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CCE

 

CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

PRIMARY CLASSES

A.        FOR CLASSES I & II :

1.         There is no formal examination for Classes I & II. The teacher will evaluate the students through continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE). The testing can be done simultaneously while teaching or separately. Most of the time the student will not be aware that they are being tested.

2.         There will be minimum 8 cycles of CCE.

3.         One cycle of CCE means that all the students of the class are tested in all the competencies.

4.         They should obtain at least ‘C’ grade. If a child gets ‘D’ grade in some competencies, the teacher should repeat the cycle.

5.         It is therefore recommended that tentatively 10 cycles of CCE should be planned in advance, so as to ensure that at least 8 cycles are completed by all the students securing at least Grade C in all the competencies by March.

 

B.        THE FOLLOWING SCHEME IS FOLLOWED FOR CLASSES III, IV & V:

The CCE in classes III, IV & V shall spread over two terms during one academic session.

  1. First Term includes Formative Assessment 1 (Pen Paper Test), Formative Assessment 2 and Summative Assessment 1 (Pen Paper Test). The duration of the First Term is from 1st April to 30th September in an academic session.
  2. Second Term includes Formative Assessment 3 (Pen Paper Test), Formative Assessment 4 and Summative Assessment 2 (Pen Paper Test). The duration of the Second Term is from 1st October to 31st March in an academic Session.

THE WEIGHTAGE OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA) AND SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (SA) SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: (FOR CLASSES III TO X)

 

TERMS

TYPE OF ASSESSMENT

PERCENTAGE WEIGHTAGE IN ACADEMIC SESSION

TERM WISE WEIGHTAGE

TOTAL

FIRST TERM (APRIL – SEPTEMBER)

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1

10

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 + 2 = 20

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 40

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2

10

 

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1

30

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 = 30

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 + 2 = 30

SECOND TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 3

10

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 3 + 4 = 20

TOTAL = 100

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 4

10

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2

30

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2 = 30

 

NOTE:

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Pen Paper Test subject wise will be part of the Formative Assessment 1 in the first term and Formative Assessment 3 in the second term. Formative Assessment 1 & 3 in the form of Pen Paper Test will be held by the last week of July and the second week of January in each academic session. The marks secured by children out of 40 in the FA 1 & FA 3 will be finally reduced to 10 respectively. The duration of Formative Assessment 2 will be from the first week of April to the last week of August & Formative Assessment 4 from the first week of October to the last week of February.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Summative Assessment 1 will be held in the 2nd week of September & Summative Assessment 2 in the 2nd week of March in each academic session. The marks secured by children out of 60 in SA 1 & SA 2 will be finally reduced to 30 respectively.

The suggested scheme of Formative Assessment 2 & 4 subject wise from classes III to V may be followed as given below:

LANGUAGES (HINDI & ENGLISH)

APRIL – MAY

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Listening Comprehension, Conversations / Dialogues or Prepared Speeches on given topics, Oral Quizzes etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Reading Comprehension, Story Development, Story Telling, Creative Writing, Group Project etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Listening Comprehension, Presentations Involving Conversation with peers & the teacher, Oral Quizzes etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Creative Writing, Role Play & Dramatization, Group Project etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Listening comprehension & Conversations / Dialogues or prepared speeches will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

MATHEMATICS

APRIL – MAY

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Data Handling & Analysis, Oral Quizzes etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Group Project (Problem Solving), Puzzles, Maths Lab Activities etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Problem Solving, Estimation, Mapping Your Way, Field Activities & Reporting etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Group Project (Problem Solving), Estimation, Oral Quizzes, Maths Lab Activities etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Project & Maths Lab Activities will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

EVS

APRIL – MAY

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Reading with a purpose (making notes), Role Play & Dramatization, Oral Quizzes etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Presentations on Current Topics, Group Projects (Investigatory / Experimental), Survey, MCQ’s etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Charts, Models, Map Reading, Group Discussion, Class Response etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Source – Based Analysis, MCQ, Field Trips & Reports, Group Projects (Investigatory / Experimental) etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Projects & MCQ will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

GRADING SYSTEM (A FIVE – POINT SCALE)

MARKS RANGE

GRADE

GRADE POINT

90 – 100

A+      OUTSTANDING

5

75 – 89

A        EXCELLENT

4

56 – 74

B        VERY GOOD

3

35 – 55

C        GOOD

2

00 - 34

D        SCOPE FOR IMPROVEMENT

1


UPPER PRIMARY CLASSES (VI TO VIII) & SECONDARY CLASSES (IX & X)

