DARBARI LAL DAV MODEL SCHOOL

ND Block Pitampura Delhi - 110034

Co Scholastic SUPW Activities  

 

Co-curricular and co-scholastic activities are an indispensable part of the school life. It helps a child to nourish and nurture her/his talent to the fullest.

CLASSES  II & III

•    Piccasso (Art & Craft)                            •    Skating

•    Melody Medley (Music)                         •     Mathematica (Math)

•    Lawn Tennis                                            •    Metamorphica  (Science)

•    Chess                                                       •    Expression

•    Table Tennis                                                   (Language/Dramatics)

 

CLASSES IV TO X

•    Electronics                                              •    Lawn Tennis

•    Robotics                                                  •    Table Tennis

•    German Language                                  •    Basket Ball

•    Piccasso (Art & Craft)                            •     Chess

•    Cook & Serve (VI onwards)                    •     Skating

•    Theatre                                                    •    Inquisitive G.K.

•    Mathematica                                •    Cyberite

•    Metamorphica                                         •    Finlit - Financial Literacy

•    Expressions                                             •    Neoteric Club (AI)

Performance - Measurement & Evaluation

Evaluation   is  the   most   important  part   of  studies,   infact   a   performance measurement scale  and  a  crucial  phase  in examination. It helps  students to develop the habit of regular, systematic and methodical work. It is an area of great importance for students, parents  and teachers,  and enables  to check if a given programme  is working successfully. It is an incentive  to hard  work and  has its

diagnostic value both for the teacher and the taught.

 

Examination Pattern

 

As per  CBSE, the  whole  evaluation system  has  been  restructured. It aims  at providing holistic education, which lays equal emphasis on all aspects  of a child's personality. Testing is to be done in scholastic and co-scholastic area. The system is spread  over entire  span  of an academic  session  and assessment is done  in the following manner.

 

CLASS XII

 

The examination pattern for class XII will have one Unit Test of 25 marks and four

Examinations of 100 marks each subject (inclusive of practicals. ).  This includes

Terminal, Half-Yearly, First Pre-Board and Second Pre-board  examinations before the final Board examination.

No student will be allowed to miss any examination/test without prior consent  of Class Teacher. Permission  will be granted  only for valid and genuine  reason  for absence.  Parents  will not be granted  permission  to take  their  ward home  after exam/test is over.They shall go home only when the school gets over.

The quality, accuracy, neatness, efficiency in the class assignments, class response, performance in oral and written tests, language skills, holiday home work, projects and attendance will be recorded to decide the marks for internal assessment.

Any fee-concession  or  scholarship   granted   is  liable   to   be   withdrawn   for misconduct,   irregularity,   less   attendance  or  failure   to   maintain   scholastic standards. 75%  attendance is  a  must  to  allow  a  student to  appear  in  Final Examination or continue to get fee concession/ scholarship.

 

CLASS XI

The examination pattern for Class XI will be spread  over the  whole  academic session  in the form of two unit tests  of 20 marks, terminal, half-yearly and final examination of 100 marks each subjects  (with practicals) and will have practical examination conducted for each examination.

Class XI - Subject Options

 

To get admission  in Class XI, students have the following options  of subjects  to select from. Selection of subject options will depend upon the percentage secured in School's assessment results of class X.

 

Stream

Subjects

Aggregate % & Minimum Score (in each of the three subjects)

1.  Science

(a)   Medical

 

English Core, Physics, Chemistry,

 

70% and above

 

Math/H. Sc./Vocal Music/Dance

Biology

(min. 56/80  in

English, Science

& Maths seperately)

(b)  Non-Medical

 

 

 

 

2.  Commerce

English Core, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Phython

70% and above (min. 56/80  in English, Science

& Maths seperately)

(a)   with Maths

English Core, Economics, Accountancy, B. Studies, Mathematics

60% and above (min. 48/80  in English, Maths &

 

 

 

                                                                                                      S.Studies separately

 

(b)  without  Maths (Vocational Stream)

English Core, Economics, Accountancy, B. Studies, *Web Application I

50% and above (min. 48/80  in English, S. St. & Hindi seperately)

3.  Humanities

a) English Core b) Pol. Sc./Eco.

c) Geography/History/Dance d) Psychology/Fine Art

e) Maths/Home Sc./Music

40% and above (min. 32/80  in English, S. St. & Hindi seperately)

* Students opting Commerce without  Maths have to study Web Application under

Vocational Stream

* Students opting Economics and Maths in Humanities must secure 60% and above in each subject.

Strengthening Assessment and Evaluation Practices of the Board

 

As per CBSE Circular No.Acad - 11/2019 dated March 6, 2019, in order to strengthen the School Based/Internal Assessment, a few changes  are being incorporated in the Assessment and Examination Practices for the year 2019-20 onwards.

Co-Scholastic Assessment

 

Co-Scholastic  activities  will be  designed  with  focus  on  inculcating  values  by integrating them  appropriately in various co-curricular  activies. These activities will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E). No upscaling of grades will be done.

Assessment will be done for the following activities. Work Education

Art Education

Health and Physical Education

Discipline (attendance, sincerity, behaviour)

 

Grading Scale for Assessment / Evaluation

Scholastic Area (III to X)

 

Marks

Grade

Marks

Grade

91-100

A1

41-50

C2

81-90

A2

33-40

D

71-80

B1

32 and below

E

61-70

B2

 

 

51-60

C1

 

 

 

 

Assessment Pattern

Classes III - IV (2022-23)

 

Periodic-1

Periodic-2

Periodic-3

Periodic-4

Periodic-5

Periodic-6

Annual

Total

(June)

(July)

(August)

(September)

(November)

(January)

(March)

 

 

10

 

10

 

10

 

40

 

10

 

50

 

50

 

180

 

 

 

Term-1

 

 

Term-2

 

 

Total

 

Notebook                                             5                                                             5                                                         10

Text Box: 51Subject Enrichment                                    5                                                             5                                                         10

 

GRAND TOTAL - 180 +10 + 10 = 200

 

 

Classes V - VIII

 

Periodic-1

Periodic-2

Periodic-3

Periodic-4

Periodic-5

Periodic-6

Annual

(June)

(July)

(August)

(September)

(November)

(January)

(March)

 

20

 

10

 

10

 

40

 

20

 

50

 

Total of Periodic-1 to Periodic-5 = 100                                                                         -                               80

10

 

 

 

Term-1

Term-2

 

Total

Notebook

5

5

Best from Term-1 & 2

10

Subject Enrichment

5

5

Average of Term-1&2

10

 

GRAND TOTAL - 80 (ANNUAL) + 10 (P1-P5) + 5 (NB) + 5 (SE) = 100

 

Assessment Plan

Text Box: 52Classes IX - X (2022-23)

 

APRIL (P-1)

JULY (P-2)

AUGUST (P-3)

Multiple Assessment

SEPTEMBER (Half Yearly)(P-4) Term 1

NOVEMBER (P-5)

JANUARY (P-6)

FEBRUARY-MARCH (Final Term)

 

20 Marks

 

10 Marks

 

10 Marks

 

40/80 Marks

 

10 Marks

 

40/80Marks

 

40/80 Marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Periodic (1+2+3+5) = 50 Marks (Reduced to 5)

= 5 Marks

 

Average of Peirodic (P-4 and P-6) (Reduced to 5)

= 5 Marks

Total = 20 Marks

Subject Enrichment

= 5 Marks

 

Note-Book (Portfolio)

= 5 Marks

 

* Subject to Change according to CBSE pattern.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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ND Block, Pitampura, Delhi-110034
Tel: 47568800 (ND Block)
27323350 (TP Block)
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