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Academic Calendar 2020-21  

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

  • For Classes L.K.G. to II: there is ‘No Home-Work, No Bag System’. The Academic Year is divided into three Semesters.
    • Assessment for I, II and III Semester are conducted in September, December and March respectively.
    • In Classes LKG to II, oral as well as written assignments are arranged.
  • In Classes III to VII: there are two semesters and exams. These exams are held in Sept. & March.
    • The details about Examination Schedule and Weightage are mentioned below.

Assessment Scheme (Classes: III to VIII):-

 

Subject

I Semester (MM: 100)

II Semester (MM: 100)

English, Hindi, Maths, Science, S.St., SKT.

20 Marks for Periodic Assessment + 80 Marks for I Term Exam Periodic Assessment (20):-

I Unit Test = 10        Notebook = 5 Subject Enrichment Activities = 5

I Term Exam (80) Total = 100

20 Marks for Periodic Assessment + 80 Marks for Annual Exam Periodic Assessment (20):-

II Unit Test = 10      Notebook = 5 Subject Enrichment Activities = 5

Annual Exam (80) Total = 100

Dharam Shiksha

I Term Exam (40 Marks)

Oral – 5 Marks, Note Book – 5 M

Total – 50 Marks

II Term Exam (40 Marks)

Oral – 5 Marks, Note Book – 5 M

Total – 50 Marks

Computer Practical

Total – 50 Marks

Total – 50 Marks

Drawing

Exam – 25 Marks

Sketch file + Drawing Book – 25 Marks  Total – 50 Marks

Exam – 25 Marks

Sketch file + Drawing Book – 25 Marks Total – 50 Marks

 

Note :

  • The overall annual comprehensive result will be declared by taking equal weightage of all the three terms.
  • The marks will then be converted into grades on the basis of five point grading scale as given under and the students getting A+ grade are awarded.

A+

90-100

A

75 - 89

B

56 - 74

C

35 - 55

D

Below 35

 

Note: The students placed in ‘D’ grade will be given only one chance to improve their performance to get minimum ‘C’ grade to pass.

Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas(Classes III-VII)

(School will award grades as per the following grading scale)

 

Marks Range

Grade

 

91—100

A1

 

81-90

A2

 

71-80

B1

 

61-70

B2

 

51-60

C1

 

41-50

C2

 

33-40

D

 

32 & below

E (Needs Improvement)

Note:

  • The students placed in ‘E’ grade will be given only one chance to improve their performance to get minimum ‘D’ grade to pass.
  • The Subject enrichment activities are aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These activities will be carried out throughout the term and will be evaluated at the term end.
  • Each Unit Test will be followed by two class tests of 10 marks and at least one assignment in each subject. They can be in the form of written test/assignments/oral test/dictation/quiz or any other form.
  • Every week entries for each student regarding notebook checking is to be made in the teacher’s diary with remarks C (Complete), IC (Incomplete) and ND (Not Done).

 

  1. Co-Scholastic Activities: For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities in the following areas will be carried out and will be graded term-wise on a 3-point grading scale (A=Outstanding, B=Very Good and C=Fair).
    • The aspect of regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork will be the generic criteria for grading in the following co-scholastic activities:
  1. Work Education - Work Education refers to skill-based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the community
  2. Art Education (Visual & Performing Art)
  3. Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)

 

 iii) Discipline: The students will also be assessed for the discipline which will be based on the factors like attendance, sincerity, behaviour, values, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others.

Grading on Discipline will be done term-wise on a 3-point grading scale: (A=Outstanding, B=Very Good and C=Fair) Principal

 

Classes L.K.G. TO VIII  

Exam Schedule

Classes L.K.G-II
I Term Exams:- Sep, 2020
II Term Exams:- Dec, 2020
III Term Exams:-March, 2021
Classes III-VIII
Half Yearly  Exams:- September, 2020
Final Exams:- March, 2021

SYLLABUS FOR VARIOUS EXAMS:​

UNIT TEST MAY 2020 (III – VIII) The Syllabus completed in April & May Month.
UNIT TEST JULY 2020 (III – VIII) The Syllabus completed in May & JULY Month.
I  SEMESTER EXAMS (September 2020 The Syllabus completed upto August Month.
UNIT TEST OCTOBER 2020 The Syllabus completed in Oct. 2020.
UNIT TEST DECEMBER 2020 The Syllabus completed in Dec. 2020
II SEMESTER EXAMS FEB./MARCH The Syllabus completed from Oct. to Feburary. 2021 (III-VIII)
ANNUAL EXAMS FEB./MARCH As per guidelines issued by DAVCAE, Delhi 2021 (VIII)

Unit Test Date sheet (III-VIII)

Unit Test – May, July, October, December

(UT-I) MAY

(UT-II) JULY

Term I Sept.

(III - VII)

(UT-III)

Oct.

(UT-IV)

Dec.

Term II March

(III –VII)

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

19.5.20

25.07.20

9.9.20

26.10.20

16.12.20

    2.3.21

Eng.

Maths

Eng.

Sci

Sci.

Maths

20.5.20

27.07.20

 

11.9.20

27.10.20

17.12.20

4.3.21

Hindi

EVS

S.St

Maths

S.St

Eng.

   21.5.20

28.07.20

 

14.9.20

28.10.20

18.12.20

6.3.21

Maths

Hindi

Hindi

Eng.

Maths

S.St

   22.5.20

29.07.20

16.9.20

29.10.20

19.12.20

8.3.21

EVS

S.St

Skt/

Punjabi

Skt/

Punjabi

 

Eng

 

Sci.

 

  23.5.20

30.08.20

18.9.20

30.10.20

21.12.20

10.3.21

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Maths

Hindi

Skt/

Punjabi

 

 

Hindi

  25.5.20

01.08.20

21.9.20

31.10.20

22.12.20

12.3.21

S.St

Eng.

Sci.

S.St

Hindi

 

Skt/

Punjabi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:- The schedule of examination of VIII class will according to D.A.V. Headquarter.

  1. PRE-BOARD EXAMINATION FOR CLASS – VIII :        07th to 21st December 2020 Grade- III-VIII

 

  1. a) In Grades III-VIII the entire academic year will have four unit exam and two term examination at the end of the each semester.
    1. Each unit test for every subject will be of 20 marks.
    2. The term exam for each subject will have a weight-age of 80 marks.
  2. 20 marks are allotted for internal assessment. The weight-age of internal assessment is further divided as given below:
  1. 10 marks for Unit test.
  2. 5    marks    for    subject    enrichment,   such    as    multiplication   tables    in      Mathematics, reading/recitation with proper intonation in languages etc.
  3. 5 marks for neatness and proper maintenance of notebooks/project reports etc.
  1. The final result of Grades-III-VII will be prepared as follows:

10% of all unit test + 10% internal assessment + 80% term exams i.e. (10+10+20+60=100)

 

Please note while preparing the final result the weight-age will be as follows:

10%  of  all  unit  test  +  10%  internal  assessment  +  20%  half  yearly  +  60%  final  exam  i.e. (10+10+20+60=100).

(Please  note:  As  per  CBSE  circular  final  exam  must  include  10% of  term-I  syllabus. Schools  are free   to   decide   the   chapters   from   term-I   syllabus   which   they   wish   to   consider   for   final examination.)

 

For Grade III- VII refer to the table given below:

 

Exam

Max. Marks of Question

Paper for all subjects

Unit-I

20 Marks

Unit-II

20 Marks

Half Yearly

80 Marks

Unit-III

20 Marks

Unit-IV

20 Marks

Final

80 Marks