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Within the class & school time only each subject must have only one Pen – Paper Test under formative assessment. The other mode of assessment must be a part of classroom interactive activities. Pen – Paper Test & Formative Assessment 3 in the second terms. Formative Assessment 1 & 3 in the form of Pen – Paper Test is likely to be held in the last week of July & the second week of January in each academic session. The marks secured by children out of 40 in the FA 1 & FA3 will be finally reduced to 10 respectively.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Summative Assessment 1 is likely to be held in the 2nd week of September & Summative Assessment 2 in the 2nd week of March in each academic session. The marks secured by children out of 60 in SA 1 & SA 2 will be finally reduced to 30 respectively:

LANGUAGES (HINDI, ENGLISH & SANSKRIT)

APRIL – MAY

Listening Comprehension, Conversations / Dialogues or Prepared Speeches on given topics related to lessons, Written assignments (Short/long Question-Answer, Creative Writing etc.), Oral Quizzes, Pair Work / Group Work etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Reading Comprehension, Written assignments (Short / Long question answers, Reports, Newspaper Articles, Diary Entries, Poetry etc), Research Projects in groups (information gathering, deductive reasoning, analysis, synthesis & inference) & Presentations, Group Discussion etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Listening Comprehension, Presentations using a variety of forms including the use of Information Technology (IT) involving conversation with peers & the teachers, Oral Quiz, Written assignments (Short / Long question answers, Creative writing), Group Discussion etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Reading Comprehension, Written assignments (Short / Long question answers, Reports, Newspaper Articles, Diary Entries, Poetry etc), Investigative Projects in groups (information gathering, deductive reasoning, analysis, synthesis & inference) & Presentations, Peer Assessment etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Listening comprehension & Conversations / Dialogues or prepared speeches will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally, the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

MATHEMATICS

APRIL – MAY

Multiple Choice Question (MCQ), Maths Lab Activities, Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Peer Assessment etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Dtata Handling & Analysis, Investigative Projects in groups & Presentations, Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Maths Lab Activities, Problem Solving etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Models including Origami, Research Projects & Presentations, Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Maths Lab Activities etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Field Activities & Reporting, Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Presentations using a variety of forms including the use of Information Technology (IT), MCQ etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Project & Maths Lab Activities will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

SCIENCE

APRIL – MAY

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), MCQ, Planning or Designing Experiments to collect Data or to Investigate Properties, Law, Phenomenon etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Science Quiz Seminar, Peer Assessment, Class Response etc., Field tour & Reporting, Model making, etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Presentation including the use of Information Technology (IT), Experimental work involving one or more of setting experiments, making observations, handling data, making deduction, working safely etc., Science Quiz, Peer Assessment etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Written assignments (Classwork & Homework), Research work which could be investigative or information gathering & deducing, Symposium, Class Response, MCQ etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Projects (based on experiment, investigative, research etc) & MCQ will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE

 

APRIL – MAY

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Comparison & Contrast, Open book tests, Group Discussion, Secondary Sources etc.

JULY – AUGUST

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Projects in Group (investigative, informative, deductive & analytical), Source based Analysis, Survey & Reporting, Presentation including the use of Information Technology (IT) etc.

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Models & Charts, Secondary Sources etc., Research, Field  trip & Reporting, Commentaries (collection of series of continuous comments on an event) etc.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

Written assignments – Short / Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Projects (investigative, informative, deductive & analytical), Group Discussion, Open book tests, Presentation including the use of Information Technology (IT) etc.

Note:   Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Projects (based on experiment, investigative, research etc) & Presentations will be common under the scheme of FA 2 & FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 & FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

 

GRADING SCALE

 

Assessment of Scholastic attainments Part 1 will be reported twice in a year in one academic session.

The nine – point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievements is given below:

GRADS

MARKS RANGE

GRADE POINT

A 1

91 – 100

10.0

A 2

81 – 90

9.0

B 1

71 – 80

8.0

B 2

61 – 70

7.0

C 1

51 – 60

6.0

C 2

41 – 50

5.0

D

33 – 40

4.0

E 1

21 – 32

3.0

E 2

00 – 20

20

 

Minimum qualifying grade in all the subjects under Scholastic Domain is D.

 

Note:   All assessment with regard to the academic status of the students shall be done in marks & the assessment will be given in grades. Co – Scholastic attainments will be done on a 5 – point Scale (Classes VI to X) & a 3 – point Scale (Classes IX & X) as shown in the table below. It will be done once in an academic session.

 

CLASS VI TO VIII CO – SCHOLASTIC AREA & ACTIVITIES

 

GRADE

GRADE POINTS

A

4.1 – 5.0

B

3.1 – 4.0

C

2.1 – 3.0

D

1.1 – 2.0

E

0.0 – 1.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLASSES (IX & X) SCHOLASTIC AREA PART – 1 (B)

CO – SCHOLASTIC AREA PART – 2 (A)

 

GRADE

INDICATORS

GRADE POINTS

A+

Most Indicators

5

A

Many Indicators

4

B+

Some Indicators

3

B

A few Indicators

2

C

Few Indicators

1

 

CLASSES (IX & X) PART – 2 (B) CO – SCHOLASTIC AREA PART– 2 (B) ACTIVITIES PART – 3 (A)

 

GRADE

INDICATORS

GRADE POINTS

A+

Most Indicators

3

A

Many Indicators

2

B

Some Indicators

1

 

MINIMUM QUALIFYING GRADE IN CO – SCHOLASTIC DOMAIN IS D.

