Exam Schedule

Admit Card

Grading System

Internal Assessment

Competitive Exams






Online Exams

CBSE Exams

Examination Schedule

13-05-2024 to 18-05-2024
22-07-2024 to 27-07-2024
07-09-2024 to 21-09-2024
09-12-2024 to 14-12-2024
27-01-2025 to 01-02-2025
01-03-2025 to 22-03-2025
02-12-2024 to 13-12-2024
06-01-2025 to 18-01-2025

Admit Card

Identification and Examination Details

Contains student's identity details and exam specifics like date, time, and venue.
Essential for verifying student identity and ensuring adherence to exam regulations.

Authority and Signature

Bears the signature of the Principal or authorized personnel, confirming validity.
Indicates official registration for exams and eligibility to participate.

Special Instructions and Accommodations

Includes any special arrangements or accommodations provided for students with specific needs.
Ensures equitable participation and support during examinations. 

Importance and Security Features

Emphasizes the significance of carrying the admit card to the exam center.
May feature security elements to prevent tampering or forgery.

Student Acknowledgment and Validity

Contains a section for student acknowledgment and signature, confirming receipt.
Indicates the date of issue and validity period for the admit card's usage.

3-Points Grading Scale

For Classes III-VIII(Co-Scholastic Domain)

Very good

5-Points Grading Scale

For Classes LKG-II(Scholastic & Co-Scholastic Domain)

Very good
D00- 34

5-Points Grading Scale

For Classes IX & X (Co-Scholastic Domain)

A81 - 100
B61 - 80
Very good
C41 - 60
D21 - 40
E00 - 10

8-Points Grading Scale

For Classes III-XII(Scholastic Domain)

A 1
91 - 100
A 2
81 - 90
B 1
71 - 80
Very good
B 2
61 - 70
C 1
51 - 60
Above Average
C 2
41 - 50
33 - 40
Below Average
NI* / Failed

Notes: NI* = Needs improvement

9-Points Grading Scale

91 - 100
81 - 90
71 - 80
08Very Good
61 - 70
51 - 60
06Above Average
41 - 50
31- 4004Below Average
D221-3003Very Poor
E (Failed)00-2002Failed


Internal Assessment

Purpose: Assignment tests are designed to assess students' understanding of specific topics or concepts covered in the curriculum, serving as a formative assessment tool to gauge progress.

Frequency: Conducted periodically throughout the academic year, assignment tests align with the completion of units or chapters, occurring weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.

Format: Pen Paper Tests conducted during the ZERO period, lasting 1 hour, comprising various question formats like multiple-choice, short-answer, essays, or problem-solving tasks.

Content Coverage: Assignment tests cover specific topics or chapters taught in class, with the syllabus provided by subject teachers.

Preparation: Students prepare by reviewing class notes, textbooks, and supplementary materials, maintaining a separate subject-wise notebook for answers.

Timing and Duration: Conducted during the ZERO period, lasting 1 hour, with exam dates provided in the school Almanac.

Assessment Criteria: Evaluated based on predetermined criteria including accuracy, completeness, clarity, and depth of understanding.

Feedback and Review: Teachers provide timely feedback and distribute corrected notebooks for review within 3-7 days of exam completion.

Integration with Grading: Scores contribute to overall grades, reflecting academic achievement, with appropriate weighting.

Impact on Normal Classes: After tests, normal classes resume, minimizing disruption to the ongoing curriculum.

Blueprint: The blueprint outlines the distribution of marks across different topics or units covered in the assignment test, providing students with an overview of the test structure.

Marks Distribution: Marks are allocated based on the blueprint, with weightage given to different sections or topics according to their significance in the curriculum.

Details of Syllabus: The syllabus details the specific topics, chapters, or units covered in the assignment test, providing students with a clear understanding of the material to be assessed.

Exam Schedule: The exam schedule includes dates and timings for assignment tests, communicated to students through the school Almanac or other designated channels, allowing students to plan and prepare accordingly. 

Purpose: Periodic tests assess students' comprehension and retention of the curriculum over a specific period, providing feedback on their learning progress.

Frequency: Periodic tests are conducted at regular intervals throughout the academic year, typically occurring quarterly or half-yearly, depending on the school's assessment policy.

Format: Periodic tests may consist of various question formats, including multiple-choice, short-answer, long-answer, and problem-solving questions.
The test format and structure are determined by subject teachers in alignment with the curriculum.

Content Coverage: Periodic tests cover a broad range of topics or chapters taught during the specified period, reflecting the curriculum's scope and sequence.

