Curriculum and Course Offerings

Classes I to X (Assessment under CCE up to Class X)

Promotion is based on the continuous evaluation with grading process under the CCE pattern of CBSE in all subjects up to class X.

Since its inception, the School has been following the grading system for assessment of a student wherein students were given grades rather than marks and the overall performance of the student is calculated on the basis of his entire year’s performance and not only the year-end examination. The School now follows the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system of Assessment as laid down by the CBSE for Classes I to X.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) refers to a system of school-based evaluation of a student that covers all the aspects of a student’s development. The scheme attempts to cover both the scholastic and the co-scholastic aspects of the student’s growth and development.

Scholastic aspects include curricular areas of subject specific areas, whereas Co-Scholastic aspects include Life Skills, Co-Curricular Activities, Attitudes and Values, etc.

PART I: Academic Performance: Scholastic Areas

The students are assessed on subject specific areas which include:-

1. Language I – English
2. Language II – Hindi (For Classes I-VIII) & Hindi/Sanskrit (For Classes IX & X)
3. Language III – Sanskrit (only for Classes V-VIII)
4. Mathematics
5. Science / Environmental Science (EVS) (For Classes 1 &2)
6. Social Science
7. Foundation of Information Technology (FIT) as 6th subject

Each Academic Year is divided into two terms. The First Term will be from April-September and the Second Term from October-March of the subsequent year. Assessment will be both formative and Summative.

Formative Assessment is a tool used by the teacher to continuously monitor a student’s progress. It involves regular descriptive feedback, a chance for the student that reflects his performance, take advice and improve upon it. Formative Assessment is carried out during a course of instruction for providing continuous feedback to both the teachers and the learners. Various tools and techniques can be used to assess students formatively. It includes Class Tests, MCQ Tests, Unit Tests, Class work, Homework, Observations, Orals, Presentations, Projects, Assignments, Quizzes, Debates, Extempore, Speeches, etc.

Summative Assessment is carried out at the end of a course of learning. It measures or ‘sums-up’ how much a student has learned from the course. It is usually a graded test. It is marked according to a scale of set of grades. There will be two Summative Assessments, one each at the end of each term.

  • Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessments.
  • Assessments will be indicated in Grades.
  • The Grading Scale for the Scholastic Areas is a Nine Point Grading Scale.
Grade Mark Range Grade point
A1 91-100 10.0
A2 81-90 9.0
B1 71-80 8.0
B2 61-70 7.0
C1 51-60 6.0
C2 41-50 5.0
D 33-40 4.0
E1 21-32 3.0
E2 00-20 2.0
  • If any student fails to secure 25% marks in each subject of SA-1 and SA-2 is Eligible for Improvement Of Performance (EIOP) and 33%.
  • Minimum qualifying grade in all the subjects under the Scholastic Domain is D.
  • All assessments will be done in marks and the assessment will be given in grades.
  • TERM 1: FA 1 (10%) + FA 2(10%) + SA 1 (30%) = 50 %
    TERM 2: FA 3 (10 %) + FA 4 (10%) + SA 2 (30 %) = 50 %
  • Final Assessment:
  • Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1 (10%) +FA2 (10%) +FA3 (10%) +FA4 (10%) = 40%

    Summative Assessments (SA) = SA1 (30%) +SA2 (30%) = 60%

Apr-July July-Sep Sept Oct-Dec Dec-Feb March
10% 10% 30% 10% 10% 30%

Note: FA -4 is conducted only in Hindi / Sanskrit and for other subjects marks of PSA (Problem Solving Assessment) are considered.

PART II: Co-Scholastic Areas

The desirable behaviour related to a learner’s life skills, attitudes, interests, values, co-curricular activities and physical health are described as skills to be acquired in the co-scholastic domain.

Part II consists of Co-Scholastic Areas where students are assessed in four parts on a Five Point Grading Scale once in a term. Minimum qualifying grade in Co-Scholastic Domain is D.

