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Evaluation

ASSESSMENT SYSTEM AT ANANDALAYA
1 Assessment System at Anandalaya ( Jr. & Sr. KG)
  Based on concept teaching- learning
  Grades : 3-point Scale awarded as per the following specifications:
   
ExceedingA
Meeting B
ApproachingC
  Which will be ticked against the rubrics of different assessment parameters
  Term – 1 (April to October)
  Term – 2 (November to March)
2 Assessment System at Anandalaya (Classes I & II)
  Three periodic assessments:
  Assessment - 1 ( July )
  Assessment - 2 ( October )
  Assessment - 3 ( February )
  Retention Assessment {NBS and Worksheets } ( Fortnightly )
  Final Retention Assessment - FRS ( March )
  Based on course components devised by subject teachers .
  Grades : 4 - point scale awarded as per the following specifications:
   
ExceedingA81-100
Meeting B61-80
ApproachingC41-60
BeginningDLess than 41
  against the rubrics of different Scholastic subjects.
  The grades awarded against each rubric of every subject will be based on the assessment of components taught during a particular periodic tenure .
  The Final Progress Report will be prepared on the basis of consolidated performance of every student assessed in each Periodic Tenure. (PT-1-3, NBS-1-3, LA-1-3, RTs 1-3, FRA) in the month of March
  A two hours Final Retention Assessment will be conducted in the Month of March for Practice of writing Examinations in each subject (Scholastic) before the declaration of Promotion Progress Report. It will be of 30 Marks.
  Marks for Classes I & II
   
Particulars PT1LANBRATotal
Marks 20203050120
   
Particulars CAFRAPTsFRATotal
Marks 360309010100
3 Assessment System at Anandalaya (Classes III to V)
  Three periodic assessments:
  Assessment - 1 ( July )
  Assessment - 2 ( October )
  Assessment - 3 ( February )
  Retention Assessment ( March )
  Based on course components split-up prepared by subject teachers
  Grades : 5 - point scales awarded as per the following specifications:
   
A* OUTSTANDING 90% to 100%
A EXCELLENT 75% to 89%
BVERY GOOD 56% to 74%
CGOOD 35% to 55%
DSCOPE FOR IMPROVEMENT Below 35%
  against the rubrics of different Scholastic subjects.
  Notebook assessment in each periodic tenure will be done 6 times with a weightage of 15 marks .
  Learning Activities (LAs) and Subject Enrichment Activities (SEAs) will be conducted one each during each periodic tenure with a weightage of 20 and 15 marks respectively.
  Each periodic test will carry 25 marks.
  In the Month of March, a two hours Retention Assessment in each subject with a weightage of course components PT-1:20%, PT-2:20% & PT-3: 60% will be conducted and the Scores obtained in the Retention Assessment Will have 20% weightage in the final results . It will be for 50 marks.
  (i.e PT 1+ PT2 +PT-3 (80%) plus Retention Assessment (20%) = Final Result (100%)
  Final Result will be declared in the month of March based on the performances in Periodic Tests, Notebooks Submission and learning Activities assessed by every subject Teachers and the Retention Assessment.
3 Assessment System at Anandalaya (Classes VI to VIII)
  Classes VI to VIII will have 3 Periodic Tests ( July, October and January) ,
  Final Examination ( March ).
  Periodic Tests will be of 50 Marks each for English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science & Social Science.
  Test of 20 Marks each for Gujarati & Computer Science (October and March).
  Final Examination will be of 80 Marks each for English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science & Social Science in the month of March.
  The scores obtained in PTs (10%) ,the Notebook Submissions (05%)and Subject Enrichment Activities (05%) of each Tenure will have a Weightage of 20%.
  Notebook assessment in each periodic tenure will be done 8 times of 10 marks each.
  Minimum two Subject Enrichment Activities of 10 marks each must be conducted in each tenure
  Retention Assessment to be held in the month of March of 80 marks. ( Syllabus upto PT-1 (30 marks ) and syllabus covered for the conduct of PT-2 (30 marks) and 20 marks for the remaining syllabus
3 Assessment System at Anandalaya (Classes IX & X)
  Three Periodic Assessments with one Annual Examination
   
PT NBSEAAETotal
105580100
  Three periodic tests for 40, 60 and 80 Marks each in July, October and January respectively
  For Class IX - Annual Examination in March
  For Class X- Practice Test 0f 80 marks in January covering entire syllabus and QP pattern in agreement with Blue Print and Sample QP-2019 of CBSE.
3 Assessment System at Anandalaya (Classes XI & XII)
  For Class XI– Three periodic tests for 40 Marks each (in July, October and January )Annual Examination of 70/80 /100 Marks (February/March) and Practical Examination for 10 marks (October) and 30/20/00 Marks (February/March)
  Passing Criteria 33.33% in both i.e. Theory and Practical Examination held in March 2019.
  For Class XII- Two Periodic Tests , PT-1 of 40 Marks and PT-2 will be of 70/80 /100 Marks (March) and Practical Examination of 30/20/00 Marks (March)
  Passing Criteria 33.33% in both i.e. Theory and Practical Examination held in March 2019.
  For Class XII- Two Periodic Tests , PT-1 of 40 Marks and PT-2 will be of 70/80 /100 Marks (March) and Practical Examination of 30/20/00 Marks (March)
  Three Practice Tests – 1 and 2 for 50 marks each covering 50% of the syllabus of Board Examination 2019 and 3rd Test of 100 marks covering entire syllabus and QP pattern in agreement with Blue Print and Sample QP-2019 of CBSE.