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Welcome to Radiant International School, Patna. School timing w.e.f. Wednesday, 10/07/2019 shall be from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. Buses will ply accordingly

Examination

Examination Norms and Criteria For Promotion

Class Nursery to UKG

The academic is divided in to two terms. No formal testing is done for these classes.

Evaluation is based on the day to day performance under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. The assessment may be done on the basis of written work done in the notebooks or worksheets and also through oral assessment based on discussion and interactions. The other activities are also assessed like visit to Computer Lab, Visit to Library etc. Report Cards are given twice a year in October and March.

Classes I to V

The entire year is divided in to four cycles. Each Cycle comprises of two activities in which four parameters are assessed. In English, Hindi and Sanskrit the four parameters which are assessed are Listening Skills, Reading Skills and Speaking skills.

    In Maths, the concept, Drills/Tables, Mental ability and Activity are the four parameters on which the student is assessed.

In EVS, the student is tested on Environmental Sensitivity, Activity, Group Discussion or Quiz and also the concept.

Each cycle culminates with a Long Test which is Pen Paper Test and prepares the student for facing the formal exam pattern.

The student is also exposed to the various Co-Scholastic activities wherein GK, Computer, Art & Craft, Music, Dance and Physical Education helps in development of the students hand and hear aspect. These psychomotor skills, physical development, life skills, attitudes, values interests and participation in the other Co-Scholastic activities are assessed on various Rubrics.

Classes VI to VIII

As per the CBSE revised assessment structure, the examination for the academic year 2018-19 for Class VI-VIII is.

1.     Entire year will be divided in to two terms of 100 marks each.

2.     For each term there will be written exam of 80 marks, one periodic written test of weightage 10. Marks will be awarded for Notebook and maintenance & submission and 5 marks for Subject Enrichment Activity.

3.     Notebook submission: Notebook Submission as a part of internal assessment is aimed at enhancing seriousness of students towards preparing notes for the topic being taught in the classroom as well as assignment. The parameters of assessment are:

a)     Regularity       b)   Assignment Completion      c) Neatness and Update of notebook

4.     Subject Enrichment: These are subject specific application activities aimed at enrichment of understanding and skill development. The activities for different subjects will be

Languages: Speaking and Listening Skills                        Science: Practical Lab Work

Maths: Math Lab Practical                       Social Science: Map Work and Project

 

5.     Winter exam of 80 marks for Term I will cover the syllabus completed till the announcement of dates for HalfYearly Exam.

6.     For Term II in class VI, the syllabus of entire second term +10% of syllabus of First Term will be assessed.

7.     For Term II in class VII, the syllabus of entire second term +20% of syllabus of First Term will be assessed.

8.     For Term II in class VIII, the syllabus of entire second term +30% of syllabus of First Term will be assessed.

9.     For holistic development of students co-scholastic areas (Work Education, Art Education, Health and physical Education) will be assessed on a 3-point scale.

10.  The Students will also be assed for the discipline which will be done term-wise on a 3 point grading scale.

Classes IX

The School will follow the pattern of assessment as in Class X. The same assessment model will be replicated as in Class X (the details are given under the Head of Assessment in Class X)

Classes X

Consequent upon the decision taken by the Governing Body of the Board the examination from Academic year 2019-20 would be conducted as per the remodeled assessment structure explained below.

1.     Periodic Tests: (05 marks)

Periodic Test will be conducted thrice in the entire academic year including the portion cumulatively. The weightage of the Periodic Test would be 05 marks. Average of best two test will be taken for final marks submission.

2.   Portfolio : (05 marks)

          The creation of portfolios is suggested to broaden the scope of learning and achieve diverse curriculum outcomes by examining a range of evidence of student performances being assessed.A portfolio is a purposeful collection of intentionally chosen student’s work representing a selection of performances that is assembled over time and describes the learner’s efforts, progress, growth and achievement in key areas learning outcomes. It is a tool for assessing a variety of skills not usually testable in a single setting of the traditional written paper and pencil tests. Assessment would include self and peer assessment among others. Its use is recommended as a support to the new instructional approaches that emphasize student’s role in constructing knowledge and understanding.

 3.      Subject Enrichment: (05 marks)

        These are subject specific application activities aimed at the enrichment of the

         understanding and skill development. The average of best two will be taken for final

         marks submission. The activities for different subject will be as follows:

Languages: Speaking and Listening Skills                         Maths: Math Lab Practical

Science: Practical Lab Work                                Social science: Maps work and project Work

        4.     Multiple Assessment :  (05 marks)

           Multiple assessment comprises observation, oral tests, individual or group work,

            Class discussion, field-work, concept maps, graphic organizers,visual representation

            etc.

 

5.   The 6th subject (FIT) will be assessed through both Theory and Practical Tests. Theory Test will be of 40 marks and Practical of 60 marks.

6.      Board examination will be of 80 marks covering the entire syllabus in which students need to secure atleast 33% (27 marks) to pass.

7.      Final Result will comprise marks of Board Examination - 80 marks and internal Assessment - 20 marks.

CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES:

School will promote co-curricular activities for the holistic development of the student. These activities will be graded on a 5-point grading scale (A-E) and will have no descriptivw indicators. No upscaling of grades will be done.

The activities will include:

i)                 Work Education   ii) Art education         iii) Health & Physical Education

DISCIPLINE (ATTENDANCE, SINCERITY, BEHAVIOUR, VALUES):

Discipline significantly career shaping and it helps build character. Sincerity, good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and co-operation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced. Class teacher will grade the student on a Five-point scale

(A to E).

 

CLASSES XI AND XII

Periodic Tests will be conducted at the end of each cycle. Each Periodic test will have the entire syllabus which has been covered till the time of the exam. In Class XII, there will be five tests and for Class XI there will be four Periodic Tests. The Pre Boards will be based on the entire year’s syllabus and will be as per the CBSE pattern which will be held in the months of Dec/Jan.

 

A.     AREA OF ASSESSMENT:

1.     School Assessment: Language (I &II), Mathematics, Sciences, Social Sciences, IT/Computer, G.K, Moral Education, Work Experience, Art & Craft, Physical & Health Education, Music and other additional/optional subjects (As applicable).

2.     Co-Scholastic Assessment: Life Skills; Attitude & Values, Literacy, Creative, scientific & Aesthetic Skills; Clubs; Games & Sports; Swimming; Gymnastics; Scouting & Guiding; Yoga, Gardening; Shramdaan; First Aid, Volunteer duties, Leadership Qualities & Other Virtues.

B.    BOARD EXAMINATIONS:

The Final Assessment/ Examinations of X and XII will be conducted by CBSE, Delhi in March, 2018.

C.    ATTENDANCE:

Class Attendance of 75% is a condition for appearing in the Annual Examination and Promotion.

 

·       Subjects to change as per the CBSE directives.