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CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS – SUGGESTIVE MODE OF ASSESSMENT FOR CLASSES III – X

CCE COCURRIUCLAR ACTIVITEIS – SUGGESTIONS

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSESSMENT OF SCHOLASTIC AREAS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSESSMENT OF SCHOLASTIC AREAS

The KVS has introduced CCE from classes III to X from the academic session 2010-2011. A suggestive calendar of activities / programme for scholastic and co-scholastic areas has been prepared to provide guidelines for implementation. However, for class IX and X the CBSE pattern may be followed. The calendar of activities in respect of class II to V will be available shortly on the website. The proposed guidelines includes month wise split-up syllabus along with areas to be assessed under Formative and Summative Assessment. It has been prepared with an inherent flexibility providing freedom to the teachers to implement it with suitable amendments (modification/ wherever required without diluting the objectives of CCE. The term wise weightage would be as follows:

I Term II Term (April – September) (October – March) FA1 – 10% ( pen-paper test) FA3 – 10% ( pen-paper test) FA2 – 10% FA4 – 10% SA1 – 30% ( pen-paper test) SA2 – 30% ( pen-paper test) FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4 = 40% SA1 + SA2 = 60% Total = 100% Grade Marks

Range Grade Point

A1 93-100 10.0

A2 83-92 9.0

B1 73-82 8.0

B2 63-72 7.0

C1 53-62 6.0

C2 43-52 5.0

D1 33-42 4.0

D2 23-32 3.0

E 22 and below 2.0

CGPA = Total Grade Point / No of Subjects

Note: 1. Please use SUSHA AND BARAHA Hindi fonts for opening the documents of Hindi and Sanskrit. 2. The schedule for FA2 and FA4 may be decided at school level. 3. The progress report card may be printed as per CBSE format (IX-X) but separately for Class VI, VII & VIII.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSESSMENT OF CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSESSMENT OF CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS

 

  1. All Co-scholastic areas will be assessed term wise.
  2. The teachers will maintain student wise record along with relevant descriptive indicators before awarding the final  grade.
  3. The teachers will ensure and encourage  participation of each  child  in one activity or the other so that no child is left out from  participation from the activities  organized  at  the Class /  School or Inter school level.
  4. The teachers have to keenly observe the behaviour /skills/  competencies/ attitudes of the each child in the class on all  possible occasions.
  5. The class teachers should have a healthy interaction with the subject teachers as well as the  co-scholastic subject teachers before awarding the final  grades.
  6. Grades will be awarded on a 5 points scale

Co-Scholastic Areas

(Grading on 5 Point scale)

Grade Grade Points
A 4.1-5.0
B 3.1-4.0
C 2.1-3.0
D 1.1-2.0
E 0-1.0
  1. A School wise calendar of activities  showing the  Scholastic and Co- Scholastic –   CCA / Games and Sports and other programmes may be made in the beginning of the academic session and implemented effectively
  2. The Principals are to ensure personally that all activities of the KVS are conducted in a befitting manner – well planned and executed by involving all the teachers and the students.
  3. The teachers may be trained /guided, directed by the Principal/ Master Trainers for the effective implementation of CCE.
  4. The progress report card may be printed as per CBSE format (IX-X) but separately for Class VI, VII & VIII.

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CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS – SUGGESTIVE MODE OF ASSESSMENT FOR CLASSES III – X

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CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS  – SUGGESTIVE  MODE OF ASSESSMENT FOR CLASSES III – X

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