CCE

 

Rules for Examination

                            CONTINUOUS  COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION(CCE)

nContinuous and Comprehensive evaluation refers to a system of school based assessment that covers all aspects of student’s development .
nIt emphasizes two fold objectives.
n Continuity in evaluation and assessment of                  

    broad based learning.

n Behavioral out come.

                   

                                    FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA)

    Will comprise of :

    •  Class work

    • Homework

    • Oral questions

    • Quizzes

    • Projects Assignments/Tests

                                    SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(SA)

Will be Term End Examination:

Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the board

Question papers to be prepared by schools as per the CBSE format and have to be only from the .Question Bank to be sent by CBSE   

Exam to be conducted by schools

Evaluation of Answer scripts will be done  within the school.

 Attendance

  1. A pupil will be eligible to appear in the Session Ending Examination if he/ she has completed 75% attendance.
  2. Leave to a student for absence is granted only on an application addressed to the Principal through Class Teacher submitted in time, duly attested by the Parents/Guardian.
  3. In case of illness, a Medical Certificate must be attached with the application. Long absence except in case of illness should be discouraged.
  4. The name of the student will be struck off from the rolls of the Vidyalaya if he/she is absent for more than a week continuously without sanction of leave.

 

First Term (April-Sept)     
Formative Assessment 1  10% Unit Test (Pen Paper Test) 
Formative Assessment 2  10% Project,Assignment, etc. 
    This will include testing items such as Assignments/Projects/Practical/Oral Testing/Interview/Quiz/Conversation etc. Weightage for various items included in this assessment test will be as under:
    1.Assignment  30%
    2.Projects,Practicals,Presentation,Tour Reports  30% (in case subjects involving practicals only practicals will be considered. 
      3.Oraltesting, 40%
Interview,Quiz,
Conversation
Public speaking 
    Total  100% reduced to 10% 
Summative Assessment 1  20% Half yearly examination –Pen Paper Test 
 

Second  Term (Oct-March)   
Formative Assessment 3  10% Unit Test (Pen Paper Test) 
Formative Assessment 4  10% This will include testing items such as Assignments/Projects/Practical/OralTesting/Interview/Quiz/Conversation etc. Weightage for various items included in this assessment test will be as under:
   
    1.Assignment  30%
    2.Projects,Practicals,Presentation,Tour Reports  30% (in case subjects involvingpracticals,only practicals will be considered. 
    3.Oraltesting, 40%
Inteview,Quiz,
Conversation
Public speaking 
    Total  100% reduced to 10% 
Summative assessment 2  40% Summative assessment  Test(Session ending Exam.)-Pen Paper Test 
 

There would be no failure or stagnation & all the students will be promoted to the next class automatically.

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Punctuality and Regularity

  1. Pupil should reach the Vidyalaya at least five minutes before the commencement of the prayer/assembly
  2. He should submit his assignment and projects to the teachers regularly and in time.
  3. He must not absent himself for the unit tests.
  4. He may apply for leave only when  it is absolutely essential. The leave letter must be submitted to the class teacher well in time. He should submit leave letter to the Principal if he seeks leave or absence for more than three days. A medical certificate must be furnished if the period of leave exceeds seven days in case of absence on medical grounds.
  5. The name of the pupil will be struck off from the rolls if a student absent himself for more than ten days without prior permission. Re-admission may be allowed with the consent of the principal, only if the seats are available.
  6. The pupils who put in 100% attendance will be given certificate.

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Work Experience (WE)

Work Experience is a series of organised and controlled activities which are socially useful and economically viable. They tend to bridge the gap between the classes and masses and promote integration between the world of work and the world of scientific and social knowledge and broaden aesthetic vision. Their outcome can be a product, a process, a service or an artistic creation.

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Scouting:

Scouting is an educational movement based on open air games. Scouts Guides learn by outing and play way methods which brings integral development in a child. they become good leaders as well as good followers and true citizens of the country. They ever remain physically fit, mentally awake and morally upright. They become self-reliant and face the challenges of life confidently with the motto of 'Be Prepared' and service to others. The total change of attitude that comes in the children makes the parents and country feel proud of them. The sustained activities of scouting movement is always an interesting and amusing project for students and a solution to parent's worries.

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Common Uniform

Boys Girls
Classes I - VIII  
White shirt with half sleeves and two pockets without flaps and ties collar (wearing of a tie is not recommended). Navy blue shorts with 2 pockets. White blouse with half Sleeves and "V" neck. Plaits and red ribbon. Navy blue skirt.
Classes IX - XII  
Shirts as above
Navy blue shorts with 3 pockets
OR
Navy blue shorts with 2 pockets
Navy blue turban for Sikhs.
Navy blue skirt and white blouse, navy blue kameez with half sleeves and 'V' neck. White pyjama OR Salwar and white dupatta.
All Classes  
Black shoes with laces and White socks without bands. Same as for Boys.
All Classes for P.T  
White P.T Shoes with white socks and White Shorts/pants with white shirt. White P.T Shoes with white socks and White blouses and skirt (divided).
Scouts & Cubs Bul-Buls
  1. Gray Shirts with shoulder-strap with two flap patch pockets
  2. Navy Blue Shorts/full (half pant)
  3. A blue baret cap/turban for Sikhs
  4. Web belt with Scout buckle. (Supplied by National Hqrs.)
  5. Scarf : Triangular (Isoceles) base 70 cm and 80 cm side with white border and woggle.
  6. Badge and shoulder badge supplied by National Association.
  7. Foot wear: Black shoes and black stockings
  1. Navy blue pinafore with half sleeves and two flap patch pockets.
  2. Leather belt supplied with buckle.
  3. Badge and shoulder badge.
  4. Scarf of isoceles Triangular base 70 ams and 80 cms with white border.
  5. Foot Wear: Black Shoes with white socks
  6. Blue half ribbon.

Guide:

White salwar kameez (with collar) with dark blue dupatta.

Camp Uniform:

Light sky blue salwar kameez and dark navy blue dupatta.

Note:

  1. Badges, shoulder badges, buckles and Woggles will be supplied by the National Association of Bharat Scouts and Guides on payment.
  2. Parents are requested to arrange dresses latest by First Week of August.