Exam Policy

KG I & KG II

KG students are observed on a daily basis and teachers carefully record their observations for feedback to the parents.
  • Monthly reports reflect the child's progress in each developmental area and work habits.
  • The term end reports reflect the benchmarks achieved by the child in each skill in a subject. It also shows the child's progress in co-curricular activities.

Grade I & II

The children are assessed continuously by multiple testing tools. Their day to day performance is monitored informally and recorded meticulously. Tests are conducted formally for 50 marks in common for the entire grade. Children are tested in one subject every week.
  • The monthly report reflects benchmarks achieved by the child in each topic taught in that particular subject and his work habits.
  • Term end reports exhibit the grades and GP (grade point) achieved by the child in each subject. It also reflects the child's progress in co-curricular activities.

Grade III ,IV & V

  • Child's day to day performance is monitored and assessed informally. Tests are conducted formally for 50 marks in common for the entire grade. Children are tested in one subject every week.
  • The child has to write two formal exams, half yearly and final, for 80 marks, which are conducted in the months of October and March.
  • The monthly reports give a detailed assessment of the child's progress in each subject and his work habits.
  • The term end report cards reflect the benchmarks achieved by the child in each skill in a subject. It also shows the child's progress in co- curricular activities.

GRADE VI & VII

As per the latest guidelines of CBSE, the students of grade 6 and 7 have to write two term exams.
TERM-1 (100 marks) (1st half of the session) 20 marks Periodic Assessment + 80 marks for Half Yearly Exam

Term Scholastic Areas Marks
Tearm 1 Periodic Test 10
Note Book 5
Sub. Enrichment 5
Half Yearly Exam 80
Term 2 Periodic Test 10
Note Book 5
Sub. Enrichment 5
Yearly Exam 80