 

PROMOTION RULES FOR CLASSES I TO VIII

 

As per the direction of RTE, no child will be detained till Class VIII.

 

CLASS IX & X

  1. Every student is required to get a qualifying grade D or above in all the subjects excluding 6th additional subject as per scheme of study for the purpose of promotion to next class.
  2. A student getting E 1 or E 2 grade in scholastic areas in one or more subjects will have to improve his / her performance to obtain qualifying Grade D in these subjects.
  3. If a student of class IX fails to obtain qualifying grade D in one or more subjects, even after adding grade points from co – scholastic areas & after availing one improvement chance, he / she will be required to repeat the same class during next academic year.
  4. It is mandatory to appear in both Summative Assessment during the academic year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASSIGNING WEIGHTAGE TO CO – SCHOLASTIC AREAS FOR PROMOTION PURPOSE

 

The process of calculation of overall performance of the student based on the achievement in the Scholastic area as well as Co – Scholastic areas & Co – Scholastic activities in as under:

  1. Under scholastic area grades will be upgraded to the next higher grade in one or two subjects as per the total grade points achieved under Co – Scholastic areas & Co – Scholastic activities.
  2. 34 to 42     Grade in two subjects of scholastic area are upgraded.
  3. 19 to 33     Grade in one subject of scholastic area is upgraded.
  4. below 19   No up gradation of grades in the subjects of scholastic area.
  5. Up gradation is done from lower grade to higher grade.
  6. The upgraded scale will be shown with a star mark.

 

IMPROVEMENT CHANCE FOR CLASS IX

 

After summative assessment II in class IX, a student will get only one more option for improvement within a time of one month from the time of declaration of final result to obtain a qualifying grade D. This is also applicable to those students who are not able to appear in summative assessment due to sickness.

 

IMPROVEMENT CHANCE FOR CLASS X

 

After summative assessment II in class X, a student will have chance for improvement of their performance through subsequent five attempts.

 

CLASS XI

 

1.         The final assessment of the student for promotion will be based on his / her total achievement out of maximum of 100 marks in each subject as given under:

PROJECT WORK                              5 MARKS

ASSIGNMENT                                  5 MARKS

UNIT TEST (5 * 3)                             15 MARKS

HALF YEARLY EXAM                   25 MARKS

SESSION ENDING EXAM             50 MARKS

2.         In class XI, a student has to pass separately in theory & practical.

3.         (a)        Non Practical Subject:

A student will have to secure overall 33% to be promoted to the next higher class. Thus, each student shall need to obtain at least 33 marks out of 100 in Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation Session Examination taken together.

(b)       Practical Subject:

These have two components – Theory & Practical. Theory includes Unit Test (40 * 30 = 120). Half Yearly Examination & Session Ending Examination (70 marks each), Practical includes Assignment (30 + 30 + 40 = 100), Project (30 + 30 + 40 = 100), Practical in Half Yearly Examination & Session Ending Examination (30 marks each).

 

WEIGHTAGE IN THEORY

 

UNIT TEST                                        15

HALF YEARLY EXAM.                  20

SESSION ENDING EXAM.                        35

TOTAL                                              70

 

WEIGHTAGE IN PRACTICAL

 

ASSIGNMENT                                                          5

PROJECT                                                                   5

PRACTICAL IN HALF YEARLY EXAM.                        5

PRACTICAL IN SESSION ENDING EXAM.       15

TOTAL                                                                      30

 

SUPPLEMENTARY FOR CLASS XI

 

  1. If a student secured less than 33% in one or two subject, he / she will be eligible to take the Supplementary Examination in those subjects.
  2. If a student fails in theory only, he / she will take Supplementary Examination in theory alone & needs to secure 33% marks to be eligible for promotion to the next class in Supplementary Examination. Similarly, if a student falls in Practical alone, he / she will take Supplementary Examination in practical alone & needs to secure 33 % to be eligible for promotion to next class in Supplementary Examination.

 

Note:   1.         A student who fails twice in the same class shall not be admitted under any circumstance.

2.         There will be no awarding of comparative position / rank in section / class based on aggregate marks.

 

Concession of 25 marks in all subjects may be given to children who have participated in KVS National Meets or SGFI Meets in the same academic session. Maximum 10 marks may be given in a particular subject.