Preparation: Students prepare for periodic tests by revising class notes, textbooks, and supplementary materials, focusing on key concepts and problem-solving skills.

Timing and Duration: Periodic tests are typically conducted during regular class periods or as dedicated assessment sessions, with a duration appropriate to the test format and content coverage.

Assessment Criteria: Periodic tests are evaluated based on predetermined assessment criteria, including accuracy, clarity, depth of understanding, and application of knowledge.

Feedback and Review: Teachers provide timely feedback on students' performance in periodic tests, highlighting areas of strength and areas needing improvement.
Students are encouraged to review their test papers and seek clarification on any misconceptions or errors.

Integration with Grading: Periodic test scores contribute to students' overall grades, reflecting their academic achievement and progress in the subject.
The weighting of periodic tests may vary depending on their significance within the overall assessment framework.

Impact on Normal Classes: After periodic tests, normal classes resume, allowing students to continue with their regular academic schedule.
Periodic tests serve as a means to assess learning progress while minimizing disruption to the ongoing curriculum.

Blueprint: The blueprint outlines the distribution of marks across different topics or units covered in the periodic test, providing students with an overview of the test structure.

Marks Distribution: Marks are allocated based on the blueprint, with weightage given to different sections or topics according to their importance in the curriculum.

Details of Syllabus: The syllabus details the specific topics, chapters, or units covered in the periodic test, giving students a clear understanding of the material to be assessed.

Exam Schedule: The exam schedule includes dates and timings for periodic tests, communicated to students through the school calendar or other designated channels, allowing students to plan and prepare accordingly.

The Assessment of Listening and Speaking (ASL) Skills conducted for Internal Assessment in the school, encompassing all languages available:

The Assessment of Listening and Speaking (ASL) Skills evaluates students' proficiency in listening and speaking in all languages offered at the school.
It serves as an internal assessment component to assess students' communication skills and language fluency across various languages.

ASL assessments are conducted periodically throughout the academic year, aligning with the language curriculum for each language offered.
They may occur quarterly, semi-annually, or as determined by the school's assessment policy for each language.

The ASL assessment includes listening comprehension and speaking proficiency components for each language offered.
Listening comprehension tasks may involve listening to recorded passages, dialogues, or speeches in the target language, followed by comprehension questions.
Speaking proficiency tasks may include oral presentations, discussions, role-plays, or debates conducted in the target language.

Content Coverage:
ASL assessments cover a range of topics and themes relevant to the language curriculum for each language offered at the school.
Content is aligned with the learning objectives and proficiency standards set by the school or educational board for each language.

Students prepare for ASL assessments by practicing listening and speaking activities in the target language during class time and through self-study.
Teachers provide guidance, resources, and practice exercises to help students improve their listening and speaking skills in each language offered.

Timing and Duration:
ASL assessments are scheduled during regular class periods or as dedicated assessment sessions, with a duration appropriate to the tasks assigned and language proficiency levels.
The duration may vary depending on the complexity of the listening passages and speaking tasks in each language.

Assessment Criteria:
ASL assessments are evaluated based on predetermined assessment criteria specific to each language, including comprehension accuracy, pronunciation, fluency, vocabulary usage, grammar, and coherence in speaking.
Rubrics or scoring guidelines are utilized to ensure consistency and fairness in assessment across languages.

Feedback and Review:
Teachers provide constructive feedback to students on their ASL performance in each language, highlighting strengths and areas for improvement.
Students may have the opportunity to review their recorded speaking tasks and receive individualized feedback for further language development.

Integration with Grading:
ASL assessment scores contribute to students' overall grades in each language, reflecting their proficiency in listening and speaking skills.
The weighting of ASL assessments may vary for each language, depending on its significance within the overall assessment framework.

Impact on Normal Classes:
ASL assessments are integrated into the regular language curriculum for each language offered at the school, allowing students to develop and practice their language skills in a natural classroom environment.
They serve as a means to assess and reinforce learning while enhancing students' communication abilities across multiple languages.

Begin by introducing the purpose and objectives of the portfolio.
Clearly define what the portfolio will showcase, whether it's academic achievements, skills, projects, or professional experiences.

Selection of Contents:
Determine the content to include in the portfolio based on its intended audience and purpose.
Select samples of work that best demonstrate your abilities, accomplishments, and experiences relevant to the portfolio's focus.

Organize the contents of the portfolio in a logical and structured manner.
Use sections, tabs, or categories to group related materials together for easy navigation and comprehension.

