Pre School

“Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on them makes an impression.”- Dr. Hiam Ginnot

Kindergarten assessment process is an organized way to learn what children know and are able to do, including their disposition towards learning. An assessment process is carried out in ways that bring benefits to children by supporting children’s self-confidence and learning. We do not believe in formal examination for nursery and K.G. We, at Paramount pride ourselves in developing the all round personality & talent of each child through observation, activities and assignments.

Pre School children want to touch, taste, smell, hear and test things for themselves. Physical, Social, Emotional and Intellectual development of the child is very important and done through various activities like Clay Moulding, Paper tearing and pasting, Hand Printing, Fancy Dress, Colour Days, Collage making, Kitchenette activities, Story Dramatization, Show and Tell and many more.

Our endeavour is to enable the child to read, speak & write with understanding. We believe in imparting quality education that goes beyond textbook teaching & develops critical thinking. Personal attention is given to each child which fosters positive attitude among students. Promotion is granted to the child on the basis of his overall yearly progress.

Class I And II

The child is assessed through a system of continuous and comprehensive evaluation consisting of 4 unit tests (2 in each term) and other class tests (both oral and written).

The students are evaluated internally on quarterly basis to note their areas of achievement and to work on their weak areas for further improvement

Classes III To VIII
Evaluation scheme for classes III to VIII as per C.B.S.E. Guidelines which is following:

The whole session is been divide into 2 Terms. Marks allocation for Term I and Term II are following:-

 

SCHOLASTIC AREAS TERM-1 (100 MARKS)
SUBJECT NAME PER TEST (10) NOTE BOOK (5) SUBJECT ENRICHMENT (5) MID TERM EXAM (80) MARKS OBTAINED (100) GRADE
Language-1            
Language-2            
Language-3            
Mathematics            
Science            
Social Science            
Any Other Subject            
SCHOLASTIC AREAS TERM-2 (100 MARKS)
SUBJECT NAME PER TEST (10) NOTE BOOK (5) SUBJECT ENRICHMENT (5) YEARLY EXAM (80) MARKS OBTAINED (100) GRADE
Language-1            
Language-2            
Language-3            
Mathematics            
Science            
Social Science            
Any Other Subject            

 

 

CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS TEAM-1 [On a 03 Point (A-C) GRADING SCALE] GRADE CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS TEAM-2 [On a 03 Point (A-C) GRADING SCALE] GRADE
Work Education (or Pre-Vocational Education)   Work Education (or Pre-Vocational Education)  
Art Education   Art Education  
Health And Physical Education   Health And Physical Education  
DESCIPLINE TEAM-1 [On 03 Point (A-E) GRADING SCALE]   DISCIPLINE TEAM-1 [On 03 Point (A-E) GRADING SCALE]  

 

Grading scale for scholastic areas: Grades are awarded on an  8-Point grading scale as follows

 

MARKS RANGE GRADE
91 - 100 A1
81 - 90 A2
71 - 80 B1
61 - 70 B2
51 - 60 C1
41 - 50 C2
33 - 40 D
30 & Nelow E (Need Improvement)
Secondary (IX & X)

Evaluation Scheme for class IX and X

 

SCHOLASTIC AREAS ACADEMIC YEAR (100 MARKS)
SUBJECT NAME PERIODIC TEST (10) NOTE BOOK (5) SUBJECT ENRICHMENT (5) ANNUAL EXAMINATION (80) MARKS OBTAINED (100) GRADE
Language-1            
Language-2            
Subject-1            
Subject-2            
Subject-3            
Additional or NSQF Sub.            

 

CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS [On 05 Point (A-E) GRADING SCALE] GRADE
Work Education (or Pre-Vocational Education)  
Art Education  
Health And Physical Education  
DESCIPLINE [On 05 Point (A-E) GRADING SCALE]  

 

Grading scale for scholastic areas: Grades are awarded on a 8-Point grading scale as follows

MARKS RANGE GRADE
91 - 100 A1
81 - 90 A2
71 - 80 B1
61 - 70 B2
51 - 60 C1
41 - 50 C2
33 - 40 D
30 & Nelow E (Failed)
Sr. Secondary( Class XI & XII)
At this level, curriculum as set by CBSE is strictly followed

Weightage Criteria for Promotion 

Class XI students are evaluated on the basis of Unit Tests, Mid Term Exam and Annual Exam

 

 

Term UT-1 Mid TermExamination UT-2 Annual Examination Total
Weightage 5%  40% 5%  50 % 100

 

SCHOLASTIC  
GRADE BAND GRADE
1st 1/8 of Student A1
2nd 1/8 of Student A2
3rd 1/8 of Student B1
4th 1/8 of Student B2
5th 1/8 of Student C1
6th 1/8 of Student C2
7th 1/8 of Student D1
8th 1/8 of Student D2
FAILED E

 

NON- SCHOLASTIC  
GRADE LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE
O Outstanding
A Excellent
B Good
C Average
D Need Improvement

 

 

PROMOTION POLICY
1. For a regular course of study, a student should have atleast 80% of attendance.
2. The student must pass separately in theory and practical exam for promotion to class XII.
3. A student should secure at least 40% marks in total in theory as well as practicals for promotion to class XII.
4. XII class examinations would be conducted as per the CBSE norms during the month of March every year.

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