 20|
|Formative Assessment III||10%||October – November||FA III+IV = 20%|
|Formative Assessment IV||10%||January – February|
|Summative Assessment II||20%||March||SA – II = 20|
|Total Formative Test- FA I + FA II + FA III + FA IV = 40%|
|Summative Assessment- SA I + SA II = 60%|
|A*||Outstanding||90% – 100%|
|A||Excellent||75% – 89%|
|B||Very Good||56% – 75%|
|C||Good||35% – 55%|
|D||Scope for improvement||Below 35%|
|A1||90 and above||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|
|D1||33 – 40||4.0|
|E1||21 – 32||3.0|
|E2||00 – 20||2.0|
St. Joseph's Convent School is a Catholic (Christian) Minority. This School was founded by and is managed by the Sisters of Our Lady of Providence, a religious congregation founded in 1817 in France for the education of children and for the empowerment of the poor. It is an independent body with minority certificate under the jurisdiction of the Bishop of(Bareilly) Diocese, endeavoring to provide...Read More