Formatting and Presentation:
Choose a consistent and professional formatting style for the portfolio.
Use clear headings, subheadings, and labels to guide the reader through the contents.
Incorporate visuals, such as images, charts, or graphs, to enhance the presentation and illustrate key points.

Personalize the portfolio to reflect your unique personality, style, and brand.
Include a professional bio or introduction section that highlights your background, interests, and career goals.

Provide documentation and context for each item included in the portfolio.
Include descriptions, explanations, or reflections to give insight into the significance and relevance of each piece of work.

Quality Assurance:
Ensure that all materials included in the portfolio are of high quality and free of errors.
Review and revise content for accuracy, clarity, and coherence before finalizing the portfolio.

Digital Portfolio Considerations:
If creating a digital portfolio, choose a suitable platform or software for hosting and presenting the portfolio.
Optimize the digital portfolio for accessibility and compatibility across different devices and browsers.

Review and Feedback:
Seek feedback from peers, mentors, or advisors on the portfolio's content, organization, and presentation.
Incorporate constructive feedback to enhance the portfolio's effectiveness and impact.

Once the portfolio is complete and refined, finalize it for distribution or presentation.
Ensure that all necessary permissions are obtained for sharing or showcasing copyrighted materials included in the portfolio.

Regular Updates:
Commit to regularly updating the portfolio with new achievements, projects, or experiences to keep it current and relevant.
Review and revise the portfolio periodically to reflect growth and development over time.

Notebook maintenance in the school by students, reflecting the provided criteria with a maximum of 5-10 marks awarded:

Neatness and Cleanliness:
Handwriting is legible and consistent throughout the notebook.
Pages are free from smudges, erasures, stains, and tears.
Covers are well-maintained without creases or damages.

Notes are systematically arranged with clear headings and subheadings.
Indexing or pagination is provided for easy navigation and reference.

Content Coverage:
Comprehensive coverage of topics discussed in class or assigned readings.
Relevant examples, illustrations, or diagrams enhance understanding.

Information presented in the notes is accurate and aligned with the curriculum.
Transcriptions of class lectures or instructions are precise.

All assigned exercises, tasks, or assignments are completed as instructed.
No missing or omitted sections or topics within the notebook.

Content is aligned with the learning objectives and curriculum requirements.
Avoidance of irrelevant or extraneous information.

Incorporation of creative elements such as visual aids, diagrams, or color-coding.
Personalization through unique annotations or highlighting techniques.

Writing Style:
Handwriting demonstrates clarity, consistency, and appropriate font size.
Proper spacing between lines and paragraphs enhances readability.

Assignments and exercises are completed within specified deadlines.
Regular updates and revisions are made to keep notes current and relevant.

Teacher Feedback Incorporation:
Feedback provided by teachers is considered and implemented for improvement.
Efforts are demonstrated in addressing suggested changes or revisions.

Subject Enrichment maintenance in the school by students, reflecting the provided criteria with a maximum of 5-10 marks awarded:

Active Participation:
Demonstrates active participation in subject enrichment activities such as group discussions, debates, or seminars.
Engages in collaborative learning and contributes valuable insights during class discussions.

Quality of Projects:
Produces high-quality projects or assignments that demonstrate thorough research, creativity, and originality.
Projects are well-organized, clearly presented, and effectively communicate key concepts or findings.

Innovative Solutions :
Develops innovative solutions to academic challenges or real-world problems within the subject domain.
Demonstrates creativity and critical thinking in proposing alternative approaches or perspectives.

Research and Analysis:
Conducts independent research and analysis to deepen understanding of subject matter beyond the curriculum.
Uses credible sources, data, and evidence to support arguments or conclusions.

Application of Concepts:
Applies theoretical concepts learned in class to real-life situations or practical scenarios.
Demonstrates the ability to transfer knowledge and skills to new contexts or problem-solving tasks.

Reflection and Self-Assessment:
Engages in reflective practices to evaluate personal learning progress and identify areas for improvement.
Demonstrates self-awareness and a commitment to continuous growth and development.

Effective Communication:
Communicates ideas, arguments, or findings effectively through oral presentations, written reports, or multimedia formats.
Demonstrates clarity, coherence, and persuasiveness in conveying information to others.

Collaborative Learning:
Collaborates effectively with peers in group projects, discussions, or study sessions.
Shows respect for diverse perspectives, listens actively, and contributes constructively to group activities.

Teacher Feedback Incorporation:
Actively seeks feedback from teachers on subject enrichment activities and incorporates suggestions for improvement.
Demonstrates a willingness to learn from feedback and apply it to future endeavors.