Grade Grade Point
A 4.1-5.0
B 3.1-4.0
C 2.1-3.0
D 1.1-2.0
E 0-1.0
2 A- Life Skills 2 B- Work Education  2 C – Visual and      Performing Arts 2D- Attitudes & Values
1. Thinking Skills: Self Awareness, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Critical & Creative Thinking 2. Social Skills: Interpersonal Relationships, Effective Communication & Empathy 3. Emotional Skills: Managing Emotions & Dealing with Stress Computer Operation 1. Dance 2. Music (vocal, Instrumental) 3.Art & Craft 4. Drama Attitudes towards: 1. Teachers 2. Schoolmates 3. School Programmes & Environment 4. Value Systems    

PART III: Co-Curricular Activities

Part 3(A)

A student will be graded on two activities from these groups and will be assessed on their level of participation and achievement.

  1. Literary and Creative Skills
  2. Scientific Skills
  3. Organizational and Leadership Skills (Clubs)
  4. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills

Part 3(B) health and Physical Activities

Students will be assessed on the given two activities. The objective is to benefit from Physical activities to maximize health benefits. Teachers involved in various activities in school will assess them.

  1. Sports and Indigenous Sports (Kho-Kho etc.)
  2. NCC / NSS
  3. Scouting and Guiding
  4. Swimming
  5. Yoga
  6. First Aid
  7. Gardening and Shramdan
  8. Martial Art

These are to be assessed once a year over a period of observation by respective teachers.

NOTE:- Assessment under CCE is done strictly in accordance with the guidelines received from the CBSE time to time. The School may need to modify the scheme as per CBSE Guidelines.


Assessment for classes XI and XII will be done as per the CBSE directives.



Subject- 1 Subject-2 Subject-3 Subject-4 Subject-5 (Any One) Subject-6 (Additional)
English Core Physics Chemistry Maths Informatics Practices, Bio- Tech, Computer Science, Economics   Physical Education, Music, Painting


Subject- 1 Subject-2 Subject-3 Subject-4 Subject-5 (Any One) Subject-6 (Additional)
English Core Accountancy Business Studies Economics Maths, Informatics Practices, Multimedia & Web Designing, Entrepreneurship Physical Education, Music, Painting


Subject- 1 Subject-2 Subject-3 Subject-4 Subject-5 (Any One) Subject-6 (Additional)
English Core Accountancy Business Studies Economics Maths, Informatics Practices, Multimedia & Web Designing, Entrepreneurship Physical Education, Music, Painting

Class XI

To earn a clear promotion to the 2nd Year of the +2stage (Class XII) a student must secure 35% marks in each of the five subjects (one core language + four electives). In subjects where practical is involved, the rule of passing separately in theory and practical is applicable as per the norms of the CBSE.

Other Rules Governing Promotion: may be changed if needed.

  1. A student absenting himself from a test/examination is not re-tested/re-examined and loses the credits to the missed test/examination in the cumulative score.
  1. The weightage to different test/examination in the Senior School is given as follows:

Class Test/Unit Test                             :           20% Half Yearly Examination                     :           30% Annual Examination                            :           50%

  1. However, the aggregate percentage should not be less than 35%, but it is mandatory to secure at least 33% in a subject to be promoted in the annual examinations.
  2. A student whose attendance during the year is less than 75% may not be promoted to the next higher class as per the CBSE rules. The school does not entertain any plea for concession in the shortage of attendance or for the re-examination of a student who has failed to earn promotion to the next higher class.
  3. A student detained in any class is allowed to repeat the class for one year, but if he fails to earn clear promotion to the next higher class at the end of the repetition year, he is issued a transfer certificate.


  1. Students of class XII must pass in all the five subjects in their Qualifying Exams to become eligible for submission of forms for the Board Examination in the ensuing year.
  2. The students must qualify for the Exam on the basis of 75% attendance failing to which his eligibility for the Board Examination will stand cancelled under the CBSE by laws.