Initiative and Leadership:
Takes initiative in organizing or leading subject enrichment initiatives, clubs, or events.
Exhibits leadership qualities such as delegation, problem-solving, and motivating others to excel.

Competitive Exams

Scholarship Exams:

National and regional scholarship exams assess students' academic performance and provide financial aid based on merit.
Examples include the National Talent Search Examination (NTSE), Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY), and various state-level scholarship exams.


Subject-specific Olympiads evaluate students' proficiency in subjects such as Mathematics, Science, English, and Computer Science.
Popular Olympiads include the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO), International Science Olympiad (ISO), and International English Olympiad (IEO).

Spell Bee Competitions:

Spelling competitions test students' spelling abilities and vocabulary knowledge.
Events like the Scripps National Spelling Bee and various regional spell bee competitions are commonly held in schools.

Debates and Elocution Contests:

Debates and elocution contests assess students' public speaking, argumentation, and persuasion skills.
Topics may cover a wide range of socio-political, scientific, or ethical issues.

Science and Engineering Fairs:

Science and engineering fairs allow students to showcase their innovative projects, experiments, and research findings.
Participants often compete at school, district, state, or national levels.

Mathematics Competitions:

Math competitions challenge students' problem-solving abilities and mathematical reasoning skills.
Events like MathCounts, American Mathematics Competitions (AMC), and International Mathematics Kangaroo Olympiad are popular choices.

Quiz Competitions:

Quiz competitions cover a broad range of topics, including general knowledge, current affairs, history, literature, and pop culture.
Events like the National Geographic Bee and Brain Bee are examples of quiz competitions.

Arts and Literary Competitions:

Arts and literary competitions assess students' creativity, writing skills, and artistic talents.
Categories may include poetry, essay writing, painting, drawing, storytelling, and drama.

Music and Dance Competitions:

Music and dance competitions provide platforms for students to showcase their musical and dance talents.
Events may include solo performances, group performances, and choreography competitions.

Sports Tournaments:

Sports tournaments promote physical fitness, teamwork, and sportsmanship among students.
Schools often organize inter-school or intra-school competitions in various sports disciplines.

Robotics Competitions:

Robotics competitions challenge students to design, build, and program robots to complete specific tasks or challenges.
Examples include FIRST Robotics Competition, VEX Robotics Competition, and RoboCup.


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For students getting 1st position in XII Board Examination.
(All streams) and X Board Examination.
For securing highest marks in each subject in class X & XII.
For those students getting 1st and 2nd position in every section in their
Annual Examination for Class XI.
04 Nos. for two Boys and two Girls form their respective levels
i.e. Classes VI to VIII and IX to XII.
School will award 1 st, 2nd and 3rd prizes for various I.H.C.s held in the school.
1st, 2nd and 3rd position holders in various sports events will be awarded Gold,
Silver and Bronze medals respectively.
07100% ATTENDANCE AWARDPrizes will be given for 100% attendance in the school.

Timely announcement of examination results ensures transparency and accountability in the evaluation process.
Results are communicated to students and parents through official channels such as school websites, notice boards, or online portals.
Provide detailed performance analysis and feedback to students to identify areas of improvement and celebrate achievements.

Comprehensive syllabus outlines learning objectives, topics, and subtopics covered in each subject for the academic year.
Updated syllabus ensures alignment with educational standards and promotes holistic learning and skill development.
Accessible to students and teachers through school websites, curriculum documents, or digital platforms for effective planning and preparation.

Participation in Olympiads such as Science, Mathematics, and English fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, and academic excellence among students.
Encourages students to go beyond the curriculum and explore challenging concepts through competitive exams and assessments.
School facilitates registration, preparation, and participation in Olympiads to nurture talent and promote a culture of academic rigor.

Promotion criteria outline the academic requirements and performance standards for students to progress to the next grade or level.
Consideration of factors such as exam results, attendance, and overall performance ensures fair and consistent promotion decisions.
Transparent communication of promotion guidelines to students, parents, and teachers promotes accountability and motivates students to strive for academic success.

Conducting exams online provides flexibility, convenience, and accessibility to students, especially during challenging circumstances such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Utilization of secure online platforms ensures integrity and fairness in exam administration and assessment.
Enables timely evaluation and feedback, reducing administrative burdens and enhancing the efficiency of the examination process.

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) exams adhere to national educational standards and assess students' proficiency in various subjects.
Preparation for CBSE exams involves rigorous study, practice, and revision to excel in both theoretical and practical components.
School provides necessary support, resources, and guidance to students for CBSE exam registration, preparation, and performance evaluation.

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